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Perrycroft, historic holiday cottages.
Perrycroft Holiday Cottages are within the grounds of Perrycroft, an Arts and Crafts gem high on the Malvern Hills, designed by renowned architect CFA Voysey, and built in 1895. The Lodge is one of three holiday cottages at Perrycroft, each one ideally located to explore the Malvern Hills AONB and surrounding area.
The Lodge is an Arts and Crafts cottage which was designed by CFA Voysey along with the main house. The cottage has been restored and furnished to an exceptionally high standard to retain all its authentic details, such as the leaded light windows and quarry tiled floors, cottage fireplaces and original door and window ironmongery. Updated to provide all modern comforts including wifi internet, television, central heating, and a fully equipped kitchen, The Lodge will appeal to visitors in search of a peaceful holiday home in an historic setting. Perfect for up to six guests, particularly those who enjoy walking.
The Malvern Hills area is a walker’s paradise with fabulous footpaths available straight from your front door. This charming and comfortable, dog friendly cottage is perfect for short breaks and longer holidays and is available all year round. The ideal holiday cottage from which to visit the Malverns, the Cotswolds, Welsh Borders and beyond.
Stepping out of the back kitchen into the garden you find a large sloping lawn with beautiful views to the south and west. You can take advantage of the table and chairs on the lawn to dine outside, and there is also a bench at the top of the garden to take coffee while admiring the wonderful Malvern Hills countryside. Across a covered porch from the back door is the original high level WC. The garden is fully enclosed and safe for your dog, and adjacent to the garden is private parking for two cars.
Stepping into The Lodge you enter the splendid Dining Room to your left, with antique dining table and a cosy wood burning stove. A long window seat strewn with Kelim cushions allows you to relax and enjoy the southerly view from the front of the cottage. Behind is the large country Kitchen. Fully equipped and generously provided, the kitchen has an electric range style cooker, retro fridge freezer, and an antique welsh dresser with vintage dinner service. To the right of the front door is the Sitting Room, with comfortable seating for 6 people, and an open fireplace. Here you can relax with the books and board games, TV and Dvds provided. Beyond the sitting room is the ground floor double Bedroom with king size brass bed and en-suite WC and shower room. At the far end of the cottage there is a ground floor twin Bedroom which has stunning views to the south. This room shares the family bathroom which is found up the adjacent cottage staircase.
First Floor Description
Up the old cottage staircase from the back hall you reach the first floor double Bedroom, with its king size antique brass bedstead, and a splendid southerly view. The large family bathroom across the landing has a ball and claw foot bath, and an antique wash stand.
Window Views Description
The main view from the front windows of the cottage, looking south, is of the British Camp, an Iron Age hill fort which is a striking local landmark. To the rear from the kitchen and bathroom windows is a pleasant aspect on to the cottage garden.
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