Martley 3.6 miles. One of two magnificent Grade II listed, traditional black and white cottages, set in the grounds of the famous Shelsley Walsh Hill Climb, in the idyllic village of Shelsley Walsh, Worcestershire. Exuding character through striking exposed beams and original elm wood flooring, both cottages offer a warm and welcoming setting, perfect for a family holiday or group getaway for eight.
Each of the properties feature a well-equipped kitchen and a homely sitting room boasting an eye-catching electric woodburning-effect stove, as well as a spacious bathroom with a chic free-standing clawfoot bath and two bedrooms set up as both a double and a twin. Guests of each property will benefit from use of the shared outdoor seating area, and ample off-road parking.
Resting on the banks of the pretty River Teme in the wonderful Worcestershire countryside, visitors will be spoilt for choice with an extensive range of activities to be enjoyed. Embark on a scenic woodland walk on one of the many enchanting trails that surround the cottages, or explore the breath-taking landscapes of the Malvern Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty or Wyre Forest National Nature Reserve, whether it be by foot or bike. The pretty and historical town of Kidderminster is just a short drive away and is filled with charming cafés and imposing historical landmarks, whilst the city of Worcester is home to a grand medieval cathedral and awe-inspiring museums telling tales of the rich local history.
These self-catering holiday homes offer the perfect setting for an unforgettable adventure in Worcestershire.
For more information about Segrave Cottage, which is the second cottage mentioned above, visit the Segrave Cottage page.