A stunning detached cottage with hot tub, located in the heart of the ancient Worcestershire village of Hanley Castle, between Upton-on-Severn and Malvern.
The owner's personal touches are evident as you enter this superb cottage, which has a well-equipped kitchen, and a wonderful sitting room with sumptuous sofas ideal for relaxing in front of the warming woodburning stove after a day exploring.
Enjoy a celebratory dinner or lazy Sunday lunch around the dining table.
Make your way upstairs to the two luxurious bedrooms, with Egyptian cotton bed linen and elegant furnishings ensuring a good night’s sleep.
A gorgeous family bathroom completes the first floor accommodation.
Outside, guests can relax in the hot tub, or dine alfresco on a summer's evening.
A short stroll takes you to the traditional Grade II listed village pub which serves good homecooked food and local ales and cider.
Close by is the pretty riverside town of Upton-on-Severn, home to The Pudding Shop, plus Malvern and the dramatic Malvern Hills as well as Worcester, Cheltenham, the Royal Forest of Dean and many lovely Cotswold towns and villages.
Two bedrooms: 1 x double with TV, 1 x twin. Bathroom with bath, separate shower, basin and WC. Ground floor basin and WC. Kitchen. Sitting room with dining area and woodburning stove.
About the location
Upton-upon-Severn 1.5 miles; Malvern 5 miles; Worcester 10 miles.
This ancient Worcestershire village lies in beautiful countryside between the riverside town of Upton-upon-Severn, the striking town of Malvern and the Malvern Hills. The village has a village green and a 15th century timbered pub, and was a former Royal hunting area of King John and is this also where, reputedly, P G Woodhouse based several stories. The pretty town of Upton-upon-Severn lies on the banks of the River Severn and boasts a variety of delightful 17th century buildings and attractive shops, including 'The Pudding Shop', traditional inns and cafes and its very own museum. It also plays host to many annual festivals, including Jazz, Folk and Blues Festivals, as well as the Sunshine Music Festival. This small, thriving town has its own marina, a vineyard and a well-stocked farm shop at the local fruit farm, plus the town’s medieval church, which is now a Heritage Centre, is topped by a striking 18th century cupola, known locally as 'The Pepperpot'. Also close by is the beautiful Worcestershire town of Malvern and the dramatic Malvern Hills. An Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the Malvern Hills offer 100 miles of footpaths and bridleways, and forms a nine-mile range of ancient rock. The Great Malvern Food Festival in June is well worth a visit, as are the many events at the Three Counties Show Ground and the Malvern Theatre, which welcomes productions from the West End and the Royal Shakespeare Company. There are many National Trust properties and gardens in the area, as well as outdoor activities to suit all abilities.