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The Parsonage

Ombersley

Sleeps 12
Bedrooms
6
Bathrooms
5
No Pets
Hot Tub
Local Pub
WIFI
50-99 Mbps
Surround yourselves in elegance and glamour at The Parsonage, a Grade II listed manor house set amongst 12 acres of sublime gardens. Each room is a display of grandeur from the gorgeous bedrooms to the traditionally styled shaker kitchen, just waiting for a private chef and your special occasion. Bathe in sunlight in the orangery and enjoy long conversations in the decadent sitting room with views out to the topiary adorned garden. Stroll the grounds gazing across to the Malvern Hills in the distance and sink into luxury in the secluded hot tub with a glass of champagne at the end of the day. Gather your friends and family for an unforgettable stay at this refined country manor where each moment is a delight.
Full Description
Arriving along the topiary lined drive, The Parsonage appears with its wisteria framed entrance. This grand country manor will whisk you away to a wonderland of distinguished style with both finely detailed interiors and carefully manicured grounds. Inside, a host of pristine living rooms and bedrooms suit a range of family gatherings or friendly celebrations, and in the garden you will find the undisturbed hot tub on a quiet terrace.

Once you step into The Parsonage you will find you won’t want to leave. First impressions are made in the sublime entrance hall with marble flooring and columns, raising your expectations for the rest of this manor house. You are met in the sumptuous sitting room by plump sofas around the warming fire while the adjacent orangery will be your favourite spot for bright summer evenings and glasses of champagne. Invite a private chef to prepare meals in the traditional country styled kitchen, to be served in the handsome dining room. With a plethora of sitting areas throughout you can always find a quiet spot for yourself before retiring to one of the bedrooms. Velvet headboards, eye-catching furnishings and swathes of luxurious curtains these rooms do not disappoint.

Quiet morning walks in the garden are met with characterful topiary and inspiring views to the Malvern Hills. Host a teddy bears picnic for the children or play garden games with the grandeur of the Grade II listed Parsonage sitting behind you. The pond provides a peaceful retreat and there is plenty of seating for dining al fresco and making the most of your time here. Hidden in a quiet spot, the 7-seater hot tub is the icing on the cake where you can relax beneath the twinkling lights. For days out Worcestershire delivers stunning stately homes, Hartlebury Castle and the West Midlands Safari Park will keep everybody entertained no matter their age. For a touch of class, visit the Morgan Factory and take a drive around the Malvern Hills.

Ground Floor


Entrance Hall:
The entrance hall immediately encapsulates the personality of The Parsonage. Marble flooring spreads before you with an open fire, grandfather clock and high-backed armchairs adding a certain status to the space.

Open Plan Kitchen/Diner:
The shaker style kitchen embraces its traditional style with an AGA sitting beneath a large inglenook. Perfect for cooking large meals there is also an American-style fridge/freezer, microwave and electric oven. Using the central island, you can serve meals and drinks here with ease. Alongside the kitchen is a dining area seating 10 around a circular table, ideal for breakfasts or afternoon tea.

The washing machine and tumble dryer are in an external utility where there is a sink and space to store muddy boots and coats when you return from walking the nearby Malverns.

Orangery:
The orangery is flooded with light and transports you to a tropical realm. Socialise here while dinner is being prepared, watch the Smart TV or open the French doors to step out onto the terrace and take in the garden view. There is a selection of sofas and armchairs to make sure you’re comfortable.

Living Room:
Looking out to the topiary garden, the elegant living room has been finished with decadent swathes of lavish curtains, button back armchairs and a large stately mirror above the open fire. Retire on one of the three-seater sofas on cooler evenings to reminisce with your group and linger long into the night over conversation.

Dining Room:
Striking large windows look out to the garden from the long dining table seating 12. Set the scene for delicious feasts with fresh flowers and crystal glassware, lighting the fire to add some atmosphere for evening meals.

Office:
Tucked away at the side of the house, the office provides peace and quiet if you need to spend a couple of hours working. With panelled walls and a decorative fireplace, this is an office like no other.

Cloakroom:
The cloakroom is a surprising feature, as you step in a feature wall of faux books and old newspaper style wallpaper catches the eye. There is a WC and sink in this ornate cloakroom.

First Floor


Bedroom One:
The glamorous master bedroom has a plush super king-size bed with a high velvet headboard. Accents of silver are added with bedside tables, richly draped curtains and a magnificent mirrored cabinet which hides the TV. This south facing bedroom makes the most of the sunlight so why not spend some time on one of the armchairs enjoying the view across the tops of the topiary animals.

En-Suite:
The spacious bathroom has an impressive shower cubicle with rainfall shower head, bath, WC and twin basins. At the foot of the bath is a TV to make bathtime even more relaxing.

Bedroom Two:
This bedroom embraces gold tones in the crushed velvet headboard, curtains and finishing touches. The super-king size bed sits between beside tables, there is a unique silver dresser and a writing desk. The TV rests on an easel but you might yourselves more drawn to the view out of the central window.

En-Suite:
The luxurious en-suite features a freestanding rolltop bath, waiting to be filled with bubbles so you can sink into it at the end of the day. There is also a separate shower, WC and sink.

Bedroom Three:
A secluded double bedroom is at the rear of the house but it is no less sumptuous than the other rooms. A statement velvet headboard and mirrored chest of drawers with a TV above add the personality here.

Bedroom Four:
With twin beds this room would be suited to older children. Decorated in a country French style with wooden beds, armoire and chest of drawers two landscape paintings above the beds add a dignified touch to this bedroom.

Shower Room:
Shared between bedrooms three and four, the shower room has a large shower cubicle, WC and sink.

Sitting Area:
Utilising the landing space, the sitting space is a wonderful area for younger guests to spend time. With a TV and Xbox Series X games console you can spread out on the sofa and have a competitive gaming marathon.

Second Floor


Bedroom Five:
The super king-size bed in bedroom five faces a window overlooking the front garden, a charming view to wake up to. With a TV, bedside tables, writing desk and chest of drawers, a mirrored end wall adds a unique spark.

En-Suite:
In the en-suite you find a shower, WC and twin basins.

Bedroom Six:
A second twin bedroom is hidden at the top of the house. This lovely room has two single beds a dressing table and chest of drawers. This would be the perfect hideout for children whose parents are staying in bedroom five.

Sitting Area:
Two armchairs rest beneath painted wooden beams, sit here and watch TV or enjoy a morning coffee prepared using the coffee machine found here.

Bathroom:
An unexpected addition to this suite of rooms is the bathroom which sits between the two bedrooms. There is a central freestanding bath with two armchairs, ideal for bathing children at the end of the day.

Outside


Stroll through the 12 acres of grounds and get lost amongst the beautiful gardens of The Parsonage. From sweeping lawns to manicured flower gardens there are places to spend time together and separately. The 7-seater hot tub is secluded to one side on a raised terrace, twinkling lights above make this a romantic place to share a glass of champagne. Follow the footpaths to discover the many different spaces and play guess the animal amongst the topiary with the children. Sit beside the pond for quiet contemplation, or gaze across to the Malvern Hills for inspiration for your next country hike. There is parking for six cars on the gravelled driveway at the front of the house.
Full List of Facilities

Indoor

  • Bedrooms - 2 x super king-size, 2 x king-size, 2 x twin
  • 5 Bathrooms - 3 x en-suite, 1 x shower room, 1 x bathroom (no sink or WC)
  • Hairdryer
  • Fire - Logs provided for initial fires 1st October to 31st March
  • AGA
  • Oven
  • Hob
  • Microwave
  • Toaster
  • Kettle
  • Fridge
  • Freezer
  • Coffee machine - Nespresso
  • Dishwasher
  • Dining table - Seats 12 in dining room, seats 10 in kitchen
  • Washing machine
  • Tumble dryer
  • Iron
  • WiFi *Please note that speeds are for guidance only and are not guaranteed - 50-99 Mbps
  • TV - Smart
  • Desk chair
  • Baby/child equipment not provided
  • Game console - Xbox Series X

Outdoor

  • Garden - Extensive gardens with open pond, children to be supervised.
  • Outdoor dining area - Seating for 12
  • BBQ - Gas
  • Hot tub - 7-Seater
  • Parking - Off road parking for 6 cars
Owner Recommendations
From spending time in the secluded hot tub to soaking in the views of the Malvern Hills with a picnic from the lawned garden, enjoying the 12 acres of grounds at The Parsonage is an exclusive experience.

A short walk brings you into the quaint village of Ombersley, a bustling and pictruesque spot with a host of eateries from friendly pubs such as The Cross Keys to a country deli and kitchen at Checketts. We recommend a visit to The Venture In which is a fantastic choice for fine dining where the service and atmosphere are excellent. You are also within easy reach of several farm shops with butchers, locally grown fruit and vegetables and a range of artisan produce from the county. Bring back all the ingredients for your favourite meal and let the chef of your group cook up a feast in the fabulous kitchen at The Parsonage.

Worcestershire is a treasure trove of National Trust properties with Hanbury Hall, Croome Court, The Firs and Greyfriar’s House and Garden all within easy reach. Spend a day soaking in the culture and heritage of this area and visit the nearby cathedral city of Worcester with its riverside walks and timber framed buildings for a spot of retail therapy.


There is so much to discover in the Cotswolds, why not take a look at some of our favourite Bolthole Retreats Experiences
Points of Note
  • Book with us to get exclusive discounts to top attractions and experiences. 
  • After you have placed your booking at The Parsonage we will contact you within 48 hours to discuss the nature of your stay
  • It is the policy of this property not to take bookings for groups where the majority of guests are under the age of 25, or single-sex group celebrations, including stag/hen parties.
  • The Parsonage is one of our pet-free properties and therefore dogs and other pets are not permitted.
  • There is an open pond in the garden, children must be supervised.
  • Please make yourself aware of the hot tub rules. The hot tub is available between 10am-9pm.
  • We ask our guests for a security deposit of £1000 to be paid by bank transfer. This is in case there is any damage to the property during your stay. This will be transferred back to you within 48 hours of departure if there is no damage. We will contact you near the time of your arrival to arrange this.
  • We do not permit fireworks or sky lanterns in the grounds we have an interest in the wildlife surrounding the house and grounds.

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Location

The Parsonage sits just outside the charming village of Ombersley which offers a choice of delightful eateries and many opportunities for walks in the country and along the River Severn. Further afield the Malvern Hills beckon or for a taste of city life head into Worcester. Nearby there are plenty of opportunities for days out visiting National trust properties including Hanbury Hall and Greyfriar's House and Garden. Further afield explore the Wyre Forest and its walking and cycling trails and you can even head to Cadbury World and dive into the world of chocolate.