An idyllic circular leisure drive set in the beautiful Teme Valley.
The drive takes in traditional market towns in the area as well as many of the idyllic little hamlets and villages too.
Leisure drivers can stop off in one of the many towns and villages in the Teme Valley where you will find a wide range of places to eat, drink and explore. Equally, there are a number of scenic places to stop, explore and have a picnic on the circular route.
The 63.5 mile route can be started at any destination.
Places you may like to see could include the crooked spire of St Mary’s Church in Cleobury Mortimer with it’s distinctive ‘twisted spire’. Or maybe you may like to visit the moated manor house at the National Trust’s Brockhampton Court near Bromyard. Also on our route is the great house at English Heritage’s Witley Court, once a symbol of huge wealth and often visited by past royalty. You’re spoilt for choice really in terms of great houses and could also call into either Burford House & Gardens near Tenbury Wells or Kyre Park and Gardens between Tenbury and Bromyard. Finally, do also consider the National Trust’s The Firs (Elgar’s Birthplace) in the village of Broadheath near Worcester.