This cosy cottage adjoins the owners’ 18th century farmhouse, ideally located in the picturesque village of Elmley Castle in Worcestershire.
The Cottage provides a perfect base for a romantic break and those wishing to explore the stunning countryside this area has to offer.
As you open the garden gate you immediately feel at ease with the tranquil surroundings.
The front door takes you into the kitchen where a romantic meal can be prepared with a dining area for two.
The sitting room makes a great place to unwind after exploring the area, relax on the sofa and enjoy your favourite TV programme or film, or throw open the doors on a summers evening to enjoy the picturesque garden.
Head upstairs to the first floor bedroom which boasts ceiling and wall beams and provides a peaceful place for a good night’s sleep.
The private patio outside the cottage makes a lovely area to sit and enjoy a good book, from where you can enjoy the owner's beautiful cottage garden and look out for the hens!
Just a short stroll from the cottage is the village pub, serving real ales and home cooked food.
From the doorstep of the cottage head up Bredon Hill looking out the remains of the Iron Age Fort, Roman remains and elephant stone!
The riverside towns of Pershore and Evesham are close by and offer a wide range of amenities to suit all tastes or take a day trip to Cheltenham, one of the many Cotswolds towns, beautiful spa town of Malvern and Shakespeare's birthplace, Stratford upon Avon is just a short drive away.
A delightful cottage in a stunning area, for a memorable holiday at any time of year.
About the location
Pershore 3 miles, Evesham 4 miles, Cheltenham 16 miles.
The picturesque village of Elmley Castle lies at the foot of Bredon Hill and is reputed to be one of the 10 most beautiful villages in the country, with the main street remaining unchanged for 100's for years. This quintessential English village offers a charming 16th century pub and boasts many lovely walks and cycle rides, whilst at the top of Bredon Hill Iron Age Hill Fort remains and Roman earthworks can be seen. The surrounding countryside is famous for fruit growing and market gardening and a Plum Festival can be enjoyed throughout the month of August. Visit the riverside town of Pershore which has a magnificent Norman Abbey, Georgian architecture and a large number of individual shops, cafes and pubs. Take a trip to Malvern with its stunning hills offering over 100 miles of footpaths or take in a show at The Three Counties Show Ground which take place all year round. There are many National Trust properties in the area, open gardens and unspoilt Cotswold towns and villages. Stratford Upon Avon, Cheltenham and Upton on Severn are all within easy reach and make a great day out.