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Fantastic views overlooking the breath taking River Severn Vale, this fully furnished SIX GUEST, DOG FRIENDLY Coach House presents great opportunities for those that are looking for private retreat with direct access to the Forest of Dean, Wye Valley and other recreational country pursuits.
Accessed via a private road that’s 600m from the A48. (GUESTS NOTE: panoramic views of countryside as one approaches – birds of prey and other species regularly seen.) Parking is offered within the Farms Court yard and is directly outside the Holiday Home.
Dating back to circa the 16th century, The Holiday home has many period features that only add to the overall ambience, also being situated on a working farm and formally used as Coach house at ground level and pigeon loft at 1st floor level, the guests can really get a feel for its agricultural history. (GUESTS NOTE: situated on the River Severn bank, Guests will find far reaching dramatic views -
This Let is fully furnished and sleeps six guests (3 bedrooms). The internal living accommodation is split over 3 floors.
The Ground floor features an open plan Farm house Kitchen/dining room. (GUEST NOTES: exposed beams, an Oak fitted kitchen, slate floor, far reaching views, an ideal space for family get gatherings. Includes Fridge freezer, Double Oven hob, dishwasher/ washing machine.)
On to: Living room
A large living room that’s perfect for cosy evenings in equally ideal for entertaining. (GUEST NOTES: This rooms features display stove with stone faced Fire places surrounding, Sofas, SKY Television and double aspect Views.)
On to: Conservatory
This space is most desirable as it perfectly frames those beautiful views. Overall a great place to relax and enjoy. (GUEST NOTES: Panoramic views, access to Private gardens.
From Living room on to: Bedroom One
This room sleeps two Guests (double bed) and has built in storage arrangements.
On to: Downstairs shower room.
This modern clean space offers W/C, Basin and walk in Shower.
Second floor: Bedroom Two
This room sleeps two guests (King bed) and has built in storage arrangements. (GUEST NOTES: Spectacular double aspect elevated views of the River Severn. Featured exposed beams.)
On to: Bathroom
This modern clean space offers W/C, Basin and Bath/Shower.
Second Floor: Bedroom Three
This room sleeps two guests (two single beds), (GUEST NOTES: Beautifully exposed hard wood truss and fantastic double aspect elevated views of the river and surrounding.)
The outside area allows guests to enjoy an enclosed flat space that in one section is a grassed lawn. Directly outside the conservatory is a gravelled area with views of the River. (GUEST NOTES: perfect place to relax and enjoy the surroundings.)
Ground floor walk in shower room with basin and WC
3 Bedrooms -
Kitchen with dinning area
Large living room
Double oven hob
Enclosed outside space with grassed lawn
Outside space -
Private off road parking
Golf club (opposite)
Lydney Harbour 800m
Forest of Dean
The Holiday home is situated within a working farm on the banks of the River Severn. This location offers plenty of opportunities with regards to Country walks /Bike riding etc (Only 800m from Lydney Harbour and ‘Lydney’s newly installed’, cycle path.) The Let also benefits from an onsite personal training studio (enquire for further details). For Golfers Lydney golf club can be found opposite the Cliff farms entrance.
The thriving town of Lydney covers approximately eight square miles, and stands on the north bank of the UK's longest river, the Severn. There is also evidence that the surrounding area has been farmed since the Bronze Age. It has been suggested that the Saxons named the settlement 'Lydeney' possibly meaning either 'Travellers Island' or 'broad', referring to the River Severn.To the south, the tidal waters of the Severn, once home to the centre of travel and trade for the Coal of the forest, shipped from Lydney Docks.
There is, however, much more to Lydney than the Dock. Its excellent transport links have ensured that it is a lively place to both live and work, with a very good range of shops, a leisure centre and sports facilities, as well as a thriving business sector. There are also over 30 pubs, cafes and restaurants, serving a wide variety of meals, there is an open-
Cycle routes: http://www.wyedeantourism.co.uk/cyc_routes
Food & Drink
If you don't fancy cooking one evening, make sure to sample one of the local traditional pubs and restaurants for that fine dining experience or try one of our recommended places to eat:
The George Inn, Aylburton: http://millingbrooklodge.com/
The Globe, Aylvington: http://www.theglobealvington.co.uk/
The Lyon Inn, Westbury on Severn: http://thelyoninn.com/
The Woodman, Parkend: https://www.thewoodmanparkend.co.uk/
Una Vita, Chepstow: https://www.unavitavenue.co.uk/