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Elm Lodge

Glasshouse, Gloucestershire (Ref. 1073926)

4.6

(16 ratings)

Sykes rating

  • Sleeps 4

  • Bedrooms 2

  • Bathrooms 2

  • Pets No

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Features

  • Broadband / WiFi
  • Off road parking
  • Garden / Patio
  • Dishwasher
  • Ground floor bedroom
  • Ground floor accommodation

Reviews & Ratings

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16 Customer Reviews

  • "Lovely accommodation, clean and very quiet."

    Reviewed by DeniseJun 2022

  • "The best holiday property we have stayed in."

    Peaceful and relaxing surroundings. Beautiful area.

    Reviewed by JohnMay 2022

  • "Lovely accommodation, very clean and comfortable."

    Would have been good to have a little instruction on what to do on check out and facilities like rubbish but it was not an issue at all. Was thinking there would be Internet issues but we had none! Overall a good holiday and would recommend.

    Reviewed by KatieMay 2022

  • "“Excellent “ Would definitely return wonderful weekend"

    Reviewed by KarenApr 2022

  • "The setting is fantastic."

    The accommodation was excellent, comfortable and well equipped. Being so close to the pub (great food) was a plus. We lost Wi-Fi for one day of the five we were there.

    Reviewed by MatthewApr 2022

  • "Three of us enjoyed a very relaxing holiday in Elm Lodge & the surrounding area - beautiful!"

    The lodge is in a very peaceful setting hidden from the Glasshouse Inn that it sits in the grounds of. The pub itself it’s definitely worth a visit.Its like stepping back in time with so much to look at - walls & furniture that have many tales to tell. The food is lovely, offering a modern menu choice.You just need to check on the opening times as they are limited. The lodge was nicely presented, with a great open plan living area. The twin room is on the darker side of the lodge but everywhere else is light & bright. There are picnic benches on the grass banking looking over the fields. From here the sun can be enjoyed all day. The decking area has furniture also, but is shaded with glimmers of sunshine. We were lucky to have had a lovely week of weather. Alison was on hand to rectify an issue that arose & all was well for the rest of our week away. Thank you

    Reviewed by SamanthaApr 2022

  • "Excellent comfortable clean and well equipped lodge very quiet location in spectacular countryside with wonderful walks in every direction through rolling countryside, much of it forested."

    Wildlife galore and stunning with spring flowers. An ideal get away could not fault it. The nearby pub was open 4 days a week and again quiet and excellent food. As one of only 3 lodges on site it felt very private and suited us fine, we drove to Ross to collect groceries one day but otherwise just walked with plenty of pubs a good walk away. 100% happy

    Reviewed by StephenApr 2022

  • "Lovely accommodation, well equipped my only complaint would be the quality of ..."

    Lovely accommodation, well equipped my only complaint would be the quality of the mattresses on the single beds, I had to sleep with a pillow under my hips as the springs are very close to the surface which made them very uncomfortable

    Reviewed by ValMar 2022

  • "The lodge was lovely."

    Comfortable and clean. Would like to return in the summer to take advantage of the stunning views and the outside seating area. Pub was 2 minutes walk away and was quaint and served wonderful food.

    Reviewed by DebbieNov 2021

  • "Lovely lodge in a quiet area."

    Great base. The pub was close by, a few minutes walk, and was very welcoming and cosy. Beautiful food! The only issue we had was the wifi. Very hit and miss.

    Reviewed by MelanieNov 2021

  • "We have always shied away from lodges for some reason, but after staying here, they will definitely be on our list for future."

    Elm Lodge is one of 3 lodges close to the Glasshouse Inn but far enough away to feel secluded. The owner Alison could not have been more welcoming. The lodge itself was very clean and had all the facilities you would need. The rooms are well maintained and have all that you would expect. I would class this as a high class place to stay. What could be better: perhaps more coffee and tea mugs, more cutlery and a few pint glasses. As you can see these are very minor. I would have no qualms about recommending this lodge to anyone.

    Reviewed by MartinOct 2021

  • "Elm Lodge is a brilliant place to stay, clean and bright, well equipped in a perfect location."

    Alison is a wonderful host and was always happy to help. The pub having reopened was an added bonus

    Reviewed by JackieAug 2021

  • "Was just a shame the glasshouse pub was shut due to renovation, apart from that it was spot on ."

    Reviewed by IanJul 2021

  • "We have left written feedback for ownerre specific issues"

    Reviewed by HazelJul 2021

  • "It was just a shame the pub wasn’t open as that was one of the reasons we booked the chalet."

    Pub closed due to change of ownership and refurbishment.

    Reviewed by JosephineJul 2021

  • "Lodge was wonderful."

    Beds so comfy. Unfortunately Skyes failed to inform us that the pub was closed for refurbishment.Therefore had to find elsewhere to eat.Alison couldn’t of been more apologetic.Good luck in your new adventure. Not sure on dealing with Skyes again if they had told us the glasshouse was closed probably would of cancelled and gone another time.

    Reviewed by AnnJun 2021

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Summary

  • All-ground-floor
  • Two bedrooms: 1 x king-size with en-suite walk-in shower, basin and WC, 1 x twin
  • Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC
  • Open-plan living space with kitchen, dining area and sitting area with electric fire
  • Gas central heating with electric fire
  • Electric oven, gas hob, microwave, fridge, freezer, dishwasher
  • TV with FreeSat, DVD, CD/radio, WiFi, selection of books, games and DVDs
  • Fuel and power inc. in rent
  • Bed linen and towels inc. in rent
  • Off-road parking for 2 cars
  • Decked area to the front with furniture
  • Sorry, no pets, no smoking
  • Shop 1 mile, pub 3 mins walk
  • Note: No children under 12 years old (including infants)
  • Note: No stag/hen or similar
  • Note: No parties of workers accepted
  • Note: Due to the rural location of the property the WiFi can on occasion be slower than usual.

The property

Situated in the grounds of the Forest of Dean is Elm Lodge, one of three beautifully-presented lodges, ideal for a family or small group of friends.

Stepping into the lodge, the open-plan living space invites you to kick off your shoes and unwind in front of the TV with your loved ones.

From here, take advantage of the amply-equipped kitchen and rustle up tasty meals for your group to enjoy at the dining table as you catch up on the day's events.

As the evening draws to a close, head to the bedrooms to rest your head before another adventurous day out.

The lodge hosts two bedrooms, a king-size with an en-suite shower room and a twin, along with a family bathroom where the group can prepare for the day.

Venture outside and spend the warmer evenings on the decking; hosting a rattan dining set, the decking offers an idyllic space for your morning coffee.

Elm Lodge is a wonderful choice for a family holiday to Gloucestershire.

Note: This property is a sister property of Refs. 1073898 and 1073953 but does not allow group bookings.

Glasshouse Lodges

These three adjacent immaculately-presented Forest of Dean holiday lodges are located in private landscaped gardens in the hamlet of Glasshouse on the edge of the royal Forest of Dean and surrounded by ancient woodlands at the foot of May Hill. These luxurious Forest of Dean lodges have been superbly furnished, boasting natural character and aesthetic charm, and they offer guests every comfort including two delightful bedrooms, with the master in each cottage having an en-suite shower room. All on the ground floor, the accommodation at these Gloucestershire cottages consists of a beautiful open plan living area with well-equipped kitchen, dining and sitting areas and double doors onto the front decked area, perfect for alfresco dining. Just sit back, relax and enjoy the peace and tranquillity of the area, or take some time to enjoy the surrounding countryside on foot, bike or horseback. Why not have a go at canoeing or kayaking on the River Wye, or try your hand at abseiling or the high wire rope course in the forest? The charming market town of Newent is just a short distance away and offers guests a range of amenities set in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Three superb Forest of Dean holiday lodges in stunning surroundings.

Note: This property has a Good Housekeeping bond of £250.

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About the location

GLASSHOUSE

Newent 3 miles; Ross-on-Wye 9 miles; Gloucester 9 miles.

The scattered hamlet of Glasshouse lies at the foot of May Hill and is surrounded by ancient woodland. In an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Glasshouse boasts a charming village pub, dating back to 1891 which has an excellent reputation for serving fine food and ales in a traditional atmosphere. The Wysis Way runs through the hamlet whilst the Gloucestershire Way and Three Choirs Way are also close by. The thriving village of Mitcheldean with its half-timbered houses and narrow streets is a short drive away, as is Newent in the Vale of Leadon, formerly a Roman settlement offering many attractions including a half-timbered 17th century Market Hall, traditional inns, restaurants, numerous tea rooms and pretty individual shops. The magnificent Royal Forest of Dean boasts many trails which can be enjoyed on foot, bicycle or horseback or why not try your hand at fishing, golf, kayaking or caving all of which can be enjoyed in the area. Try the local wine at the Three Choirs Vineyard or visit the waterfront city of Gloucester with its Roman foundations, Victorian docklands and Norman Cathedral. Visit the historic riverside market towns of Ross-on-Wye or Monmouth with their majestic bridges, take a stroll along the River Wye or enjoy the countryside from a hot air balloon. The stunning Brecon Beacon National Park, Cheltenham, Ledbury and the unspoilt Cotswold villages and towns also make a great day out

Region Information

Note: No children under 12 years old (including infants).
Note: No stag/hen or similar.
Note: No parties of workers accepted.
Note: Due to the rural location of the property the WiFi can on occasion be slower than usual.
Note: This property is a sister property of Refs. 1073898 and 1073953 but does not allow group bookings.

This property offers the following short breaks:

  • Winter
  • Off-season
  • Last minute
  • Christmas