Holiday Cottages around Malvern Hills
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Country Accommodation Herefordshire
Price guide per week Low High
Both cottages (sleeps 2) £340 £380

The Bee House and The Hive offer a quiet and relaxing venue for a holiday, with all the comforts of home.

Special Features:

  • Friendly welcome
  • No smoking
  • Dishwasher & washing machine
  • All linen & central heating included
  • Ample parking
  • Open all year
  • Sorry no pets

Book direct with Sandra or Bob Anderson
Nashend House,
Bosbury,
Nr Ledbury,
Herefordshire HR8 1JU

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Access Statement for The Bee House & The Hive

Introduction

The cottages have been converted from a bee house to holiday cottages. Whilst being one bed-roomed cottages they are spacious (with sloping ceilings upstairs in the bedroom and bathroom) well-equipped and very warm. Worth coming to for a relaxing break.

All information is on our website www.beehousecottages.co.uk, or if you prefer to ring 01531 640021 or 07773143149 we’ll be happy to answer any questions.
Bookings are done by phone.
The nearest bust stop is right outside the property but buses are infrequent.
There is a railway station at Ledbury and Malvern, and taxis are available.

Arrival & Parking Facilities

There is plenty of room to park outside both cottages and are for the use of the cottage hirer’s only, and has a gravelled drive.
Walking distance to each cottage is approximately 20 yds and there is a step to the front door. There is paving all around the cottages and lawns and the gardens are there to enjoy and relax in. Anyone feeling they want to water plants is free to do so!

Automatic sensor lights come on as approaching the front doors. There is a lamppost just outside the cottages that lights up before it gets dark each day.

Internal Information

Entrance Hall

This is a tiled floor with a non-slip mat on. A cupboard on the left houses a fan for hotter weather, and small electric wood burner, although cottages are very warm so probably not needed, an ironing board & iron, along with the electric metres.

Cloakroom

This is off the hall and has a tiled floor, toilet and washbasin.

Lounge

The lounge is carpeted and has a television with video and separate DVD. There is a selection of video’s and dvd’s along with books and games. Information leaflets are there of places to visit around the area – You’ll be surprised how many places there are!

Kitchen

The kitchen has a tiled floor and a large table that can seat 6 persons. The kitchen is very well equipped. There is a dishwasher, washing machine and tumble drier and tablets are provided for these appliances.
There is a back door off the kitchen that leads to a private patio area. There is a step down to the patio. There are four chairs and a table and a small barbeque, which works with barbeque coals.
A fence divides the two properties but for those who have booked both cottages there is a gate so that you can get through without going round the entire property.

Bedroom

The bedroom is upstairs (13 steps) and is carpeted. The Bee House has a king-size bed and The Hive has a super king bed or twin beds by arrangement as they are zip and link. The mattresses are pocket sprung and of orthopaedic standard, extremely comfortable even for those with bad backs. There is a television and clock radio. Beautiful views of the countryside.
The upper hall has a cupboard for hanging clothes along with a full-length mirror.

Bathroom

The flooring is a non-slip vinyl. There is a bath with an overhead shower, which works off the bath taps. The bathrooms are tiled up to the ceilings.

Fire Risk Assessment

The cottages are in accordance with fire regulations. The upstairs bedroom windows are large enough, with one window opening out completely should you need to get out in an emergency but are lockable as well from the inside, as are all the windows in the cottages.

All escape routes are clear in case of fire and there are keys for all the doors clearly in view. There are three doors downstairs, one from the kitchen, French doors in the lounge and the front door off the entrance.
Escape routes upstairs would be via windows.

The cottages have fire extinguisher blankets on the kitchen walls, and there is a smoke alarm fitted at the bottom of the stair in the lounge.

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