Located a few miles from Broadway, Field Farm is a large and very spacious home, situated at the end of a long drive and surrounded by open countryside.
Inside the house is spotless with large rooms, all very light and bright, simply furnished but very comfortable indeed.
The downstairs has a large kitchen diner, very well equipped and with breakfast table along with a vast Living Room plus Dining Room and conservatory.
Upstairs are four bedrooms all a good size and all with great views - indeed some look across to Broadway Tower in the distance and on days when it is running, you can see the steam rising from the Steam Trains that leave Broadway on their merry way through Winchcombe to Cheltenham!
The house is surrounded by a garden and there is plenty of space to spread out and play games or simply sit and do nothing!
With access to Broadway, Chipping Campden and Stratford Upon Avon all within an easy drive, this is a great holiday property - either for a group of friends or for a family looking for a base to enjoy the region and relax in great comfort.
Three bedrooms: 1 x twin, 1 x double, 1 x Double.
Ground floor basin and WC.
About the location
Stratford-upon-Avon 14 miles; Worcester 16 miles; Cheltenham 20 miles.
The pretty market town of Evesham lies within the Vale of Evesham, in a horseshoe of the River Avon, within driving distance of Worcester, Cheltenham and Stratford-upon-Avon. Evesham and the surrounding area is famous for its market gardening and the town has an array of individual shops, tea rooms, craft and antique shops, many traditional pubs, an Art Deco cinema and thriving arts centre. Steeped in history and mentioned in the Domesday Book, Evesham has a number of beautiful black and white timbered buildings, namely the 15th century merchants house in the Market Square, and the remains of Evesham Abbey are believed to date back to the 8th century. The area offers many lovely walks with Shakespeare’s Avon Way, Wychavon Way and The Heart of England Way all close by. Evesham Country Park is well worth a visit with an extensive garden centre, well-stocked farm shop, courtyard shops and restaurant, as well as a 130-acre estate criss-crossed with walks, or take a stroll up Bredon Hill home to an Iron Age Fort, Roman ramparts and numerous old standing stones all within the Cotswolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The nearby spa town of Malvern dates back to the Bronze Age, attracting plenty of visitors with its antique and craft fairs and auctions throughout the year, and the ancient cathedral city of Worcester, birthplace of Sir Edward Elgar is also close by.