The village of Alvechurch is steeped in
history, it dates back to at least 700AD. In 780AD a Christian
woman called Aelf-gyth founded a church here and the village’s
name is a corruption of Aelf-Gyth Church.
The Bishop of Worcester had his palace
here for several hundred years, and the ruins are still evident.
Things to do during your stay
Regular trains and buses are available nearby.
An award-winning Marina where narrow boats
can be hired for weekend breaks or holidays.
Lovely walks locally with the Lickey, Clent
and Malvern Hills a short drive away.
Alcester and Evesham are
all towns worth visiting along with areas of beauty The
Lenches and The Cotswolds, not forgetting
the Cities of Worcester and Birmingham
along with their many attractions.
There are several golf courses within easy reach, Kings
Norton, Fulford Heath and Blackwell,
- to mention a few.
A great attraction is the variety of National Trust
Properties within the Heart of England, along with
Coughton Court, Ragley Hall and Avoncroft
Museum of Buildings.
We are twenty minutes away, traffic permitting, from the National
Exhibition Centre (NEC) and Birmingham Airport.