Corner Thatch is a stunning chocolate box cottage in Abbots Morton dating back to the 17th century. The former post office is a Grade II listed property boasting a thatched roof and black and white half-timbered charm, as well as traditional features, delightful gardens and access to Worcestershire.
Corner Thatch is picture-perfect. The delightful chocolate box cottage in Abbots Morton near Alcester boasts ‘black and white’ half-timbered charm and an abundance of traditional features such as beams and tiled floors. The Grade II listed cottage also rewards guests with manicured gardens and outdoor entertaining areas, plus access to the attractions of Worcestershire.
The manicured gardens are the perfect adornment to the black and white exterior and the thatched roof, and they include a generous south-facing patio area bordered by mature plants. This space catches the sun and invites al fresco dining at any time of the day, and a glass of wine in the evening.
The 17th-century property boasts exposed timberwork, slate tiled floors and a brick fireplace with a bread oven set above the gas-effect wood burning stove. It includes a galley-style kitchen, dining area and cosy sitting area dripping in character.
Further reminders of yesteryear are found in the bedrooms, which include a twin room with an en-suite shower/wet room, and a master room with a 4’6 double bed and en-suite bathroom with bath and handheld shower attachment.
Guests at Corner Thatch are spoilt with a masterful restoration, and are provided with WiFi, amenities for young children, parking, central heating and laundry facilities, as well as TVwith Freeview and combined Blu-ray/DVD player.
Corner Thatch is one of many black and white timbered buildings in the idyllic village of Abbotts Morton, one of the oldest and most picturesque villages a few miles east of the historic market town of Alcester in Worcestershire. The cottage also avails guests of Broadway, Stratford upon Avon, Stow-on-the-Wold, Chipping Campden, Bourton-on-the-Water and the delights of the Cotswolds.