Are you looking for the ideal walk with a pub to eat at this winter? Look no further as The Telegraph has highlighted a walking route near Worcester that could be just what you need.

The list shares inspiration for those wanting to get out and about as it lists 10 of Britain’s finest winter walks which all have a cosy pub at the end.

The Sudeley, Kenelm and Monk’s Hole walk starts and finishes in Winchcombe, Gloucestershire which is around a 40-minute drive from Worcester.

Introducing the list, The Telegraph said: “With increasing numbers of Brits embracing hill walking, winter is definitely the time to hike.

“You’re more likely to get footpaths to yourself, for one, and while lacking the lushness of other seasons, winter has a special beauty: skeleton trees, exposed landforms, murmuring birds, frost shimmer, woodsmoke, a calming sense of nature at rest.

“Also, a walk is a good counterbalance to both the excesses of the festive season and the urge to hibernate.

“It’s rare you don’t feel better – in body and mind – after a brisk, cheek-rosying yomp. Especially if there happens to be a good pub you can eat, drink and hunker down in at the end…”

You can see the full list via The Telegraph's website.

What does The Telegraph say about the walking route?

The 4.75 mile long (7.7km) route loops from Winchcombe and takes walkers around 2.5-3 hours to complete and you can find out more about it here.

The Telegraph said: “You could spend a week – maybe all winter? – walking around wonderful Winchcombe.

“An official “Walkers are Welcome” town, it has trails leading every which way from its half-timbered, honey-stone centre. This loop is a vitalising taster, with history and hills aplenty.

“It first heads south to skirt magnificent Sudeley Castle before heading to St Kenelm’s Well, a miraculous spring linked to the 11th-century saint.

“Then it’s up to the ancient Salt Way for big Cotswold views and a visit to the Monk’s Hole: a brother, en route to Hailes Abbey, once died in a snowdrift here – take care!

“A strand of the Gloucestershire Way leads back to town, where the 15th-century Lion Inn awaits with roaring fires, fine Sunday lunches and dog-friendly rooms.”

The Telegraph recommends getting cosy at The Lion Inn which it says has double rooms available.

The pub has impressed visitors and earned a 4-star rating on Tripadvisor from 630 reviews.

One visitor said: “This really was the perfect Sunday Lunch: pleasant surroundings in an historic building, attentive staff, a menu which was well balanced with a range of good traditional Sunday Lunch choices (including the best roast beef and Yorkshire pud we have had in years) and some adventurous and interesting options. Pricing was fair. A really good experience, one that left the whole family happy and we would repeat again”

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Another said: “We arrived with our dogs and were immediately greeted and promptly offered a table but it was near the door and I said they may be unsettled. The delightful lady went out of her way to find us a quieter table and even left her dogs blanket for my girls to lie on!

“The wine was beautiful (Rioja) and the beer by all accounts went down well! We had a steak sandwich and a fishfinger bun. Both served promptly and were absolutely delicious.

“The service received from the waitress was probably the best service we have ever had in a pub (didn’t get her name but she has horses and a dog!). The manager was also very pleasant, kept his eye on all the tables and served drinks to avoid any waiting times. Great job guys. Thanks for a lovely visit!”