Cob House nestles right in the heart of rural Worcestershire, only three miles from the centre of the Cathedral City of Worcester itself. The idyllic surroundings offer the visitor time to relax to sit and enjoy the countryside from our spectacular Mayfly Café overlooking some of our beautiful lakes and parkland whilst participating in many of our wonderful activities on site. Please click on a tab above to explore these fully.
Alternatively visitors can explore the extensive site by taking a stroll along the many footpaths, wildflower meadow and the parkland which contains the timber trail play area, wildlife pool, Reindeer, Alpacas, Pigs, Goats, Chickens and Ducks.
Most activities at Cob House are free* so why not pop and see us for a fun packed visit and then take advantage of the great value buffet breakfast or carvery lunch and take in the stunning views?
Cob House offers a wide appeal with something for everyone to enjoy and makes an ideal family day particularly for those who love the tranquillity of the countryside.
Cob House is also the home of Silver Medal Paralympian Archer, Mel Clarke and Mel can be seen training and runs regular courses here - please see our what's on pages for up to date details about this.
With full disability access, Cob House simply invites further exploration.
Cob House is the WINNER of the Worcestershire Welcome Awards 2011 - Visitor Attraction of the Year
*excludes fishing and archery