Cowleigh Park
Farm And Farmhouse
Cowleigh Road, Malvern, Worcestershire, WR13 5HJ
Telephone: 01684 566750
Enjoy England 4 Stars

Cowleigh Park Farmhouse is a delightful timber-framed farmhouse built in the 17th century. This beautifully restored home is set within its own grounds and is peacefully located at the foot of the Malvern hills creating a tranquil setting for a relaxing stay.

Bed and Breakfast
The house has period furnishing throughout and offers a choice of three comfortable rooms all with colour TV, wireless internet, central heating and en-suite facilities. All bath/shower rooms have recently been renovated to a high standard. Breakfast includes locally sourced organic produce and homemade bread and preserves

There is extensive car parking set well off the road within the grounds of the property, and guests are welcome to use the pleasant gardens.

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The Cottage
The Farmhouse Cottage adjoins the 17th century timbered farmhouse but is completely self contained. It has it's own patio with shared use of the gardens. It also has the advantage of having Malvern spring water 'on tap'.

The cottage is spacious and comfortably furnished. It is fully carpeted, extremely well equipped and has wireless internet.

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The Cider Press

Adjoining the farmhouse and formerly the apple store for the farm this pretty conversion provides a delightful double bedroom, with sitting room and recently renovated bathroom and kitchen. It also has its own patio and shared use of the gardens. Well equipped and furnished.Wireless Internet and Malvern water on tap.
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Sheltered by the Malvern Hills from the west wind, Great Malvern is beautiful Victorian spa town that has an abundance of natural beauty and history. Perhaps it was the pure water of the Malvern Hills springs that first attracted the iron-age builders of The British Camp, and then, hundreds of years later, the founders of Malvern's two medieval priories. Certainly it was those waters that made Malvern a 19th century spa, with the elegance to become a place of culture, attracting people like Sir Edward Elgar and George Bernard Shaw.

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