An interesting variety of history within the house includes a victorian laundry, tea rooms and shop.
This historic cottage was designed by the well known Arts and Crafts architect C F A Voysey.
The hills are ideal for walking, rambling, nature watching, dog-walking, horse riding, etc.
There are also opportunities to do more adventurous sports such as mountain-biking and hang-gliding.
The surrounding countryside of Herefordshire and Worcestershire has immense appeal and plenty of attractions, whether your passion is walking, wildlife or visiting museums, castles, National Trust properties and gardens.
Nearby and a short drive away is the Victorian spa town of Malvern and also the attractive market town of Ledbury.
There are also the numerous wells and spouts from which the Malvern's famous water pours.
Eastnor Castle in the dramatic setting of the Malvern Hills and surrounded by a beautiful deer park, arboretum and lake - is the home of the Hervey-Bathurst family.
It offers traditional simplistic style perfectly blended with modern conveniences to provide a peaceful retreat from which to relax in a historic, rural setting.
THE PARENTS: Kim Munday, 44, and Bill Munday, 48, of Malvern.
THE KIDS: Connor William, 12; Jackson Keyes, 8 months, adopted Dec. PRE-PARENTHOOD MEMORY: During a trip to Australia, a brightly feathered rainbow lorikeet landed on Kim’s head. He nursed eagerly; he snoozed through the night at eight weeks.
But then Connor was 6, thriving in an autistic support class at Exton Elementary, loving the outdoors, even speaking a little.
A genetics counselor said the chances of having another child with autism were about 15 percent. Instead, they embarked on what became a 3½-year adoption journey, one that bumped through months of amped-up hopes and false starts: a birth mom whose baby turned out to have Down syndrome; a pregnant teenager at church whose grandmother decided, at the last minute, to raise the child; another birth mom who lied about her alcohol and drug use.