Beautiful Holiday Cottages set in 25 acres of rolling English countryside
Golf:There are several good Golf Clubs, plus Pay & Play courses nearby.
Cyclists:The Farm is amidst plenty of quiet country lanes ready for exploring.
Eating:There is a wide range of good local pubs and restaurants catering for every taste and occasion.
Motoring:There are spectacular views to be had from the Malvern Hills. The Welsh Marches, close by to the West, provide pretty routes for exploration, whilst the stunning countryside of rural Herefordshire, Shropshire and the Cotswolds is within easy reach.
For the more specialist motoring enthusiasts Shelsley Walsh speed hillclimb is only 3 miles away and a unique weekend event for off-road classic motorcycles, the RedMarley old motorcycles hill climb, with a pre-65 trial on Easter Sunday and the Hill Climb on Easter Monday.
Horse Riding:Riding for beginners or the more experienced – there is a wide range of local facilities, including tuition and bridleways.
Fishing:Fishing is available locally on River Teme and also in many local private pools – please ask for further information.
Historical and other attractions:There are many places of historical interest to visit within the immediate area, including Great Witley Court and Church, Berrington Hall, Brockhampton, Croft Castle and the Hereford and Worcester Cathedrals. For those who don’t mind wandering a little further afield, there are Shakespeare’s Birthplace in Stratford-upon-Avon, Gloucester Historic Docks and the Black Country Museum, to name but a small selection of what this area has to offer.
The West Midlands Safari Park is close by, as is The Severn Valley Railway which hosts various events throughout the year. This beautifully restored railway offers a 16 mile journey through glorious countryside from Kiddeminster to Bridgnorth, with trains running at weekends all year round, and daily from mid May to October.
The City of Worcester boasts a magnificent Cathedral, a splendid Guildhall, The Commandery Civil War Centre and various museums. Worcester Racecourse and the County Cricket grounds offer exciting days out for sports lovers. There are excellent pay and play golf courses, tennis, quad biking, a heated indoor pool, leisure centres and major shopping centres and craft centres nearby.
Walking:Soak up the beautiful local scenery with lots of walks to suit all abilities, from gentle walks locally to hikes across the Malverns!
Main Centres:Worcester (14 miles), Hereford (21 miles), Bromyard (7 miles) Kidderminster (15 miles), Ludlow (17 miles) and Malvern (18 miles) are all within easy reach by car, with Tewkesbury (33 miles), Gloucester (38 miles), Stratford-upon-Avon (40 miles) and the Black Country (31 miles) not much further afield.
Festivals and markets:Food & Drink, Craft, Arts, Theatre, Folk, Music & Mediaeval – the area hosts festivals of all varieties and markets, including Farmers' Markets throughout the year.
Nurseries and Gardening:Excellent Burford House Garden nursery, gardens, cafe and gift centre. NHS Spring Gardening Show, NHS Autumn Gardening Show at Malvern. Many general and specialist nurseries and garden centres.
Crafts:Local pottery and cookery courses are available – please ask for further details.
Books:Antiquarian book collectors visiting Hay-on-Wye, the internationally renowned town of books may care to make a side trip to Ludlow or Malvern where several other second-hand and antiquarian bookshops can be found.
West Midland Safari Park