Long Cover is a 16th-century timber-frame rural cottage set on beautiful grounds in Kyre, Worcestershire. The pet-friendly cottage sits amid farmland and boasts beautiful woodland views and tranquillity from its garden, plus exposed beams, a log fire, leaded windows, Aga and contemporary comfort.
Beautiful woodland views greet visitors to Long Cover, a 16th-century timber frame cottage in Kyre, Worcestershire. The pet-friendly cottage enjoys wonderful views from its furnished garden and features traditional detailing such as exposed beams, leaded windows and a log fire.
Farmland surrounds the cottage and ensures tranquillity and fresh air. Guests have access to seven acres of shared grounds, as well as their own private furnished patio which invites morning coffee, alfresco dining and drinks of an evening. Seek out the Bothy.
The views can also be enjoyed from inside the cottage, which is brimming with character. Exposed beams, leaded windows and an old oak staircase add charm throughout, and the well-equipped kitchen features Aga. The dining area is beautifully furnished and the sitting room boasts the cosy log fire in the original fireplace.
Beams and rural charm can also be enjoyed in the bedrooms, which include a twin room and two double rooms, while the bathroom contains a separate shower.
Guests at Long Cover are spoilt with authentic country charm and extensive grounds and are provided with WiFi, amenities for young children, BBQ, swings, parking, central heating and laundry facilities, as well as TV, DVD, CD player and Playstation 2. Horse grazing is also available, and babysitting can be arranged.
Long Cover sits on extensive grounds in Kyre, Worcestershire, and is well situated for exploration of sites such as Tenbury Wells, the Teme Valley, Ludlow, Leominster and Hay-on-Wye, plus the Ironbridge Museum, the Severn Valley Railway, West Midlands Safari Park and the Malvern Hills.