These companies provide Evesham cottage properties and holiday homes, both in the town and within a 10 mile radius. Visitors will find traditional stone cottages, hunting lodges, spacious holiday homes and miller's cottages. A range of deals and reductions are also provided for selected cottages throughout the year.
Cottages 4 You
- 30 Evesham cottages
and holiday properties including Cotswold Stone barns, farm cottages and single-storey holiday homes. Prices start at around £300 for low-season short breaks and discounts are offered in some cases.
- 5 Evesham holiday cottages
including an old miller's cottage and a traditional Cotswold stone property. Unbiased user reviews are included for most properties and rates start at around £250 for low-season weekly breaks.
About 7 cottages within a 10 mile radius of Evesham, situated in country towns like Chipping-Campden, Erbrington and Broadway. Weekly rates are between £250 and £370 during low season. Their properties are mostly traditional in style.
4 Evesham self catering holiday cottages and accommodation from Sykes. Their collection includes a number of barn conversions, a traditional Cotswold stone cottage and a wooden holiday lodge. Prices are between £315 and £570.
Evesham is a market town on the River Avon and a centre for the fruit-growing industry. Despite much expansion, the town has managed to maintain much of its elegance.
There are a number of Georgian houses and half-timbered buildings
found in Evesham. Some of the finest include the 15th century Round House building and 17th century Dresden House, which is located on the High street. The remains of Evesham's Abbey Church are also evident in the form of a Norman stone gateway and bell tower.
The town has two fine churches: All Saints, sections of which are over 800 years old and St Lawrence's, which was rebuilt in the 16th century. The Almonry Museum
on Vine street is also worth visiting and exhibits medieval remains and agricultural implements.
Rowing boats are available for hire in the town, enabling visitors to navigate the River Avon
as well as explore the collection of picturesque gardens and parks found on its banks. Watersports, especially fishing, are also popular on the river - licenses and permits can be purchased from the local post-offices. See below for more information about Evesham visitor attractions.
Evesham visitor attractions
For more details of visitor attractions and popular places of interest in the vicinity of Evesham, see the information provided below. Major supermarkets and shops have also been included, should visitors require essential supplies during their self catering holiday.
River excursions are also available from Avon Leisure Cruises
– its boat, the Spirit of freedom can accommodate up to forty people, has a stylish interior and a fully licensed bar. A rope-operated ferry also operates in summer between Hampton and Evesham. Other attractions include the leisure centre on Davies Road, which features a gym, swimming pool, and badminton courts. Abbey Park
is open from April to September and there is an adventure playground for kids at Crown Meadow.
Food and drink
The Olivino Restaurant
in Port Street is renowned for its home-cooked Italian food and there’s also a Beefeater in the town centre. Belle House
in nearby Pershore is modern, stylish and serves fine food and wines, while Raphael’s Restaurant overlooks the Avon and has a resident disc jockey.
History and Culture
The Neolithic Remains found on the banks of the River Avon are worth seeing and there are also several interesting historical buildings close to the town such as the 7th century Benedictine monastery at Malmesbury, which is said to be the burial site of King Athelstan. At nearby Hidcote Manor
, visitors can enjoy a game of croquet on the Theatre lawn at one of England’s most beautiful gardens.
Supermarkets and shops
The Riverside Shopping centre has a multi-storey car park leading to a traffic-free shopping precinct where you will find a variety of shops from small independents to chain stores. There are also two large supermarkets in the centre of the town.