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Ideally situated on the edge of Castlemorton Common and at the foot of the southern Malvern Hills is Grounds Farm. Claire and Don, the owners, are delighted to welcome holidaymakers to “The Oaks” commencing mid-April this year. “The Oaks” is a delightful three-bedroom conversion of the former dairy at the property; it delivers spacious and practical accommodation for five guests to enjoy all that the Malvern Hills have to offer. As the name suggests it is surrounded by grand Oak trees that have framed the landscape for hundreds of years.

Inside there are two large double bedrooms, one of which can be turned into a twin. An additional slightly smaller room completes the sleeping accommodation with a double bed. Versatility is at the heart of this cottage. A substantial kitchen with all the mod cons leads to a spacious living/dining room. The living area is open and comfortable with a vaulted ceiling. 

Outside the knocking of Bert and Bertha, the resident woodpeckers, fills the air, alongside the plaintiff bleat of the lambs looking for mum after they’ve ventured beyond the usual confines of the flock. The clip and clop of the horses walking to and from the stables sets a beat for the wind to whistle melodiously through the trees. Who said the country was quiet? – Regardless, a true rural idyll!

Direct from the property you can step or ride out (on bicycle or horse) to the myriad of footpaths or bridleways that weave their way across the hills. The local pub, The Marlbank Inn, is a short walk away. On a clear night looking up at the stars is a truly amazing sight. All-in-all Grounds Farm has a lot going for it as a base for a lively and lovely holiday in the Malvern Hills and beyond.

You can find out more at www.groundsfarm.net and follow the latest news on Facebook @groundsfarmmalvern.

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