Hotels in Evesham, England

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Evesham, England, United Kingdom
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Top Rated Evesham hotels

Evesham Hotel
Coopers Lane, Evesham, United Kingdom
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0.4 mi from city centre, Evesham, ENG, United Kingdom 

Within a 20-minute walk from Evesham Railway Station, the hotel provides guests with an ideal base while in Evesham. It also offers a kids club, meeting rooms and an indoor pool.

Cheapest hotels in Evesham, England

Premier Inn Evesham
Evesham Country Park, A46 Trunk Road Twyford, Evesham, United Kingdom
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1.5 mi from city centre, Evesham, ENG, United Kingdom 

Premier Inn Evesham is situated in Evesham and is close to the area's well-known attractions. Guests can also make use of complimentary Wi-Fi.

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The Northwick Hotel
7.5 Good
Waterside Evesham WR11 1BT UK Waterside Evesham WR11 1BT UK, Evesham, United Kingdom
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0.3 mi from city centre, Evesham, ENG, United Kingdom 

The Northwick Hotel is a comfortable setting when in Evesham and is close to everything the area has to offer. It also offers meeting rooms, a kids club and an express check-in and check-out feature.

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Dumbleton Hall Hotel
8.3 Excellent
Dumbleton, Evesham, United Kingdom
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5.1 mi from city centre, Evesham, ENG, United Kingdom 

Dumbleton Hall Hotel provides elegant 3-star accommodation in Dumbleton. It also offers meeting rooms, a library and a safe.

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The Wood Norton
7.9 Good
Worcester Road, Evesham, United Kingdom
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2.4 mi from city centre, Evesham, ENG, United Kingdom 

Located in Evesham, The Wood Norton is an easy drive from Cotswolds and provides free private parking on site. Guests can also enjoy complimentary internet throughout the property.

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About Evesham

Established around an 8th-century abbey, Evesham is a charming market town that lies on a bend in the River Avon. It forms part of the Vale of Evesham, which has long been a hub for market gardening, and was the site of a major battle during the Second Barons’ War.

Things to do in Evesham

Occupying the 14th-century Evesham Abbey is the Almonry Museum, which has been detailing the history of the town since 1957. Learn about the Benedictine monk who once resided in the building and provided alms to the poor before the abbey was closed by Henry VIII during the Dissolution of the Monasteries. In addition to an exhibit about the Battle of Evesham, the museum features displays of traditional clothing and Anglo-Saxon burial treasures.

In the heart of Evesham is St. Lawrence’s Church, which was originally built by the monks of Evesham Abbey in the 12th century. It is renowned for its stunning stained glass windows depicting the last supper and resurrection, while it also features an intricately patterned vaulted ceiling in the Chapel of St. Clement.

Travelling with kids? Don’t miss a visit to All Things Wild, a family-friendly attraction where you can get up close to friendly farm animals, as well as lemurs, zebras and camels. Children will love the pedal go-karts and Jungle Mayhem soft play area, as well as the Dino Land Train that takes in life-like statues of prehistoric animals.

Getting around Evesham

Evesham is around 30 minutes’ drive from Worcester and an hour from the centre of Birmingham. Birmingham Airport is 45 minutes away and has flights to destinations across Europe, North Africa, the Middle East and Asia. Regular trains connect to the Evesham railway station and the town is compact enough to explore on foot.

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  • What are the best hotels in Evesham?

    Dumbleton Hall Hotel, rated with a score of 8.3 from 851 reviewers, is one of the most popular hotels in Evesham. Other top stays include The Northwick Hotel, with an average rating of 7.5 from 919 reviewers, and The Wood Norton, with a score of 7.9 from 921 reviewers.