Book a small cottage that sleeps two in the Heart of England
For an authentic holiday, why not try renting a picturesque cottage for one or two people in Worcestershire, in the apple and hop growing Heart of England? Your one bedroom holiday cottage will come equipped with all that you need for a relaxing self-catering break, such as a fully-equipped kitchen and bathroom with a shower, bath or both. You might also want to rent one with a special feature such as an outdoor hot tub for if you’re visiting for a special occasion or to simply indulge. Some cottages also have their own gardens with decking, a barbecue and stylish furniture, so that you and your companion can spend some quiet time outdoors with a good book on the days when you don’t fancy exploring.
Lovely Worcestershire cottage breaks for two
Worcestershire can be found in the West Midlands of England and is home to the cathedral city of Worcester. There are plenty of charming villages and towns in which to reside on a self-catering holiday here, and highlights include the Cotswolds, of which part in is Worcestershire, the spa town of Malvern along with the stunning Malvern Hills, and the 18th century mansion of Croome Court. If you are after a bit of everything, from characterful settlements steeped in history, to beautiful countryside perfect for walks and bike rides, then Worcestershire is an ideal choice.
Pine lodge holidays with one bedroom in Worcestershire
Pine lodge holidays in Worcestershire are another possible self-catered option. Pine lodges tend to have either one or two bedrooms, a decked area surrounding the living accommodation which is more often than not open-plan. There is a separate bathroom and bedroom. The open-plan design makes for an airy and spacious atmosphere, especially if the lodge also has large picture windows. Pine lodges are often situated beside a golf course or a fishing lake.
Make yourselves at home in Worcestershire with a cottage holiday
You might enjoy feeling like a local instead of a tourist when you go away. If so, renting a cottage is a great way to feel like you live in the area and you will undoubtedly get into conversation with the residents, especially if you book a pet-friendly cottage and take a dog. Dog walkers in England always stop and talk to each other. You can shop for groceries with your neighbours, cook delicious home cooked meals to enjoy in front of the TV or in the dining room, and finish your day in the cosy bedroom of your accommodation. With plenty of options for one bedroom cottages in Worcestershire, you are spoilt for choice. However, there is bound to be the perfect property in this lovely county just waiting for you and a friend.