Set in an elevated location with far reaching views across the countryside this single storey stable conversion is the perfect for exploring The Forest of Dean and Wye Valley whatever the time of year.
This fantastic single-storey property, situated 12.5 miles from Gloucester, is ideal for you and your guests – including the waggy-tailed one! Sleeping four across two peaceful bedrooms, it won’t be long before you’re all feeling bright-eyed and bushy-tailed and ready to discover the beautiful countryside around you. The Three Choirs Way, a route between Gloucester, Hereford and Worcester is literally on the doorstep and walks you through hop yards, vineyards and orchards and is great for walkies with the whole family.
The property, which is located in its own fenced area within the owners’ farm, is stylish and contemporary. The open-plan living area is bright and airy with beautiful grey and yellow tones throughout; sink into the sofas after a long day of walking and watch your favourite show or film on the Smart TV, the pup curled up in front of the wood burner. Eat casual meals at the wide oak-topped breakfast bar in the kitchen area, or fire up the BBQ and dine alfresco on the patio, taking in the beautiful countryside views.
Children will love the hands-on exhibits at the National Waterways Museum (11.5 miles) where hounds on leads can join you everywhere – including in the tearoom where they sell doggy ice cream! The Forest of Dean Sculpture Trail (12.5 miles) not only features Andy Frost’s sculptures but picnic areas and a playground. Your four-legged friend is welcome in Eastnor Castle (13 miles), one of the few stately homes where they can join you in the house as well as the grounds; you’ll even be offered waste bags on arrival in case you get caught out!
Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.