One of the great landscape gardens in England, the first major project undertaken by 18th-century landscape garden master Lancelot 'Capability' Brown. The garden was built from 1750 for the 6th Earl of Coventry and is sprinkled with classical buildings designed by James Wyatt, Robert Adam, and Brown himself. Brown designed the park to create perfect 'pictures' from the windows of Croome House. Brown's work at Croome set the style for the next several decades of English country house and garden design, and as such it must be regarded as one of the landmarks in country house history.
near High Green,
England, WR8 9DW
Spetchley is a 30-acre Victorian garden has been lovingly tended by successive generations of the Berkeley family (a branch of the same family that owns Berkeley Castle in Gloucestershire). Formal and informal meet and mingle in a happy exuberance of plant life, with views out over the Malvern Hills. Spetchley,
England, WR5 1RS
The Elms is an imposing Queen Anne Mansion, set in acres of parkland in the heart of Worcestershire. The hotel has been refurbished offering fantastic bedroom options for families, a state-of-the-art baby listening service, as well as the fantastic OFSTED registered Bears Den, providing everything you could need for a … more >>