A collection of history and greenery...
Strensham is a great location to explore from. This home is nestled on the outskirts of the countryside so you can forest bathe and seek wildlife as you please. You’re just a short drive away from Upton upon Severn, a bustling town often hosting festivals. We would recommend popping to Tewkesbury to explore the medieval town and all of its rich vibrant history and beautiful water front setting. Spend your weekend visiting Tewkesbury Abbey or head to one of the two museums here. There are plenty of hidden gems around Strensham. For example, The Wheelhouse hosts live music on some Sundays, but if you wanted to be outside then there’s plenty of places to sit and admire the quaint riverside.
Slightly further afield is Great Malvern, a Victorian town with a wealth of culinary delights. The theatre and cinema offers entertainment for all ages with its west end productions and Christmas panto’s which everyone loves. Worcester city centre is accessible by car or bus, giving the delight of its Cathedral and the many other attractions that visitors flock to see.
...and full of fun!
Strensham Court Mews is situated in a good commutable location as the M5 is nearby, so you can link to London or the Midlands. Grab a train from Pershore, Great Malvern or Ashchurch near Tewkesbury, to head anywhere in the country.
There are many schools available in the area, Twyning offers a primary school, with Upton upon Severn Church of England and Tewkesbury Church of England just short drives away. For secondary education Hanley Castle High School, Pershore High School and Tewkesbury High. Private schools in the area include Malvern St. James, Malvern College and Bredon School.
- Stores: A host of independent shops, cafes and restaurants.
- Pubs: Sit by the River and order drinks and foods from the Boathouse.
- Walks: Riverside or countryside? Take your pick.