Local Attractions & Amenities
Things to see, do and explore!
The Rockhouse Retreat is neatly situated on the Worcestershire/Shropshire borders, just 15 miles from Birmingham and The NEC, with easy access to the UK's major motorways. The Cotswolds and Three Counties Showground are conveniently nearby.
Just a short walk away is Habberley Valley and a bit further on you'll find Bewdley, located on the banks of the river Severn. All just a few minutes by car. These border the Wyre Forest which covers ten square miles of one of Britain's most ancient woodlands. Bewdley is a must visit, with a plethora of curiosity shops, places to eat, drink, peruse and enjoy a relaxing walk.
- Bewdley Brewery
- Harvington Hall
- Hanbury Hall
- The Dudmaston Estate
- Bodenham Arboretum
- Arley Arboretum
- National Trust Rockhouses at Kinver Edge
- National Trust Great Witley Court & Gardens
- Avoncroft Museum of Historic Buildings
- The Clent Hills
Below you can find a selection of local eateries and discover many more by clicking on the following link:
The Courtyard: Severn Side South, Bewdley
Restaurant/ Cafe, Argentinian grill with an outdoor riverside seating area. They also do fabulous Cocktails!
The Mug House: Severn Side North, Bewdley
Restaurant with riverside seating and back garden courtyard, serving a-la-carte menu, wood fired pizzas & Sunday lunches.
Thai restaurant overlooking the River Severn.
The Rustic Kitchen: Bewdley
The restaurant offers rustic wood fired pizzas & burgers. Indoor and outdoor seating, great for families.
The giant tipi and cosy pub is the perfect place to refuel after a walk in the Wyre Forest.
The Vhujon: Bewdley
Our favourite Indian restaurant.
The Lock: Wolverley, Kiderminster
Canal side pub with 'Fat Eddie's smoke house' located on site - Home of the 7 hour 'Smoked Brisket Stack' and 'Bishops' famous big burgers.