The cottage was formerly the gardener’s house for Perrycroft, an Arts and Crafts house designed by architect CFA Voysey in 1893.  Although the cottage was not part of Voysey’s design, and in fact has earlier origins, it was renovated and extended in the early 20th century incorporating many design details taken from Perrycroft. 

From the terrace you can step straight out onto the Malvern Hills, or over a stile into the grounds of Perrycroft, recently featured in ‘House and Garden’ magazine (November 2009). 

Sleeps 5/6  
3 bedrooms: 
1 double (with en-suite shower room)                      
1 twin                      
1 single with pull out bed to make a twin  

2 bathrooms (1 en-suite),  and downstairs WC  

Well equipped kitchen with dishwasher and washing machine  

Dining Room  

Sitting Room with TV, DVD and Broadband  

Under floor heating downstairs, and radiators upstairs   Two wood burning stoves  

Parking for two cars  

Garden with table and seating


Interior Furnishing - Tinsmiths of Ledbury
Wrought Ironwork- Mallards Ironwork
Garden Furniture- Gillian Archer Design