Exploring on foot is a great way to discover the beauty of autumn. As the air gets crisper, the days get darker quicker and the leaves on the trees begin to change colour, there’s no better time to enjoy an autumnal walk. We have a selection of stunning, local walking trails for you to enjoy with your partner, friends or family. Enjoy a stay at Brockencote Hall Hotel and discover wooded hills, breathtaking forest landscapes and gentle strolls right on your doorstep.
Wyre Forest is a popular walking destination, engulfed by woodlands you can enjoy the fresh air and have fun outdoors. With three different walking trails to explore, you’ll be spoilt for choice – this is definitely a place where you can spend all day embarking on the ultimate autumnal walk.
After you’ve enjoyed a freshly prepared breakfast from us, set out to Wyre Forest, Wren walking trail is a great one to start off – with plenty of benches to stop and relax along the way keep your eyes peeled for the Go Ape cabin, the sleeping Gruffalo and the Gruffalo’s Child. The Woodpecker walking trail is perfect for families, enter the ‘Valley of the Giants’ and learn all about life in the forest using the learning panels dotted around. Buzzard walking trail is the longest trail, perfect if you’re up for a challenge and want to get up close and personal with a variety of trees in the arboretum.
Wyre Forest is 15 minutes from Brockencote Hall Hotel.
Kinver Edge and The Rock Houses
This place is perfect for those looking to add some variety to their autumnal walks. From the Heartland trail, an accessible walk that allows you to take in the view of the surrounding counties, to the Woodland trail full with natural play areas for the children to enjoy and Rock House trail where you can find out what history would have been like for those who carved lives for themselves in the sandstone cliffs. As you go around the trails you can try and spot some of the wonderfully rare wildlife dotted around the beautifully preserved woodlands.
Kinver Edge and The Rock Houses is 25 minutes from Brockencote Hall Hotel.
National Trust – Clent Hills
If you’re looking to enjoy an autumnal walk with a bit more structure and guidance, Clent Hills is the place for you. The National Trust area offers guided walks by one of their experienced volunteer guides.
The hills are a great place for you to take your four-legged friends too, as dogs are able to run free on a circular walk with streams, woods and stunning open grassland. As your pup plays, you can piece together fragments of 17th century history and discover the four stones on a short woodland route.
Clent Hills is 20 minutes from Brockencote Hall Hotel.
Chaddesley Woods National Nature Reserve
Go big or go home with an autumnal walk at Chaddesley Woods the second largest woodland area in Worcestershire, dating back to the 13th century.
The nature reserve gives you the option to enjoy the ancient woodland alone or follow the Chaddesley chase circular route. This is a great place to explore a variety of wildflowers such as; knapweed, dyer’s greenweed, pepper saxifrage and adder’s-tongue fern. Chaddesley Woods is also renowned for its birdwatching, which is a fun activity to enjoy alone or in a group.
Chaddesley Woods is 5 minutes from Brockencote Hall Hotel.
Worcestershire Way Walk
This waymarked long-distance trail is for those looking to push themselves. It runs 31 miles from Bewdley to Great Malvern. During your autumnal walk along this trail you can expect to pass numerous places of interest, including; Abberley Clock Tower, the Malvern Hills, St.Ann’s Well and more.
To remember your trek, you can enjoy three bottles of Bewdley Brewery beer in a perfect gift set from us as part of our Autumn Stays offer. Once you’ve completed the challenging walk, head back to your room, warm up by the fire and reward yourself with a delicious dinner at our Chaddesley Restaurant. Make sure to save room for the next morning where you can enjoy a full English breakfast ready for another day of exploring.
Prices from £260.00 per room, per night, based on two people sharing a Classic Room. This offer is available from 1st September 2022 until 30th November 2022.
Alternatively, why not treat yourself to a cosy lodge break this Autumn with Brockencote Hall? After soaking up the autumnal atmosphere on your Worcestershire Way walk, kick your feet up at our private lodge, in the snug lounge or even soak off in the bubbly hot tub with a slice of our homemade loaf cake on arrival. With multiple luxury features, the Brockencote autumn lodge stay offer includes two nights accommodation, delivered dinner for six people with two bottles of house wine, a breakfast hamper each morning and afternoon tea for six people to enjoy on your second night.
Available to enjoy on Wednesday & Thursday at £925.00 per lodge, per night and Friday, Saturday & Sunday at £1050.00 per lodge, per night. This exciting offer will be available from 1st September 2022 until 30th November 2022.
Bewdley is 20 minutes from Brockencote Hall Hotel.
Queen Elizabeth II Jubilee Gardens
If you’re looking to enjoy shorter autumnal walks, the Jubilee Gardens are the ideal place for you. Soak up the beautiful attractions within the small decorated space from the ornamental fish pond to the orchard area.
After your stroll, visit the Bewdley Brewery – a hidden gem with a great selection of ales.
Queen Elizabeth II Jubilee Gardens is 20 minutes from Brockencote Hall Hotel.
This autumn treat yourself to the perfect seasonal stay with us and explore the beautiful surroundings on a peaceful stroll, a fun adventure trail or a challenging long-distance walk.