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Cottage / 2 bedrooms / sleeps 6
Hot Tub luxury and privacy, in a idyllic setting, come to Oldcastle Cottages at Oldcastle Farm and stay in lovely Falstaff cottage. Falstaff Cottage is located at Oldcastle Farm in the village of Colwall, which nestles on the foothills of the British Camp, the southern peak that forms part of the beautiful Malvern Hills. Oldcastle Farm is very private, located on a 60 acre farm estate, accessed by a private drive, but only minutes away from all the amenities.The farmhouse dates 1100's, the cottages are all character stone and oak, fully refurbished to the highest standards, complete with their own hot tubs and your own parking parking area.Colwall has a main line station, and London is only 2.5 hours away. We are located in the heart of England a great central meeting pointWhether it's a romantic weekend, a walking or cycling break, or just a relaxing holiday, Oldcastle is a beautiful peaceful place to enjoy. The formal gardens extend to 10 acres, with a small lake with fish, and several smaller ponds plus a newly planted rose walk and rose garden.You can start a walk through the farms fields, in 20 minutes to the top of British Camp (1390ft) or a 10-minute walk through the woods to the nearest restaurant/pub, the Malvern Hills Hotel, or the local pub is 10mins walk to Colwall Green.Falstaff Cottage is a larger cottage with lots of character and charm, it has commanding views of the Malvern's and located opposite a series of pretty fresh water ponds that take the water from of the hills.Falstaff Luxury Cottage was totally refurbished a this year, its finished to a very high standard. The stone cottage has an inset oak frame combining character and charm to a very individual design. Falstaff cottage offers roomy accommodation with two double bedrooms upstairs, both with vaulted ceilings and many oak beams. The rooms are finished to the highest standard, with king size beds and antique furniture. There is modern spotlighting to add to the atmosphere and charm.The lounge/diner is a large room with high a ceiling with natural oak beams. Fully appointed with all the necessities such as Satellite TV, DVD, Wi-Fi and docking station are all fitted. A freestanding wood-burning stove makes those winter breaks warm and inviting, there is access onto your private garden from the hallway to a Private hot tub.The galley oak beamed kitchen is fully fitted complete with gas cooker, microwave, fridge/freezer, dishwasher etc. The large toilet wet room has a walk in shower. There is a washing machine and tumble dryer if needed.The hot tub is awaiting you on arrival, the private garden is complete with bbq and garden table and chairs for the true “outside living” experience.Good restaurants nearby in the village or Malvern, pretty Ledbury and Cheltenham, the Cotswolds are not far away to the east or the Black mountains to the west, the Forest of Dean to the south.
|Size||Sleeps up to 6, 2 bedrooms|
|Rooms||2 bedrooms, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms|
|Nearest beach||weston super mare 70 km|
|Will consider||Corporate bookings|
|Nearest Amenities||1.5 km|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: birmingham 45 km|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages|
|Notes||Some pets are welcome - please contact the owner, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|Luxuries||Jacuzzi or hot tub, Log fire, Internet access, DVD player|
|General||Central heating, Satellite TV, Wi-Fi available|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer|
|Utilities||Clothes dryer, Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Washing machine|
|Furniture||1 Sofa beds, King Beds (2), Dining seats for 6, Lounge seats for 6|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided, High chair|
|Outdoors||Balcony or terrace, Private garden, BBQ|
|Access||Secure parking, Not suitable for wheelchair users|
The Worcestershire region
We are located in Colwall, our closest towns are Ledbury 5 miles with its old beautiful black and white buildings, Malvern just 2 miles. Worcester on the Severn 20 mins and Cheltenham about 25 mins with Michelin star meals and Georgian architecture. Gloucester has reinvented its Docks and locks at the head of the sharpness canal, by the Forest of Dean only 40 mins away. Broadway and the Slaughters are in the Cotswolds about 40 mins while the Black mountains and Hay on Wye, the other side of Hereford,
Cheltenham about 25 mins with Michelin star meals and Georgian architecture. Gloucester has reinvented its Docks and locks at the head of the sharpness canal, by the Forest of Dean only 40 mins away. Broadway and the Slaughters are in the Cotswolds about 40 mins while the Black mountains and Hay on Wye, the other side of Hereford,
Nearest airports are Birmingham and Bristol, we a halfway between them about an hours drive. The M50 jct 2 is 5 miles by car, we are an ideal central meeting point, located in the centre of England. With Oxford and Bath and Birmingham just over an hour away. The main line railway station in Colwall is a mile, Paddington London direct is only 2hr20 by fast train, Central Birmingham an hour.
Waitrose is about 2 miles with Tesco and Morrisons about 4 miles. For the active, walking and cycling from the farm, you are on the Malvern hills, Kayaking is on the River Wye at Ross. Fishing locally, or you can rent our private lake. Very good food and pubs to suit all tastes and pockets, are close by in the village and nearby, with many more choices in the towns around, See our list when you arrive.
Artists love to paint the landscape and still life in the grounds. We can arrange art classes from local artists, to help hone your skills. Clay pigeon shooting is only a few miles, Lessons are also available. The spring and autumn garden shows are a big draw locally along with dog show, the 3 counties farm show are just a few of the many events throughout the year. The Malvern theatre hosts many fine plays throughout the year.
The Upton jazz festival in June, the fast growing 60 music festival with the original bands playing in August, the folk festival in May and the blues festival in July attracts many people from all over the country.
The steam railway passes through some of the best scenery in the UK. You can book to have Sunday lunch on the move. Ludlow boasts two Michelin star restaurants and there many good bistros around the town and castle.
Cheltenham hosts the horse festival in spring the science fare and book fare are on in the summer. Montpellier parade a tree lined promenade from Georgian times has many fine shops and eateries.
Stratford theatre is around a fifty minute drive where Shakespearian productions attract the Thespian fraternity. It make a great night out!
The National trust and private stately Homes enjoy broad historical diversity, from the Welsh borders, The Marches up to the magnificent Powys Castle with its fantastic gardens or visit Hampton Court Gardens with its intriguing maze, only a few miles away.
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30 Nov 2014
"Totally fantastic place. Would definitely recommend it."
We had a really wonderful weekend here. The cottage is lovely, really homely and cosy. Hot tub and wood burner were amazing. Beautiful walks in the area. Clive was great. I'd highly recommend staying here.
16 Mar 2014
We wanted to get away from our normal hectic schedule to somewhere with peace & quiet and plenty of chill factor. We were not disappointed. The location was ideal for us. As you approach up the long drive you have magnificent views of the Malvern hills and you could see some of the beckoning walking trails amongst them. As you arrive onto the farm everything is oh so pretty ( even in Feb). The ponds, the wildlife, the greenery & then the buildings. These cottages are fascinating from the outside. So much quirky detailing and once inside our cottage was so much larger than expected. The owners have put a lot of thought in the refurbishing of the inside. Although it is a modern refurbishment, the features blend in with the age of the building perfectly, its like having the best of both worlds. The cottage has been filled with lots of individual items from all around the globe including some very local art projects- there was certainly plenty of things to talk about The bed was extremely comfortable & a good nights sleep was had by all and my favourite feature was the log burner. It was lush & Clive the owner kept us well supplied with any logs that we required. Clive & his wife were lovely and were available for help , advice or information whenever it was requested & even brought fresh towels half way through our stay. I have to say that a major factor for us ( & our 2 teenage children)was the excellent WIFI reception although sitting in the Hot tub at night watching the stars was also up there with enjoyment factor. There is an abundance of walks in this area to suit everybody's requirements & also plenty of viewing cafes etc. If you require a bit of retail therapy, look no further than Malvern with lots of individual shops, nooks & crannies. Here you will also find a Waitrose if you require supplies. The nearest village is Colwall - a 10 minute walk where you could find a Pharmacy, a small convenience store ( be warned- they do not supply any bags-take your own). For eating here, there's a couple of pubs, The Colwall Park Hotel and a little cafe run by a lovely guy called Neil. If like me- you are determined not to cook then this is the place for breakfast. For more of a market town, there is Ledbury -10 mins drive. Again It mainly consist of independent shops but it was great for eating - so much choice. The Olive Tree, a Mediterranean/Italian restaurant was fabulous. Also enjoyed pizza & tapas at a warm & welcoming little pub with a clay oven in the bar ( The Horseshoe inn) & even managed a take-away from a very popular indian restaurant by the name of Raj Mahal. I am pleased to say that we came home well rested
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