This semi detached cottage is situated in the village of Cinderford offering a relaxing stay for couples or friends all year round.
Steps will take you down into the lovely garden area, where you can relax on a sunny day.
Upon entering the cottage you will arrive at a hallway, ideal for leaving your coats and boots, before heading inside.
The dining room is a charming place to socialise with your loved ones, next to the open fire, which is perfect for a warm and cosy evening.
The well equipped kitchen is complete to a high standard with all of those essentials you may need for preparing breakfast through to dinner.
To the other side, a lounge is well presented and makes the perfect set up for some quiet time, perhaps reading a good book or discussing your adventures with friends.
An open tread staircase takes you up to the next floor, where you will find a light and airy double bedroom, along with a twin bedroom, ideal for either adults or children.
For all guests to benefit from, the family bathroom hosts both a bath and a walk-in shower, so you can get ready at ease, or relax in the evening.
After a morning resting in the garden, why not explore the delights of Cinderford with its range of local amenities including shops and an open air market and cinema.
Close by is the magnificent Royal Forest of Dean, England's largest oak forest and an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, whilst just a short drive away, lies the historic waterfront city of Gloucester.
Feel right at home in this beautiful location.
About the location
Ross-on-Wye 8.6 miles; Gloucester 15 miles; Cheltenham 22 miles.
Cinderford is set in an elevated position in the Forest of Dean and has views out across the River Severn. With a good range of local amenities including shops, pubs and an open air market and cinema, Cinderford is a lovely base from which to begin your explorations of the area. Close by is the magnificent Royal Forest of Dean, England's largest oak forest and an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, offering numerous trails that can be explored on foot, bicycle or horseback. Caving, abseiling and a high wire rope course are on offer for the more adventurous, while fishing, golf, kayaking and canoeing are other popular activities in this unspoilt area. Just a short drive away, in the historic waterfront city of Gloucester, you will find Roman foundations, Victorian Docklands and a spectacular Norman Cathedral (whose cloisters were used as a location in the Harry Potter films). Visit the historic market town of Ross-on-Wye, with timbered Tudor houses and excellent shops, pubs and restaurants, in the heart of rural Herefordshire. Cheltenham is just over 20 miles away and is home to the renowned Cheltenham Festival, 4 days of horse jump racing culminating in the Gold Cup, held annually in March at Cheltenham Racecourse. The Severn Estuary, famous for its tidal bore, is a delight for bird watchers, wildlife enthusiasts and bore surfers alike. This unspoilt area has something to offer at any time of the year.