Self Catering Holiday Cottages in Worcestershire

A Message from us at Fishpool Cottages

Your safety is paramount to us here at Fishpool Cottages. We are looking forward to welcoming our guests back to our stunning, secluded and most importantly, SAFE holiday cottages. We have always taken the cleanliness of our cottages extremely seriously which can be seen from our 5 STAR Visit England rating on Hygiene.

Our guests and our team can be assured we are taking extra measures to maintain our reputation. We are doubling housekeeping staff for the foreseeable future in order to ensure a deep clean between changeovers. Our team are following strict government distancing guidelines that we have put in place here at Fishpool Cottages in order to keep us all safe.

We have decided to remove the ‘Meet and Greet’ part of your stay with us to ensure we can maintain distancing. Guests will be able to enter the properties with the keys we have placed in the agreed locations via telephone or email. We will continue to offer our personal service as much as we can while still following government guidance.

Enjoy the perfect country break…in our Self Catering Holiday Cottages in Worcestershire. For up to ten guests (and the dog!) in accommodation that we believe provides home-from-home standards of quality and acres of outdoor space (including two acres of garden and two acres of ancient woodland).

All set in tranquil and unspoilt UK countryside of the Worcestershire, Herefordshire and South Shropshire borders. And yet we are no more than three hours motorway driving from the major cities in England (UK). And there is plenty to do within easy reach – the Medieval Ludlow overlooking the River Teme in Shropshire is a gastronomic epicentre hosting many festivals, of particular note is the internationally renowned yearly food festival held in the castle grounds. Hay-on-Wye, the town of legendary bookshops and literary festivals, Hereford Catheral, houses a chained library the Mappa Mundi; a geographical world map drawn on carved skin around 1300A.D. The Cathedral has a music tradition and the three choirs festival every year, Leominster is full of small antique shops, Herefordshire’s famous black and white trial on the Welsh Marches close to the border of Wales it is surrounded by beautiful rural countryside including Offa’s Dyke and the Golden Valley. The Brecon Beacons National Park and black mountains.  West Midlands Safari Park, the Severn Valley Railway, Eastnor Castle and much more (have a look at Things to Do).

Long Cover Cottage

Sleeps 6

The Coach House

Sleeps 2

Ebony Cottage

Sleeps 2