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Head for the hills…and the dancing daffodils. In the expansive grounds of a 16th-century timber-framed house, this is the perfect retreat à deux. Way up a simple track, your stone-walled, stone-tiled hideaway was built almost entirely from locally reclaimed materials. Inside it's open plan and easy. Settle on the weighty leather chesterfield, toes directed at a wood-burner stacked high with logs from the nearby woods. The kitchen, of hand-crafted oak, has masses of space, a double Belfast sink and proper wooden floorboards throughout. Exposed beams frame the bright bedroom; the shower room is a step away. It would be a treat of an evening to follow the babbling brook through the ancient orchid-dotted woodland, rest awhile at the owner's perfect little treehouse (with hammocks), then retire to your own private viewpoint with its picture-postcard views across open pastures to the Teme and Kyre valleys. Venture further to foodie Ludlow, book-lined Hay-on-Wye and the grand industrial heritage that is Ironbridge. Take to the slow life on the steam railway, stride out on the Mortimer Trail, meander through forgotten Herefordshire villages. Buzzards soar overhead, rabbits scamper in the fields that surround you.
The Coach House is a studio conversion situated in the grounds of Fishpools which is a traditional 16th century timber framed house. It is reached via quarter of a mile track and is in a very rural position. Guests will enjoy a south facing private decked area with far reaching views across fields and farmland which is perfect for watching the sun go down. Leading directly from the cottage is an extensive network of footpaths and bridleways where badgers,woodpeckers, buzzards and owls may be seen. Tenbury wells,an attractive spa and market town in the Teme Valley is 4 miles away and the fine Georgian town of Ludlowis only a 25 minute drive.
The Coach House offers magnificent views in all directions over the Teme and Kyre valleys, ancient woodland and unspoilt farmland. The property is a converted coach house located in a rural position. Guests will enjoy a private decked area in the grounds of Fishpools which has an ancient oak woodland. Leading directly from the property is an extensive network of footpaths and bridleways where badgers and owls may be seen. Tenbury Wells, an attractive spa and market town in the Teme valley, is three miles away. Fine Georgian town of Ludlow is twenty minutes drive away.
In der ersten Januarwoche haben wir ein paar herrliche Tage im Coach House verbracht - ein perfekter Start ins neue Jahr. Der Kamin hat behaglich geprasselt und der Blick in die englische Landschaft war Erholung pur. Ein mit Liebe zusammengesteller, sehr großzügiger Leckereien-Korb samt frisch gebackenem Kuchen haben uns den Start in unsere Urlaubswoche versüßt. Das Coach House ist genauso schön, wie die Fotos vermuten lassen und ein Ort für echte Erholung. Es war alles perfekt sauber und sehr geschmackvoll eingerichtet. Der weitläufige Garten und die hübsche Gegend sind perfekt für ausgedehnte Spaziergänge und Ausflüge. Lustig ist zum Beispiel der Alpaca-Walk, den man ganz in der Nähe machen kann. Wir können dieses Cottage 100%ig weiterempfehlen und haben uns sehr wohgefühlt.
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2 night minimum stay
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Tenbury Wells is an attractive riverside spa and market town in the Teme valley. Also within easy driving distance are the beautiful Georgian town of Ludlow renowned for its castle, festivals, antique shops, and Michelin starred restaurants, the ancient town of Leominster with its antique shops, the border town of Hay on Wye famed for its antiquarian book shops, Ironbridge near Telford, the Severn Valley steam railway from Kidderminster to Bridgnorth, the West Midland safari park at Bewdley and some of the most beautiful countryside in England.