Cottages in Tenbury Wells

Buzzards View at The Baiting House, Tenbury Wells, Worcestershire

Buzzards View at The Baiting House
Upper Sapey
Tenbury Wells


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Lying behind a quietly traditional country pub serving real ales and good food (Thursday to Sunday), and within easy reach of main roads and a wealth of attractions, these three convenient apartments are ideal for a weekend break. Upper Sapey village is surrounded by some of the finest countryside that Worcestershire and Herefordshire have to offer, affording great opportunities for walking, cycling and horse riding. The counties' many waterways boast miles of peaceful riverbanks and canal towpaths for visitors to wander along, whilst golf enthusiasts will be delighted to find a course only 300 yards away. Just 7 miles distant, the small market towns of Tenbury Wells and Bromyard provide a variety of shops and inns as well as an indoor swimming pool, theatre and leisure centre. Great Witley Court and Church, Berrington Hall, Brockhampton, Croft Castle and the magnificent cathedrals at Hereford and Worcester are all within a short drive and Worcester also boasts river boat trips, a racecourse and the famous county cricket ground.

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