Our black and white cottage dates back to 1632. Lounge, dining room and recently updated kitchen, outside courtyard for that all important al fresco dining during summer months, upstairs offers a quirky layout typical of this age of building, sloping ceilings and black and white beams throughout. Both double bedrooms although the second is quite limited on space, this second can also be adapted to a single bed, bathroom does not have shower fixture but has a fitted hand held one in the bath.
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- Min Stay5 nights
2 bedrooms in picturesque Georgian Town
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- Calendar last updated:
- Sep 17, 2018
A quirky charming old cottage within easy walking distance of the town centre
This cottage has everything we needed for our stay, plus the charm of a quirky old cottage. Convenient for town centre, shops, and entertainment all within walking distance. Our only problem was the street parking which was always full and we sometimes had to resort to public parking or a long walk. Ron & Lyn Power, Switzerland.
Good location for the guys working
they enjoyed their stay - thank you
A wonderful stay in a gorgeous town
The house has just about everything you could want - a really well-stocked kitchen in terms of appliances - pretty garden in the back and such a short, lovely walk to the beautiful Abbey and town centre. Lots of cafes, supermarket, delis, a market and a pretty river to walk to.
Lovely little cottage
Very well presented Grade II listed cottage. Well equipped and comfortable.
The pub two doors away was quite noisy during fine evenings and noisy with people leaving at closing time. Pershore very nice quiet town and is a great base for seeing the surrounding area. National Trust members will save a fortune in a week. Snowshill and Croome particularly recommended. Nice selection of local shops for food shopping.
Quaint and cozy
I loved this cottage! It is very charming. It was wonderful to be in down town Pershore.
Wonderful place, wonderful location
This 16th century cottage is cute and comfy and in perfect condition. Modern kitchen,, a back yard garden, cable TV, WiFi, etc. The town of Pershore is really nice. It's big enough to have everything you need, yet small enough to be charming and traditional. The cottage is just steps away from the beautiful old Abbey and the "downtown" shopping. The take-out Fish & Chips place across the street is awesome! The best ever.
We had a wonderful time there, including exploring the beautiful Cotswold villages and classic pubs nearby and some convenient hiking trails. Finished the visit with a beautiful concert at the Abbey. We do want to come back !
Abbey View Cottage is perfectly located for visiting the beautiful picturesque Cotswold villages, Stratford upon Avon steeped in Shakespearean history, the breathtaking Malvern Hills, Cheltenham are all within 30 mins of the cottage.
Pershore is situated on the River Avon, approximately 10 miles from Worcester and 6 miles from Evesham. Pershore can be reached direct by rail from London Paddington or via Worcester from Birmingham and the North. There are also good bus connections and Junction 7 of the M5 motorway is only 7 miles from Pershore.
Pershore is an unspoiled, picturesque Market Town, famed for its elegant Georgian architecture and magnificent Abbey. It is surrounded by beautiful countryside and picturesque villages and is a haven for cyclists and ramblers. Pershore is renowned for its independent shops which offer the discerning shopper an extensive range of purchases. Some of these are advertised on the Shopping in Pershore website. Pershore also has many specialist shops, an undercover market and welcoming pubs and restaurants. It also has its own Number 8 Community Arts Centre with an exciting programme of events.
Many of the buildings along Bridge Street and Broad Street are listed. Poets such as John Betjeman have been inspired by Pershore's beauty and its old-world charm is sure to entice you back time and time again.
countryside and picturesque villages and is a haven for cyclists and ramblers. Pershore is renowned for its independent shops which offer the discerning shopper an extensive range of purchases. Some of these are advertised on the Shopping in Pershore website. Pershore also has many specialist shops, an undercover market and welcoming pubs and restaurants. It also has its own Number 8 Community Arts Centre with an exciting programme of events.
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