The Wharf Inn at Holt




If you would like to stay a bit longer we have rooms available.

These were originally intended for use by fisherman and as such are very simply furnished but clean and comfortable.  We currently have one double room with en-suite facilities, with a connecting single if required; which is ideal for use as a family room.  There are an additional four single rooms which share shower and toilet facilities.

  Breakfast is not included, but there is a small kitchenette containing a microwave oven, fridge, kettle and a sink etc.


Single rooms are from £25 per night and the double from £30 per night

Please call 01905620337 for availability

Things To Do


The city of Worcester is just 15 minutes away and the cathedral is possibly the most interesting of all England's cathedrals, especially architecturally, and has been a place of worship for over fourteen centuries.


For a rather more worldly day out Worcester racecourse is just over five miles away, so you might even go home with more than you came with!


The Severn Valley Steam Railway runs between Kidderminster and Bridgnorth, great for the children and probably more interesting for those of a certain age, who can remember the steam trains.  If you get lucky you might even see Thomas the Tank Engine and some of his friends who regularly take a rest at Bewdley.


Why not take the family to the Wyre Forest and Go Ape -  Go Ape is the UK's No.1 Forest Adventure. They’ll brief you for safety before you fly down the zip-wires, leap off the Tarzan Swing and tackle the crossings whilst enjoying some of Britain’s most breathtaking scenery.


For the animal lovers amongst us, take yourselves to the Safari Park, less than thirty minutes away, and voted  'Most popular tourist attraction in the West Midlands' by children and parents from the region.


And we couldn't leave this section without mentioning the home of chocolate - Bournville itself - in 1879 Bournville 'The Factory in a Garden' is born; Birmingham architect, George H. Gadd worked closely with George Cadbury to draw up plans for the factory. The first bricks were laid in January 1879.  A great day out for all the family - especially the chocoholics!  Free gifts and free samples.






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