The Coach House near the small market town of Tenbury Hills, Worcestershire, is a beautiful studio conversion nestled in the northwest corner of the Malvern Hills, a romantic cottage boasting an open plan living area, flower garden with bothy, and a private deck offering stunning views.
A beautiful studio conversion on the grounds of a traditional 16th-century timber-framed home, The Coach House near the small market town of Tenbury Hills, Worcestershire, boasts stunning views of this corner of the Malvern Hills District and is the ideal holiday getaway for couples and small families.
This pet-friendly rural cottage is accessed by a quarter-mile track that opens onto expansive lawns and a new flower garden complete with a bothy with tea-making facilities and a wood-burning stove.
The south-facing private deck provides far-reaching views across fields and farmland perfect for sipping wine at sunset or embarking on long romantic walks across an extensive network of footpaths and bridleways. If you’re lucky, you might catch a glimpse of the wildlife that calls the Malvern Hills home.
The open plan living area features a bespoke well-equipped kitchen, dining area, sitting room with stone fireplace and wood-burner, and sleeping area with double bed and French doors leading to the deck. A separate shower room completes the ground floor accommodation.
Guests can request a travel cot and highchair for small children who accompany them on their stay at this countryside cottage.
Tenbury Wells lies along the south bank of the River Teme, crossed by the famous 16th-century Tenbury Bridge and forming the border between Worcestershire and Shropshire. The region is known for growing hops and cider apples, and one can enjoy local beers and ciders and the town’s pubs. A day trip to England’s second major city, Birmingham, is less than an hour’s drive away.