Stylish property blends within the Wye valley’s hillside, forming part of a small holding this traditional stone barn with soft furnishings is the perfect bolt hole for couples looking to get away.
Blending with the Wye Valley hillside and forming part of a smallholding, this traditional stone barn is the perfect bolthole for couples looking to escape with their hound. Surrounded by beautiful countryside, both keen hikers and stick chasers will be at home here, with various walks across woods and farmlands, on the doorstep. The popular market town of Ross-on-Wye is also just 3.5 miles away, with some great shops, pubs and places to eat.
This delightful cottage cleverly combines many traditional features with contemporary, modern design, to create a real home-from-home feel. The cosy lounge is the perfect place to put your feet and paws up after a busy day of exploring, as you settle back to watch a film. The well-equipped kitchen has all you will need to cook a romantic meal for two, or three, if your hungry hound is joining you! The king-size bedroom is both warm and welcoming, ensuring you’ll wake feeling fully recharged and ready for another great day. Enjoy a hearty breakfast or evening BBQ in your private courtyard, or enjoy a soak in your private hot tub, while your canine companion enjoys a mooch alongside you.
The cottage is within walking distance of the popular Wye Valley walk which passes through many pretty market towns and villages for an impressive 136 miles. There’s also a network of cycle paths that pass through the Forest of Dean if the mood takes you. Enjoy a day at the fascinating Goodrich Castle (1.5 miles), which is considered to be one of the best-preserved of all English medieval castles, and also welcomes dogs. Wander into the market town of Ross-on-Wye, where you’ll find some great independent shops, places to eat and some lovely strolls along the riverbank.
Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.