This ancient woodland of which you are free to roam is set between the traditional market town of Coleford and picturesque village of Clearwell both well served with traditional inns and shops. you will find plenty to do on site with the woodland of which you are free to roam a children s playground willow maze and farm animals for you to meet and help feed. A haven for thrill seekers with rock climbing and canoeing available at Symonds Yat Forest of Dean Adventure and mountain biking for all abilities throughout the Forest of Dean and the Black Mountains across the Welsh Border. Also well served for traditional family fun with Perrygrove Railway The Sculpture Trail and Clearwell caves all within easy reach. You will also have free entry to Puzzlewood for the duration of your stay with permitted access in daylight hours. Take a look towards the ancient woodlands before you step into this traditional workers cottage traditional in style offering a lounge/kitchen/diner the wooden cladded walls to further enhance the style along with feature fireplace with natural stone finish that s fronted by the cosy sofa and arm chair which are perfectly placed ready for a good film on the TV. To the side of the room a simple table with four stools ready for supper. The kitchen area is situated to the rear of the room and is well-equipped with electric oven and hob microwave fridge and freezer. And when the day is done climb the cottage style staircase to the first floor where you will find two bedrooms a double bedroom with views across the farm and a twin room. Completing the accommodation there is a shower room with shower and WC on this floor. Step outside to an enclosed courtyard with table and chairs to that enjoy the late afternoon sunshine. You are also free to roam the acres of woodland. There is parking for one car.
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Member Since 2011
- Calendar last updated:
- 21 Oct 2018
100% refund for cancellations more than 60 days before check-in date.
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Coleford (1mls SE), Forest of Dean