Chaddesley Corbett

Chaddesley Corbett is a village in the Wyre Forest, in the county of Worcestershire. It is a rural community with several farms, and an idyllic base for long walks in the surrounding countryside, and visits to the area’s ancient market towns and villages. Chaddesley Corbett is known for its fine historic architecture, including St Cassian’s Church, much of which dates back to the 12th century. The moated Elizabethan manor of Harvington Hall is another of the area’s most striking buildings. In the village centre, there are a variety of businesses, including three pubs, a café, a grocery and a butcher. Just east of the village, Chaddesley Woods are part of a vast area of woodlands which can be traced back to the 13th century. Look out for rare flowers and butterflies as you explore the grasslands, woods, meadows and ponds of this beautiful nature reserve.

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To the west of holiday cottages in Chaddesley Corbett, the town of Kidderminster is well worth a visit. Located on the banks of the River Stour and Staffordshire and Worcestershire Canal, it is famous for its carpet industry, which is documented at a small museum. The historic town centre is dotted with 19th century mills and graceful churches, and there is an impressive Victorian town hall where Winston Churchill and Ernest Shackleton gave famous speeches. Another popular place to visit on self-catering holidays in Chaddesley Corbett is the Georgian canal town of Stourport-on-Severn. Perusing the old-fashioned shops in the town centre and hiring a rowing boat to explore the Severn are both highly recommended. Treasure Island is one of the area’s best family-friendly attractions, with dodgems, boat rides, arcades.

A scenic drive eastward from your holiday cottage in Chaddesley Corbett, the Shropshire Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty is home to many walking routes with breathtaking views across Worcestershire and Shropshire. The Malvern Hills are south of the village, and the industrial city of Birmingham is close enough for a day trip