Don’t be sad at the thought of waving off summer without ever having gotten away somewhere to enjoy it.
Instead, be excited about autumn’s arrival and get ready to watch the leaves turn at some of Worcestershire’s most beautiful spots.
Our holiday home parks benefit from their convenient locations near some of the prettiest places to see this time of year. So take a look at our five suggestions below, to see where in Worcestershire you should watch autumn arrive.
On the cusp of the Cotswolds
Though our parks aren’t located in the Cotswolds themselves, they are a gnat’s knee from the border, which makes for some very pretty backdrops and easy access to one of England’s most famous and beloved pockets. The rolling green hills lined with trees of every kind and colour will provide you with a picture postcard view of this new season.
One of our favourite Worcestershire spots, Bourton-on-the-Water (often described as the “Little Venice” of the Cotswolds) is the perfect place to go this autumn. The tree-lined riverbank is a prime spot for watching the leaves change colour, and the honey coloured cafes and shops are ideal for a day’s exploration, with a hot chocolate (or two) thrown in.
From the top of Broadway Tower (Malvern Hills)
Broadway Tower, which looks out over the Malvern Hills, is not only incredibly close to our parks but also offers a great day out. Walk to the top, explore the tower itself, or enjoy a latte in the little eatery up top. However you go about it; you’ll be able to see all the reds and greens and golds around, for counties upon counties. Click here to see our gorgeous range of luxury caravan holiday homes.
Along town and city streets
If you prefer to get a little culture fix, you might find yourself heading to the towns and cities that dot the Worcestershire, and nearby Warwickshire landscape. Small market towns steeped in history like Evesham and Stratford-Upon-Avon, as well as larger cities like Worcester and Warwick, are just as enjoyable at this time of year as anywhere out in the sticks. Tree-lined streets, small parks and a countryside backdrop all offer colour galore.
At Croome Park
Last but not least, you have one of Worcestershire’s gems; Croome Park. This park, with the historically significant and aesthetically stunning Croome Court at its centre, is a country home like no other. Breath-taking manicured gardens to enjoy, calm lakes to sit by, and endless paths and surrounding fields to explore, mean you have a naturally beautiful autumnal backdrop that also acts as the ultimate outdoor playground.
Now, these five spots are by no means the only picturesque locations to visit this autumn, but they are all a stone’s throw away from most of our parks. So venture out and take it all in with an autumn holiday, courtesy of allenscaravans.co.uk.