Nether Green Farm
Ridgeway Cross, Cradley, Malvern, Worcestershire, WR13 5JS
Telephone: 01886 880387
A warm welcome awaits you at Nethergreen Farm, on the A4103 on the Herefordshire / Worcestershire border in an elevated position, set in the idyllic, gently indulating Herefordshire Countryside, with stunning views of the beautiful Malvern Hills.
Established as a bed and breakfast in 1984, the 18th century, south facing stone built farmhouse offers home from home, relaxing, comfortable accommodation.
There are three well proportioned bedrooms with characterful oak beams, a double room with sofa bed, a twin and a single room, all with television, central heating and tea and coffee making facilities.
Choices of hearty breakfasts are available with local free range eggs and homemade bread and preserves.
Packed lunches, cream teas and night time beverages are available on request.
Visitors are welcome to walk around the garden and small holding, enjoy afternoon tea in the summer house or on the patio, or swim in the outdoor swimming pool (weather permitting).
There is also a family woodland craft workshop on site where visitors may browse.
Camping is also available on site for the tourers and tents, also tepees for "proper camping".
There are many local hostelries offering home cooked food and local beers at very reasonable prices.
The Hillside spa town of Malvern is close by, where one can walk the hills or enjoy the shops and quaint tearooms.
There is also the Malvern Festival Theatre with a very varied programme for productions all year round.
A leisure centre and cinema are also close by.
Visit the historic cities of Worcester and Hereford both with their beautiful cathedrals river locations and excellent shops.
The quaint local market towns of Ledbury and Bromyard, both with leisure centres, theatres cafes restaurants and interesting shops are within a few miles, also local garden and craft centres.
There Morgan Sports Cars and still made in the town of Malvern by the Morgan Motor Company the oldest hand built sports car in the world.
Arrangements can be made for visits to the factory.
The glorious Wye Valley and Forest of Dean are also within easy access.