Cowleigh Park Farm is a delightful timber framed, former farmhouse, nestling at the foot of the Malvern Hills. Dating from the 17th century the house is Grade II listed and set within pleasant grounds of over one acre. Its peaceful location on the edge of town creates a tranquil setting for a relaxing stay.
In 1599 Cowleigh Park Farm was described by Thomas Habington in his book A Survey of Worcestershire as “A mansion where the springs descending from above with a soft murmur delight the senses.”
This beautifully restored home offers three comfortable, double, superking or twin, bed and breakfast rooms each with a television, free wireless internet and en suite bath or shower rooms. Also available on a self catering basis are the adjoining Cider Press: a one-bedroom apartment and the four-bedroom Farmhouse Cottage.
There is extensive car parking set well off the road within the grounds of the property and guests are welcome to share the pleasant gardens (please note that there is a large and fairly deep pond). Views over orchards and pastureland.
Conveniently situated for access to Malvern and the majestic Malvern Hills, Cowleigh Park Farm is a popular resting place for both business and leisure stays. Malvern Link railway station with direct trains to London and Birmingham is just a five minute drive away. The house is also on the Worcestershire Way with footpaths leading up onto the hills as well as towards Herefordshire and the Teme Valley.
Amongst the many interesting features in the house are taper burn marks on several timbers. These have pagan/superstitious origins and were believed to protect the house. You can find view a booklet with further information here.