Enjoy the Severn Valley from Astley Burf: For a tranquil rural retreat break, the small hamlet of Astley Burf should be ideal. Astley and Dunley Parish, along with Astley Burf on the banks of the River Severn, are ideal locations for seeing the lovely Worcestershire countryside and the attractions of the Severn Valley.
About Self-Catering Holidays in Astley burf
Although peaceful and tranquil, there is still plenty to see and do when enjoying a cottage holiday in Astley Burf, whether you are visiting for a romantic getaway or for a family holiday. Wine lovers are in for a treat at Astley Vineyards, a five-acre enterprise that produces award-winning wines. Visitors are welcome to taste and buy the produce. Visit Astley and you can see the historical church, St. Peter’s which enjoys a wonderful hilltop position with wonderful views. Parts of this sandstone church date back to the early 1100s.
Further afield you can discover some of the best of Worcestershire. Visiting nearby Stourport-on-Severn brings opportunities for shopping and other town amenities. Families can also enjoy river cruises, boat hire, go-karts, crazy golf, a paddling pool and other activities. Also fun for all the family, Treasure Island Amusement Centre contains more than 25 fairground rides, with something for all ages, including a Helter Skelter and Ferris Wheel. You can even experience a visit to the city of Worcester if you wish as this interesting city with its fine restaurants, shops and porcelain history is less than 10 miles away. All in all, you can be assured that although you can enjoy a quiet country holiday, you certainly shouldn’t be short of things to do nearby.
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Whether you choose to book a holiday cottage in Astley burf, an apartment, a lodge or another type of self-catering holiday accommodation, we hope you have your best holiday yet in Worcestershire.