This charming studio apartment, in the grounds of the owner's home is situated in the Worcestershire hamlet of Menith Wood, near the towns of Bewdley and Tenbury Wells and the Wyre Forest and Malvern Hills.
With lovely views overlooking the owner's grounds, lakes and countryside beyond, this Worcestershire studio apartment has been stylishly furnished throughout to provide a perfect romantic retreat.
Set on the first floor to take advantage of the stunning views, this Worcestershire holiday apartment offers comfortable accommodation with an open plan living and sleeping area, along with a separate wet room.
Outside, guests have use of a private patio area with furniture and barbecue, as well as the owner's 13 acres of grounds, which include three trout fishing lakes and a small orchard.
There are many lovely walks and cycle routes from the doorstep of this self-catering apartment, with the Worcestershire Way close by, plus just a short drive away is Witley Court and Gardens.
The market towns of Bewdley, Bromyard and Tenbury Wells are within easy reach, or enjoy a day out in Worcester, Hereford or Ludlow, famous for its restaurants and stunning architecture.
This welcoming Worcestershire self-catering apartment is in an exceptional location and can be enjoyed all year round.
All first floor. Open plan studio accommodation with twin beds (zip/link, can be king-size double on request), kitchen with breakfast bar and sitting area. Wet room with walk-in shower, basin and WC.
About the location
Bewdley 7.7 miles; Tenbury Wells 9 miles; Stourport-on-Severn 11 miles; Mulvern 23 miles.
The scattered hamlet of Menith Wood lies midway between the Wyre Forest and the Malvern Hills, just 4 miles from the pretty village of Great Witley, which is home to Witley Court, a palatial 19th century mansion surrounded by landscaped gardens and stone fountains. Just a short drive away is the popular historic town of Stourport-on-Severn, which nestles on the outstanding beauty of the River Severn and offers an abundance of cafes, shops and black and white timbered houses. The Wyre Forest straddles the borders of Worcestershire and Shropshire and is one of the largest ancient woodlands in Britain, much of which is designated as a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI) with the remainder listed as a National Nature Reserve. The Wyre Forest is home to a vast array of wildlife, including woodland birds, flora, fauna, moths and adders, as well as many lovely walks, cycle routes, horseriding and a discovery centre. The magnificent Malvern Hills form a 9 mile range of ancient rock, which offers miles of footpaths and bridleways with long distance views in every direction, plus the town of Malvern plays host to many markets and antique fairs, as well as the Great Malvern Food Festival every June. Explore the pretty towns of Bewdley, Bromyard and Tenbury Wells, Worcester, Hereford and Ludlow, which is widely known as one of the most beautiful towns in Britain. A little further afield day trips can be enjoyed to Warwick, Stratford-upon-Avon, the Ironbridge Gorge, the Severn Valley Railway Museum, West Midlands Safari Park and many National Trust Properties and gardens.