The Worcester Hotel in a Unique Location
The Diglis Hotel is open! All residents and non-residents are welcome to come along and indulge in our tasty new menus ready for the winter season.
After all – ’tis the season for indulgence! Whether that be a delicious hot chocolate by our roaring fire or a chilled beer over looking the gorgeous panoramic views of the River Severn.
Our wonderful country house hotel in the city sits on the banks of the River Severn in the heart of historic Worcester. A superb country house location for exploring, business and shopping: lavish and comfortable, with fine dining and splendid views. As a Worcester Hotel we are unique in our glorious surroundings.
We have many fun-filled festive events taking place in December, check out our Christmas page for more information.
LET’S BE ON THE SAFE SIDE.
Throughout the pandemic we have always put our customers at the front of our minds to ensure their safety when visiting the hotel. And although the recent government legal requirements do not comply for the hospitality industry, we have advised our team to continue wearing face masks, screen protectors are kept in place where possible and we have hand sanitizing stations situated throughout the hotel. Your temperature may also be requested on arrival for extra precaution.
Before visiting or attending an event at the hotel, please ensure you are safe to do so. Should you feel unwell or have symptoms of COVID-19 we kindly ask you to not attend for the safety of yourself and others.
We would like to thank you for helping and supporting us.
A Worcester Hotel with a unique and commanding position on the banks of the River Severn, Diglis House Hotel is ideally situated for business, pleasure and leisure with Worcester Cathedral, Royal Worcester Porcelain Museum, The Commandery Civil War Centre, historic Friar Street, The High Street with other fascinating and historical attractions just moments away. An illuminated towpath and nearby footbridge provide a circular walk or jog and, the quaint Diglis Locks has shops and dining options available as well as a gym which Hotel guests have unlimited access to during their stay. And for the sporting guest Worcester Racecourse, County Cricket Ground and Rugby Club are close by.
This Worcester Hotel has 28 rooms, with 11 guest rooms in the main house with another 17 rooms built in the grounds overlooking the River Severn.
Worcester’s only riverside dining experience. With magnificent views a wide choice of seasonal food, from the chef’s specials, to an a la carte menu or just coffee and a snack.
Our delightful riverside bar is designed for socialising. Real ales, a fine selection of wines and spirits, local specials and homemade snacks all make for a perfect place meet and relax.
“It was perfect – such a beautiful setting and delicious food”
A Splendid Wedding in Worcester
When planning the most memorable day of your life, few things can be more important than the venue; a wedding in Worcester at Diglis House will provide you with a splendid and unique location. Everything about it will say something about you as a couple. Diglis House Hotel in Worcester offers the perfect romantic location for that special day, with an idyllic setting and stunning views, it is truly a memorable setting.
Celebration of Life
“Without doubt one of the most scenic hotels based in Worcester”
Accommodation ranges from standard rooms to our Junior and Master Suites, with views overlooking the River Severn or our beautiful grounds. All of our rates include individually cooked full English breakfast, free parking and Wi-Fi.
The Diglis House Hotel is a privately owned and operated Grade II listed historic Worcester hotel built on the banks of the River Severn close to Worcester Cathedral.
The original house pre-dates the 1600s. It was rebuilt and later extended during Georgian times and became the home of Edward Leader Williams, the chief engineer to the Severn Navigation Commission, and his family. His son Benjamin Williams Leader was born in the house and was a famous landscape artist and friend of John Constable. It was one of the first Worcester hotels registered as an Inn in the early 1900s and is now popular with locals as well as providing hospitality to corporate and overseas visitors.