A lovely semi-detached Worcestershire holiday cottage, located just a short riverside walk from the centre of Stourport-on-Severn, with its attractive Georgian canal basins.
Very comfortably furnished throughout to provide an ideal holiday base for family and friends to explore this lovely part of the country, this Worcestershire holiday cottage has two double bedrooms, a well-equipped fitted kitchen and a delightful sitting room with dining area and doors to the rear patio.
Outside this Worcestershire holiday cottage is a rear landscaped garden with private patio, perfect for relaxing and enjoying alfresco dining.
Just a short walk away from this Worcestershire cottage is Hartlebury Common, an SSSI Nature Reserve ideal for horse riding, cycling and offering an abundance of lovely walks.
The centre of Stourport is just a short walk away along the River Severn.
The beautiful Wyre Forest, Astley Burf vineyards, West Midlands Safari Park and the Severn Valley Railway are also close by.
An excellent Worcestershire cottage for an enjoyable holiday at any time of year.
Two double bedrooms. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Fitted kitchen. Sitting room with dining area, flame-effect gas fire and doors to garden.
About the location
Worcester 12 miles.
Nestling amongst the beautiful unspoilt countryside of the Severn Valley, the ancient riverside town of Stourport-on-Severn is a popular tourist destination, with many black and white timbered buildings and an abundance of amenities and activities. Many individual shops, traditional pubs, restaurants and cafes can be found in and around the town. Visitors to Stourport may choose to take a cruise along the river, enjoy a day's fishing, take a ride on horseback or bike along the many lovely bridleways, or stroll through the heather clad hills, woodlands and heathland of Hartlebury Common, a 200 acre SSSI Nature Reserve on the outskirts of the town. The market town of Bewdley is just a short drive away and has been described as 'the most perfect Georgian town in Worcestershire'. Bewdley boasts riverside pubs and cafes, antique shops and craft galleries, all surrounded by beautiful countryside. The area has some of the best attractions in the country, with the Severn Valley Steam Railway, West Midlands Safari Park, Cadbury World and the Black Country Living Museum, numerous National Trust properties and many colourful events throughout the year including riverside festivals, regattas and open air concerts. Also well worth a visit are the picturesque town of Ludlow with its magnificent 13th century castle, Ironbridge Gorge Museum and the medieval Wyre Forest.