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Broadway Manor Cottages, Broadway, Worcestershire

Broadway Manor Cottages
The Manor House
West End


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Rafters is a fully self contained delightful 4* self catering holiday apartment on the first floor of The Manor House, Broadway, above a converted ancient Cotswold stone coach house dating back to the 16th century.This romantic apartment, ideal for two guests, has a wealth of character with its exposed original oak beams and wonderful views over the surrounding grounds towards the Cotswold hills and Broadway Tower.The centre of the picturesque village of Broadway is just a few minutes walk along a nearby footpath. The Cotswold Way National Trail and a number of public footpaths are located a short walk from Rafters so is ideally located for those wishing to explore the surrounding area on foot. Accommodation : Self-contained entrance with stairs to first floor. Vaulted sitting/dining room with large leather sofa, separate armchair and dining table with seating for 4 guests. Fully-equipped kitchen. Spacious vaulted main bedroom with double 4'6" bed, en-suite bathroom with over-bath power shower, wc and basin. Linen and towels included with beds made up with crisp white linen on arrival.Features : Exposed oak beams. Gas central heating, electric hob, electric fan oven, microwave, fridge with freezer compartment (further freezer space available), energy saving digital Freeview TV with digital radio. Shared laundry facilities. Parking and tennis court. Free WiFi access.

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