Thatcher ‘favourite' Cottage in the Woods for sale for £1.95m

16 September 2013 by
Thatcher ‘favourite' Cottage in the Woods for sale for £1.95m

The Cottage in the Wood in Worcestershire, reputedly the favourite retreat of Baroness Thatcher, is up for sale for around £1.95m.

Christie + Co is marketing the hotel and restaurant, which the Daily Mail also claimed benefited from the "Best View in England".

The Cottage in the Wood sits in the Malvern Hills and enjoys panoramic views of the Severn Valley, to the West of the Cotswolds.

Former Prime Minister Thatcher regularly visited the Cottage in the Wood to relax, particularly during her later years.

The hotel is comprised of three buildings, throughout which are 30 en-suite bedrooms. The main house contains the recently refurbished two-AA-Rosette Outlook restaurant may be found, as well as a bar lounge, a boardroom and seven double bedrooms.

Four further rooms are within the adjacent Beech Cottage, originally a woodman's cottage which pre-dates the main building by over 100 years. The remainder of the rooms are within the third building, The Pinnacles, named after Pinnacle Hill which lies beyond.

There is also a detached bungalow which serves as owner's accommodation adjacent to the main house.

Christie + Co is seeking offers in the region of £1,950,000 for the freehold.

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