River Severn

  • 18th Century Bridge

    18th Century Bridge

    Beautiful historic 18th century bridge spanning the River Severn in Worcester. It offers amazing views of the river as well as the nearby medieval cathedral. This Grade II listed landmark is a gorgeous location for filming and photography.

  • Post Office and General Stores

    Post Office and General Stores

    Post office and general store with tea rooms located in a lovely, peaceful little village that sits next to the River Severn. This charming red-brick building is situated on a quite country lane and it overlooks an outdoor seating area next to the river. A quintessentially English location for filming and photography.

  • Quirky Floating House

    Quirky Floating House

    Floating, ecologically sound house situated just off the edge of the river Severn. The property looks onto the river but from private water and it rises and falls with the river level (up to 5.5m). Described by the owners as looking like an art deco croissant, it is of a very unusual construction, designed in…

  • Stunning Arboretum and Gardens

    Stunning Arboretum and Gardens

    This stunning estate sits in a dedicated conservation area along the banks of the River Severn and is set on 1600 acres of land including rolling countryside, woods and forests, parkland, rivers and pools. The gardens, arboretum and parkland are listed Grade II in Historic England’s Register of Parks and Gardens. The grounds include ancient…

  • Stunning Cathedral With River Views

    Stunning Cathedral With River Views

    Set in a beautiful, historic city is this stunning cathedral dating back to 1084, with beautiful windows and architecture. It is a magnificent sight as it rises majestically above the River Severn, and is close to the city centre. Its attractions include King John’s tomb, Prince Arthur’s Chantry, St Wulfstan’s Norman Crypt, medieval cloisters, magnificent…

  • Cultural City

    Cultural City

    Worcester is a cultural city with a historic heart. The city has a fantastic programme of arts and cultural events with festivals of music, literature, heritage and a variety of other themes, including one dedicated to Worcesterandrsquo;s very own Sir Edward Elgar, as well as a colourful array of street markets. Amid the city centre…