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The Tractor Shed

Broadheath, Worcestershire, Worcestershire (Ref. 1067445)



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8 Customer Review(s)

  • “It was just the right size for two people… brilliant use of the space and very cosy.”

    It had everything you needed and good quality too. We really enjoyed the fire pit and hammock. It was also secluded but near enough to shops and amenities… and the owners were very friendly and helpful.

    It had everything you needed and good quality too. We really enjoyed the fire pit and hammock. It was also secluded but near enough to shops and amenities… and the owners were very friendly and helpful.

    - Sharon, August 2021

About the property

If you and your partner are seeking a unique accommodation nestled at the heart of the Worcestershire countryside, look no further than The Tractor Shed, a single-storey lodge situated on the outskirts of the village of Broadheath.

With a plenty of walking opportunities within the local area, as well as a host of National Trust properties and outdoor activities, The Tractor Shed in an exceptional base for that long-awaited, action-packed holiday with your loved one.

Admire your rural surroundings before entering into the open-plan living space, where the vaulted ceilings are a striking element to the room and the extensive windows allow plenty of natural light to fill the space throughout the day.

Complementing the charm of plywood walls is the contemporary fixtures and furnishings, where a sumptuous leather sofa piled with cushions invites you to relax in front of the Smart TV, whilst the small dining table is a great spot for a romantic meal and lingering over a bottle of wine at the end of a bracing day on the Malvern Hills.

The kitchen comes well-equipped to cater for yourselves, including an electric oven and hob, a microwave and a fridge/freezer, as well as ample of preparation space to prepare a picnic for the next day’s hike or a home-cooked dish to enjoy an evening.

As the day draws to a close, close the blinds to create a warm and cosy space and retire to the plush duvet and quality linens that drape across the double bed, where sleep is sure to come easy.

Concluding the interior of the lodge is the en-suite shower room, boasting a spacious walk-in shower, a sleek basin and WC.

Continuing to impress is the exterior of the holiday home, where you and your partner can soak up the sunshine from the decked area with seating or come evening, light up the fire pit to roast marshmallows and keep warm as you rest underneath a canopy of stars!

Better acquaint yourself with your surroundings by meandering through the tiny hamlet of Kenswick, boasting a great supply of walks, including the country footpath located behind the property, which will take you all the way to Cob House Country Park and many more stunning locations.

Find your way to the larger village of Broadheath, where you will find a selection of two pubs, The Bell and The Dewdrop, which offers a fine-dining opportunity, perfect for those evenings where you do not feel like cooking.

The village also plays host to a shop, ideal for picking up the essentials, as well as a National Trust museum, which was the birthplace of English composer Edward Elgar.

Venture slightly further afield to Hallow, a small village resting alongside the River Severn, where you will find The Crown Inn, a highly recommended pub, as is the Masons Arms in Martley, whilst there is an authentic Thai restaurant a couple of miles up the road in Wichenford called Chim Doo, where you can dine in or relish in a takeaway back at the lodge.

Afternoons can be spent exploring the National Trust owned properties of Brockhampton Estate, Wichenford Dovecote and Hawford Dovecote, or venturing to Worcester, where you can brush up on the local history further by visiting the Tudor House Museum and The Commandery, an extensive war museum in Charles II’s former headquarters.

Avid ramblers can look forward to discovering the nearby Malvern Hills, boasting a network of paths from gentle strolls along tree-lined paths or the more challenging options of a trek along the ridge of the hills, each one offering views of glorious countryside.

Bring your loved one to The Tractor Shed to share a memorable break.


  • All-ground-floor
  • One double bedroom with en-suite walk-in shower, basin and WC
  • Open-plan living space with kitchen, dining area and sitting area
  • Electric central heating
  • Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge/freezer
  • Smart TV and WiFi
  • Fuel and power inc. in rent
  • Bed linen and towels inc. in rent
  • Off-road parking for 2 cars
  • Decked area with seating and lawn area with seating and fire pit
  • Sorry, no pets or smoking allowed
  • Shop and pub 1.2 miles
  • Note: Babes in arms only

Note: This property has a Good Housekeeping bond of £150.

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About the location


Worcester 2.8 miles; Hereford 25.7 miles

Officially known as Lower Broadheath, set in the Malvern Hillls district of Worcestershire, is Broadheath. This civil parish also includes Upper Broadheath and is located 3 miles north-west of Worcester, with a Post Office, shop, village hall and a few pubs. It is also the birthplace of English composer Edward Elgar, whose cottage is now a museum. Relax with a refreshing drink in the Bell Inn or grab a spot of lunch; it has an enviable reputation for serving some of the best food in Worcestershire. Just a couple of miles away is the cathedral city of Worcester, dating back to 400BC, offering individual shops, traditional pubs, tea rooms and restaurants. Many festivals can be enjoyed throughout the year, including the Three Choirs, and The Swan Theatre hosts both professional and amateur productions throughout the year. The market town of Pershore boasts an imposing Norman abbey, while the surrounding countryside is famous for fruit growing and market gardening. The Malvern Hills, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, which forms a 9-mile range of ancient rock offers miles of footpaths and bridleways, with wondrous views each way you turn. This is a superb base to choose for your next break.

Region Information

Note: There is a Good Housekeeping Bond of £150 for this property

This property offers the following short breaks:

  • Winter
  • Off-season
  • Last minute
  • Christmas