Cosy, detached self-catering cottage, with stunning views, exposed beams, stone walls and ample parking. Set in the grounds of the owners 13th century farmhouse, it is popular with walkers, cyclists and those just wishing to escape the noise and bustle of everyday life. Guests can walk or cycle our grassy track, take a look at the old lime kilns, picnic in our fields, say ‘hello’ to the pet sheep and enjoy the sights and sounds of sunsets and birds in this peaceful and relaxing retreat.
“The cottage was beautiful, cosy and had possibly one of the best equipped kitchens. Jenny and Jemima had put the heating on so that when we arrived in the late evening, we could cuddle up straight away with a glass of wine. There were some lovely touches with milk, eggs and biscuits there for us to use. There was a folder full of info on the cottage and excellent tips on the local area. On our second day we were able to walk straight from the cottage out towards the Wye Valley, completing a loop along Offa's Dyke to Tintern and then back along the Wye Valley Walk. Well worth it! Lovely place to stay - you'd be daft not to book!”
Hidden away on the edge of the ancient Forest of Dean, in the beautiful Wye Valley. Set in a large private garden, accessed by a mile long narrow lane, a fabulous resting place for walkers and romantic escapees. Originally a woodman’s cottage, with a cosy-but-spacious interior, wood burner, fully equipped kitchen, everything you need for a relaxing break. Sleeps 4 adults, plus a babe-in-arms. The large cottage garden is not suitable for children under 10, it has a pond and steep terracing .
“If your lucky enough to book Jane's place then you have found a gem! Its a beautiful place in a beautiful setting. The open plan nature of the down stairs means you can be sat on the sofa in front of the wood burner, at the table in the dinning area or cooking in the kitchen and still be able to talk, perfect for catching up with friends. The rooms upstairs are lovely also. Jane was always on hand if we needed her but I guarantee if you have a question once there the answer is close by in a greeting card. Listen to the directions Jane gives you and yes the lane up to the house really is that narrow, we just about got a VW transporter up there, anything bigger just wouldn't be possible. Thanks again Jane!”
Cosy wooden cabin nestled in a private spot within the grounds of the the Wye Valley Sculpture Garden. The perfect countryside eco-retreat for writers, artists, philosophers and anyone looking to nurture themselves away from the bustle of the city. Relax with a glass of wine or local craft beer with the fire crackling beside you. - Expansive views - Comfy bed - Wood burner - Accessible by public transport - Fully equipped self-catering - Mindfulness meditation and bushcraft sessions available
“A very relaxing and beautiful place. If you’re looking to escape to a rustic, well connected and interesting place, this is the place to stay. Very well informed by our hosts and was a pleasure to stay. We will be back. Thank you for a lovely few days.”