A charming handcrafted detached log cabin with hot tub, ideally located on the outskirts of Ripple, a traditional Worcestershire village with many black-and-white timbered buildings, and an excellent village pub.
Thoughtfully furnished throughout, this delightful Ripple cottage offers spacious, contemporary accommodation, perfect for a getaway with friends, or a family holiday in an unspoilt part of the country.
Set over the ground floor, with stunning views from the front of the property, this Ripple log cabin has three spacious bedrooms, with the master having an en-suite bathroom.
The large open plan living accommodation at this Ripple cottage boasts a well-equipped kitchen, a dining area ideal for enjoying a lazy Sunday lunch, and a cosy sitting area with a warming woodburning stove and doors to the front decked area.
Outside this Ripple cottage is the decked and lawned area with hot tub, ideal for enjoying the long-distance views and relaxing with a refreshing drink after a long day visiting the many unspoilt towns and villages this area has to offer.
Explore the pretty riverside town of Upton-on-Severn, Malvern, the dramatic Malvern Hills and Stratford-upon-Avon, all easily reached from this cottage in Ripple.
A superb Ripple cottage to be enjoyed at any time of year.
About the location
Upton-upon-Severn 3.7 miles; Tewkesbury 4.5 miles.
A pretty Worcestershire village close to the Gloucestershire border, Ripple boasts many thatched cottages, black-and-white houses, a grand Norman church and traditional village pub serving real ales and home cooked food. Close by, the pretty country 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, along with traditional inns, cafes and its very own museum. It also plays host to many annual festivals, including Jazz, Folk and Blues festivals. This thriving town has its own marina, a vineyard and 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'. Just 6 miles away is the beautiful 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 form a 9-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, vineyards and gardens in the area, as well as outdoor activities to suit all abilities. The Royal Forest of Dean, the historic waterfront city of Gloucester, and the unspoilt towns and villages of the Cotswolds, such as Ledbury and Tewkesbury, make a great day out for all the family.