Greyfriars, Worcester is a Grade I listed building in , . Its location near to a former friary of the Franciscan order of Greyfriars has in the past led to speculation that it was constructed as their guest house, but it is now believed to have been built as a house and brew-house c.1485 for Thomas Grene, brewer and High Bailiff of Worcester from 1493-1497.

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Photo: Philip Halling, CC BY-SA 2.0.

Fownes Hotel and Restaurant is a hotel in , England, along the canalside.

Photo: Elliott Brown, CC BY 2.0.

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St John's is a large suburb of , England, west of the city centre and the River Severn. is situated 3900 feet west of Greyfriars. Photo: Philip Halling, CC BY-SA 2.0.

Diglis is a suburb of , . It is located around half a mile south of the city centre on the banks of the River Severn. is situated 4100 feet south of Greyfriars.

Upper Wick is a hamlet in the parish of , . is situated 2 miles southwest of Greyfriars.


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