The Forest of Dean national park is one of England’s best kept secrets. Nestled between the River Wye and the River Severn, the Forest of Dean provides a magical setting for keen walkers, cyclists and wildlife watchers and we welcome guests to our country cottage nearby.
The Buckstone House is home to Doug and Nikki Smith and is set within three acres of gardens and grounds in the village of Staunton, just 3 miles from the Forest of Dean and near Monmouth in the beautiful Wye Valley. The village of Staunton is located just on the edge of the Welsh Borders. Buckstone House Coach House which was converted for self catering accommodation in 2005 also enjoys this wonderful location and overlooks the lovely garden.
Our Staunton holiday accommodation summary
Inside this charming 2 bedroom cottage you are greeted by a combination of antique furniture, tasteful furnishings and the comforts of modern living. There is a large airy living room, a well equipped kitchen, two bathrooms (one of which is en-suite) and two double bedrooms. Our Staunton holiday cottage has been designed to be disabled friendly and features a stair lift, wide doors and easy access.
This owner/agency has featured on countrycottagesonline.com since 2010
Changeover day is Friday during the summer months. Short breaks are available other than in peak weeks. Bookings run from 3.00 pm on the day of arrival to 10.00 am on the day of departure. To confirm your booking, we require a non-refundable booking deposit of £100.00. The balance for the cost of your stay is due four weeks before you are due to arrive. The price of your stay includes electricity, heating, bed linen and towels for use in the Coach House. Please bring your own swimming towels. We regret that no pets or animals (other than assistance dogs by prior arrangement) are allowed. The Coach House is STRICTLY NON SMOKING.
The Wye Valley; The Severn Bore; Forest of Dean; Symonds Yat Rock; Tintern Abbey; Perrygrove Railway; Chepstow Castle; Puzzlewood
Nearest Train Station or Airport: Lydney Station
Recommended Places to Visit: Bath; Cheltenham; Gloucester and Hereford Cathedrals; the Malvern Hills; The SS Great Britain in Bristol; Cardiff; Slimbridge Wetland Centre. There are many others and the owners are happy to advise.
Recommended Places to Eat Out: Michelin starred The Whitebrook, The Bell at Skenfrith, The White Horse in the village and many others, which the owners can recommend.
Local Sports: Golf; fishing; walking; cycling; bird watching; riding; canoeing; abseiling
Staunton is a small village right on the edge of The Forest of Dean and the border of Wales with wonderful walks in the forest and the Wye Valley.
Please visit the the owner's website to find out more about the holiday cottage, amenities, surrounding area and places to visit in Gloucestershire.