Where better to be than the Forest of Dean, this single storey stone cottage is the perfect base for lovers of the outdoors with spacious accommodation further complemented with stunning views.
Overlooking miles of beautiful countryside, with incredible valley views and a tangle of nature trails for your favourite canine to sniff out, this semi-detached property is ideal for those looking to explore the Forest of Dean and Wye Valley alongside the wagging tail of their four-legged friend. This stone-built cottage has two bedrooms and sleeps up to four people, making it a great romantic retreat or family-friendly property. Unfortunately, your canine companion won’t be able to join you in your private hot tub to enjoy the spectacular views, but the enclosed decked terrace will give him the freedom to stretch out under the stars as you soak in the bubbles and relax.
Set on one level, the open-plan living space is stylish and comfortable with plenty of natural light flowing in through double doors that lead out to the decking. The living area come kitchen/diner is spacious, modern and kitted out with all you need to cater for you and your hound. The bright and airy bedrooms are also located on this floor as well as a contemporary bathroom with an over bath shower and WC. Outside is the perfect space for dining alfresco with a table, chairs and charcoal BBQ.
The historic and traditional village of Blakeney is a mile away from the property and was home to Thomas Sternhold, a groom of King Henry VIII's Robes. 4.5 miles away and on the north bank of the River Severn is the small but thriving town of Lydney. Here you will find the Dean Forest Railway and Lydney’s famous Park Gardens. The area hosts a number of family and dog-friendly country pubs that are the perfect place to retire to after a day on your feet, or paws, exploring the wealth of forest trails on offer.
Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.