Beautiful detached cottage dating to the 17th century with well-maintained original features, situated in a secluded location in the Malvern Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
This cottage enjoys a wonderfully secluded location in the stunning Malvern Hills, making it an ideal getaway for those who enjoy country walks, breath-taking landscapes, and cosy village pubs. In fact, the nearest village is just two miles away and offers two such pubs, as well as a handy village shop. For those who like to explore the local towns whilst on holiday, there are some lovely local places to spend the day including Ludlow, Hereford, and Leominster, all of which are within easy driving distance. Also in the local area and well worth a visit are West Midlands Safari Park, Witley Court, and the Severn Valley Steam Railway.
This spacious detached property makes a great place to enjoy a break away with family and friends, and has some lovely original features which give guests a taste of the property’s 500-year history. Guests enter this property through the rear door, which brings them to hallway with its attractive quarry tiled floor, off from which is the cosy farmhouse style kitchen/diner, with its large dining table, oven, hob, fridge/freezer, dishwasher, washing machine, and tumble dryer. The lounge, which is also located on the ground floor, has a large fireplace with a warming wood burner, two sofas, a TV, and DVD. One of the bedrooms can be found on the ground floor, a twin room with 3’ wide beds, and there is also a downstairs shower room with WC. Taking the stairs to the first floor, guests will find the three remaining bedrooms, two of these are king-size rooms, whilst the fourth bedroom is another twin room, again with 3’ wide single beds. The bathroom on this floor has a shower-over-bath and WC.
Outside, the property benefits from a spacious south-facing garden which is mainly set to lawn with attractive flowered borders. In addition to this, there is a wonderful, unusual addition to the outside space, in the form of an attractive loggia which provides the perfect place to enjoy alfresco meals under the shady roof. On the other side of the cottage, the original cider press sits under a second covered area, beyond which is the games room where guests will find a table tennis table, as well as the cider mill, which no longer works, but makes an attractive feature nonetheless. There is off-road parking provided.
Dogs fees are charged per dog at £20.00 for up to 7 nights, £40.00 for up to 14 nights and an additional £20.00 for every week or part week thereafter.