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Self-Catering in Whitbourne

National Trust Cottages, Whitbourne, Worcestershire

National Trust Cottages
The Oast House
Brockhampton Estate

Whitbourne
Worcestershire

WR6 5SH | View map
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This fine 18th-century brick built house stands in a wonderful position on the Brockhampton estate and still has the former hop kilns in place. The Oast House is full of character, has masses of room and makes an ideal retreat deep in the heart of unspoilt countryside. There is a large enclosed grassed garden. This is an ideal location for fishing.

Downstairs
Hall, sitting and dining room both with wood burning stove, utility room and bathroom.

First Floor
Three bedrooms (1 with 6' bed, 1 twin and 1 single) and bathroom with roll top bath and a shower cubicle.

Second Floor
Two bedrooms (1 double, 1 kingsize with 6' bed and 1 single with 26 bed, adjoining).

Visitor Notes
Oil central heating included. An additional supplement applies to short break bookings.

Accommodates 10 + cot

Details

Months Open: All Year
Number of Units: 1
Unit Type: Oast House
Nearest Major Town: Worcester/Malvern
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