A spacious, detached cottage, located on the edge of the quaint village of Wombourne in Staffordshire, with its village green and individual shops and cafes.
Very comfortably appointed throughout with a home-from-home feel, this Wombourne cottage is perfect for friends and family to enjoy the delights of this area.
This traditional Wombourne cottage provides three delightful bedrooms, a cosy sitting room with piano, a dining room overlooking the garden, and a well-equipped fitted kitchen with pantry and utility.
A large, established garden surrounds this Wombourne cottage and includes a patio and lawned area with plenty of space for children to play, and for everyone to enjoy alfresco dining.
The village of Wombourne is a well-located centre for enjoying numerous walks through nature reserves and along the towpaths of the Staffordshire and Worcestershire canal.
Further afield are the market town of Bridgnorth, The Severn Valley Railway, Black Country Living Museum and the beautiful Malvern Hills.
A wonderfully welcoming Wombourne cottage for family and friends.
About the location
Kinver 8.5 miles; Clent 11 miles; Bridgnorth 12 miles; Ironbridge 18 miles.
Wombourne is a thriving village in Staffordshire, with Anglo Saxon origins, boasting a village green where cricket can be enjoyed in the summer months, many small, independent shops and cafes, and numerous inns serving excellent food and local ales. Enjoy walks along the Staffordshire and Worcestershire canal, visit Bratch Locks with its charming toll house, or wander the nature reserves and many country parks in the area. Grade II listed Himley Hall is close by, with picturesque parkland designed by Capability Brown, which hosts many outdoor events throughout the year. Just a short drive is the market town of Bridgnorth with its winding streets and funicular railway. In the vicinity are some of the best attractions in the country including The Severn Valley Railway, the West Midlands Safari Park, Cadbury World and the Black Country Living Museum. The area offers excellent walking including the South Staffordshire Railway Walk, which is part of the longer Monarch's Way, and also the Staffordshire Way, which runs from Kinver to the edge of the Peak District, while panoramic views can be enjoyed from the Clent Hills, Kinver Edge and the Malvern Hills. Further afield are a wealth of country parks, great houses and museums as well as easy access to the Royal Air Force Museum at Cosford, Ironbridge Gorge, Warwick Castle and Stratford-upon-Avon, birthplace of William Shakespeare. Something for everyone at any time of year!