THE nation is back in lockdown which means our regular travel and holiday plans have been disrupted.

As it stands, the lockdown is expected to end on December 2- but it could be extended if infection rates remain the same.

However, it’s not all doom and gloom as we can start planning our next luxury weekend break as something to look forward to after lockdown.

From top-rated hotels to luxury treehouse homes, there is a staycation accommodation to suit everyone’s preferences on this list.

Best of all, all of these places are less than 40 minutes from Worcester

Here are five unique and luxurious accommodation to consider staying at in Worcestershire:

A Swedish Cottage, Worcester

Droitwich Advertiser: Lillia Stugan (Photo: Canopy and Stars)Lillia Stugan (Photo: Canopy and Stars)

If you’re looking for luxury accommodation that’s also a little bit different, then you should consider this Lilla Stugan, or ‘little cottage’, in Worcester.

The cottage itself is filled with Swedish memorabilia, such as Moomin books and vintage ABBA records.

The cottage is ideal for the colder month as there is a huge fire pit outdoors, complete with a cooking pot to boil hearty stews in.

Best of all, there is also a wood-fired hot tub to sink into.

Prices start from £120 per night.

Discover more on the Canopy and Stars website.

Worcester Bank House Hotel and Spa, Worcester

Droitwich Advertiser: Worcester Bank Hotel (Photo: Facebook/Worcester Bank Hotel and Spa)Worcester Bank Hotel (Photo: Facebook/Worcester Bank Hotel and Spa)
We know that Worcestershire is home to some luxurious hotels- but if you still want luxury without straying far from home, then Worcester Bank House Hotel and Spa is the ideal place to book

The four-star hotel features a luxury spa and an 18-hole Florida style golf course.

There are 66 tastefully decorated rooms in the hotel, all of which have modern facilities and en-suite bathrooms.

Droitwich Advertiser: The Penthouse Suite (Photo: Facebook/ Worcester Bank House Hotel and Spa)The Penthouse Suite (Photo: Facebook/ Worcester Bank House Hotel and Spa)

For a truly luxurious stay, consider renting a superior room or even the hotel’s Penthouse Suite.

This room boasts views of the Malvern Hills and beyond- it also has a double bedroom and a master bedroom.

There is also a private kitchenette, lounge and separate dining area for six people.

Find out more about this suite on the Bank House website.

Orchard Treehouse, Little Comberton

Droitwich Advertiser: Orchard Treehouse (Photo: Canopy and Stars)Orchard Treehouse (Photo: Canopy and Stars)

Have you ever dreamed about spending the night in a treehouse? In Worcestershire, that dream is entirely possible.

This magnificent accommodation is wrapped around a pine tree in the grounds of a medieval Manor house.

Inside, you will find a kingsize double bed and two single cabin beds to sink into.

Droitwich Advertiser: Inside the treehouse (Photo: Canopy and Stars)Inside the treehouse (Photo: Canopy and Stars)

The cleverly designed space has plenty of secret nooks and corners to explore and also has a spiral staircase leading up to the bath.

Best of all, there is also a private hot tub to have a soak in with at the end of a long day.

Prices to rent this treehouse start from £260 per night- book your own adventure at Canopy and Stars.

Forest View Retreat, Kidderminster

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Fancy an adults only retreat?

There are three luxury log cabins to choose from at Forest View Retreat- all of them are 4 Star Gold Award rated by Quality in Tourism.

All of the cabins have their own hot tubs to soak in after a day of exploring. 

Best of all, you will be surrounded by wildlife during your stay; deer roam the surrounding fields and you might be able to spot one while relaxing on the balcony of your cabin.

Prices start from £480 based on a three night weekend stay.

Riverside Cottage, Pershore

Droitwich Advertiser: Riverside Cottage (Photo: Airbnb)Riverside Cottage (Photo: Airbnb)

This picturesque cottage in located on the banks of the River Avon.

The cottage can accommodate up to eight guests and there are three bedrooms to choose from.

Ideal for the colder months, there is an indoor fireplace at this cottage to huddle up next to.

There is also an outdoor hot tub to take a dip in.

The cottage is based on a working marina and you can even hire out a boat if you wanted to explore the River Avon.

As it stands, prices to rent this cottage in December start from £175 per night.

Find out more about this cottage on Airbnb.