Self-catering country cottages in Worcestershire
The Vale of Evesham is still renowned for its orchards. Worcestershire is a county to the west of England in between Herefordshire and Warwickshire. The Cotswolds and Gloucestershire lie to the south of Worcestershire, and Shropshire and Staffordshire in the north. Three of England's rivers meet in Worcestershire: the Severn, Avon and Teme. River and canal boat tours offer a day out cruising and sightseeing from the comfort of a boat.
Malvern spring water comes from the Malvern Hills in the south west of the county. The Severn Way, partly follows the course of the river through Worcestershire and affords picturesque views and photo opportunities for walkers. There are several other major walks in the county. The 50 mile long Worcestershire Way cuts a high path along wooded ridges between the rivers Severn and Teme. The Wychavon Way follows the route from the Severn to the Cotswolds.
The cities and towns of Worcestershire are all worth visiting. Worcester has a fine cathedral with a restored historic crypt and the entombed remains of King John. The Museum of Historic Buildings provides a wonderful opportunity for learning more about the architecture of the ages. There is much more to do and see. owners of the self-catering cottages below will be delighted to tell you more about their county of Worcestershire.
Take a look at some of the self-catering country cottages in Worcestershire
|Self-catering luxury at the Olde Rectory Cottages in Worcestershire
Discover four of the most delightful and elegant luxury cottages in a conservation area in the heart of the pretty village of Whitbourne.
Facing the 12th century church is the Olde Rectory, the home of your hosts, Cliff and Gilly Poultney. The Rectory's 16th century barn and coach houses have been thoughtfully converted to provide four stylish and unique properties, each with their own private courtyard garden and feature lighting.
Hooch Hall, sleeps 6+4, a former Parson's enormous Cider press and fermenting house has been transformed into an opulent oasis, with fine traditional features; a wealth of oak beams, millstone flagged floors, a log burning stove in the stone fireplace, a handmade gourmet kitchen, exquisite furnishings.....
The other three cottages, the Barn, Coach House and the Potting Shed are all equally splendid and individual. A visit to the Olde-Rectory website is highly recommended for a taste of the standard and elegance on offer.
|A two bedroom cottage in Pershore near the Malvern Hills, Worcestershire
Peacock Barn (sleeps 4) in Worcestershire. The cottage is ideally placed for walks in the Cotswolds and the Malvern Hills.
Malvern itself is developing well with a refurbished theatre/cinema. Excellent winter programme with several pre West End performances. Promote Arts in the Provinces with easy parking excellent restaurants and a thoroughly relaxed evening.
Tel: +44(0)1386 750 570
|Large luxury self-catering apartment in Worcestershire - Large Country House
The ultimate rural retreat for couples, large groups and family reunions. Able to accommodate 10 guests (5 bedrooms) in premium luxury, this large country house has been beautifully restored to provide spacious and comfortable accommodation, whether for short breaks, long stays or bed and breakfast, all year round.
This beautiful house is set in stunning countryside, in the heart of the Frome Valley and is ideally located for many attractions in the Heart of England.
This is a great base for an active and stimulating holiday, for touring or simply relaxing and entertaining - a fine example of bygone days in this historic and beautiful location.
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