Rafters is an award-winning apartment located on the first floor of a Cotswold Manor House which dates back to the 16th century. The Manor House was built in 1549 by the Sheldon family when the land was sold by the Abbots of Pershore following the Dissolution of the Monastries. After falling into a period of decline following the Second World War, the Manor House was rebuilt in the mid 1980s. Rafters is a fully self-contained apartment on the first floor of the house above a converted coach house. Located in the grounds are 4 further award winning holiday cottages and our guests are invited to enjoy the surrounding grounds of several acres including the old manorial stew pond, stream and ornamental fish pond which all attract a wide variety of wildlife. A wide range of excellent restaurants, independent shops, galleries, pubs and tea and coffee shops are just a few minutes’ walk from our award winning accommodation.
Rafters at The Manor House in Broadway is set in its own grounds in Broadway. The property features views of the garden and is 2.3 km from Broadway Tower. Free WiFi is available throughout the property and free private parking is available on site. An oven and a microwave can be found in the full equipped kitchen. There is also a dining and seating area with flat-screen TV. Other facilities at Rafters at The Manor House include a barbecue. Overlooking the garden, this 16th century apartment offers original features including oak beams. Located on The Cotswold Way, the area is popular for hiking and golfing. Birmingham Airport is 48 km from the property.
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