Warbler is a charming ground floor holiday apartment offering panoramic views over the adjacent fishing lake and nearby fields. Located on a ‘family farm and fisheries’ near Droitwich Spa in rural Worcestershire, Warbler is one of 4 comfortable and modern pet friendly holiday apartments on the property. All guests have fishing access to the three onsite lakes which offer a variety of fish including specimen Carp, Bream, Roach, Perch and Tench. Fishing rods are available to hire at the farm, as are bicycles - allowing you to explore the local area.
Warbler has a sunny terrace with a barbecue & al fresco dining furniture, all overlooking the water for perfect relaxing sunny days and evening drinks looking over the lake.
The property has one bedroom with super king-sized bed and one bathroom, comfortably accommodating 2 guests, although there’s plenty of space for two extra guests to sleep on the comfy sofa bed in the quieter additional lounge area.
There is an open plan, high-quality kitchen which is very well-equipped. It has granite worktops, an American fridge freezer with filtered cold-water dispenser, an induction hob, oven, microwave, dishwasher and washing machine.
This contemporary property is perfectly located to explore historic Worcester (which also offers excellent shopping), the naturally beautiful Malvern Hills, Stratford-Upon Avon (Shakespeare’s birthplace and location of the Royal Shakespeare Theatre) and the gorgeous, quintessentially English, Cotswolds – with a multitude of pretty villages and towns as your fingertips - all within a 45-minute drive from Warbler.
Warbler is one of four adjoining properties on the farm, along with Goldfinch, Nuthatch and The Swallows. For larger groups (family or friends) you may wish to consider booking two or more of these lovely apartments, so that you can enjoy the experience together.
Bedrooms & Bathrooms
The bedroom has superb views of the lake and offers a super king-sized zip and link bed, which can also be made up as twin single beds if required. The bedroom has fitted wardrobes and a Smart TV. The bathroom and dressing room has a large walk-in shower plus heated electric towel rail.
Sofa Bed in the extra lounge area converts to a second double if required. Please note: there is a £25 fee for use of the sofa bed.
Family bathroom - with large walk in shower, WC and heated towel rail.
Up to two dogs are welcome at a cost of £25 per pet.
Terms & Conditions
25% Deposit is required on booking, balance is due 12 weeks beforehand.
A security deposit of £100 is required which will be refunded after departure provided all is in good order
Booking deposits are non-refundable. 50% refund of full amount for cancellations one month prior to check in. No refund for cancellations less than one month prior to holiday. Please ensure you have your own travel insurance in place. £25 admin cost will be deducted from refunds.
Heating and electricity are included in the cost of your stay.
Bed linen, towels and kitchen linen are provided.
Check in - 3.00pm & check out is 10.00am.
Bikes, fishing rods and other optional rental equipment are all used at your own risk
Located close to Worcester, The Cotswolds and Stratford upon Avon, there is so much to explore within a short drive .
Worcester has been officially named the happiest city in the UK several times in recent years. The Cathedral, riverside, historical sites, shops, eateries and watering holes all stand in close proximity, in a pretty and friendly city centre. Contemporary architecture gracefully combines with half-timbered buildings from it's medieval past. You'll find charming boutiques as well as popular high-street chains
Stratford-Upon-Avon is a medieval market town alongside the River Avon. Most well known as the birthplace of William Shakespeare and the place where he spent much of his life, there is a lot of history and culture to soak up.
The Cotswolds hardly need an introduction. A national treasure, made up of quintessentially English villages, fabulous market towns and stunning open countryside. Spanning five counties, each area has it's own beauty yet all with those defining Cotswold features: golden stone and rolling hills.