- Garden / Patio
- Pub/shop < 1 mile
- Washing machine
A charming 16th century, former wool merchant's cottage, ideally located in the centre of the pretty Staffordshire village of Kinver, close to the Worcestershire and Shropshire border. A charming and spacious cottage, this is the ideal base for a family break in a beautiful part of the country. Set over three floors, this Kinver cottage seamlessly combines traditional charm with contemporary furnishings, with the attic master bedroom boasting a small en-suite shower room while the first floor has a double and a single bedroom as well as a main bathroom. The spacious ground floor accommodation offers a well-equipped fitted kitchen and a light and airy sitting room, with a dining area in the conservatory, overlooking the garden which is shared with the tearoom next door. Complete with original stone carvings leading to a lovely folly, the garden makes the perfect place to relax and unwind. The village of Kinver, a Conservation Area, has many listed buildings, numerous pubs and restaurants, individual shops and tea rooms. Lovely walks and cycle routes can be enjoyed in the tranquil countryside in and around the area with the Staffordshire Way running through the village. This is a wonderful Kinver cottage to enjoy at any time of the year.
Over three floors. Three bedrooms: 1 x second floor eaves double with small en-suite shower, basin and WC, 1 x double, 1 x single/dressing room with internal stain glass window. Bathroom with bath, basin and WC. Ground floor basin and WC. Kitchen. Sitting room with dining area. Shared reception/lobby.
Gas central heating. Electric oven, ceramic hob, microwave, fridge, freezer, washing machine, dishwasher, TV with Freeview, DVD, WiFi (available in the shared reception/lobby at the front of the cottage only), selection of books. Fuel and power inc. in rent. Bed linen and towels inc. in rent. Parking in free car park 2 mins walk away. Roadside parking for 1 hour outside property. Shared, lawned garden with patio, furniture and folly. Sorry, no pets and no smoking. Shop, pub and restaurants 1 min walk. River Stour 2 mins walk. Note: Children aged 12 and over only. Note: The owner's tea room garden next door is open to the cottage garden. Tea room open 8am - 5pm. Note: There is some low head height and doorways. Note: Property suitable for max. 4 guests. Note: Steep spiral staircase to second floor. Note: Property is unsuitable for wheelchair users and the infirm. Note: The cottage is entered through a reception/lobby area which is shared with occupants of the flat above the tea room. Note: The single bedroom does not have an external window, it does have a stained glass window in the wall which is shared with the double bedroom.
Note: Property suitable for max. 4 guests.
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About the location
Stourbridge 5 miles; Kidderminster 6 miles; Bridgnorth; 10 miles.
The ancient riverside village of Kinver, steeped in history, lies in beautiful Staffordshire countryside on the Worcestershire, Shropshire border. Boasting many ancient black and white buildings this charming village has many amenities, with individual shops to suit all tastes, traditional pubs, restaurants, tea rooms and its very own award-winning brewery! Kinver is overlooked by the impressive Kinver Edge, a sandstone ridge covering 300 acres and offering impressive views of the surrounding countryside, as well as evidence of Iron Age hill forts and cave-houses occupied until the mid 1900's. Nearby Stourbridge, famous for its glass making, has many lovely parks while Bewdley, once described as 'the most perfect Geogian town in Worcestershire', sits on the banks of the River Severn, close the medieval Wyre Forest with its many walks and cycle routes, and offers a good choice of pubs and cafes along the riverside as well as many tiny shops, antique and art galleries. Also close by are some of the best attractions in the country, including The Severn Valley Railway, the West Midland Safari Park, Cadbury World and the Black Country Living Museum, Ironbridge Gorge or the Royal Air Force Museum at Cosford. Excellent walking and biking can be enjoyed along the Staffordshire and Worcestershire or Stourbridge canals, both a haven for wildlife or why not visit one of the many country parks, great houses or museums in the area? The beautiful Malvern Hills, Shakespeare's Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwick with its magnificent castle, Ludlow, Bridgnorth and the many unspoilt Cotswold villages and towns make a great day out for all the family.