This lovely Grade II listed terraced cottage is situated in the town of Bewdley and sleeps four people in two bedrooms.
48 Wyre Hill is a delightful Grade II listed terraced cottage situated in the town of Bewdley. This cottage sleeps four people and has two bedrooms, consisting of one double and one twin, together with a bathroom. The cottage also has a kitchen with dining area and a sitting room with electric woodburner-effect stove. Outside there's roadside parking and a lawned garden with patio, furniture and barbecue. 48 Wyre Hill is an ideal base for a couple or small family with lots to see and do in the area.
RECENT CUSTOMER REVIEWS
Doesn't get much better ................in terms of cottage, location and weather, pretty much damned perfect!
Just spent the first Bank Holiday in May at this splendid cottage. It is very well located, equipped and very comfortable. The garden is a bonus especially in the lovely weather. A good walk up the hill and we all had "Hill knees" by the end of the 3 days but I would imagine a good walk up here each day would do everyone a power of good.
The cottage has lots of nice touches in term of the kitchen equipment and bathroom etc. The Wi Fi for those that can't live without it was more than adequate and Bewdley itself is a hidden gem and definitely a place to return to.
The Black Boy Pub is 2 doors down and another bonus - very friendly and what a pub should be.
All in all an accidental find but one to keep the details of. Jill C 2018-05-10
Comfy cottage Comfortable, cosy, clean and easy to manage. Nice and warm with simple to operate heating. Sofas and beds were comfy too, and the shower was a breeze to work. The cottage offered everything we needed for a relaxing holiday, including an excellent fridge freezer. Bewdley town is a lovely traditional town with as beautiful riverside where everyone is very friendly and helpful. The fruit and veg shop is terrific, the tourist man in the museum couldn't have been more helpful. The town is less than five minutes walk down the hill but the climb up is taxing although there's a bus service if needed. A real bonus is that two doors away is a wonderful traditional proper community pub that's homely and welcoming - and serves a first-class pint of beer. Cheers to 48 Wyre Hill. love_britain49 2018-03-25
Beautifully furnished house in great location This was a lovely holiday rental. The house was beautifully furnished, and looked like it had been recently renovated so was very modern, clean and comfortable. The house had everything we needed, with a well equipped kitchen, comfy sofas in the living room and a lovely garden with tables and chairs. The location is excellent, very close to Bewdley town centre, which has lots of shops and places to eat. I would also recommend a nice walk along the river where you can feed the ducks and watch the rowing boats. However, the house is at the top of a steep, long hill, which doesn't have a footpath down the whole way, so not ideal if you are less mobile. We had our toddler daughter with us, so we didn't attempt to walk down the hill to get in to the town and instead decided to drive. First thing in the morning this was fine and it was easy to find a parking space, but if you hit rush hour or late afternoon then the roads do get quite congested. Parking at the property was fine, it is on street and first come first served, but we always managed to find a spot and mostly right outside the front door. The bedrooms were nicely furnished and comfortable. Just a note if you are bringing a travel cot with you - it won't fit in the smaller twin room but there is plenty of space in the double room. The house is also really close to local attractions such as the Severn Valley Railway, West Midlands Safari Park and Wyre Hill, where you can do the Gruffalo Trail. We had a great time at this property and would definitely come again and recommend to others. Twiglet321 2017-05-25
Fabulous, full of comfort and charm We thoroughly enjoyed our stay at this cottage in Bewdley.
Everything is spotless, totally clean, fresh and modern inside and extremely comfortable. The garden views are splendid across the Severn Valley with a patio, lawn and flower borders.
The oldest pub in the area is just a few doors down and the walk down into Bewdley is delightful. Bewdley has a huge choice of restaurants, shops and services and of course with magnificent River Severn running parallel with the steam trains of the Severn Valley Railway. West Midlands Safari Park is just a 5 minute drive.
We will be booking again soon! A perfect place to stay.
Thank you :) Alison S 2017-04-04
Details Gas central heating with electric stove Electric oven and hob, fridge/freezer, dishwasher, washing machine, TV with Freeview, WiFi, selection of books and games Fuel and power included in rent Bed linen and towels included in rent Roadside parking Lawned garden with patio, furniture and BBQ Sorry, no pets and no smoking Shop 5 mins walk, pub less than 1 min walk Note: Four steps up to front door Note: Five minute walk down steep hill to town centre, further on the way back up
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