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A picturesque county of green fields, trees, hills and meandering rivers.

Worcestershire is the perfect place to stay and escape for a country break. Many guesthouses and B & B’s serve breakfasts sourced from local produce and many accommodation providers are located on farms for a true rural experience.

Worcestershire is home to many cosily furnished cottages, giving you the chance to self-cater and to truly feel at home. For those that prefer to be located more centrally, there are many B & B’s and hotels located within walking distance of the city centreor in surrounding villages.

There are also opportunities for camping and caravanning, dog friendly accommodation and accessible accommodation for those who are disabled. Worcestershire also boasts some alternative accommodation for those looking for something a little bit different: make your holiday one to remember by staying in a woodland lodge or travelling down the river Severn in a narrowboat.

Stanbrook Abbey Hotel

Callow End, Worcester

The past is most certainly present at Stanbrook Abbey Hotel with so much heritage charm lovingly preserved. Set in 26 acres of extensive gardens, Stanbrook Abbey offers 70 bedrooms including feature rooms and suites, and every level has a story to tell. Visit the basement where you will find a wine cellar and tasting area, a games room and the original bake house where the nuns used to make their own bread. Or climb up the Abbey’s 40 metre bell tower for stunning panoramic views of the naturally beautiful Malvern Hills.

Ockeridge Rural Retreats

Worcester

You may not guess that Ockeridge Rural Retreats is located just six miles from Worcester’s bustling city centre. Set within a nine-acre equestrian facility, and surrounded by fresh, rolling countryside, you’ll feel blissfully secluded from civilisation.

Recommended by The Guardian as one of the UK’s top glamping sites, here you’ll discover a sumptuous selection of shepherd’s huts and a luxury log cabin that are primed for relaxation, with bathing and kitchen facilities all provided.

Treeopia

Treeopia offers a luxury treehouse break in the rural countryside of Worcestershire, just on the borders of Herefordshire and Shropshire. These two leafy retreats are set amongst lakes, ancient woodlands, medieval fishing pools and winding country lanes.

The treehouses are handmade by bespoke cabinet maker John Beavan and owner of Parsons Hall Farm where Treeopia is set.  The treehouses are a labour of love for John and his wife Nicki. There is a magical feel to Treeopia – Eathelin treehouse even has its own little window above the bed – built especially for those who love to stargaze.

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