Malvern View offers a semi-detached cottage nestled on the owners working farm in rural Lower Broadheath of Worcestershire.
Having received four stars from 'Visit England', this well-presented cottage boasts a cosy lounge, where you can kick off your shoes and warm your feet by the fire.
Make the most of the natural light streaming through the patio doors and unwind into the evening.
Lovingly furnished throughout, this character property offers families or a couple a beautiful retreat in the countryside.
Beyond the sitting room is a country cottage kitchen with a dining area and fully fitted units.
Rustle up a delicious meal and gather around the table together.
There is also a separate utility housing a washing machine.
The sunny patio outside enjoys views over towards the Malvern Hills; dine alfresco on a warm summer's evening in the company of your loved ones.
As you head up the stairs to the comfortable bedrooms, you will see character oozing from the walls and ceiling.
There is a family room with a king-size bed and an en-suite shower, followed by a twin.
The village of Lower Broadheath is the birthplace of English composer Edward Elgar, whose National Trust property, The Firs, is a 5 minute walk away with a cafe and visitor centre to enjoy.
A trip to Hereford or Worcester makes a great day out, where you can visit the magnificent cathedrals.
There are quite a selection of National Trust properties close by and the small town of Bromyard with its Folk festival is worth a visit, or spend a morning walking on the Malvern Hills.
Venture into the city of Worcester and indulge its tea rooms, traditional pubs and restaurants.
You area also within driving distance of Gloucester and the beautiful Cotswolds.
This well-located property has something to please everyone, whatever you choose to do.
About the location
Worcester 2.8 miles; Hereford 25.7 miles
Officially known as Lower Broadheath, set in the Malvern Hillls district of Worcestershire, is Broadheath.
This civil parish also includes Upper Broadheath and is located 3 miles north-west of Worcester, with a Post Office, shop, village hall and a few pubs.
It is also the birthplace of English composer Edward Elgar, whose cottage is now a museum.
Relax with a refreshing drink in the Bell Inn or grab a spot of lunch; it has an enviable reputation for serving some of the best food in Worcestershire.
Just a couple of miles away is the cathedral city of Worcester, dating back to 400BC, offering individual shops, traditional pubs, tea rooms and restaurants.
Many festivals can be enjoyed throughout the year, including the Three Choirs, and The Swan Theatre hosts both professional and amateur productions throughout the year.
The market town of Pershore boasts an imposing Norman abbey, while the surrounding countryside is famous for fruit growing and market gardening.
The Malvern Hills, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, which forms a 9-mile range of ancient rock offers miles of footpaths and bridleways, with wondrous views each way you turn.
This is a superb base to choose for your next break..