This superb Grade II listed terraced cottage is situated close to the centre of the Worcestershire town of Bewdley, within reach of both Stourport-on-Severn and Cleobury Mortimer.
With the oldest pub in Bewdley close by, exposed beams and modern features, this property is an ideal base for a couple or small family who wish to explore this wonderful area.
You can park your car on the roadside outside the cottage and then enter directly into the sitting room.
The sitting room has a cosy feel with comfy seating and a warming electric woodburner-effect stove.
At the rear of the cottage is a lovely kitchen with dining area, which includes USB points and a door that leads out to the garden.
Up on the first floor are two bedrooms, the double is to the front of the property, with the twin to the rear, from where distant country views can be seen.
Completing the first floor and the property is a bathroom with bath with shower over.
Outside there’s a lawned garden, so why not relax with a cold drink on a sunny evening.
The market town of Bewdley is situated on the River Severn and has a number of shops, pubs, cafes and restaurants, and with Wyre Forest close by there’s many walks and cycle routes to be enjoyed.
There’s plenty to see and do in the area, including visits to pretty towns and villages, National Trust properties, and the West Midlands Safari Park is with easy reach.
The Severn Valley Railway and it's events are a worthwhile visit for a great day out.
A delightful Worcestershire holiday home.
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!