• Hot tub
  • Access to 30-acres of grounds
  • Stabling available by prior arrangement
  • Adults only
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  • Outdoor hot tub
  • Mezzanine bedroom
  • Sauna
  • Lakeside location
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  • Hot tub
  • Shop/pub less than 10-minute walk
  • Games room
  • Broadband/Wi-Fi

Relax in Cottages with Hot Tubs in Worcestershire

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There are many reasons to visit Worcestershire not least the vast number of attractions and spectacular scenery. Renting a hot tub cottage gives you the perfect base from which to explore the county with the added luxury of your own private outdoor jacuzzi.

Famous for its history, heritage, views and great local produce Worcestershire is situated in the West Midlands and has plenty to see and do for both young and old. We guarantee you won't be disappointed if you book a hot tub holiday home here!

More and more people are holidaying at home, think about it, no airport delays, long queues, no bland all-inclusive food and trying to read your favourite book round a pool full of noisy children, no security worries or trying to get someone to look after the dog, because if you book one of our pet friendly cottages with hot tubs, Fido can come too!

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Whatever you are looking for in a holiday be it a fun-filled family break, celebrating an anniversary or special occasion, a weekend away to unwind or a romantic holiday for 2, you will find accommodation to suit everyone in Worcestershire whatever your budget.

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Places to Visit and Things to Do in Worcestershire

We want you to have the best holiday possible so have come up with some suggestions of attractions, things to do and places you may want to visit during your stay in this beautiful county, let's take a look.

1. Worcester Cathedral

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One of the most beautiful cathedrals in England, it stands amidst breathtaking scenery on the banks of the River Severn. Building began in 1084 and the cathedral has seen almost a thousand years of history. Popular visitor attractions include the Medieval cloisters, St Wulfstan's crypt, a 12th century chapter house and amazing Victorian stained glass windows. The cathedral library is one of the world's most important, home to many medieval books, manuscripts and music but can only be viewed by appointment. The tower which is open during the school holidays and at weekends boasts magnificent views over the surrounding landscape.

2. Harvington Hall

This moated medieval manor house was built in the 1590's and is a great day out for all the family. During the reign of the devoutly protestant Queen Elizabeth l, the catholic owners needed places to worship that were hidden from the troops, there are still seven hiding places within the home in existence today for visitors to explore. There are also some extremely rare, original Elizabethan wall paintings to view at Harvington Hall. Along with the elegant gardens there is free parking, a gift shop, tearooms and tons of special events throughout the year.

3. Messing about on the River

The River Severn is the longest river in Britain, winding its way through some idyllic countryside it offers the perfect opportunity to relax while taking in the glorious scenery and wildlife. The various sections of the waterway each have a different character some are suited to pleasure boats, and motor cruisers and you will find plenty of boat trips available in Worcestershire while other stretches are more suited to kayaking and canoeing for water sports enthusiasts.

4. Little Owl Farm Park

Perfect if you have brought little ones on your hot tub cottage break, Little Owl Farm Park is situated near Ombersley in 18 acres of farmland and offers plenty of child friendly activities. They can visit the animal paddocks, ride the mini pedal tractors, get up close and personal with some of the cute animals in the petting area, see the babies or mess around in the indoor soft play. They can even watch a sheep or pig race, before having either a picnic in one of the designated areas or a bite to eat in the cafe.

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5. Eating and Drinking

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If you're a foodie then there is no better place to stay than Worcestershire, with award-winning eating establishments serving locally sourced produce, an annual food festival and numerous cookery schools, this county is not one to visit if you're on a diet. Farm shops abound and there is a market in Worcester 3 times a week selling local fare as well as some excellent street food. Whether it's afternoon tea, a gourmet meal or just a drink in a traditional country pub or modern cocktail bar you will be well catered for in Worcestershire.

6. Worcestershire County Museum

This museum is housed in Hartlebury Castle near Kidderminster which has been home to the Bishops of Worcester for over a thousand years. Explore the themed rooms to experience how our ancestors lived during the civil war and Victorian era, view the vast collection of domestic items, furniture costumes and toys, marvel at the county's geographical wonders or take a stroll through the grounds where you will find a nature reserve, 300-year old cider mill and an impressive display of gypsy caravans in the Transport Gallery. The museum has a varied events programme all year round and sells beautiful local craftwork in the gift shop.

7. Croome Park

Set in gardens designed by the legendary Capability Brown this 18th century Neo-Palladian country house has a rich and varied past. Former residence of the 6th Earl of Coventry it has been used as a Roman Catholic School, the home of the Hare Krishna movement and a secret World War 2 air base. Nowadays it boasts fun and innovative exhibitions and displays. The visitor centre museum reveals the secret story of RAF Defford with wartime artifacts, videos and costumes. The many acres of parkland are perfect for the kids to let of steam or take a leisurely stroll and if you are staying in one of our pet friendly cottages you will be pleased to learn Croome is dog friendly with tether points, dog friendly trails and water bowls provided.

8. West Midland Safari Park

Located near Bewdley in the West Midlands this safari park is home to some of the most endangered creatures in the world. With lots to see for the whole family including 5 walk through areas as well as a drive through safari where you will see elephants, lions, cheetahs and rhino, Britain's largest animatronic dinosaur display, VIP experiences where you can feed a lion or be a keeper for the day, restaurants, cafes, gift shop and a large theme park with dozens of rides, no wonder this wildlife park attracts over 650,000 visitors a year.

9. Severn Valley Railway

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Home to one of the biggest collections of steam locomotives and carriages Severn Valley Railway is a must see for those staying in a hot tub cottage in Worcestershire. Freedom of the line' tickets are great value for money as they include access to the visitor centre along with unlimited travel for the day of your visit. The route runs from Kidderminster to Bridgnorth and the station hosts varies events such as "back to the forties weekend" "family fun with Peppa Pig" and the "Autumn Steam Gala" Enjoy a bite to eat at the visitor centre restaurant which has beautiful views from the balcony of the surrounding countryside or for something a bit special, enjoy lunch aboard one of 2 restaurant carriages which operate every Sunday.

10. Little Malvern Court

This pretty oak framed Priors hall dating back to the 15th century set in 10 acres of picturesque grounds offers stunning views of the Severn Valley, housing a fine collection of art and furniture along with 18th and 19th century needlework it is the perfect place to relax on a summer's day, you can enjoy afternoon tea or a slice of homemade cake in the Courtyard Tearoom and stroll around the beautiful water garden surrounded by old fashioned plants and roses offering a host of photographic opportunities.

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