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Attractions near The Linney

This is a list of the attractions near this property that are featured on AboutBritain.com
It is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all attractions near this property.
Eastnor Castle (4 Miles)*
In the dramatic setting of the Malvern Hills and surrounded by a beautiful deer park, arboretum and lake, this fairy-tale castle is the home of the Hervey-Bathurst family.
Little Malvern Court (4 Miles)*
Little Malvern Court has been the home of the Berington family by descent since the Dissolution of the Monasteries in 1539.
International Centre for Birds of Prey (8 Miles)*
Once more under the direction of Jemima Parry-Jones, the Centre has undergone a substantial facelift and everything has been upgraded. Please come to visit.
Croome Park (8 Miles)*
Fans of Lancelot "Capability" Brown will want to visit Croome Park as this was the first major landscape which he designed.
Gloucester Cathedral (10 Miles)*
A warm welcome awaits you at Gloucester Cathedral - one of the finest medieval buildings in the country and the jewel in the city of Gloucester's crown.
Gloucester Waterways Museum (10 Miles)*
The Gloucester Waterways Museum is housed in an original Victorian warehouse in Gloucester's Historic docks.
Gloucester Waterways Museum - Trips (10 Miles)*
Gloucester Waterways Museum run 45 minute boat trips from Merchants Quay, Gloucester Docks, travelling down the Gloucester Sharpness Canal.
How Caple Court Gardens (11 Miles)*
The 11 acre gardens of How Caple Court date from Edwardian times and are set high above the River Wye with views towards the Forest of Dean and the Welsh Mountains.
Worcester Cathedral (13 Miles)*
Worcester Cathedral is England's loveliest cathedral, with Royal tombs, medieval cloisters, an ancient crypt and Chapter House, and magnificent Victorian stained glass.
Prinknash Abbey Bird and Deer Park (13 Miles)*
On entering the Park over 50 peacocks and waterfowl welcome you as you walk towards the Love Bird Aviary and the Golden Wood full of golden Pheasants .
* Distances shown are in a direct line. Distances by road will be longer.

Towns near The Linney
Castlemorton (2 Miles)*
Ripple (5 Miles)*
Upton upon Severn (5 Miles)*
The historic town of Upton upon Severn is a thriving town, a perfect specimen of a Severn River port and a place of beauty. Here you will find a mix of half timbered and Georgian buildings, whilst the bridge connects the town with the modern marina.
Malvern Wells (5 Miles)*
Ledbury (6 Miles)*
The pretty market town of Ledbury is well-known for its distinctive black-and-white timber framed buildings. Located 14 miles east of Hereford, it is one of the most delightful English towns to visit.
Hartpury (6 Miles)*
Tewkesbury (6 Miles)*
Tewkesbury is a medieval gem famed for its timber framed buildings. An ancient settlement situated at the meeting of the rivers Avon and Severn, a delight for those seeking 'Olde England'
Sandhurst (6 Miles)*
Newent (7 Miles)*
Newent is the smallest of the four towns in the Forest of Dean District and lies in the North West corner of the county of Gloucestershire, known for many years as the capital of the Ryelands.
Malvern (7 Miles)*
The name Malvern is derived from the ancient British language spoken by the people who lived in the area about 2000 years ago, before the Roman invasion. The words 'Moelbyrn' of 'Moel Vern' mean 'bare hill'.
* Distances shown are in a direct line. Distances by road will be longer.

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