From a luxurious log cabin in Birmingham to a quirky converted water tower, Airbnb has revealed the most desired stays in the West Midlands. These photos below show the top 10 “Most Desired Homes” in the stunning region.

Spanning picturesque landscapes from Worcestershire to Shropshire, it’s no surprise that many are hidden rural havens, including a forest lodge in Alton, a luxury barn in Solihull and a hot tub pod in the famously fairytale village of Hartlebury. of fairies.

Airbnb hosts in the West Midlands made a combined £74 million in 2022 by offering alternatives to hotels. They each earned an average of around £5,000 over the year, according to the hosting company. Take a look at the most desired properties and what made them so special in our photo gallery below or visit the Airbnb website to learn more.

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This converted water tower in Kenilworth is a unique Airbnb stay at Long Meadow Farm.

It has two rooms and capacity for four. on the edge of an orchard with “spectacular views of the Warwickshire countryside”. Prices from around £175 per night.

(Image: Kenilworth Water Tower)

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The Dome at Edgbaston in Birmingham is also called the Willowbrook Log Cabin.

It comes with a complimentary bottle of soda and includes a hot tub to enjoy while taking in the views of Bournbrook. From around £107 per night.

(Image: The Edgbaston Dome)

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Alton Forest Lodge is a three-bedroom, two-bathroom, seven-bed Oakamoor cottage.

Tucked away in stunning old-growth woodland in Staffordshire and on the edge of the Peak District National Park, prices start from around £170 per night.

(Image: Alton Forest Lodge)

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The Retreat is tucked away in a Warwickshire village close to Henley-in-Arden and Stratford upon Avon.

The one-bed cabin includes a kitchenette and a bathroom with a shower. It even overlooks a natural pool. From £99 per night.

(Image: The Retreat Warwickshire)

5 out of 10

Hovel Country Haven is based on a working Warwickshire farm and set amongst a vineyard.

This one bed converted barn is also close to Birmingham airport and has its own hot tub. It costs around £227 per night.

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This spacious accommodation in the Shropshire countryside sleeps 16 and includes a wood burning hot tub and pool table.

Westwood Lodge at Wenlock Studios is described as a “quiet retreat for families and friends to come together” near Much Wenlock. Prices are around 1,000 pounds a night.

(Image: Westwood Lodge)

7 out of 10

This one bedroom country cottage in the village of Hartlebury is located between Stourport and Kidderminster in Worcestershire, close to the West Midlands Safari Park.

Called The Rabbit Hole, has a hot tub and is described as a ‘unique glamping’ stay. Prices from £129 per night.

(Image: Hartlebury rabbit hole)

8 out of 10

Close to Alton Towers, this Shepherd’s Hut is located in the middle of the Staffordshire countryside.

It has its own wood stove, bathroom, mini kitchen and Jacuzzi bed that can be rented. Prices are around £78 per night.

(Image: Shepherds Hut Alton)

9 out of 10

Located within the Longdon Hall estate, this Solihull lThe luxury barn conversion has its own indoor pool and hot tub.

Longdon Barn, near Knowle, sleeps four people and has two bedrooms within its Grade II listed premises. Prices are around £321 per night.

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This renovated five-bedroom, two-bathroom Solihull luxury property is close to Birmingham Airport, the NEC and Resorts World.

It has capacity for 9 people and also has security cameras. Prices are from £80 per night.


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