Bewdley 2 miles.
A charming detached brick-built barn conversion situated in lovely grounds surrounding the owner's home set in the small hamlet of Lye Head.
This Bewdley cottage provides quality, well-equipped accommodation with a cosy atmosphere throughout, making it ideal for a romantic break for two.
The welcoming sitting room has French doors into the private rear garden at this Bewdley cottage which is perfect for dining alfresco and relaxing after a round of golf on the nearby Little Lakes and Wharton Park courses or scenic walks in the Wyre Forest.
This is the perfect location for enjoying the wonderful Georgian town of Bewdley, with many attractions to keep guests busy, including fantastic forest and countryside walks and scenic cycle trails.
The town also hosts an annual festival in October, which offers exhibitions, visual arts, music, poetry, comedy and family events.
If you would like a day out with a difference, a visit to the West Midlands Safari Park or the famous Severn Valley Railway may be just what you're after.
For those guests looking to explore further afield from this Bewdley holiday cottage, there are many day trips throughout Worcestershire and Shropshire that are well worth a visit, with Bridgnorth, medieval Ludlow and the World Heritage Site of Ironbridge Gorge with its wonderful museums just a short drive away.
This lovely Bewdley holiday cottage is perfect for a romantic break at any time of the year.
One king-size double with countryside views. Bathroom with bath, separate shower, basin and WC. Fitted kitchen with dining area. Utility. Sitting room with double sofa bed, coal effect electric fire and French doors to rear garden.
About the location
Stourport-on-Severn 5 miles; Cleobury Mortimer 7 miles.
The attractive market town of Bewdley, once described as "the most perfect Georgian town in Worcestershire", sits on the banks of the River Severn, and is close to the medieval Wyre Forest, with its many walks and cycle trails. Bewdley offers much to delight visitors, with a good choice of pubs, cafes and restaurants along the riverside, many tiny shops, antique and craft galleries, and all surrounded by beautiful countryside with gentle rolling hills, steep wooded valleys and meandering rivers offering many opportunities to discover a rich diversity of wildlife. The area has some of the best attractions in the country, with the Severn Valley Steam Railway, West Midlands Safari Park, numerous National Trust properties and many colourful events throughout the year, including riverside festivals and regattas, open air concerts and family activities. Something for everyone!