Have you ever wanted to take a look inside some of the most luxurious B&Bs and hotels in Worcestershire?

We have used Booking.com to find some of the most high-end accommodations in Worcestershire.

These hotels and bed and breakfasts have four or five stars, as well as enviable luxurious amenities which make them stand out from other places in the region.

A spokesperson for Booking.com said: “Our platform caters to all and weekend getaways are a great way to break up routines and make incredible memories in a short space of time!

“In the current climate, some travellers may wish to indulge a little more when it comes to their trips away- especially given that many of us have been booking trips closer to home in light of the current restrictions and therefore, saving money on other travel costs such as flights and transfers.

“Therefore, we may see people investing in more lavish accommodation than they would historically, and treating themselves to somewhere a bit higher in budget”.

Here are five luxury hotels and B&Bs in Worcestershire:

Abbots Grange, Broadway
Star rating: Five stars
Price (average price based on September/October dates): £225-£335 per night

Worcester News: Abbots Grange (Photo: Booking.com)Abbots Grange (Photo: Booking.com)

This adults only hotel is regarded as one of the most luxurious in Worcestershire- and with a croquet lawn and even a helicopter landing pad, you can see why.

Abbots Grange rooms feature solid oak four poster beds with fine Egyptian cotton sheets.

The Bishops Suite is one of the more luxurious rooms at Abbots Grange; this is where the monks used to relax and work on their manuscripts.
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The spacious suite has a traditional aesthetic with exposed timber beams and an open fire place.

The bedchamber is described as romantic and beautiful, with silk draped and a high-end en suite shower.

Find out more on Booking.com.

The Wood Norton, Evesham
Star rating: Four stars
Price: From £99-£394 per night

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Originally a hunting lodge from the Victorian era, The Wood Norton has been transformed into a luxury hotel.

It has still retained many of its original features, such as oak-panelled walls and open fireplaces.

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Rooms are traditionally furnished and each comes with an en suite bathroom and free toiletries.

The Princess Louise suite is the most expensive suites at The Wood Norton and rates start from £394.

The room benefits from exquisite wood panelling and even has its own private Romeo and Juliet balcony.

Find out more on Booking.com.

Eckington Manor, Pershore
Star rating: Five stars
Price (average price based on September/October dates): From £149 per night.

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This country house dates back to the 12th century and used to exist as four farm buildings.

It’s situated in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, with plenty of footpaths for guests to walk along.

The award-winning rooms are individually decorated- some have silk wallpaper and others have designer furniture.

Wherever possible, original beams and flagstones have been retained to give the rooms a more traditional feel.

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The Manor’s deluxe rooms (starting from £299) are bursting with charm and have lovely features such as beamed roof, free-standing roll top baths or log burning stoves.

A glass of prosecco and handmade truffles come with the room.

Want to find out more? Visit Booking.com.

Russell’s, Broadway
Star rating: Five stars
Price: From £140

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This five star B&B is one of Booking.com’s best sellers in Broadway.

The bedrooms are described as chic and luxury, with top-quality linens and designer toiletries.

Russell’s restaurant is focal point of the place, serving food made with local produce.

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If you want a truly luxurious getaway, stay in a suite; a suite comes with a super king-size bed and a separate seating area.

In the luxe marble bathroom ,you will find a jacuzzi bath and walk through shower.

Book your room online.

The Malvern Spa Hotel, Malvern
Star rating: Four stars
Price (average price based on September/October dates):
From £222

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A high point of this AA rated hotel are its spa and wellness facilities.

They offer a range of relaxing and holistic spa treatments- ideal if you want to get away from it all.

They also have a beautiful outdoor area, with comfortable seating and a fire pit.

Guests have a choice of executive rooms and The Suite when it comes to staying over night.

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Executive rooms feature en-suite rooms with a choice of bath or walk-in shower.

The Suite is ideal for more decadent getaways or special occasions.

It features a hydro-spa bath, his and hers wash basins, as well as a relaxing lounge area.

Discover more on Booking.com.