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The Studio

Self Catering Accomodation with Breakfast
 

The Studio, Suckley, Worcestershire

The Studio is a private, self-contained guest suite accommodating 2 people with its own access. It sits in the northern end of the Malvern Hills Area of Outstanding Natural  Beauty on the county boundary between Worcestershire and Herefordshire. Nestled into the side of a quiet, wooded hill The Studio has beautiful South and West-facing views across the valley. We offer a peaceful studio retreat in a beautiful rural setting with plenty of private outside space. 

The area offers superb walking routes from your door, great cycling - both on and off road - arts and music events, poetry and music festivals and we are also well-positioned for accessing the renowned Malvern Theatres complex  and the varied programme of events at the Three Counties Showground.

 

Book 1 guest for £48, 2 guests for £68

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THE STUDIO

The Studio is a large, light and airy space with king size bed, kitchenette, en suite shower room and comfortable seating area. There is a comfortable single mattress available if separate sleeping is required.

 

OUR SERVICES

Breakfast

 

A continental breakfast is included and typically includes free range eggs, cereal, granola and Greek yoghurt and home-made marmalade or preserves  to go with your croissants & toast.

We will happily cater for dietary requirements within reason.

Garden

You're welcome to exclusive use of the entire front garden with far-reaching views over the Suckley hills

Free Wifi & Smart TV

 

Supefast  fibre broadband with Smart TV and Netflix. 

 

GALLERY

THINGS TO DO

 
Walking

Whether you're looking for a day's hiking or a gentle evening stroll there is something for everyone. You can connect to the 31 mile Worcester  Way which is a 5 minute walk from the Studio just across the valley or, within a few minute's drive,  choose a walk on the Malvern Hills with their magnificent forty mile views. 

Just down the road we have the tranquil Knapp & Papermill nature reserve where you might spot kingfishers and otters and the numerous local footpaths that criss-cross the area are easily accessible from your front door.

The Live and Let Live is a thatched, 16th Century former cider house tucked away on nearby Bringsty Common that serves delicious food and their website has 3 different walks on the common that you can do from their car park before you sample their wares!

Cycling

Whether you fancy taking your mountain bike on the Malverns or are exploring the beautiful lanes on a road bike there's something for everyone who's into bikes. And with a bike-wash area and cycle locking points here you can be sure they are kept clean and safe:)   

The Malvern Hills Mountain Biking Trails offer  routes from 5.6km - 18.8km with ascents varying between 260 - 540m and there are also routes through the foothills of the Malverns.  The Northern and Central Hills areas and the Southern Hills and Castlemorton Common all offer routes across this iconic landscape. For something different

The Forest of Dean, offering a lovely family-friendly trail right through to world-class downhill tracks, is an hour's drive away.

Loads of other Stuff...

Within just a  few miles we have the   The Bromyard Folk Festival, Shelsley Walsh Hill Climbs, The Upton Jazz Festival, The Malvern  RHS Spring Festival and Royal Three Counties Show plus all the Three Counties showground events that run throughout the year. 

 Eastnor Castle offers a Land Rover experience and is located just outside Ledbury, an ancient market town with a deep sense of local history and active cultural calendar.

Brockhampton National Trust is located on the edge of nearby Bromyard Downs and is magical at Christmas and the Welland Steam Rally is an anual summer event celebrating the golden era of steam.

Beekeeping and Smallholding courses are also available just behind The Studio. Please ask for details.

The magnificent River Severn in the historic city of Worcester is a beautiful backdrop to the many museums and historical attractions on offer in the city.

Eateries

We have a good selection of quality eateries all within a short drive including an Italian café in the village that serves lunches and afternoon teas as well as tapas on a Thursday evening.  A little further away in Bransford (5m) is The Fold  café which serves wholesome, healthy food all day every day of the week - much of which is grown on their own farm meaning zero food miles.

Blue Ginger is an arts café with its own gallery and is 3 miles down the road and the town of Malvern has many independent eateries to choose from as well as national restaurants and numerous takeaway options.

Local Shops

We have a great licensed local Post Office and shop selling all the essentials, an excellent  nearby farm shop, a local pub and even a micro brewery serving beers brewed on the hop farm!

The spa town of Great Malvern is 4 miles away and offers a  wide range of restaurants and many independent shops and cafes as well as a variety of supermarkets as well as the highly-renowned Malvern Festival Theatre which has a varied and engaging programme running throughout the year. There is also a retail park, a sports centre and a hospital.

The historic centre of Worcester (9m) offers excellent retail and dining facilities and a vibrant nightlife. 

GUEST REVIEW

A fantastic place with a spectacular view of the countryside and garden. Exceptionally clean and lots of nice touches such as gluten free options for my partner. Everything was perfect for a nice country retreat

 
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