Allsetts Farm consists of four separate tasefully renovated barn conversions. Each retaining the charm of the original exposed timbers and stone work. They are set in a rural, peaceful enviroment with wonderful views of the Worcestershire countryside offering a haven of peace and tranquility.
Situated near the rural village of Broadwas on Teme just on the outskirts of Lower Broadheath where Sir Edward Elgar once walked, his birthplace being close by and where a small museum exists displaying some of his works.
The barns each have their own garden and patios, and are all furnished to a very high standard with their own fully fitted kitchen and ample supply of fresh linen & towels, fully central heated and plenty of car parking with some under cover.
Malvern Hills are just 15 mins away by car, where you can enjoy a leisurely walk and Worcester just 10 mins with its Cathedral, Worcester Porcelain & cricket club, and the M5 junction 7, only a further 5 mins away.
£250 - £700 based on 1 night
Please contact for exact prices.
Allsetts Farm features the following on-site facilities:
If the facility you require is not in the above list, then for more details, please get in touch with Allsetts Farm directly.