Entered through the courtyard archway, this inviting cottage is a light, spacious retreat from the world. The beamed drawing room has an antique pine fireplace with iron stove and a mellow terracotta tile floor. Bow windows give lovely views of the Upper Court gardens and Bredon Hill.
The separate dining room has a refectory table for 8 (with an additional table providing for a total of 14 diners if needed). A door leads to a sheltered private outside seating area – just the spot for a summer lunch. The kitchen has a dishwasher, washing machine and fridge/freezer.
On the first floor are two pretty bedrooms. One with zip and link beds (which can be a double or two singles) and the other with twin beds. A bathroom and shower-room complete this floor.
On the second floor, the former hayloft is now a gem of a bedroom, very private, with lovely old beams and plenty of character. Two single and one double (4ft 6in) bed.