A charming first floor coach house and stables conversion, set in the groundsof the owners' home in the pretty conservation hamlet of Stoulton, surrounded by beautiful Worcestershire countryside.
This delightful Worcestershire holiday cottage provides well thought out, cosy and contemporary accommodation, ideal for a romantic getaway.
Set over one floor with lovely views of a Norman church, this Worcestershire cottage apartment offers a sumptuous king-size bedroom with an en-suite shower room, and the open plan living area is very well-equipped, with a fitted kitchen, dining area and sitting area.
Outside this Worcestershire cottage is a shared front patio and a shared rear paddock with many sitting areas, perfect for relaxing on a lovely summer's day.
Walkers at this Worcestershire cottage can roll out of bed and be straight on their way, as the Millennium Way footpath runs just alongside the paddock.
Close to the hamlet of Stoulton is a very well-stocked farm shop, and an Italian restaurant is only half a mile away.
Pack a picnic and enjoy the delights of Croome Court, owned by the National Trust, with its Capability Brown landscaped gardens with bridges, follies and statues.
Or, head to Warwick, Stratford-upon-Avon, Cheltenham or into the Cotswolds.
A wonderful Worcestershire cottage, to be enjoyed at any time of year.
Note: This cottage is above Ref. 23221 and together they accommodate 4 people.
About the location
Worcester 5.5 miles.
The small, rural hamlet of Stoulton lies in a conservation area in beautiful Worcestershire countryside. The Millennium Way runs through the hamlet, with the Severn Way and Monarch's Way also close by, making Stoulton an ideal base for walkers, plus a well-stocked farm shop and Italian restaurant are within easy reach. Just 5.5 miles away is the ancient cathedral city of Worcester, dating back to 400BC. Visit the nearby town of Pershore, with beautiful Georgian architecture, a magnificent Norman abbey and an excellent range of shops and cafés. The surrounding countryside is famous for fruit growing and market gardening, whilst Bredon Hill, also close by, boasts an Iron Age fort, Roman earth works and ancient standing stones. The town of Malvern, situated on the eastern side of the Malvern Hills, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, plays host to many antique fairs, craft fairs and auctions throughout the year. Malvern is also home to the Morgan Car, while the local theatre offers productions from the West End and The Royal Shakespeare Company. Many unspoilt Cotswold villages are close by, as well as Warwick, with its medieval castle, Stratford-upon-Avon, the birthplace of William Shakespeare, and the spa town of Cheltenham with its Gold Cup horse racing, shops, and cultural and music festivals.