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Built in 2009 this completely self-contained ground floor apartment is the ideal place to relax in a quiet off-road and rural environment.
Overlooking a lawn and tall pine trees it comprises:
a sitting room,
fully equipped kitchen,
shower room with toilet.
The apartment has use of a utility room with washing machine, tumble dryer and ironing facilities.
Access to the apartment is from both the front and the rear with ample space for parking.
For a terms & conditions of hire,
please click here.
FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE
Arrangements can be made for guests to be picked up from either of the two Worcester railway stations Foregate Street or Shrub Hill.
THINGS TO DO PLACE TO GO...
For ideas on activities and excursions, click here
The Firs is ideally situated for both sight-seeing and for those who wish to explore the countryside of Worcestershire, Herefordshire and Warwickshire.
The village of Lower Broadheath is itself notable as the village in which Sir Edward Elgar was born. As well being able to visit the house of his birth there is an Elgar Museum and an Elgar Centre.
For aficionados of the composer and his works there is an Elgar trail including parts of the Malvern Hills which was his inspiration for many of his compositions.
Walking along the summits of the Malvern Hills is in itself an attraction of the area as is the Malvern Three Counties showground on which is held the famous Spring and Autumn shows. Malvern also boasts a magnificent theatre and concert hall together with an arts cinema. It is also the home of the Morgan sports car which is still manufactured in the town.
Slightly further afield but nevertheless in easy reach are the towns of Shakespear's Stratford on Avon, Warwick and its castle, Cheltenham and its racing and Birmingham NEC and NIA.
Each of which has its particular cultural and historical bias.
On the other hand within three miles of The Firs is Worcester City with the magnificent Worcester Cathedral, the River Severn, Worcestershire County Cricket ground and the Royal Worcester Porcelain museum.
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Your hosts at The Firs are Rosie Thom and Dag Smith