Situated within this beautiful Grade II listed manor house on the Gloucestershire/ Worcestershire border, this attractive wing was added circa 1890 by the Arts and Crafts architect, Philip Webb. Parts of the manor house date back to the 15th century and the Medieval Grand Hall was built by the Abbots of the Benedictine monastery at Tewksbury. Notable previous visitors include Henry VIII and Anne Boleyn in July 1535.
The grand sitting room boasts feature wood panelled walls and a large fireplace with open fire. There are two three seater sofas, an armchair, antique furniture and a TV with DVD player. The spacious kitchen/ diner has plenty of seating and there is a formal dining room which can seat six. A modern range of kitchen facilities include a four oven Aga with two hot plates and four gas hobs, a microwave, huge fridge/ freezer, a washing machine, tumble dryer and two dishwashers.
The cottage has a fully enclosed private walled rose garden and sits in the grounds of this wonderful Grade II listed manor house. There is one parking space immediately outside and plenty of further spaces in the adjoining garage yard.
A three night minimum stay applies. One dog is welcome by please note they must be restricted to the ground floor. Children aged twelve years or older are accepted.