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Welcome to Mercure Kidderminster Hotel

Address: Habberley Rd, Bewdley, Bewdley, DY12 1LA

Hotel Description

From the North: Take the M6 South, leave at Junction 8 to join onto the M5 South. Leave the M5 at Junction 3 and follow the signposts for Kidderminster A456. Follow the A456 until Kidderminster town ring road and you will see signs for Bewdley and Leominster. * Leaving Kidderminster, the Safari Park is on your left. After this you will see an island leading to Bewdley by-pass, take the second exit signposted Bewdley town centre (A456). 200 yards further on and opposite the fish shop, turn sharp right, signposted Wolverley (B4190). This is Habberley Road and the hotel is situated 400 yards along on your right hand side. From the South: Take the M40 to junction 16 which joins the M42 at junction 3A west to Bromsgrove (Birmingham South West). Continue past Junction 1 which joins the M5 North (Birmingham) at Junction 4A. Proceed on the M5 North until Junction 4. At the island, turn first left (Stourbridge) on the A491 which becomes a dual carriageway after the next island. Continue to the next island and take the first exit signposted Kidderminster at the A456. Follow the A456 until Kidderminster town ring road and you'll see the signs for Bewdley and Leominster. Please follow directions from * as above.

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West Midland Safari and Leisure Park - Bewdley - Zoo

West Midland Safari and Leisure Park - Bewdley - Zoo

Distance 0.43 miles (0.69 km)
Welcome to West Midlands Safari and Leisure Park. This is one of the Midlands top destinations. It is located in Worcestershire A456 through Kidderminster to Bewdley. The best access from Birmingham is via the Hagley Road and along the A456. This extensive Safari and Leisure Park covers an area of some 200 acres. It is targeted at family entertainment and visitors get the chance to drive through the Safari Park and then spend time at the Park's amusements. An armband is issued so that there is no individual queing necessary to pay for the rides. This is a good place to spend a day with the family although it can get very busy and crowded in peak season and at weekends. The park is closed during the winter months.

Wyre Forest Golf Club - Kidderminster - Golf

Wyre Forest Golf Club - Kidderminster - Golf

Distance 1.82 miles (2.91 km)
The Wyre Forest Golf Club is ideally situated within the Kidderminster, Stourport and Bewdley triangle and within easy reach from Worcester, Set in rolling countryside the 18 hole course has been built to standards expected by professional and club golfers alike with course features including a computerised irrigation system. The layout offers golfers of any ability a true test of their standard. To complement the course there is a purpose-built clubhouse incorporating a fully stocked pro shop as well as bar and catering facilities and changing rooms for both men and ladies.

Harvington Hall - Historical Houses

Harvington Hall - Historical Houses

Distance 5.03 miles (8.04 km)
The moated island was made about 1260 and parts of the Hall are medieval, but most of it was built by Humphrey Pakington about 1580. Many rooms have their orignal Elizabethan wallpaper. Humphrey Pakington was a catholic, the Hall contains the best surviving series of priest holes in the country. Four of them seem to be the work of the master-builder of hides, Nicholas Owen, who was arrested at Hindlip, near Worcester, in 1606 and tortured to death in The Tower of London. Nevertheless, Humphrey held a post in the household of Lord Chancellor Ellesmere and the family letters refer to politics, London fashions and rare plants acquired from the royal gardener Tradescant, as well as to coach mares, the bribing of juries, medical treatment and lamprey pies.