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15 Log Cabins in Worcestershire

Fancy pony trekking or cycling, or may be a challenging walk? There is plenty to discover in Worcestershire with the beauty of the Malvern Hills, the Teme Valley or the asparagus growing Vale of Evesham. There is also historic Broadway, at the edge of the Cotswolds and the wonderful Lickey Hills.

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Bluebell Lodge 2

Callow Hill, Worcestershire, Heart of England

Bluebell Lodge From £535 Availability

FORESTVIEW RETREAT

WINNERS OF DESTINATION WORCESTERSHIRE SELF CATERING OF THE YEAR 2011 AND WEDDING RETREAT OF THE YEAR 2011

 

Situated in the heart of north Worcestershire amid stunning rural countryside, Forest View Retreat Holiday Log Cabins provide a perfect romantic getaway for couples wishing to relax in tranquil surroundings, with complimentary sparkling wine and chocolates presented on arrival.

The striking self-catering log cabins offer four-star accommodation and have been honoured with a gold award from Visit Britain and are Winners of Destination Worcester Welcome Awards Self catering of the Year 2011 and Wedding Retreat of the Year 2011. Exclusively for adults, Forest View Retreat Holiday Log Cabins cater for up to two individuals in Bluebell Lodge, and up to four in Bramble Lodge. The lavish solid wood cabins boast modern décor with fully fitted kitchens and an open-plan lounge/diner -  Jacuzzi baths found in both properties provide an opportunity for ultimate indulgence,  and your stay couldn’t be better catered for with everything except food and personal toiletries supplied for your convenience. The balcony and patio provide a lovely spot for deer and bird watching and taking in the panoramic and breathtaking scenery, with a barbecue and fire pit for an idyllic romantic evening. New for 2012 is a Hot Tub for  guests use situated in a lovely gazebo with views over the forest.

The surrounding farmland leads directly into theWyreForestfor exploration by walking, biking or horse riding (DIY stabling/grazing available), whilst numerous fishing pools, Golf courses give even more choice of activities. The Georgian town ofBewdley, Severn Valley Railway,WestMidlandSafari Parkand Go Ape Activity Centre are all nearby, and within walking distance there are several award winning restaurants and a local shop for your convenience. 

Forest View Retreat Holiday Log Cabins operate their own environmental policy to ensure the preservation of the picturesque countryside and have built a wildlife pond which feeds from collected rainwater.

Bramble Lodge 4

Callow Hill, Worcestershire, Heart of England

Bramble Lodge From £625 Availability

FORESTVIEW RETREAT

WINNERS OF DESTINATION WORCESTERSHIRE SELF CATERING OF THE YEAR 2011 AND WEDDING RETREAT OF THE YEAR 2011

 

Situated in the heart of north Worcestershire amid stunning rural countryside, Forest View Retreat Holiday Log Cabins provide a perfect romantic getaway for couples wishing to relax in tranquil surroundings, with complimentary sparkling wine and chocolates presented on arrival.

The striking self-catering log cabins offer four-star accommodation and have been honoured with a gold award from Visit Britain and are Winners of Destination Worcester Welcome Awards Self catering of the Year 2011 and Wedding Retreat of the Year 2011. Exclusively for adults, Forest View Retreat Holiday Log Cabins cater for up to two individuals in Bluebell Lodge, and up to four in Bramble Lodge. The lavish solid wood cabins boast modern décor with fully fitted kitchens and an open-plan lounge/diner -  Jacuzzi baths found in both properties provide an opportunity for ultimate indulgence,  and your stay couldn’t be better catered for with everything except food and personal toiletries supplied for your convenience. The balcony and patio provide a lovely spot for deer and bird watching and taking in the panoramic and breathtaking scenery, with a barbecue and fire pit for an idyllic romantic evening. New for 2012 is a Hot Tub for  guests use situated in a lovely gazebo with views over the forest.

The surrounding farmland leads directly into theWyreForestfor exploration by walking, biking or horse riding (DIY stabling/grazing available), whilst numerous fishing pools, Golf courses give even more choice of activities. The Georgian town ofBewdley, Severn Valley Railway,WestMidlandSafari Parkand Go Ape Activity Centre are all nearby, and within walking distance there are several award winning restaurants and a local shop for your convenience. 

Forest View Retreat Holiday Log Cabins operate their own environmental policy to ensure the preservation of the picturesque countryside and have built a wildlife pond which feeds from collected rainwater.

Broad Down 3

Berrow, Worcestershire, Heart of England

Broad Down From £226 Availability

Broad Down is a detached timber lodge situated on a small exclusive park in the village of Berrow. The lodge has an open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area with electric fire, along with a shower room with shower, basin and WC. The lodge can sleep three people in two bedrooms, a double bedroom with en-suite basin and WC and one single room. Outside at the front, there is an enclosed decked area with furniture and off road parking for two cars. Broad Down makes a wonderful base for visiting the Malvern Hills, the attractive towns of Cheltenham or Gloucester, or just exploring the beautiful countryside of Worcestershire and beyond into Herefordshire and the Cotswolds.

Cropvale Lodge 4

Pershore, Worcestershire, Heart of England

Cropvale Lodge From £487 Availability

Cropvale Farm is a detached, single-storey timber lodge on a working farm in Cropthorne near Pershore and is part of a group of three. There is a king-size double, a twin room, a family bathroom and an open plan living area with kitchen, dining area, and sitting area. Outside is off road parking for two cars, a veranda and a lawned garden. Cropvale Farm, finished to a very high standard and ideally placed for the Cotswolds, makes a wonderful retreat for couples or for families as a year round holiday base.

Log Cabin near Bredon (4.5mls E) 4

Ashton -under- Hill, Worcestershire, Heart of England

Log Cabin near Bredon (4.5mls E) From £415 Availability

A tranquil rural location within the grounds of the owners home this uniquely styled lodge offers comfortable accommodation with a contemporary style and is well suited for couples keen walkers and small families to explore the Cotswolds. The picturesque village of Ashton-under-Hill is situated in the south of the county of Worcestershire at the eastern end of Bredon Hill and overlooks the Cotswolds home to the Ashton Under Hill open garden weekend a favourite for the springtime. Croft Farm Waterpark only 5 miles from the property hosts an array of water sports such as canoeing windsurfing and a beech to keep everyone entertained. Wychavon Way a haven for walkers and cyclists alike the varied landscape provides features and sites of interest for everyone including The Prescott Hill climb hosting motoring events throughout the year and Broadway with its traditional High street of Honey coloured Cottages boutiques antiques shops cafes and restaurants. There is racing at Stratford on Avon and Cheltenham which also hosts the Literature and Food Festival. For family days out why not visit the Cotswolds Country Park with its inland beach or the Cotswolds Wildlife Park. When entering the property on the ground floor you will find 2 bedrooms comprising of 1 double with en-suite bathroom with shower over bath and WC and a separate twin room. There is also a shower room with shower and WC on the lower ground floor. The property has an open plan Lounge/kitchen/diner with wood burner to relax in front of after a day of exploring the area and TV/DVD. In the kitchen area you will find an electric oven and hob microwave fridge and dishwasher together with a washing machine and dryer outside in the utility room. Outside you will find an enclosed decked area with seating and parking for 1 car. 2 dogs welcome. There is a shop 1.5 miles away and pub and within walking distance.

Log Cabin near Clifton-on-Teme 6

Worcester, Worcestershire, Heart of England

Log Cabin near Clifton-on-Teme From £579 Availability

Built with brick and timber this detached holiday lodge is in a very pleasant Teme Valley farm location. It is a short distance away from the Worcestershire village of Clifton-on-Teme and it s well worth having a day trip to Worcester to discover its contrasting mixture of buildings with historical interest and expansive selection of brand name shops as well as having a range of pubs and restaurants to choose from. For walkers and trekkers a trip to the region is not complete without a day out in the bewitching Malvern Hills. Keen fishermen can enjoy fishing in the lakes and along the River Teme by arrangement with the owners. On arrival at the property on a hill overlooking the farm below you will easily find the open plan lounge/kitchen/diner. The lounge area has ample comfortable places to sit and relax whilst watching something you ve missed on the TV. The kitchen is well-equipped comprising of an electric oven and hob a washing machine a microwave dishwasher and French doors open out on to a lovely veranda. Also on the ground floor is a twin bedroom complete with an en-suite shower room with WC. On the first floor you will locate a spacious double bedroom another twin bedroom and a bathroom with shower-over-bath and WC. There is a veranda with seating for the adults outside and a spacious garden for the kids to play in with use of a trampoline table tennis and pool table set-ups. Enjoy a summer BBQ or have a soak in the shared hot tub on site revelling in the sprawling countryside views and having a drink in the sunshine. There is also ample off-road parking.

Log Cabin near Clifton-on-Teme 6

Worcester, Worcestershire, Heart of England

Log Cabin near Clifton-on-Teme From £624 Availability

Found in a pleasant Teme Valley farm location this cottage is a short distance away from the Worcestershire village of Clifton-on-Teme. For walkers a trip to the region is not complete without a day out in the spectacular Malvern Hills. Take a day trip to Worcester to discover the selection of shops pubs and restaurants and the striking mixture of architecture; for those who prefer not to drive there is a pick up/drop off service available so you can explore the area on foot. Keen fishermen can enjoy fishing in the lakes and along the River Teme by arrangement with the owners whilst other nearby attractions include the Severn Valley Railway West Midlands Safari Park or Spetchley Gardens. The property is located on a hill overlooking the farm below and on arrival the large open-plan lounge/kitchen/diner is the first room entered. The lounge area has comfortable soft furnishings and a TV so you can take a seat and enjoy some shows after a long day exploring. The kitchen comprises of all the equipment you could need during your stay including an electric oven and hob washing machine microwave and a dishwasher. Also on the ground floor is a twin bedroom complete with an en-suite shower room with WC. On the first floor you will find a spacious double bedroom with 5ft bed another twin bedroom and a bathroom with shower-over-bath and WC. Outside there is a veranda with furniture for enjoying a drink in the sunshine plus a roomy garden for the kids to play with shared use of a trampoline table tennis and pool table. You can relax in the private hot tub and shared sauna on site. There is ample off-road parking.

Log Cabin near Clifton-on-Teme 6

Worcester, Worcestershire, Heart of England

Log Cabin near Clifton-on-Teme From £579 Availability

Stood on the edge of a picturesque orchard this brick and timber built detached holiday lodge is found in a very pleasant Teme Valley farm location not far from the pretty Worcestershire village of Clifton-on-Teme. For walkers there is a pick up/drop off service available so you can explore the area without a car. A day trip to historic Worcester is highly-recommended whilst in the area where you will find a mixture of history culture and fantastic shops and restaurants to choose from. There is a coarse fishing lake nearby plus the River Teme where fishing is also possible with prior arrangement with the owners. Explore the footpaths find a cosy pub or just sit back and enjoy your surroundings. Situated on a hill with the farm located below you can rest assured that you ll be surrounded by glorious countryside. The open plan lounge/kitchen/diner is the perfect place for the family to spend some time together relaxing; the lounge has plenty of comfortable places to sit plus a TV for you to catch up on a show together. The kitchen is well-equipped benefitting from an electric oven and hob washing machine microwave and a dishwasher. French doors open out on to the veranda and allow light to flood the space creating an airy room with a large dining table to seat up to six people. Also on the ground floor is a twin bedroom complete with an en-suite shower room and WC. On the first floor you will find a spacious double bedroom another twin bedroom and a bathroom with shower over bath. There is plenty of outdoor space in the garden for kids to play with use of a trampoline table tennis and pool table. There is a veranda with seating and beautiful views to enjoy on warmer evenings and a shared hot tub and sauna on site. There s also ample off-road parking.

Log Cabin near Tenbury Wells (3.5mls SE) 4

Tenbury Wells, Worcestershire, Heart of England

Log Cabin near Tenbury Wells (3.5mls SE) From £1579 Availability

You will find it hard to leave the sympathetically landscaped grounds that surround the treehouse though when the time comes you could not be better placed to explore. Offering easy access to Worcester and Hereford both showcasing stunning cathedrals and riverside walks with smaller market towns that offer a more bespoke shopping experience in Leominster Ludlow and Ledbury. For National Trust enthusiasts there are several properties and gardens all within easy reach. For walkers an enviable landscape of both rolling meadows and hills to climb with easy access into the Malvern Hills the Forest of Dean and the Brecon Beacons. If it s a festival that you are looking for why not take in Hay-on-Wye for book lovers or Ludlow for food lovers. Take a walk down the lane where you will see the first glimpse of the thatched roof of the tree house. Built around a mature ash tree with a hand carved bannister that will guide you to the solid wood front door. Step inside where the handcrafted carpentry continues the lounge/kitchen/diner is enhanced with decorative yew wood panelling that reaches up to the sash windows which circle the entire lounge area offering views onto the woodland. There is a log effect fire and TV for a cosy night in. The handcrafted kitchen is well-equipped with electric oven and hob microwave fridge dishwasher and wine chiller. And after a day relaxing you will find a super king-size bed with handcrafted headboards and views onto the wildlife lake and a king-size bed that can be made as a twin bed upon request (must be stated at the time of booking) There is also a shower room with double walk in shower and WC. Step out onto the balcony to enjoy the sunshine the balcony surrounds the treehouse and offers access to a private hot tub and BBQ area that is situated to the edge of the wildlife lakes. There is allocated parking for two cars.

Log Cabin near Tenbury-Wells (4mls SE) 2

Tenbury Wells, Worcestershire, Heart of England

Log Cabin near Tenbury-Wells (4mls SE) From £1280 Availability

Set within the grounds of a working farm with wildlife lakes and meadows of which you are free to roam you will simply find it hard to leave however when the time comes you could not be better placed to enjoy what Worcestershire and Herefordshire has to offer both cities showcase stunning cathedrals and riverside walks with smaller market towns that offer a more bespoke shopping experience in Leominster Ludlow and Ledbury. For National Trust enthusiasts there are a number of properties and gardens all within easy reach. For walkers an enviable landscape of both rolling meadows and hills to climb with easy access into the Malvern Hills the Forest of Dean and the Brecon Beacons. If it s a festival that you are looking for why not take in Hay-on-Wye for book lovers or Ludlow for food lovers. Take a walk down the lane and follow the old-fashioned wooden signs to the left where you will see the first glimpse of the thatched roof of the tree house. Built around a mature ash tree with a hand carved bannister that will guide you to the solid wood front door. Step inside where the hand-crafted carpentry continues the lounge/kitchen/diner is enhanced with decorative yew wood panelling that reaches up to the sash windows which circle the entire lounge area offering views onto the woodland. In the evenings the treehouse lights up with handcrafted colourful lighting there is a log effect electric fire and TV/DVD for a cosy night in. The hand crafted kitchen is well-equipped with electric oven and hob microwave fridge with ice compartment and dishwasher. There is a shower room with shower and WC on this floor. And when the day is done climb the hand crafted wooden stairs that circle the trunk to the first floor where you will find a king-size bedroom with hand crafted bed and a free-standing copper bath where you can enjoy a long soak. Step out onto the balcony to enjoy the sunshine the balcony surrounds the treehouse and offers access to a private hot tub and BBQ area that is situated to the edge of the wildlife lakes. There is allocated parking for one car.