This charming renovated bakers cottage is tucked away into the rural delights of Kempley, oozing with character and boasting exceptional features.
Whether you are looking to enjoy a peaceful holiday with friends, or planning a romantic break for two, this retreat is a promising choice for an all round memorable stay.
Enter into the open plan living area tied together with an exposed stone feature wall and overlooked by a high vaulted ceiling.
The light and airy feel of this room makes a peaceful set up to return to throughout the day.
To the other side, an L shaped kitchen holds a contemporary finish, with stylish units and all the essentials you need to prepare your favourite meals at ease.
On this floor you will also find a bathroom housing both a bath and a shower, perfect for getting ready in the early hours or relaxing after a long adventure.
Views of the garden and beyond can be admired as you prepare for the day ahead.
After the sun sets, the king-size bedroom offers a spacious arrangement and you can wake up to lovely views from the window.
Follow the staircase and you will arrive at a twin bedroom, neutrally designed with a characterful ceiling.
Perfect for a peaceful nights sleep.
Wander outside to the converted coach house which is elevated by exposed brickwork and a hot tub for you to escape into your own little world as the sun shines through the bi-fold doors.
The village of Kempley and Queens Wood with its network of published walks are worth exploring along with the nearby market towns of Ross-on Wye and Ledbury – ‘Great independent shops and arty vibe’ Guardian Nov 2017.
Both towns are surrounded by unspoilt countryside.
Newent is certainly one of the most attractive towns in the Forest of Dean area and remains a thriving, unspoilt market town with interesting buildings to visit.
About the location
Newent 4.6 miles; Ledbury 7.1 miles.
Newent 4.6 miles; Ledbury 7.1 miles, Ross On Wye 7.4 miles, Cheltenham 23 miles. Kempley is a parish and village in the Forest of Dean district of Gloucestershire, England, close to the border with Herefordshire. It lies 17 miles northwest of Gloucester and 17 miles southeast of Hereford. The nearest market towns are Newent, Ledbury, and Ross On Wye, Surrounded by unspoilt countryside, the village is home to a 12th Century Church, St. Mary’s and St. Edwards ( A cathedral to the Arts and Crafts movement ) both recognised by English Heritage as having some of the best-preserved interiors of their age. Located between Kempley and Newent lies the delightful Queens Wood, which is varied in its array of wild flowers, especially in the spring. Kempley Daffodil Weekend is held every spring and attracts many visitors. Kempley is on a hub of published walks and cycle routes, the Poets Path, Cider and Perry Trail and the Daffodil Way are three of many that can be joined from the cottage door. The Forest of Dean, canoeing on the River Wye at Symonds Yat and the Malvern Hills are all short journeys. There are local pubs in nearby Dymock and Upton Bishop. The 3 local towns all have beautiful buildings, interesting shops and many eateries and bars. Regency Cheltenham, with its many cultural festivals should not be missed.