Rated 5.0 out of 5
** Min-Stay 2-night ** any day Arrival **
** Single night stays available, to enquire, please call Tel -01348 830922**
Standing majestically on a secluded site in the Malvern Hills this magnificent property seamlessly blends into the rolling landscape with panoramic views of the spectacular surrounds. The lodge is filled with a variety of luxuriant extras including a gorgeous wood-fired hot tub will hilltop views, and makes the perfect retreat for couples, families or friends.
The property has been handcrafted using a vast array of technical ingenuity, which combines to create a truly unique and spectacular space. Every detail has been carefully considered from the individually crafted features to the stunning private grounds. This really is a special place to get away from it all.
Although the site has its own private car park nearby, the lodge has no adjoining roads, which creates a real sense of natural seclusion. Sit back and enjoy the gorgeous natural setting with rolling hills stretching into the distance and animals ambling through the grassy fields.
This glorious location is brimming with walks and adventure with the beautiful Malvern Hills right on your doorstep. For the nearest pub, stroll down to the charming Farmers Arms Birtsmorton only 200-yards through the fields. This antique watering hole serves real ales and homemade food - perfect for a lunch or evening meal. What's more, the site is well positioned to visit the old-English towns of Ledbury and Tewkesbury. Visit these famous market towns for a delightful selection of stunning architecture and delectable eateries.
Check -in after 3pm / Check out at 10am Please
The Malvern Hills are an area of biological and geological significance, which are known for their extreme beauty and abundance of natural spring water. The highest summit enjoys a fabulous panorama of the Severn Valley, the hills of Herefordshire, the Welsh mountains, parts of thirteen counties, the Bristol Channel, and the cathedrals of Worcester, Hereford and Gloucester. The view of the Wye Valley and across the Severn Vale to the Cotswolds has been rated as one of the top views in England.
There are some great tracks for cycling and walking right next to the site, but we also recommend a visit to the Forest of Dean or the Wye Valley, which include a whole host of other marvellous routes. For the more adventurous, take advantage of a variety of outdoor activities nearby including kayaking, climbing, horse riding, caving and fishing.
For history lovers, there are a variety of historic sites in the area including Berkeley, Eastnor and the renowned Goodrich. The family-run Alexandra Park Resort includes a spa, golf course and gym, all situated in a beautiful meadow estate, which again can be easily accessed by car.
Slightly further afield the lovely towns of Ledbury and Tewkesbury offer a variety of places to dine and a great selection of independent cafes and shops. These beautiful old-English towns are worth a visit just for the delightful architecture and ancient charm.
There are a number of lovely local pubs on the doorstep. Here are some of our favourites...
For something a bit more special.....
There are a variety of pubs, bars, restaurants and cafes in Malvern, Ledbury and Tewkesbury. If you're after a quick bite there are a number of fast food outlets including Fish & chips, Indian and Chinese restaurants. Our suggested chippy is in Barnards Green, Malvern.....very yummy!
For a 'must do' local activity we recommend a lovely stroll up British camp with a stop at the cafe next to the car park. Take in beautiful views with coffee and cake, or ice cream!
Croome court, National trust - https://www.nationaltrust.org.
Newent birds of prey centre: http://www.icbp.org/
Westons cider museum/shop & restaurant and guided tour: http://www.westons-cider.co.
Clearwell caves: http://www.
Outdoor assault course in the trees: http://goape.co.uk/
Forest of dean mountain biking: http://www.fodmtb.com/
Maze, butterfly farm, mini golf: http://www.mazes.co.uk/
Three Choirs Vineyards: https://www.three-choirs-
Something for the kids - Newbridge Farm Park: http://newbridgefarmpark.com/
The list is endless!
Sleeps 4 guests in a super king-size zip & link bed with 1.5m square roof light, plus a double corner sofa bed in the living area. Travel cot and high chair available.
Fully fitted luxury kitchen, including:
Waffle/Panini/Toastie Machine (3-in 1)
Conventional oven with gas hob.
Extra-large fitted shower room. Towels and basic toiletries provided (hand wash, hand cream and loo roll).
Open plan living area, large corner sofa, breakfast bar, and wood burner.
Gas boiler with full central heating
Superfast broadband connection
2 smart televisions
A welcome pack of local goodies and a generous bundle of logs are provided.
Elevated deck with beautiful views, outdoor seating & cooking area with a kamado wood-fired pizza oven. Wood fired hot tub on its own terrace plus BBQ and picnic area.
To access the property you will drive through a working farm.
Private car parking is 80 yards from the Lodge. The owners are happy to help guests carry luggage if required
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