This traditional stone barn sits within the grounds of the owner’s home, offering a great base for walkers and cyclists with access to both the Forest of Dean and Wye valley.
Brilliantly located for adventures across land and water, this dwelling sits in the fantastic Wye Valley Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Stay close to home or explore far and wide on foot, paw or perhaps by canoe. Brimming with creature comforts, a handful of games and tons of space for you to fill with laughter and barks, this beautiful barn will have you whisked into holiday mode.
Sitting within the grounds of the owner’s home, make your way inside and find yourself in the spacious open-plan living space. At one end sits a large sofa in front of an electric fire and a TV, the perfect spot to steal away and find a moment of peace. The other end is home to a games area where you can challenge fellow two-legged guests to a game of table tennis. Work up an appetite and head into the bright kitchen to cook up a storm or gather at the breakfast bar. If the sun has its hat on, throw open the patio doors and dine alfresco in the enclosed garden. For a sundowner feast, sizzle up treats on the BBQ as hungry noses sniff the air. Two charming bedrooms can be found on the first floor in the eaves of the house. Reach the twin, part of the mezzanine, via steps and find the king-size by crossing a landing via the twin room. When it’s time to seize the day, rise and shine and freshen up in the downstairs bathroom before heading out.
Tail wagging, stick chasing fun and panoramic views can be found 2.5 miles from your door at Symonds Yat Rock, a fantastic place to have a picnic and a game of fetch. Or give your feet a rest, take to the water and make a splash on the River Wye on a canoe less than 5 miles from home.
Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.