***Any day arrival - Minimum 2-night stay***
*** 1-night stays available Sep - June (Mon - Thurs only), please call to book ***
This glorious spacious hut makes a beautiful boutique getaway in the tranquil Worcestershire countryside. Overlooking the horse paddocks of the neighbouring stables, watch horses canter through the open meadows, with the majestic views of the Malvern Hills and Martley hillside in the background.
The extra-large hut is perfectly equipped with a luxury kitchen, bathroom, underfloor heating and a lovely collection of indulgent extras, creating a comfortable and luxurious holiday escape. However, the jewel in the crown is undoubtedly the magnificent outdoor bathtub. Enjoy a revitalizing soak under the stars and indulge in the glorious open-air countryside for a unique and magical glamping experience.
What's more, this charming retreat is only 6 miles from Worcester city centre, so you're only a short drive from the bright lights and delicious eateries of this cherished local hub. Yet, despite its proximity to civilization, you're spoilt for choice with a serenade of enchanting wilderness on your doorstep. Revel in the beautiful rolling landscape and pockets of ancient woodland, which is brimming with an abundance of native wildlife including deer, owls and even a butterfly sanctuary. Pure glamping bliss.
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1 king-size double, sleeping a maximum 2 adults.
Luxury en-suite with extra large shower and WC.
The handcrafted kitchen is fully equipped with a Baby Belling oven, fridge, toaster, kettle and Belfast ceramic sink.
There is no internet access in this property.
Heating and Lighting
Underfloor heating and mains electric.
Grounds and Nearby
A magnificent outdoor bath, table and chairs for al fresco dining, plus a BBQ.
Ample parking next to the property.
Check in from 2:00PM and check out by 10:00AMThese are recommended check-in/out times to allow Covid-19 sanitisation, earlier/later times may be available by request with the owner
Train Station - Worcester Foregate Street.
This unique contemporary abode appoints luxury on every level. From underfloor heating to handmade double-glazed oak windows, the hut is superbly insulated and is filled with a variety of indulgent extras.
The handcrafted kitchen is fully equipped with a Baby Belling oven, fridge, toaster, kettle and Belfast ceramic sink, while the en-suite bathroom contains a fully tiled large shower and WC.
Enjoy a luxury king size bed complete with Egyptian cotton sheets and goose down duvets.
The space is expertly organized with fold-down table and chairs - LCD TV and comfortable corner sofa.
Outside there is a barbecue, plus a table and chairs with views over the gorgeous countryside surrounds; perfect for al fresco dining.
For a special treat, run yourself a hot bath in the outdoor bathtub and enjoy a relaxing soak after a tough day exploring.
There is ample parking space next to the property.
Visit the Crown Inn at Hallow for a lovely country pub or make your way to Worcester city centre, only 6 miles away, to experience the city lights with a multitude of bars and restaurants to choose from.
The Severn Valley Steam Railway and West Midlands Safari Park are only a few miles away in a lovely little town called Bewdley which is well worth a visit.
Whitely Court English Heritage site is just 2 miles away and can be seen from the site, while Ockeridge Fishing lakes are right next door.
For the outdoor enthusiasts, we recommend a walk through the local orchards, suppliers of Bulmer's Cider, or Astley Vineyards, which has a great wine tasting experience. For gin lovers, we recommend a visit to Chase distillery in nearby Herefordshire.
The nearby Malvern Hills are a magnificent natural wonder and are extremely popular with walkers and hikers, while the Martley hillside is another popular beauty spot in the vicinity.
The ancient Ockeridge Woods are only a few hundred yards away while the neighbouring Monk Wood makes another great walk and a chance to see a huge variety of wildlife in the area, including plenty of native butterflies in the designated butterfly sanctuary.
Monk Jack Deer are common and can be seen darting through the woods at night, while the surrounding fields are home to number sheep and cattle. At night you are likely to hear the hypnotic hoot of owls hunting in the darkness and plenty of bats swooping by, while the sites natural plateau is great for star gazing.
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