Towns & Villages...

A visit to Upper Clattsmore would be incomplete without a drive through the villages and hamlets surrounding Bredon Hill, the main villages are (clockwise...)

Eckington, Great Comberton, Little Comberton, Elmley Castle, Ashton under Hill, Beckford, Conderton, Overbury, Kemerton, Bredon.

These villages are full of charm and character, and many have excellent Pubs and Inns with good food.

A trip into the Cotswolds will let you visit some famous villages such as...

Chipping Campden, Broadway, Stanton, Bourton-on-the-Water, Snowshill, Bibury, Upper Slaughter, Lower Slaughter, Fairford, The Ampneys,

Heading west into Worcestershire and you will find a mixture of black and white, timber-framed, thatched cottages and red-brick cottages.

Broadway, Cotswolds

The beautiful and historic Cotswold village of Broadway is a memorable place to visit. Famous for shops, eating establishments and scenery...

3 Counties

Worcestershire is famous for its local Food and Drink Produce and it's not just the sauce! Pubs, Restaurants and Cafes serve local food and drink ensuring an authentic Worcestershire experience.

Avon, Bredon
The River Avon, Bredon

Bredon is a village southern edge of Worcestershire in England. It lies on the banks of the River Avon at the foot of Bredon Hill, "the beginning of the Cotswolds".

Pershore Market

Pershore is an unspoiled, picturesque Gerogian Market Town, famed for its magnificent Abbey, shops, market, cafes and restaurants.

Visit Cheltenham

Cheltenham is a great shopping & entertainment venue, this site tells you all...

Gloucester Cathedral

The cathedral city of the Cotswolds, Gloucester's roots stretch back to Roman times and boasts over 2,000 years of history. It is the country's most inland port.

Guest Quote...

"Such a perfect setting – fabulous views of the Malvern Hills. We took a lovely drive through the pretty villages around Bredon Hill. A beautiful area to take a holiday in."     Genevieve - France