Nuthatch Cottage is a detached former Forester's cottage sitting in its own maturing secure garden.
The cottage is perched just below Shapridge common overlooking the Flaxley Valley on the edge of the Royal Forest of Dean, one of England's surviving ancient woodlands.
A lovely relaxing few days in this beautiful cottage, everything you need is provided for, we will definitely be returning!… More
Thankyou for your lovely review of Nuthatch Cottage.
We look forward to seeing you again.
Vicki & Tim
“Wonderful little cottage”
Reviewed 14 Dec 2016
Myself my partner and our young son stayed in nuthatch cottage for 3 nights, it is a stunning little cottage in a picturesque setting, wonderful views and so quiet! The wildlife is amazing and our son… More
We're so pleased you enjoyed your stay and thank you for your review. We try to attract the wildlife with our bat and bird boxes, and a new wildlife pond.
“A superb stay!”
Reviewed 13 Jun 2017
Nuthatch cottage is an outstanding place to spend your holiday! The cottage has everything you need, the views and surroundings are fantastic and there is so much wildlife. We saw squirrels, foxes, a … More
Thankyou Barbet, your review was a pleasure to read especially as you had spent 3 weeks at Nuthatch Cottage,
We are honoured that you think that your stay here is up there with the best you have visited.
We look forward to your return to the U.K and to Nuthatch Cottage.
Vicki & Tim
Perched on beautiful Shapridge Hill at the end of a quiet track, Wren Cottage is the perfect romantic getaway. The cottage is a haven of peace and tranquillity and the large wildlife garden enjoys stunning views over the surrounding countryside. Footpaths lead from t
We have just returned from 4 nights at Wren cottage.After parking the first thing that you notice is the fantastic view as you make your way down the path to the cottage. Inside it is small but everyt… More
Thank you very much for reviewing Wren Cottage. We are so glad that you enjoyed your holiday here and that you would like to come back and stay! Your comments are very helpful to those who are thinking about coming here and I am sure they will be appreciated. We are very much looking forwards to welcoming you back!
“A Little Gem”
Reviewed 16 Oct 2017
We stayed at Wren Cottage. It was set in a beautiful location overlooking fields and woodland. It wasn't too far off the beaten track but was still quite isolated away from the traffic etc. The cottag… More
Thank you very much for taking time out to write this lovely review of Wren Cottage. We are really pleased that you rate Wren Cottage so highly and we are already looking forwards to welcoming you back to stay next year, Karen and Liz
“Lovely and cosy dog friendly cottage in beautiful surroundings”
Reviewed 30 Aug 2015
For a getaway from hectic work schedules - this was a hidden gem in the Forest of Dean. Karen and Lis are impeccable hosts ensuring that all your needs are met. The cottage was extremely well equipp… More
Thank you fro your lovely comments and we're so glad that you had a relaxing time here. It was great to meet you both and Crumble too!
Lorraine welcomes you to The Old Dairy Holiday Cottages. Two stone built cottages situated along a pretty rural lane, surrounded by fields, trees and woodland, The Old Dairy cottages are luxurious and located is a peaceful location. We have been graded as a four star
Perched on a sunny hillside at the end of a quiet track in the beautiful Forest of Dean, Robin Cottage is the perfect romantic getaway. The cottage is a haven of peace and tranquility and enjoys stunning views over a beautiful river valley. Footpaths lead from the fro
This has been one of my most favourite places to stay so far. The website pictures are exactly as they state and so is the promised peace and quiet. Listening to the owls in the forest late at night… More
Yes we like listening to the owls and enjoy all the wildlife around here and it is great to be able to share it with others who appreciate it too
Reviewed 19 Nov 2012
Lovely cosy cottage, exactly what I was hoping it would be! beautiful views with stunning walks nearby. The cottage came with everything we needed, the logs and firelighters and the refreshments provi… More
Glad you loved the ammenities as much as the cottage. Thank you.
“Regret we coudn't have stayed for longer”
Reviewed 21 Oct 2012
One of the easiest cottages we have ever had to book and one of the nicest , delightful owners . The cottage is in a peaceful location with wonderful views and it was spotlessly clean. Regret we coul… More
Thank you for your very positive comments we are so pleased that you loved the cottage as much as we do.
As soon as you turn off the main road and start the drive up to Little Owl you will feel that you are really escaping to that rural idyll! The views are amazing! The studio is located at the end of a quiet track with parking just outside and overlooking a small Common
Stayed at Little Owl for 2 nights. Wish we had booked for longer. It was idyllic and gave us the peace and tranquillity we needed. Our neighbours were beautiful horses,sheep,goats,pigs and a donkey. L… More
It's great that you had such a good time at Little Owl and thank you for your kind comments about the studio. We were envious when we read in our visitors' book that you had seen the red moon! It is great for looking at the stars and planets as is is properly dark here at nightime. We're glad you want to return another time, and we look forward to welcoming you back.
“A bijou hideaway in a magical setting.”
Reviewed 6 Nov 2014
Enjoyed three nights at 'Little Owl', the perfect getaway for two to go. Excellent instructions from the hosts, which meant that the cottage was very easy to find despite arriving in the dark, with a … More
Thank you for your fantastic comments about your stay in Little Owl Studio. We are so glad that you had a great time and like the accommodation. We are sorry that you were unable to connect to the wi-fi during your stay. It is usually working, although admittedly it can be rather slow, this being a rural area. We look forward to welcoming you back next year!
“Love this place.”
Reviewed 21 Mar 2014
This is was our 4th visit to Little Owl and we never get tired of it. It's lovely to just switch off and chill out in this glorious place. Lovely walks on the door step for us and our dog to enjoy. Li… More
Thank you so much for your lovely comments. We always look forward to seeing you and your dog too!
Mutlers Row cottage was originally built in the 1830's as a row of 4 cottages. Equipped to a very high standard. This fabulous cottage is nestled on the north edge of the Forest of Dean in an elevated position overlooking the Severn valley, between villages on the borde
“We wanted a relaxing family holiday and that is exactly what we got at this cottage”
Reviewed 20 Aug 2017
Clean, very well equipped cottage with fantastic views. This is a perfect dog walking area as well. The whole family were able to relax here.… More
“Our wonderful week at Mutlers Row”
Reviewed 12 Aug 2013
Our week at the cottage was great. The accommodation was more than we expected really quaint and roomy. We had our Ruby Wedding Anniversary Party on the Saturday of our stay with 40 guests. This is… More
The Old Greyhound c 1865 is a large Dog Friendly Town House with Versatile Accommodation for Families & Groups in the Forest of Dean.
Originally built as a public house in 1865, the Old Greyhound was run as a Post Office up until 2011 by the previous resident. It has
This detached, single storey cottage is situated on the outskirts of the village of Mitcheldean on the edge of the Royal Forest of Dean, in Gloucestershire, and can sleep two people in one double bedroom.Brookbank Folly is a bespoke, timber framed detached cottage situa
“Very romantic & private. Pictures do not do this beautiful cottage justice”
Reviewed 27 Jan 2012
Beautifully crafted cottage, just like a fairytale. The pictures honestly do not do this place justice. If anything I would describe it as a picturesque re-imagination of "snow white & the seven dwarf… More
This ground floor barn conversion is situated on the outskirts of the village of Mitcheldean on the edge of the Royal Forest of Dean, in Gloucestershire, and can sleep two people in one king-size double bedroom.The Old Dairy 2 is on the outskirts of the village of Mitch
One of two bungalows in Mitcheldean which sleeps two people in one bedroom.The Old Dairy 1 is one of two bungalows in Mitcheldean. The cottage sleeps two people in one bedroom which is a king-size double with an en-suite shower room. There is also an open plan living ar