Sympathetically restored using locally sourced materials, this cosy hideaway is perfect for couples.
"rimming with character, this charming cottage is situated on the outskirts of the traditional village of Bream, perfect for two guests alongside two canine companions. Dating back to 1475, this property is rumoured to be the oldest house in Bream and is the perfect base for exploring the surrounding countryside and history-rich attractions.
As you enter the sympathetically restored cottage, you’ll find a warm and welcoming space boasting exposed beams and stonework, offering a cosy feel throughout. Step into the modern, well-equipped kitchen before making your way down some stone steps into the lounge and dining area. The traditional lounge comes complete with wood burner, perfect for the colder nights with your pups. When the day is done, retreat upstairs to the spacious bedroom to recharge. A vast bathroom can be found on the ground floor. To the front of the property, there is an attractive enclosed garden complete with patio area and furniture.
The historic town of Ross-on-Wye is located 14.5 miles away where you will find a wealth of shops, quaint cafes and country pubs. The cottage is a great base for exploring the offerings of the Royal Forest of Dean, where you can head to the Dean Heritage Centre or ride the Dean Forest Steam Railway with your dogs. The ancient caves of Clearwell lie just 2.5 miles away and St Briavels Castle sits 4 miles from the property. You can drive 10 miles to arrive In Chepstow or 24 miles to visit the rolling hills of the Cotswolds.
Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.