Worcester is somewhere that you may ever have heard of, but there is plenty here to do for a weekend break 

1. Shopping – There is some great shopping to be had in Worcester. There are all the major chain stores or course, and a fab variety of independent stores that you don’t see anywhere else. The city is lovely and compact so easy to cover without getting sore feet, and pretty with cathedrals and rivers.

For bigger shops hop on a train to Birmingham and in 20 minutes you can be there, but I prefer Worcester every time!

2 Eating – new restaurants are popping up all the time in Worcester. Opening this year is the new cathedral square development 

That plans to have a Yo Sushi,  Ask, All Bar One, Byron hamburgers, Cosy Club, and Miller and Carter – I am getting hungry already!

3 Day spa- just down the road from Canvas and Clover is The Elms luxury hotel which has a Spa. You can book a day spa package and spend the day in the pool and hot tub or have a beauty treatment or two

4 Go Ape or Quad biking – so girly spa treatments aren’t for you, there is a Go Ape course at Wyre Forest around 20 mins away which is really good fun if you aren’t afraid of heights, or try Peachley Quad trekking just down the road for some off road fun

5 Walking – When I meet up with my friends we like to go for a long walk to justify all the food and drink we later consume! there are walks all over Worcestershire but one of the prettiest is the Malvern Hills 

And best of all it’s free!
There are loads more things to do of course, come to Worcester, stay at Canvas and Clover, and have fun!