Cider Mill Cottage is a lovely individual beamed cottage. Near enough for Worcester Uni for a weekend visit with our ‘fresher year’ granddaughter. A very warm welcome from Catherine on our arrival. The cottage is very clean and comfy with logs and coal for the multi-fuel burner, plus we had a welcome basket of a cob loaf, eggs, butter, milk, apples, apple drink and even a small bottle of brandy (not necessarily going to be the exact same items for all visitors I would think). But such a nice touch. The beds are firm and comfortable with crisp clean linen. Absolutely quiet at night which we are used to and hoped for. The water is hot when needed and the building warm. Can’t fault the cottage, the lovely kept surroundings, use of the paddock for our dog and of course our friendly helpful hosts. There are many walks to go on and we do hope to return. Thank you again Catherine and Nic.
Val and Ralph Roberts
We stay at the Cider Mill for a week and had a great time. The cottage was cute and cozy, everything you would need for a holiday. Wonderful views. We loved the gardens and animals. Catherine and her family were a delight to get to know. Wish we could have stayed longer.
We spent a lovely short break at Cider Mill Cottage and would have loved to stay longer. The cottage is delightful and very relaxing. We appreciated the delicious local goodies that Catherine left for us.
I enjoyed meeting the lovely Labrador dogs owned by the family.
Catherine, the owner, was very friendly and welcoming.
We recommend a visit to the National Trust Property nearby, Brockhampton Estate.
Just one very minor thing, the property was very well equipped and everything good quality, we would have liked a small radio to listen to.
My husband and I had a short break away at the Cider Mill Cottage as a treat that he'd booked for my birthday and I have to say it more than met our expectations. The accommodation was beautiful and the owners have thought of everything to make your stay feel welcoming with touches of luxury. The setting for this cottage is remote enough that you can lose yourself in your surroundings or venture out to find good food and drink nearby. I would be very surprised if we are not on a return visit soon and would love to stay for longer on the next visit. Thank you Catherine for sharing your wonderful space with us X
The location is a hidden gem in one of the most beautiful parts of England. There are footpaths running straight from the cottage with the most beautiful views and so many places to visit. The cottage is charmingly rustic, warm and cosy and very well presented. We enjoyed using the new Clearview wood burner and cooking on an Aga.
The owner Catherine lives nearby and is a lovely host and very helpful, she knows the best pubs! Brilliant stay; really recommend it to re-charge your soul.
We thoroughly enjoyed our stay and Catherine was extremely helpful throughout our visit. Our daughter loved the long track down to the cottage where we passed the hares daily. We would love to return. Everything was provided and the welcome basket was much appreciated.
Immaculate - unique - cosy - well equipped. Considerate owners - generous welcome basket. Pleasant stay but beware the awful & long access drive - see owner's website.
(i) This semi-detached cottage comprises only the building - no attached garden or outside space. Outside space is only available by accessing owner's large garden or paddock. We were welcome to use owner's garden, but our own private quiet corner next to the cottage for reading, coffee etc was not available - nor was it possible to provide it. This would stop us returning.
The owners are constructing private space for the cottage but roughly 30 metres into a corner of their garden.
(ii) The only country view was from one bedroom window (see photo).