Home to the river Severn and the river Avon, explore the county of Worcestershire from one of our retirement homes.
Worcestershire is a West Midlands County rich in history and culture. Boarding Hertfordshire with the Malvern Hills and the northern edge meetings the Cotswolds.
Made up of bustling towns and villages, Worcestershire is an exciting and interesting place to live, and our retirement flats serve as the perfect base for you to explore this stunning county during your retirement.
The cathedral city of Worcester is one of the finest in the land, and many of the historic buildings and cityscapes of the medieval city remain today. Sitting astride the River Severn, it has great shopping and fine museums, and is the home of the famous Lea & Perrins sauce!
Things to do in Worcestershire
There’s so much to enjoy in and around the county, but if you’re not familiar with the local area, here are just a few of the activities you can enjoy.
The cathedral was first founded in 680, Saint Wulfstan began the present building in 1084. Famous for it’s stunning architecture and stained glass Worcestershire Cathedral offers historical talks and tours.
Home to over 165 species of exotic animals the West Midland Safari Park is the perfect trip for all ages. The park offers a safari drive through experience, over night lodges and a small theme park. A treat for both you and the grandkids.
The Malvern Hills and Commons rise above the Severn Plain on the border of Herefordshire and Worcestershire. The hills provide tranquil countryside cycling routes and walking paths with an abundance of wildlife to spot on the way.
Hanbury Hall is a large 18th-century stately home in Hanbury, Worcestershire. A day out provides plenty to do; hit the bowling green, stroll around the gardens, or try the discovery trail. Hanbury Hall is the ideal spot for picnic with the family.
Your Worcestershire Retirement Home
All our Worcestershire retirement apartments will provide you with everything you need to relax and unwind in your retirement years. Whether you’re befriending the other residents in the communal Owners’ Lounge or relaxing with a good book in the gardens, you’ll always feel at home with one of our Worcestershire retirement apartments.
The facilities at your Worcestershire retirement apartment are second to none, and your dedicated Lodge Manager means there’s always a familiar face nearby to answer any questions you may have. You’ll be located close to shops, doctor’s surgeries, banks, bakers, butchers and all the other conveniences you would expect to find your local town centre.
Call our Customer Relations team
To find out more about our retirement developments in the nearby area, you can view the individual properties, or contact our friendly team to have a discussion about your specific requirements.