Our new conversion only completed this summer, is the Old Granary Barn (sleeps 5), this three bedroom cottage has an open plan kitchen, living and dining area taking up the whole ground floor, with a modern country feel and space to family get togethers. Upstairs there are two ensuite bedrooms, one will be a double and one will be a twin (can be a snug king) with full length window looking out over the stone balcony stairs. There is also a small single room for those staying as a family.
Terms & Conditions
Please see our website.
Type Self Catering
£385 - £770 per week
A rural escape set in fifty acres of peaceful Worcestershire countryside; The Cottages converted from traditional farm buildings, are surrounded by picturesque farmland with a coarse fishing lake.
We look forward to welcoming you here at Phepson Farm, set in peaceful Worcestershire countryside with award winning cottages, fishing lake, organic farm and wildlife walk, a place our family has lived and loved for nearly 100 years. Welcome to our awards winning cottages all 4 star or 4 star gold award. We were lucky enough to win The Best Farm Cottages award with Visit Worcestershire in 2016 and look forward to welcoming our guests to stay on our family farm. Diamond Cottage is a two bedroom ground floor cottage, converted from the old stables and cowshed and The Granary is our most recently converted three bedroom cottage, only finished in 2016.
We have kept many original features and coupled them with modern country interiors to give our cottages real character. We are always on site and if there is ever anything you need during your stay then we are here to help, we have a wealth of local knowledge to advice on days out and try to ensure all your needs are met.
Welcome to Diamond Cottage, one of our most recently converted barns. With terracotta tiles throughout, exposed oak beams and large French doors, Diamond Cottage has a warm and relaxing atmosphere. The living room has a double height ceiling open beams and trusses with French doors leading onto the patio and garden. There is a large master bedroom with a sumptuous king size bed and a twin room, ideal for friends or family.
Additional Directions Information
Car arrival: DIRECTIONS From M5 (J5) Take the A38 to Droitwich. At the 1st set of lights turn left, at the next set of lights turn left again onto the B4090. After 2 miles turn right to Himbleton & Crowle. Phepson Farm is two miles along this lane, on the right.
From M5 (J6) Take the A4538 to Evesham. At the next roundabout turn left to Crowle, then take the 1st right to Crowle & Himbleton. Follow this road for 4 miles, after the turning to Himbleton village we are the 2nd farm on the left, clearly signed as PHEPSON FARM & COTTAGES.
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