Ruardean 1.5 miles.
A charming semi-detached cottage, part of which dates back to 1743, ideally located in the beautiful Wye Valley, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
Attached to the owner's farmhouse, this cottage has been thoughtfully furnished throughout, to provide spacious accommodation ideal for a romantic break, walking holiday or getaway filled with outdoor activities.
The cottage is accessed through a pretty courtyard into a useful porch, perfect for drying off walking gear and storing boots and wellies.
From here enter the charming kitchen with small dining table for two, to the rear of which is the ground floor bathroom ideal for a good hot soak after a day exploring the area.
Also on the ground floor there is a bright and cheery dining room with comfy seating and a large window overlooking the courtyard.
The rear cosy sitting room has direct access to the pretty cottage garden.
Outside guests can relax in the rear garden with lovely views, enjoy alfresco dining in the courtyard or spend some time chatting over a refreshing drink in the summerhouse.
The ancient village of Ruardean is just one mile away which has a good village pub, shop and post office.
Take a stroll along the banks of the River Wye, visit the pretty riverside town of Ross-on-Wye or enjoy adrenaline-fuelled activities in the forest.
A warm and welcoming cottage making an ideal base for a memorable holiday.
Two bedrooms: 1 x double (accessed through single bedroom), 1 x single. Ground floor bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Kitchen with dining area. Dining room. Sitting room. Separate garden room.
About the location
Mitcheldean 4.5 miles; Cinderford 3.5 miles; Monmouth 10 miles; Gloucester 16 miles.
The village of Ruardean is situated on the northern edge of the magnificent Royal Forest of Dean, England's largest oak forest and an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The forest offers numerous trails that can be explored on foot, by bicycle or by horseback. Caving, abseiling and a high wire rope course are on offer for the more adventurous, whilst 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). Also within easy reach are the historic market town of Ross-on-Wye, in the heart of rural Herefordshire, boasting timbered Tudor houses and excellent shops, pubs and restaurants, and The Severn Estuary, famous for its tidal bore, which is a delight for birdwatchers, wildlife enthusiasts and bore surfers alike. This unspoilt area has something to offer everyone at any time of the year.