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    This delightful residence is situated in the heart of the Worcestershire countryside offering the perfect location for exploring the many sights and amenities. The village of Welland borders Castlemorton Common and is also within walking distance of the famous Malvern Hills. The Cider Press is just two miles from the Three Counties Showground and just 4 miles from both Upton and Malvern. Shop ¼ mile, pub and restaurant 1 mile.
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  • Church View, CornwallInstant Book Overlay Image
    Church View is centrally positioned within the village of Probus, an ideal location for exploring Cornwall. The cul-de-sac position provides a quiet corner with parking for two cars. The side shallow ramp leads to the main entrance and hallway, whilst the living/dining room is bright and welcoming with comfy sofas, gas fire, Smart TV and the all-important Wi-Fi. Adjacent to this room is the kitchen, well equipped with appliances, including an electric oven and induction hob, dishwasher, microwave, fridge/freezer, a Quooker tap and Tassimo coffee machine.

    Set to the rear of the property looking over the garden, is a large bedroom with an electric split rising king-size bed and there is also a wall mounted Smart TV. Next to the bedroom is a further room which has a sofa bed, perhaps for an extra guest to use if required. This room can be used as a study and provides access to the conservatory, which has some seating. There is a wide doorway out to the decking and garden. Across the hall is a spacious walk-in wet room with rain shower, ideal wheelchair access or for guests with restricted mobility.

    The enclosed rear garden is a particular feature to the property, with a large sunny decking area, level to the lawn, great to enjoy breakfast, a barbeque or an evening glass of wine. There is also plenty of room on the lawn to spread out, or for the dog to enjoy. The property has wide doorways, ideal for a wheelchair set over a level surface.

    The rural village of Probus nestles between the city of Truro and town of St Austell making it a great location to visit the many beaches, fishing villages and the popular Roseland across the east & south coasts. A short drive will also take you across to the north coast toward Newquay. The village has a 16th century church and wide main street lined with elegant Georgian houses. The church tower is over 120’ high. Keen gardeners would appreciate the Probus Gardens, designed in the 1970’s to inspire people to make the most of Cornwall’s clement climate. There is a local pub along with takeaway options within walking distance from the property.
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    Whitewells Farm were the first holiday cottages in Herefordshire to have been converted from existing farm buildings into individual self-catering holiday homes in 1978. They all feature original beams throughout, half-cruck trusses and some have vaulted ceilings and beamed room divisions. Situated in the beautiful Herefordshire countryside, Whitewells Farm has a collection of individually styled barn conversions for you to stay in. Saddlestones was converted from the old milking parlour and stable, and has an upside down layout. The entrance hall leads to two beamed bedrooms, one with a kingsize bed and vanity unit, and the other, a very spacious room with two single beds. The bathroom is fitted with a bath and overhead shower. The staircase leads up to the kitchen/dining area and a large, heavily exposed beamed living room. There are wonderful views of the rolling countryside and the duck pond.
    The Black and White Trail, The Elgar Route, Cheltenham, and an abundance of National Trust properties, to name just a few, are some of the fascinating places to explore from your base at Whitewells Farm. Being placed close to the main routes to Hereford, Worcester, Ledbury, and Bromyard mean that access to towns and cities in all directions couldn’t be simpler. Do you enjoy the splendour of Regency buildings? Cheltenham, Leamington Spa, and of course Hereford, have some wonderful examples all within an hour’s drive. Being a border county means there are a wealth of medieval castles and houses to spend time visiting.
    Do you like walking? The views of the Malvern Hills from your cottage could inspire you to take that long-promised walk from British Camp along one of the seven most popular trails taking in wonderful views across Herefordshire, Gloucestershire, and Worcestershire.
    Locally there are nature reserves, great swathes of common land and lovely interesting walks in this varied countryside that changes with each season. From Ludlow’s eateries, restaurants, and delis’, to Ledbury’s abundance of award-winning butchers and independent cafés, Herefordshire, Shropshire, Worcestershire, and Gloucestershire’s food offerings just keep getting better and better. Fabulous farm shops, fantastic food festivals, innovative offerings from artisan producers, and the very best selection of local beers and ciders make these counties gastronomically unbeatable. Pub and restaurant 1½ miles.
    £124
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