Holiday Cottages in the West Midlands

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  • Last Minute Cottages - Xidong Cottage - Uk45666 - One-Bedroom Holiday Home
  • 1

    Shropshire

    Xidong Cottage - Uk45666 - One-Bedroom Holiday Home

    Ref: S852404

    Reviews 2

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    This holiday home's special features are the hot tub and the fireplace. The holiday home's kitchen, which features a dishwasher and kitchenware, is available for cooking and storing food. The holiday home provides a washing machine, a private...

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    £81

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  • Last Minute Cottages - Palace Bungalow
  • 2

    Herefordshire

    Palace Bungalow

    Ref: S600150

    Reviews 21

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    Close to Ross-on-Wye and The Forest of Dean, this mediaeval village in Herefordshire features two excellent pubs and a well-stocked general store. The village is conveniently located near two popular hiking routes: the Herefordshire Trail and the...

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    £68

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  • Last Minute Cottages - Barn in Worcestershire
  • 1

    Worcestershire

    Barn in Worcestershire

    Ref: S534828

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    Spacious and stylish barn conversion set on the owner s estate enjoying stunning views within a peaceful countryside setting. The hamlet of Sheriffs Lench is an excellent base to explore the Cotswolds with popular Broadway 12.3 miles away,...

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    £81

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  • Last Minute Cottages - Runnymede
  • 2

    Gloucestershire

    Runnymede

    Ref: S394499

    Reviews 35

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    Resting alongside the confluence of the River Severn and Avon, and ideally located for exploring the beautiful surrounding areas of Gloucestershire, is the delightful market town of Tewkesbury. The town still retains its traditional medieval...

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    £82

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  • Last Minute Cottages - Hoden View
  • 2

    Worcestershire

    Hoden View

    Ref: S93008

    Reviews 55

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    The centre of Cleeve Prior boasts many lovely walks, and a traditional village pub, situated between Evesham and Stratford-upon-Avon. Broadway is nearby with its individual shops and boutiques, art galleries, restaurants and hotels including the...

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    £68

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  • Last Minute Cottages - Fern House
  • 1

    Shropshire

    Fern House

    Ref: S95155

    Reviews 51

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    Leintwardine is a village in Herefordshire and boasts a listed pub and a shop. The area offers walks including the Herefordshire Trail and the Shropshire Way. Ludlow is nearby, offering more than 500 listed buildings and a range of quaint shops,...

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    £54

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  • Last Minute Cottages - The Potting Shed, Weston-under-Lizard, Shifnal
  • Staffordshire

    The Potting Shed, Weston-under-Lizard, Shifnal

    Ref: S69661

    Reviews 60

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    Taking inspiration from its former use, the design scheme weaves in gentle nods to its heritage with white washed walls and quirky features, but with all the home comforts you would expect. Entering the property through large glazed doors, the...

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    £138

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  • Last Minute Cottages - The Stable
  • Herefordshire

    The Stable

    Ref: S40382

    Reviews 54

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    A tiny rural hamlet, in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Deepdean is situated in the wonderful Wye Valley close to the magnificent Royal Forest of Dean. Deepdean is ideally located between the delightful historic market towns of Ross-on-Wye...

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    £74

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  • Last Minute Cottages - Lilac Cottage
  • 2

    Worcestershire

    Lilac Cottage

    Ref: S102870

    Reviews 76

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    Malvern offers both history and countryside, the Malvern Hills AONB provides outdoor activities, and the Malvern Theatres offer plays, musicals, and dance. The more energetic can try high ropes, climbing and abseiling. Other nearby attractions...

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    £90

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  • Last Minute Cottages - Sutton Barn
  • 2

    Herefordshire

    Sutton Barn

    Ref: S520275

    Reviews 14

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    While Drybrook, a former royal hunting ground in the Forest of Dean, is charming in its own right, it also offers a wide range of services to visitors, including a village store and post office as well as a butcher, fish and chip shop, and local...

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    £70

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  • Last Minute Cottages - The Wainscott
  • Shropshire

    The Wainscott

    Ref: S2127

    Reviews 20

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    Three of Shropshire's loveliest hills Stiperstones, Caradoc and the Long Mynd are close to the hamlet of Great Lyth. This is a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and visitors can enjoy its attractions in a variety of ways, from...

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    £63

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  • Last Minute Cottages - Lake View Cottage
  • Shropshire

    Lake View Cottage

    Ref: S37865

    Reviews 52

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    The small market town of Market Drayton stands on the River Tern in north Shropshire. With many excellent shops, pubs and restaurants to discover, this is a wonderful area to explore. The Shropshire Union Canal and the Regional Cycle Route 75 run...

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    £120

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  • Last Minute Cottages - Apple Cottage - One-Bedroom Holiday Home
  • 1

    Shropshire

    Apple Cottage - One-Bedroom Holiday Home

    Ref: S845659

    Reviews 1

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    This holiday home provides a fireplace. Featuring a private entrance, this holiday home comprises 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom and a kitchen. The holiday home's kitchen, which has a dishwasher and kitchenware, is available for cooking and storing food....

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    £74

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  • Last Minute Cottages - Clover Patch Cottage
  • 2

    Worcestershire

    Clover Patch Cottage

    Ref: S608597

    Reviews 3

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    Between Leominster and Worcester, a cathedral city, and near to Hereford and Ledbury, is the Herefordshire market town of Bromyard. Bromyard hosts a yearly folk festival in addition to having stores, cafes, and bars. The nearby Bringsty Common and...

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    £56

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  • Last Minute Cottages - Cottage in Shropshire
  • 1

    Shropshire

    Cottage in Shropshire

    Ref: S276614

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    Ludlow is a thriving market town and an architectural gem, situated above the River Teme and is surrounded by the countryside of south Shropshire, busy throughout the year with events and festivals celebrating food, arts, crafts, theatre, and the...

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    £88

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  • Last Minute Cottages - Red Lion Lodge - Two-Bedroom Holiday Home
  • 1

    Shropshire

    Red Lion Lodge - Two-Bedroom Holiday Home

    Ref: S845674

    Reviews 6

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    This holiday home's special feature is the fireplace. Boasting a private entrance, this holiday home includes 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms and a kitchen. The holiday home's kitchen, which features a dishwasher and kitchenware, is available for cooking...

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    £68

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  • Last Minute Cottages - Cottage in Herefordshire
  • 2

    Herefordshire

    Cottage in Herefordshire

    Ref: S232044

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    This property is situated in the village of Goodrich, within the picturesque surroundings of the Wye Valley. Goodrich Castle, a fantastic example of a Norman castle, maintained by English Heritage, is within walking distance of the property and...

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    £60

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  • Last Minute Cottages - Barn in Herefordshire
  • 1

    Herefordshire

    Barn in Herefordshire

    Ref: S522059

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    The Olchon Valley is situated on the Herefordshire/Welsh border within the Black Mountains on the eastern edge of the Brecon Beacons National Park. It s an area of special scientific interest, with a profusion of birds, plants, and animals, some...

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    £84

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  • Last Minute Cottages - The Beehive - One-Bedroom Holiday Home
  • Staffordshire

    The Beehive - One-Bedroom Holiday Home

    Ref: S847291

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    Boasting a private entrance, this holiday home includes 1 bedroom and 1 bathroom with a shower. The holiday home's kitchen, which has kitchenware, is available for cooking and storing food. This holiday home offers heating and a TV. The unit has 1...

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    £79

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  • Last Minute Cottages - The Cart House, Bridgnorth
  • Shropshire

    The Cart House, Bridgnorth

    Ref: S778725

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    Once used to store farm carts, The Cart House now provides a contemporary, modern, open-plan living space which is bathed in natural light through the bi folding doors making this the idyllic rural retreat.. The open-plan living area consists of...

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    £131

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  • Last Minute Cottages - Bellamour End Cottage
  • Staffordshire

    Bellamour End Cottage

    Ref: S243556

    Reviews 59

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    Rugeley is a market town lying in the diverse county of Staffordshire, close by to the Cannock Chase Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, it provides a gateway to a wealth of beautiful countryside landscapes, as well as within reach of the...

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    £72

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  • Last Minute Cottages - Garden Barn
  • 1

    Shropshire

    Garden Barn

    Ref: S2077

    Reviews 56

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    The small village of Billingsley is surrounded by beautiful Shropshire countryside and is only seven miles from Bridgnorth. The area offers excellent walking and cycling routes, as well as boasting easy access to country parks, great houses,...

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    £58

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  • Last Minute Cottages - Cottage in Herefordshire
  • 1

    Herefordshire

    Cottage in Herefordshire

    Ref: S778450

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    This charming cottage attached to the owner s home is ideal for couples that want to embrace the outdoors, offering access onto many trails and footpaths, suitable for both walkers and cyclists, from the front door. A great opportunity to leave...

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    £87

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  • Last Minute Cottages - Ensdon Lea Cottage
  • 1

    Shropshire

    Ensdon Lea Cottage

    Ref: S219079

    Reviews 19

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    Nesscliffe is a delightful village resting in the countryside of Shropshire. Best known for the Nesscliffe Hill Country Park, it promises wonderful walking routes and fantastic views. The village benefits from a selection of shops and a pub...

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    £68

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    West Midlands Holiday Cottages

    The West Midlands is a great holiday destination with something for everyone, from heritage sites and lovely countryside to unique attractions, like Drayton Manor theme park. Warwick Castle and Coventry Cathedral are must-see modern attractions located here. Unique to the area, the English Waterways canals are a great family day out, whether that's spending time on the water, or strolling along the bank.

    Our West Midlands holiday cottages have been hand-picked for their great charm and location. We have intimate cabins with private hot tubs and open fireplaces for romantic getaways, or airy barn conversions for large groups. For pet-friendly holidays for the whole family, try our open-plan farmhouses with secure gardens.

    At Snaptrip, we have thousands of holiday cottages throughout the UK, all backed by our best price guarantee.. Explore Dudley's limestone caverns or stay in the heart of Nottingham for world-class food and exciting new bars - whatever you want, you can find your ideal West Midlands holiday cottage with our handy search filters. Our friendly customer service team is always on hand to help you choose.

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    Frequent questions

    • What is the West Midlands best known for?

      The West Midlands is best known for its rich industrial heritage, being the birthplace of the Industrial Revolution and home to iconic manufacturing cities such as Birmingham and Coventry. It is also renowned for its cultural contributions, including world-class museums, art galleries, and being the birthplace of famous bands like Black Sabbath and Duran Duran.

    • Is Birmingham worth visiting?

      Yes, Birmingham is definitely worth visiting. As the second-largest city in the UK, it offers a vibrant and diverse atmosphere with a wealth of attractions. From its stunning architecture, including the iconic Library of Birmingham and the modern Bullring shopping center, to its thriving cultural scene with renowned museums, art galleries, and a vibrant culinary scene, Birmingham has something to offer for every visitor.

    • How do you spend a day in the West Midlands?

      A great way to spend a day in the West Midlands is to start by exploring the city of Birmingham, visiting its famous landmarks like the Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery or taking a stroll along the canals. Then, venture out to the historic town of Warwick to visit the majestic Warwick Castle and immerse yourself in medieval history. Finally, unwind in the natural beauty of the region by exploring the scenic landscapes of the Peak District or enjoying a leisurely walk through the picturesque Stratford-upon-Avon, the birthplace of William Shakespeare.

    • How many days are enough for the West Midlands?

      The ideal duration for exploring the West Midlands largely depends on your interests and the specific places you wish to visit. However, to get a good taste of the region's highlights, a suggested timeframe would be around 3 to 5 days. This allows you to explore the vibrant city of Birmingham, visit historic sites like Warwick Castle and Coventry Cathedral, and enjoy the natural beauty of the surrounding countryside.

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