A Worcestershire glamping site has been named among the best winter glampsites in the UK by The Telegraph.

While you won’t feel the heat of summer on a winter getaway, they can be just as refreshing as you take time away from your work and home surroundings.

The Telegraph has compiled 10 of the best spots for a winter getaway to help you with some staycation inspiration.

Bluebell is based near Broadway in Worcestershire and offers a “quirky base” for those who want to explore the area.

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You can see the full list via The Telegraph website.

What did The Telegraph say about Bluebell?

Made from two shipping containers, Bluebell offers a unique stay.

One of the containers has been converted into a bedroom with an ensuite while the other makes for a “comfy” lounge kitchen.

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An open but covered deck connects the two containers so you can watch the world go by in all weathers.

The cabin sleeps up to three people and costs from £190 for two nights.

The Telegraph said: “On a crisp winter’s day, you won’t find a comelier spot than the Cotswolds. The utter Englishness of these rolling hills is magical under a sparkle of frost, just as snowdrops begin to pop up in local woodlands.”

To book or find out more information about the cabins, you can visit the website here.

10 of the best winter glampsites

Here is the full list of glampsites by The Telegraph.

  • Off grid cabins in Carmarthenshire
  • Vintage shepherd's hut in Kent
  • Wooden pods on the Isle of Skye
  • Cabin in Herefordshire
  • Cabin in Powys
  • Three cabins in Northumbria
  • Cabins made from shipping containers in Worcestershire
  • Cabin and converted railway wagon in the Cairngorms
  • Tipi tents in Devon
  • Four cabins in Shropshire

You can find out more about all the glamping options via The Telegraph website.