Photos and Description of this 3 bedroom holiday cottage in Droitwich Spa - The Old Manor
3 bedroom home additional 4th bedroom in attic at additional cost
This is a Listed Grade II Medieval Manor House built in the 1400s situated in the Green Conservation Hamlet of Hadzor The house holds the charm and history of 600 years with refurbished modern day amenities.
Historic records traces the Hamlet of Hadzor in the middle of the Feckenham Forest, a great hunting ground. The house along with the Hadzor Estate was given to Catherine of Aragon, Queen of England by Henry VIII in 1533. It later belonged to the Earl of Warrick.
The Old Manor has extensive one acre gardens with many features and places to sit and relax. In front the house owns 3.5 acres of fields which banks onto the Worcester Birmingham Canal which was completed in 1815. From the house and garden you can watch the decorated canal boats slowly making their way along the English countryside.
Accessible directly from the house there are several public right-of-ways and the canal path to roam. Along your walk you will encounter several pubs to drink and dine.
ADDITIONAL 4th BEDROOM IN THE ATTIC:
There is a very attractive 4th bedroom with double bed in the attic whch can be added to the contract. Please contact for extra cost of 4th Attic bedroom
- non smoking only
- Long-term Renters Welcome
- not suitable for elderly or infirm
- pets not allowed
- children welcome
- wheelchair inaccessible
About Richard & Glenda
Richard parents Charles & Barbara Fellows bought the house in 1942 during the 2nd World War and moved into the house in 1944. Richard grew up here and returned with his wife Glenda in 2000 on the death of his mother.
Richard & Glenda purchased this cottage in 1942
Why Richard & Glenda chose Droitwich Spa
Since 2000 much work has been done to the house up upgrade. However, at present the owners Richard & Glenda are cruising on their boat in the Mediterranean for the next few years.
What makes this cottage unique
This is truly a unique country house little changed since the 15th century.