Old Country House - Bed and Breakfast

There are three very comfortable double bedrooms, two with private bath/shower, and one 'ensuite'. They are all upstairs on the first floor. This is a very old house and therefore floors are uneven, ceilings can be low, and regrettably there is no access for wheelchairs. The garden also has some steps. There is ample central heating and log-fires. There are several sofas in the two large reception rooms for you to relax in, a library of books to dip into, board and card games to play, and even a grand piano to excercise your fingers!

The extensive farmhouse  breakfast encompasses local and organic food wherever possible, and special requirements can be catered for if agreed in advance. The kitchen is  available all day for making beverages and cold drinks and there are also trays for this purpose in all the bedrooms. There is no smoking at this property, and no television - to preserve the peace of this place for your enjoyment.

Rates vary from £65 per room per night (£40 Single Occupancy) for 'Patchwork', to £90 for either of the two larger rooms, 'North and South' and 'The Green Room', (£55 per night single occupancy).  For three night stays in the two bigger rooms, a discount of £10 per night applies to double occupancy, or £5 single occupancy.


If you would like to stay in the Farmhouse Bed and Breakfast, opening times are for minimum two-night stays between Thursdays and Sundays (except for Wednesday nights during the Malvern Garden Show.

If you just require a simple overnight stay then a limited number of bookings will be available at the Lighthouse, mainly but not exclusively outside main season.

If you want to stay for longer, PARTICULARLY if you are attending a course locally, I will do my best to put you up as usual throughout the week.

The Studio is available all week and all year round, for stays of two nights or longer.


          Relax in the sitting room...cool in                         summer, warm in winter by the fire.

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       Wonderful conversations happen around         the breakfast table!.

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         The path to the Hills

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