Littledean 1.5 miles.
A lovely detached single-storey Forest of Dean holiday cottage with views over the surrounding countryside, in the grounds of the owners' home, within an area called Popes Hill, 1.5 miles from the Saxon village of Littledean.
Very comfortably furnished throughout, this Forest of Dean holiday cottage provides an ideal away-from-it-all romantic retreat in a beautiful part of the country.
Set in a truly rural location with direct access from the owners' land into the forest, this Forest of Dean cottage offers a warm and comfortable open plan living area with fitted kitchen and French doors onto the front decked area, perfect for relaxing.
The Forest of Dean, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, offers numerous activities including cycling, walking, caving and fishing.
Just a short distance from this Forest of Dean cottage is the historic waterfront city of Gloucester, the historic market town of Ross-on-Wye and the Severn Estuary, famous for it's tidal bore and a delight for birdwatchers.
A great Forest of Dean cottage for a romantic retreat and for discovering all the area has to offer.
All ground floor. One double bedroom with en-suite shower, basin and WC. Open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area.
About the location
Newnham-on-Severn 2 miles; Gloucester centre 14 miles.
Littledean is a village in the Forest of Dean, containing many ancient buildings, and with Roman fortifications evident on the hillside east of the village. It provides a shop, Post Office and two pubs. The nearby picturesque village of Newnham-on-Severn offers riverside walks, a wide range of individual shops, and traditional inns within well preserved Georgian buildings. The Royal Forest of Dean, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and England's largest oak forest, offers many activities including cycling, horse riding and numerous lovely walks. Caving, abseiling and a high wire rope course are on offer for the more adventurous while other activities include fishing, golf, kayaking and canoeing. Victorian docklands, Roman foundations and a Norman Cathedral can be found at the riverfront city of Gloucester. The market town of Ross-on-Wye, overlooking a large loop in the River Wye, has excellent shops, pubs and restaurants to suit every taste plus many black and white timbered buildings, and is close by as is the River Severn Estuary, famous for it's tidal bore, bird watching and abundance of wildlife. View the area from a river cruise or hot air balloon or enjoy trips to Symonds Yat, the Black Mountains, Hereford and Monmouth.