B&B availability from November 2022
A STAY WITH US
Looking for self catering or bed and breakfast? Willow Pond offers both: The Dairy is our self-catering option for one or two people; Sarah's and Jack's are our two b&b rooms.
Both The Dairy and our b&b rooms are adults only.
Call us on 07970 962842 or fill in the contact form and we'll get back to as quick as a flash.
Nestled within an acre of secluded garden, Willow Pond is a little piece of Heaven in the Worcestershire countryside....
SOMETHING A LITTLE BIT SPECIAL
Willow Pond and its acre of private garden, is tucked away within the the friendly village of Eckington. Eckington has all the usual amenities including two pubs, recreation ground, two hairdressers, a church and a brilliant local shop.
The Dairy is a self-contained restored former cheese press. It is attached to the main house and has its own private entrance and gardens. It sleeps two (either in two singles or in a super king-size) and is also represented by Sawday’s Special Places with Gardens and Rural Retreats.
Sarah’s Room and Jack's Room are offered on a bed and breakfast basis. Everyone who books with us has access to our NGS registered private gardens of over an acre. At the weekend we have a minimum stay of two nights and guests eat our continental or full English breakfast in our characterful 16th Century dining room.
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Plan your time with us and we'll let you into some of the best kept secrets of Worcestershire
WILLOW POND is the perfect place to relax and explore the beautiful countryside, including The Cotswolds and the Malvern Hills. We are within easy reach of several National Trust properties, including the stunning gardens of Hidcote and Snowshill. Stratford upon Avon and Cheltenham are our nearest major towns and both within easy reach.
SEEK US OUT
Find us in the friendly village of Eckington (WR10 3AX) which is between Tewkesbury and Pershore on the Gloucestershire / Worcestershire borders. The beautiful Avon curves around part of the village and we are at the foot of Bredon Hill (part of the Cotswold AONB), popular with walkers, birders and cyclists.