A charming ground floor cottage situated in the grounds of the owner's home in the beautiful Vale of Evesham in Worcestershire.
The open plan living accommodation provides everything needed for a comfortable stay including a spacious sitting area, ideal for relaxing after a day exploring the area or relax at the breakfast bar while planning the following day's activities.
A charming double bedroom has the added benefit of an en-suite shower room.
Outside is a patio area with garden furniture, perferct for enjoying a refreshing drink before heading out to try one of the many excellent pubs in the village and surrounding area.
The area offers guests many lovely walks and cycle routes with Shakespeare's Avon Way and the Severn Way passing close by.
Visit the riverside town of Pershore and Tewkesbury, Evesham, the spa town of Cheltenham and the many Cotswold villages which have remained unchanged for hundreds of years.
A wonderful cottage for a romantic break at any time of year.
All ground floor: One double bedroom with en-suite shower, basin and WC. Open plan living area with kitchen, breakfast bar and sitting area.
About the location
Pershore 3.5 miles; Upton on Severn 5 miles; Malvern 12 miles; Cheltenham 16 miles.
Defford is a small village on the edge of Bredon Hill, in Worcestershire's Heritage Garden, one of the most unspoilt areas of England, famous for its Blossom Trail and locally grown fruit and veg. The elegant market town of Pershore, on the River Avon, is a short drive away, boasting Georgian architecture, a medieval Abbey and many shops, restaurants and traditional inns. Close by is the riverside town of Upton on Severn with its' flourishing marina, half-timbered buildings, music and water festivals, and popular local vineyard. The magnificent Malvern Hills and Stratford-upon-Avon, birthplace of Shakespeare, numerous National Trust properties, Cheltenham Racecourse and ancient mellow Cotswold villages are also within easy reach. The many delights of Worcestershire's open countryside, with its' agricultural shows, open gardens and village fetes, typifies rural England and was reputedly used as a model for BBC 4's The Archers. There are many lovely walks and cycle trails, museums and olde worlde pubs - something to suit all tastes and at time of year.