11 Bedroom Holiday House with Hot Tub and Bar, on the edge of the Forest of Dean
With a bar, a hot tub and a great location on the edge of the Forest of Dean, this 11 bedroom large holiday house is ideal for big groups of friends or family looking to holiday altogether in roomy spacious accommodation. Whether for a special celebration such as an anniversary party, a birthday party, a hen party or a family gathering, this roomy holiday home offers plenty of space for big groups.
Set right in the heart of the charming market town of Coleford, shops, pubs and restaurants are all just a short walk away. For those keen to discover the unspoilt scenery of the Forest of Dean, walk just 5 minutes and you can discover some of the Forest's lovely traffic-free walks and bike rides. The lush scenery of the Wye Valley Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty is just a short drive away too!
Inside this Spacious Group Holiday House near the Forest of Dean and Wye Valley
• Ample sociable living space with a lounge and bar area, plus a separate games lounge, making this a great house for good fun times!
• A dining room for celebrating those special occasions.
• A well-equipped kitchen.
• 11 bedrooms in total, laid out as follows:
o one suite on the ground floor where there is a double bedroom connected to a twin bedroom complete with shared en-suite.
o 9 bedrooms upstairs (each with its own en-suite or bathroom facilities). Of these upstairs bedrooms, 3 are twin bedrooms, 3 each have a king-size bed, 2
are doubles (one double also has a sofa bed), and there is one family bedroom with a double bed and two single beds.
Outside is a beautifully maintained garden and patio area with outdoor seating and heaters, a BBQ, and an inviting warm bubbly hot tub, ideal for relaxing in after a long day exploring the local area.
Whatever the occasion, this could be a fine house from which to discover some of the best of the Forest of Dean and stunning Wye Valley close by.
This owner/agency has featured on countrycottagesonline.com since 2014
Book this cottage in Gloucestershire direct with the owner or agency. For help with any questions or queries prior to booking we recommend you call the owner or email them.
25% deposit is required to secure your booking, with the balance and security bond due for payment 8 weeks before your holiday.
There are a wealth of attractions available to explorers within the Forest of Dean. Have a great day out at Puzzlewood - often used as a TV/Film location, including most recently for Star Wars - Clearwell Caves, Perrygrove Railway, or the International Centre for Birds of Prey. These are just a few, there are many many more!
Nearest Train Station or Airport: Lydney station, Bristol airport
Recommended Places to Visit: Beechenhurst Lodge is just a short drive from the property and very popular with families. There is a play area and plenty of outside space for the small ones to run around safely, yet it is also home to the Sculpture Trail should you wish to stretch your legs and take in some of the unique works of art. You will also find Junior GoApe and a climbing wall (GoApe for adults is located on another site close by). There is a great cafe serving light lunches, hot meals and snacks, although you may wish to take a picnic or make use of one of the many BBQs available to hire on site. The picturesque village of Symonds Yat is just a short drive away. There are a few local attractions to while away a few hours, a maze, butterfly farm and crazy golf. Climb up to the top of Symonds Yat Rock and take in the breath-taking views, or just spend the day relaxing by the River watching the world go by.
Annual Events: The Coleford Music Festival is held each year in July. If you love the outdoors then the Forest of Dean and Wye Valley is the location for you. Bring your bikes and explore the local area by pedal power, there are plenty of cycle paths to tackle! Cyclehire is available nearby too. If you fancy taking in the scenery from the water how about trying your hand at canoering or kayaking down the River Wye, after all nothing beats messing about on the river. Alternatively you can explore on foot whether it's trekking through the forest, or joining the Offas Dyke path. The local landscape really is hard to beat!
Recommended Places to Eat Out: There are a number of pubs in Coleford town centre itself, and plenty of places to get a takeway - a great fish and chip shop, plus chinese, indian and pizza establishments. For finer dining you may wish to go further out of town. In nearby Clearwell you will find The Butcher's Arms, and a hotel called Tudor Farmhouse, both offering great food in a lovely location.
Local Sports: If you love the outdoors then the Forest of Dean and Wye Valley is the location for you. Bring your bikes and explore the local area by pedal power, there are plenty of cycle paths to tackle! Cyclehire is available nearby too. If you fancy taking in the
Coleford is a lovely market town at the heart of the Forest of Dean. The centre of the town has been designated as a Conservation Area and there are numerous historic buildings. Coleford boasts its very own cinema, two excellent golf courses, the Great Western Railway Museum, a nearby off-road driving centre, plus a good range of shops, restaurants, cafes and hotels. Just outside the town are some of the area's best know family attractions, including Perrygrove Railway, Puzzlewood and Clearwell Caves. Nearby, a number of picturesque villages, such as Clearwell, Newland and St Briavels can be found offering a warm welcome at local inns and hotels - the famous Symonds Yat Rock is just 3 miles away. Notable people from Coleford include playwright Dennis Potter, Lady Edna Healey, wife of the Labour politician Sir Denis Healey and Robert Mushet, who perfected the Bessemer process for making steel in 1856.
Please visit the Owner's website to find out more about the holiday cottage, amenities, surrounding area and places to visit in Gloucestershire.