A charming detached timber lodge situated on a small exclusive park in the pretty village of Berrow.
The park is a very quiet and peaceful base which is ideally situated to explore the surrounding countryside and adjoins an area of outstanding natural beauty.
Furnished throughout to a high standard, the lodge provides contemporary accommodation perfect for a romantic break or small family holiday.
Set over the ground floor, the lodge has two lovely light and airy bedrooms, the master having an en-suite basin and WC.
The open plan living area complete with a well-equipped kitchen, dining area to seat all guests and sumptuous comfy seating, provides a cosy place to relax at the end of a day walking on the hills.
The doors from the sitting area lead to an enclosed front decked area with furniture, so no matter what time of day you can sit out with a drink and a good book.
The excellent dog-friendly village pub next door serves real ales and home-cooked food, and is definitely worth a visit, especially if you fancy a break from cooking.
The southern tip of the Malvern Hills is just a short drive away, offering hundreds of miles of footpaths and bridleways, all within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
The northern edge of the beautiful Forest of Dean is within easy reach and offers many activities for guests wishing to enjoy the outdoors.
Located on the border between Gloucestershire and Herefordshire there are a variety of towns and villages to suit all tastes including Tewkesbury, Cheltenham Spa, Gloucester, Hereford and Ledbury.
You are also only 4.5 miles from the Three Counties Showground which hosts a variety of events throughout the year.
This is a wonderful holiday cottage to be enjoyed all year round.
About the location
Ledbury 7 miles; Tewkesbury 7.4 miles; Malvern 9 miles; Cheltenham 16 miles; Ross-on-Wye 16.7 miles.
The scattered village of Berrow lies in beautiful Worcestershire countryside, close to the border with Herefordshire and Gloucestershire and just over half a mile from beautiful common land that adjoins the southern end of the Malvern Hills. The village offers many lovely walks, cycle routes and bridleways, as well as a village pub. Close by Pendock boasts a well-stocked village shop, a stunning Grade I listed church, and earthworks from a village dating back to medieval times. Nearby Ledbury lies on the River Leadon and is famous for its numerous timbered buildings, including Ledbury Park, believed to be one the finest Black and White buildings in England, as well as the 17th century Market House in the town centre and The Painted Room, home to 16th century frescoes. Nearby is Eastnor Castle, a fine example of a mock-19th century castle. Tewkesbury is only seven miles away which banks the rivers Avon and Severn and boasts a stunning cathedral and many amenities and shops. The beautiful Worcestershire town of Malvern dates back to the Bronze Age and is situated on the eastern side of the dramatic Malvern Hills. The town holds antiques fairs, WI country markets, farmers’ markets and many auctions throughout the year, as well as the Great Malvern Food Festival in June. The Malvern Theatre welcomes productions from the West End and the Royal Shakespeare Company. In the historic waterfront city of Gloucester you will find Roman foundations, Victorian Docklands and a magnificent Norman Cathedral (whose cloisters were used as a location in the Harry Potter films) rubbing shoulders with a bustling city centre boasting an incredible range of shops, markets, restaurants, pubs and visitor attractions. The delightful regency spa town of Cheltenham, with its historic Georgian architecture and incredible range of shops, cinemas, theatres, restaurants, pubs and visitor attractions, as well as numerous festivals, including the famous Gold Cup horseracing meeting, is just a short drive away. For those attending the many events at the Three Counties Showground it is only a 10 minute drive away.