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B and Bs in Mitcheldean

New House Farm
Barrell Lane
Aston Ingham

Mitcheldean
Gloucestershire

GL17 0LS | View map
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The Farmhouse has 3 bedrooms, one with a queen size four poster bed, one family room with a queen size double & 2 single beds, and one double room. All rooms are fully en-suite, with bath and/or shower, basin & wc. All have tea/coffee making facilities, TV/VCR, hairdryer, and clock radio. There is also a guest lounge with TV and log fire. Breakfast is served at a time convenient to our guests, and if your appetite isn't up to a full English breakfast, then we can offer something a bit lighter if you prefer. Evening meals are available at our family owned pub The Penny Farthing. The panoramic views of the countryside from the front of the house are spectacular. Whatever time of year you choose to visit there is always something to enjoy from the ever changing scenery. In all but the worst weather the Malvern Hills are clearly visible on the sky line. From the courtyard outside the cottages there's just a short walk up the hill behind the house that leads you to the viewpoint shown below. Walking further up the hill from this viewpoint to the top of our woodland the views just keep improving. To the north-east, the Malverns, to the west the Black Mountains, and then to the north-west the Cotswold Hills can be seen in the distance.

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