Wind through the Worcestershire countryside from Chastleton House to the quaint village of Stow-on-the-Wold in one of Great Escape Cars’ classic collection.
Pick from a selection of antique Jaguars, or pristine condition Minis. There’s even a Rolls Royce or two to choose from, if you’re feeling fancy. Then you’re free to head off on your own little adventure, cruising down rural lanes towards the Forest of Dean or the Welsh border. You can hire the cars for 24 or 48 hour periods, and if you really want the celebrity treatment, they’ll even deliver the car straight to your door.
This age-old pub built in the 15th century is the first to be owned by the National Trust. As well as sipping on craft beer, you can lodge in the upstairs Master’s Bedchamber, glamp in a gipsy caravan or cosy up in their self-catering cottage.
Daylesford Farm is famous for its sustainable values, serving up farm-to-fork dishes like spring salads and poached salmon, with an eye for zero waste. They also host cookery courses, for anyone passionate about food.
Perched atop the picturesque Worcestershire countryside, this iconic landmark has three floors of exhibitions as well as a rooftop lookout and café with breath-taking views spanning up to 16 counties.