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Live and Let Live Cottage

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Live and Let Live Cottage
Neen Sollars
Cleobury Mortimer
Worcestershire
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Tel: 01299 832391
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Email: liveand_furgas@btconnect.com
Sleeps: 4
No of Units 1
 
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A GLORIOUS RETREAT IN RURAL SHROPSHIRE

Neen Sollars lies three miles to the south of Cleobury Mortimer, on the Shropshire / Worcestershire county line, in the heart of the beautiful Rea and Teme valleys. The "Live and Let Live", a famous local inn full of history, overlooks Neen Sollars, and the holiday bungalow is next to but entirely separate from the pub.

The Live and Let live itself is a fascinating country inn full of old carvings, oak beams, stained glass and a very special atmosphere. It first became a public house in 1875, with beer barrels and customers sharing the same rooms! Until about 1960, The Live remained a small country inn and in fact the other pub in the village, The Railway Tavern, now closed, was much the better known of the two hostelries. That is until a certain Jim Parkes came upon the scene. He it was who extended the pub to the generous proportions you will find today and endowed it with the fabulous collection of carved wood, oak panelling, Flemish stained glass and divers artefacts. The Angel Fireplace is a particularly fine example of what you can expect to charm you on your visit.

Outside, there are extensive gardens full of mature trees and shrubs, albeit a little overgrown but major restoration work is underway!

Facilities

On to the important matter of food and drink you will find excellent traditional beers in the bar, Hobson's Best Bitter from the award-winning brewery at Cleobury Mortimer is our house bitter, and you will always find one or more guest beers on hand pump as well.

We offer a varied menu consisting mostly of our own homemade dishes, all.at reasonable prices. Starters range from £2.95 and main courses are priced at around £7. We are particularly strong on fresh fish which comes from Eric The Fish in Kidderminster; it helps that Eric himself lives next door to the pub!

We offer accommodation for up to 4 guests in two bedrooms, one with a double bed, the other with two single beds. There is fully fitted kitchen, a shower room, and a comfortable lounge contained in a large conservatory. The bungalow is set in its own gardens, complete with terraces and garden furniture.

SORRY - No Pets and No Smoking

Tariff

 
Description / Date Price
October to March £250 per week (£200 for 2 persons)
April to September £300 per week (£250 for 2 persons)
Three day breaks are priced at £165 for 4 persons. Rates for 2 persons and extra days are available on request.

There is no charge for electricity ( reasonable use ), and bed linen and towel are provided.

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Directions

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From the South: Leave the M5 at Junction 6, take the A449 to Ombersley, then to Holt Heath, Great Witley, turning off at Abberley onto the 84204 to Clows Top. Turn left onto the A456. Just past Mamble turn right for Neen Sollars.

From the North: Leave the M5 at Junction 5, take the A38 through Droitwich, turn onto the A4133 for Ombersley, then as above.

From the South-East: Take the M40, the M42, the M5, then as above.

From the West: From Ludlow turn onto the A4117 to Cleobury Mortimer, turn right for Tenbury Wells, then left for Neen after approx. 1 mile.

From Leominster, take the A4112 to Tenbury Wells, then the A456, turnng left for Neen just before Mamble.

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