A charming, semi-detached, upside down cottage, in a courtyard setting surrounded by the owner’s 22-acre smallholding on the edge of the conservation village of Newnham-on-Severn.
This is a light and airy open plan cottage in Newnham-on-Severn, with a high vaulted beamed ceiling, offering comfortable accommodation, which is ideal for a get-together with family and friends.
This delightful Newnham-on-Severn cottage has been thoughtfully furnished, boasting a first floor Juliet balcony from where countryside views can be enjoyed, and there are two ground floor bedrooms, one with a door to the rear courtyard.
Outside this Newnham-on-Severn cottage is a rear gravel courtyard, a perfect place to relax and enjoy alfresco dining.
The Royal Forest of Dean is just a short walk away from your Gloucestershire cottage, and the nearby bustling village of Newnham-on-Severn offers individual shops, traditional pubs, cafés and a deli selling locally made and sourced produce.
The Wye Valley, Symonds Yat rock, the riverside city of Gloucester and the walled town of Chepstow are all close by, and make for fascinating days out.
This Newnham-on-Severn cottage is in an ideal location for a memorable holiday, at any time of year.
Note: This property is near to Refs. 904107, 904110 and 904108, together they sleep 10.
Two ground floor bedrooms: 1 x double, 1 x twin. Ground floor bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. First floor open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area.
About the location
Gloucester 13 miles.
The thriving village of Newnham-on-Severn nestles on the banks of the River Severn. The village is steeped in history, and offers specialist shops to suit all interests, along with traditional pubs and cafes. This charming village, part of which is designated Conservation Area, has a tree-lined main street, many listed buildings, a striking central clock tower and is ideally located for watching the spectacular Severn Bore. The Royal Forest of Dean, England's largest oak forest, offers 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 also available. Gloucester is just a short drive away, where you will find Roman foundations, Victorian docklands and a spectacular Norman cathedral (whose cloisters were used in the Harry Potter films). Littledean with its unique Jail Museum and Quadrophenia Collection, Westbury Court Garden, the only restored water garden in the country and the ancient caves and eerie caverns of Clearwell Caves (as seen in Dr Who and Merlin) make a great family day out. The ancient market towns of Ross-on-Wye and Monmouth have excellent shops, pubs and restaurants, plus many black and white timbered buildings, or visit the historic walled town of Chepstow with its celebrated race course and impressive Norman castle. A little further afield, discover the beautiful Malvern Hills, Black Mountains and Brecon Beacon National Park. A great location for a relaxing break or activity holiday at any time of year.