Worcester House


Situated at the eastern end of the High Street, conveniently located for all the towns amenities, Worcester House plays host to a variety of professionals in the  areas of therapy and wellness, as well as training courses, meetings and classes.

The interior has recently been refurbished and our 9 available rooms are all comfortably furnished and tastefully decorated. The high proportion of communal space including the first floor waiting room means you are never cramped, and the building is well-suited to the current need for adequate distancing.

Our door is also open to creative and other professionals seeking a quiet working space as an alternative to home or to a conventional office. Please don’t hesitate to contact us if you would like to know more about what we can offer.


Dating from the 17th century, the Grade II listed building carries a blue plaque marking it as the birthplace and residence of John Worlidge, whose writings on agriculture and horitculture formed the basis of the English agricultural revolution.

Over the years the building has seen a variety of uses including being part of a girls high shcool during the mid-20th century.

The current phase began in 2000, when the building was taken over and extensively renovated to create the Biotech Health clinic, from which the current health and wellness practice has evolved.