Five of the best Airbnbs you can stay in Worcestershire
As uncertainty surrounding vacationing abroad grows, stays in the UK are becoming more popular than ever.
With its vast expanses of idyllic and beautiful countryside, the towns and villages of Worcestershire could provide the perfect backdrop for your next vacation.
Fortunately, you can choose from several Airbnbs in the county, from log cabins on a farm to cozy shepherd’s cabins.
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With that in mind, we’ve researched some of the coolest Airbnbs on offer in Worcestershire and put together a list to inspire you a bit.
You can check them out below.
1) An entire chalet on the outskirts of Redditch
If you fancy a country retreat with its own pool and hot tub, you can stay at this Lower Berrow Farm cottage on the outskirts of Redditch.
“A three double bedroom property with three sofa beds, a swimming pool, jacuzzi and party barn,” the ad reads : “The swimming pool is available from April to October, the hot tub is available all year round.
“Lower Berrow Farm was once a hunting lodge in the Norgrove Estate of which Cottage Farm was once two workers’ cottages which have now been converted into a beautiful chocolate cottage set on 20 acres with no trails.”
One review said: “Amazing property. We loved the pool and hot tub and the grounds are beautiful.
“The interior was spacious and clean – all rooms were a good size and good bathrooms. Overall a fabulous property we would definitely return to.”
2) A log cabin in Inkberry
Located on a working farm in the village of Inkberrow, this log cabin offers stunning views of a lake and the nearby woods.
The idyllic location means you could have wild animals such as swans, deer, hares, goats, horses, and pigs for company for a few days.
The the ad reads as follows: “The Duck House is a hand-built, open concept log cabin located in front of one of our lakes beside our beautiful forest and in our private wildlife reserve.
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“With a direct view of the lake, this is the perfect place to relax and enjoy the countryside.
“It is beautifully equipped with a fully equipped kitchen and bathroom and has everything you will need for a long or short stay.”
One reviewer said: “The cabin is in such a peaceful location and we felt truly immersed in beautiful surroundings.”
3) A “cozy caravan” near Bromsgrove
This original one bedroom ‘country retreat’ is right next to the Birmingham and Worcester Canal and could be the perfect location for a country getaway.
“Ideal countryside retreat beside Birmingham and the Worcester Canal,” reads the ad: “Bromsgrove and Redditch stations are nearby, great for walking, wildlife and plenty of attractions close at hand.
“Warwick Castle, Avoncroft Museum, Ragley Hall, Hanbury Hall, and more nearby.”
One reviewer noted: “We had a lovely stay in Lee’s cozy trailer in a beautiful location! Very comfortable bed indeed!
“I would definitely recommend it and can’t wait to go back!”
4) A modern apartment near Worcester
This modern apartment, called The Studio, has a large panoramic window that floods the property with natural light and offers spectacular views of countryside, wildlife and spectacular evening sunsets.
The ad reads : “The Studio, which has just been completed, is a unique, architect-designed apartment set in the expansive grounds of Bishop’s Hall, enjoying stunning views of the lake and countryside beyond.
“With its own private access and its own garden terrace, the studio makes the perfect weekend hideaway from which to enjoy this quiet, rural area of Worcestershire.”
One reviewer said: “An amazing place to stay, a very luxurious and modern room, decorated without sparing, and the view out the window is amazing anytime, day or night!
“I couldn’t recommend more.”
5) A shepherd’s hut with a bar in Redditch
This cozy shepherd’s hut, located in Redditch, includes a private hot tub and bar.
The ad reads : “Custom cabin made by my husband, using a maximum of recycled materials.
“It was my dream (and he made it happen) to have an extra bedroom for the visiting grandchildren. Then Airbnb won.”
One reviewer said: “Amazing host, splendid location being London we didn’t get to see much of the countryside and the sheep, chickens and ducks were a delight.
“The hot tub and bar are perfect, more than expected and we couldn’t ask for a better getaway.”
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