This enchanting town features half-timbered Tudor architecture as well as Shakespeare related attractions such as the Royal Shakespeare and Swan Theatres, the Holy Trinity Church where the playwright was buried and Anne Hathaway’s cottage. We enjoy a sightseeing sail through the heart of town taking in the sights from the water.
A day in ancient Worcester where the skyline is dominated by the tower of the beautiful cathedral that houses royal tombs, medieval cloisters and an ancient crypt. Perhaps visit the fascinating thirteenth century Commandery or head to enchanting half-timbered Friar Street to browse the unique boutiques and explore the Tudor house.
No visit to Hereford would be complete without viewing the outstanding thirteenth century Mappa Mundi map inside the Gothic Grade I listed cathedral. The largest medieval map of the world in existence, it gives a remarkable insight into history. Maybe visit the famous Cider Museum or the black and white half timbered Old House on the High Street that dates from 1621