Simple, stylish, contemporary, cosy with glorious views and walks from the door to pubs and woodland.
We are conveniently located just off the A48 in Woolaston, a secluded location 3 miles south of Lydney, Gateway to the Forest of Dean.
The Studio Barn has been loving …see more
we are glad to have met you and to be able to enjoy time at your beautiful holiday home. "Studio Barn" is really arranged stunningly and very proper. We liked the magnificent outlook to the sea and th… More
Thankyou ever so much for your lovely lovely review. It was so nice meeting you all and we hope to welcome you again at anytime. We are so happy that you all had such a wonderful time.
“Lovely and relaxing”
Reviewed 30 Dec 2016
Stayed here for 3 nights after Christmas and had a lovely stay! Cottage was gorgeous, had everything we needed and was extremely clean. Lovely to get away and relax. Would definitely recommend.… More
That's great to hear, glad you had a wonderful stay, and thanks for leaving the cottage immaculate! Many thanks for booking with us, and Happy New Year! Katherine & Chris
The Cottage is an original 17th century farm workers cottage which still retains original features and character, but now also benefits from full central heating, a 'living flame fire' in the lounge and an ensuite shower room. Quietly situated in its own enclo …see more
Platts House is a beautiful C17th cottage, providing a superb, four star retreat of the highest standard.Spacious first floor bedroom with king size bed and views of the countryside towards the River Severn, on the ground floor modern and well equipped kitchen a …see more
Warm, spotlessly clean, lovely welcome with a tray of goodies on arrival - what more could you ask for! We loved the log burning stove. We travelled with our 4yr old and there was plenty of room to ma… More
Reviewed 9 Nov 2016
Everything about this cottage is great, starting with being met by Elaine and once in a lovely tray of goodies including some gorgeous Welsh cakes. The wood burner is lovely for those cosy nights in e… More
Saddlers Cottage is quietly situated in a courtyard setting just metres from the Forest of Dean, a beautiful ancient forest with miles of footpaths and cycle paths. The cottage is warm, cosy, clean and well equipped, an ideal place to chill out and recharge your batteri …see more
Perfect for our 'friends reunion' weekend ... lovely cottages, beautiful surroundings and plenty of space for the kids to play - outdoor/indoor play areas including wendy house, bouncy castle and go-k… More
Forge Cottage in the Forest of Dean is situated in a peaceful courtyard setting adjacent to our other cottages. South facing, it has a lovely sunny aspect with views down the courtyard to 'The Paddock' picnic and play area beyond where whole families can enjoy …see more
Peace, comfort and seclusion in the heart of the forest. Treks all around, a small village to walk to, and generous owners living nearby
Walkers, bring your boots! You're in the middle of Cockshoot Wood and at the highest point in the Forest of Dean, and there …see more
The Whitehouse is an extended tradiitonal stone-built forest cottage locate in the village of Pillowell in the Forest of Dean. The edge of the forest is 2 minutes walk away. The cottage is extremely comfortable with 5 bedrooms (one with en suite bathroom) and sleeps up …see more
Picture and description does not do it justice. Not fancy and luxurious but comfortable and homely. Large and roomy house with plenty of space for everyone, none of the rooms are too small. Nicely f… More
“Spacious house with everything you need to have an enjoyable stay!”
Reviewed 27 Feb 2012
I stayed in the White House with a group of 8 friends for a short weekend break to explore The Forest of Dean.
This house is very spacious and can easily sleep 10 people with just about everythin… More
“Great for large groups”
Reviewed 3 Feb 2013
Our group of 8 adults and 4 under fives had a great weekend stay. this is a great house for large families or groups in a nice village location. Plenty of space to spread out and nice big bedrooms whi… More
This redundant barn was converted in 2008 to create large, airy and enormously attractive living spaces. Approached from a country lane via a short private drive, Lodge Barn`s courtyard and mellow sandstone façade present an immediate welcome. Surrounded by field …see more
My family and I really loved the house. It has been beautifully transformed. There is a lot of space, light and comfort, and all the facilities that we required. We felt that it was even better than i… More
Thank you for your positive comments. We're very glad you enjoyed your stay and found Lodge Barn so comfortable and practical for your needs. Hideaways Reservations team.
Reached by a woodland track from a country lane and standing on its own in an attractive clearing by a trout pond, which is fed by a small stream, The Old Pumphouse is a real 'hideaway'. Three miles from the small town of Lydney, the property is within easy d …see more
The Old Chapel is situated up a small lane, right next to woodland in the Royal Forest of Dean with wonderful walks right on the doorstep. It has been sympathetically converted retaining much character and charm. There is lots of pine cladding on both walls and ceilin …see more
Our second year visiting the Old Chapel, it is perfectly situated for us walkers and cyclists, up a lane into the forest, has everything and more that a family could need whilst on holiday, home from … More
“Loved it and can't wait to return.”
Reviewed 26 Jul 2012
The converted Chapel is beautifully transformed into a wonderful home in a delightful setting and the owners have thought of simply everything you could possibly wish for and need. We returned home l… More
“A place to rest, recharge and relax”
Reviewed 2 Oct 2011
I was expecting something a bit unusual (how does one convert a Chapel into a dwelling...) and I wasn't disappointed, the Old Chapel has lots of charm and quirkiness and at the same time it is very … More
As you approach the house the majestic scotch pines guide you to Hunters Lodge. From the top floor of the annexe you wonder if it could be Tuscany, however it is one of England's most beautiful protected landscapes. Your gaze passes over miles of woodlands and fiel …see more