Newly built semi detached dormer bungalow on the outskirts of town .Finished to a high standard with modern fixtures and fittings. Guests can take benefit of free fishing at our own lakes which are in a disused quarry approx 5 miles from the accommodation.
Gas central heating throughout and flame effect gas fires in the lounge diners, offer comfort all year round. Oak furniture and leather sofas. Large family bathroom. Kitchens are well appointed and offer a dishwasher, washer/dryer,oven, fridge/freezer and microwave.
Ample off road parking and landscaped gardens. Family friendly pub just 200yds away. only a Short walk to town along the River Severn which also offers good fishing.
1st property offers two double bedrooms sleeping up to 4 people , 2nd property is a mirror of this property but has a extra bedroom which sleeps up to six people with 1 twin,1 double upstairs and 1 king size downstairs offering flexibility for up to 10 occupants
Ideal property. We were visiting family in Droitwich Spa and surrounding areas and found this property's location 1st class for our needs. The accommodation was clean and well equipped and the enclosed rear garden made an excellent sun trap! Dave the owner greeted us on arrival and proved to be a wealth of local knowledge. Our dog Seamus enjoyed his daily walks on the nearby common and the kids enjoyed the local fair attractions and the park. I would definitely recommend this property! The only negative...the hoover wasn't great and the lack of Wi-Fi but then again who wants to 'hoover' on holiday! I would return to this property in the future as I found it adequate for our needs and good value for money.
Used this to visit family I have in the area perfect home from home easy and comfortable heating kitchen bathroom lots of hot water nothing was a problem televisions etc etc. No problems at all will certainly use again . The furnishings are above the level with you usually expect with this type of holiday stay. Well done !
David & Emily were great at providing local information regarding restaurants & sightseeing opportunities besides being very friendly. Very comfortable and clean, know if we return to the area we know were we will be staying.
On our previous trips to England we stayed with friends in Stourport. This trip we took our granddaughter and needed the space and flexibility. Found this listing on line and had our friends check it out before booking. It has more than enough room and is quite comfortable. The cottage is centrally located in the Midlands and is only a 1 1/2 to 2 hour drive to Stonehenge, Bath, Blenheim Palace, Warwick Castle, The Cotswolds and Wales. We used the fireplace every night to get rid of the chill. Cottage holds heat very well and usually did not have to turn the heat on until the morning. The only negative is there is no WiFi, With today's connectivity requirements for banking, messaging, etc. it was inconvenient to have to go to our friends house to get connected.
Would I stay here again? You bet.
This is a first rate place, and great to stay in with a young family. Great location as well, short stroll to the centre of pretty Stourport along the river, with easy acces to Worcester (where our relatives were).
Dave, the owner greeted us at the agreed time, and was more than welcoming - always a nice feature after a long drive.
The property was clean, and excellently equipped.
The layout is great, with nice modern kitchen and plenty of room for us and the kids (2 small ones). Facilities are good, with everything you could need in the kitchen, which, having stayed in a number of holiday cottages is not always the case.
Garden is lovely for the kids to run around in (mine did!), and woudl be great for a BBQ is the weather is good (unfortunately, not quite warm enough for us, but hopefully next tim we stay it will be).
Don't be fooled by the pictures, this place is certainly larger than it looks.
The best recommendation I can give is that we would stay here again without a shadow of a doubt.
The only tiny negative is a lack of wifi (however, my wife sees this as a postitive, so that could just be me :)) nd to be honest, I can livce without it in such a great place.
All of our trips to England my family has never been in a better place than this lovely holiday home was. When we stepped inside, my daughter (18 years) said: "What a lovely home, let's move in here."
We really enjoyed the house and kindness what our rental couple showed us. There is also pretty close Go Ape Adventure in Wyre forest. That actually was a real adventure high up in trees.
All six of us spent a wonderful week and sure will recommend this property to everyone. So lovely garden as well. Stourport on Severn was a pretty little town with nice restaurants.
Jarmo Andersson, Finland
Stourport on Severn is a popular tourist town set in the heart of Worcestershire.
The town which is famous for its historic canal basins offers something for all ages.The riverside offers many attractions which include a funfair, arcade,crazy golf, go carts plus much more.With a large park for the young ones and a skate park for older children there's something for everyone.You can take a trip down the Severn on an old steamer or hire a self drive boat.There are events on throughout the summer to.
The area offers an array of outdoor pursuits including many fisheries,golf courses and shoots
Attractions on the doorstep include the Severn valley railway, west midland safari park and the Wyre Forest .Further afield you have the Iron bridge gorge, Dudley Zoo and Black country museum naming a few places of interest. Offering friendly pubs and eateries. 3 miles away is Kidderminster a shoppers paradise.
Stourport is both fun packed and a relaxing place to visit,with plenty to do.
Other Activities: Steam railway /Safari park
Golf: There are a good selection of quality courses close by with wharton park being the best locally but with plenty more to choose from