This historic country cottage can be found in Wickhamford, Worcestershire and can sleep six people in three bedrooms.
Brookfield Cottage is a historic country cottage which can be found in Wickhamford, Worcestershire and sits on a half-acre garden area. It is a 400 year old building that the owners have meticulously renovated into a modern, but comfortable holiday home. There is an open-plan living room with an open fireplace and exposed beams, a dining room and a fitted kitchen. Upstairs has two king-size bedrooms and one twin bedroom with a separate family bathroom and WC. Outside has a stone patio and lawned garden area with furniture provided. Ample off road parking is available for up to five cars. Brookfield Cottage is perfect for travellers.
Amenities: Central heating. Gas range with gas hob, triple oven and grill, fridge/freezer, coffee machine, dishwasher. Utility with microwave, washing machine and tumble dryer. TV with Freeview, DVD, WiFi. Selection of books and games. Fuel and power inc. in rent. Bed linen and towels inc. in rent. One pet welcome. Surrounding gardens with summer house. Cot and highchair available. Ample off road parking for 4 or 5 cars. Note: This property requires a Good House Keeping Bond prior to arrival. Note: Although the gardens are enclosed a determined dog may find a way out.
Region: Visitors to the Cotswolds have long treasured memories of charming towns and villages built from the famous honey-coloured stone, it now boasts a thriving community of contemporary artists working from studios and shops throughout the area.
Town: Wickhamford, Worcestershire is a short drive from the market town of Evesham which lies within the Vale of Evesham, in a horseshow of the River Avon, and within driving distance of Worcester, Cheltenham and Stratford-upon-Avon. Evesham and the surrounding area is famous for its market gardening and the town has an array of individual shops, tea rooms, craft and antique shops, many traditional pubs, an Art Deco cinema and thriving arts centre. Steeped in history and mentioned in the Domesday Book, Evesham has a number of beautiful black and white timbered buildings, namely the 15th century merchants house in the Market Square, and the remains of Evesham Abbey are believed to date back to the 8th century. The area offers many lovely walks with Shakespeare’s Avon Way, Wychavon Way and The Heart of England Way all close by.