The Granary incorporates an original stone barn and offers peaceful seclusion in a very rural position at the end of a half mile private road. Guests will enjoy spacious, comfortable and generously sized accommodation, including a large, spacious kitchen with Aga and underfloor heating on the ground floor and a sitting room on the first floor, with sunny, south west facing views across farmland and privately owned woodland. The large, enclosed, fenced and private garden with cherry trees is a wonderful area for relaxing.
There is a large privately owned lake nearby (100 yards from The Granary) and guests are welcome to use it for coarse fishing (at their own risk). Well stocked with Tench, Bream, Perch, Rudd and even Bleak, this is an area full of native wildlife such as frogs, newts, toads and dragonflies- with an occasional chance to glimpse a kingfisher.
This holiday cottage at a glance
Sleeps two guests.
One bedroom with en-suite bathroom & shower.
Set within a working farm that consists of llamas, cows and dogs
Private enclosed quarter of an acre garden with large double outdoor terrace.
Parking for two vehicles.
Sorry, no children or infants.
Two well behaved dogs welcome, however care should be taken near livestock (small additional charge per dog).
Minimum of a three night stay.
Llama walks and activities are available (please see Notes).
Ideal for a Romantic Retreat.
Exposed stone walls.
Wonderful walking and scenery on the edge of the Forest of Dean.
Electric Aga, microwave, electric wood burning stove, electric hob and oven, washing machine, dishwasher.
Television with Freeview, digital radio.
The Granary is adjoining the owners' home.
Attractions and nearby amenities
With a network of footpaths nearby there is plenty of walking and the lack of light pollution means wonderful star gazing at night. Located in an area with lots of native wildlife including badgers, foxes, deer, ravens, sparrow hawks, owls (including barn owls), woodpeckers, nuthatches and lots of garden birds. This is a unique corner of West Gloucestershire, famous for native wild daffodils in spring.
Visit the local pub, The Kilcot Inn, (half a mile away) which is excellent, as is The Yew Tree and The Glass House at May Hill.
A short distance away is Newent (3 miles away), a small traditional town with lots of independent shops.
Also, Ross on Wye and Ledbury are both within 8 miles.
London is approximately a 3 hour drive. Local railway stations are Ledbury and Gloucester.