This traditional, semi-detached Black and White cottage is ideally located on the outskirts of the pretty town of Upton upon Severn and overlooks the marina and club house.
This character cottage has black and white beamed walls, inside and out, beamed ceilings and a charming little inglenook fireplace housing a gas woodburner-effect stove.
Seamlessly combining traditional features with contemporary furnishings, the sitting room with dining area has a slate floor, white leather sofas and beamed ceiling, while the well-equipped kitchen has everything to keep the chef in the party happy and there are three lovely double bedrooms offering very comfortable accommodation.
Guests can relax in the garden overlooking the marina, a lovely place to enjoy a refreshing drink and alfresco dining.
Just a short walk over the bridge will take guests into the centre of Upton upon Severn which offers visitors many individual shops, antiques centres, tea rooms and traditional pubs serving real ales and locally-sourced food.
The town also boasts its very own vineyard, museum, 'The Pudding Shop' and a heritage centre.
Just a short drive away in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty are Malvern and the dramatic Malvern Hills which offer visitors hours of entertainment whether it be walking and cycling in the hills, exploring the town or taking in one of the many shows at the local theatre.
A great holiday destination to be enjoyed at any time of year.
About the location
UPTON UPON SEVERN
Worcester 12 miles; Great Malvern 6 miles; Tewkesbury 6 miles; Cheltenham 18 miles.
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, including 'The Pudding Shop', along with traditional inns, cafes, restaurants 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 thriving small 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 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 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 nearby market towns such as Ledbury and Tewkesbury have a wealth of black-and-white houses and inns. A little further afield is the Royal Forest of Dean, the historic waterfront city of Gloucester, the spa town of Cheltenham, and the unspoilt towns and villages of the Cotswolds.