Whitewells Farm cottages are properties which were originally converted from farm buildings and barns in 1978 into individual homes. They feature exposed beams, half-cruck trusses and some have vaulted ceilings and beamed room divisions. The cottages differ in size and character and have all been rated as 4 star self catering accommodation by the Visit England Tourist Board. Each cottage has its own area for parking with additional parking if needed.
Whitewells Farm is a haven for birds and wildlife with 3 garden areas for guests to use. Guests can also enjoy the seasonal profusion of cherries, blackberries and damsons.
Nearby in the village of Cradley is a general store. Larger shops are within easy reach in Malvern and Ledbury. Hereford and Worcester offer a good selection of restaurants and entertainments.
Laundry facilities are available for guests to use and are situated at the rear of Haywain Cottage facing the middle lawn area by the duckpond. Tourist and local information which guests may find useful is also kept in this room.