Book a cottage break in Brockweir, Gloucestershire, England
The pretty village of Brockweir lies on the banks of the River Wye in the Forest of Dean in Gloucestershire. Nestled by wooded hills, this is an ideal setting for a country cottage holiday or rural retreat break. It’s also a perfect destination for keen walkers, being close to the Wye Valley Walk and Offa’s Dyke Path.
Information on Cottage Holidays in Brockweir
The Wye Valley Walk is an incredible 136 miles long and covers varied terrain and the Offa’s Dyke Trail runs for 177 miles. Short sections of both walks can be done by holidaymakers that like to be active and the paths guide you through some stunning scenery.
Brockweir is known locally for its community shop and café, which have won awards. Customers can buy local produce, beer and cider. The one remaining place of worship is Brockweir Moravian Church, which welcomes all visitors. This 19th century structure has Art Nouveau glass and Gothic windows. You can see the remains of Brockweir Quay, a leftover from the 1800s, when the village was an important centre for shipping goods and for boat building. The quay was restored in 2009.
Brockweir could be an ideal place for a cottage holiday if you are looking to discover the greenery of the Forest of Dean and enjoy some wonderful walks through the Gloucestershire countryside. When it comes to finding a place to stay from which to discover the best of this part of Gloucestershire, Country Cottages Online features an excellent choice of rural retreats, farm-stay accommodation and English country cottages.
Book a Brockweir cottage and look forward to discovering some of the best of Gloucestershire on holiday.