This original farm house set within the fringes of a traditional village is the perfect base for lovers of the outdoors with spacious accommodation and a wealth of original features.
The traditional working village of Bream is an ideal base for families wanting to make the most of the Forest of Dean and Wye Valley. An absolute haven for fun seekers with easy access to the cycle trails and down-hill courses that will test the best of mountain bikers, abseiling and caving at Symonds Yat rock, canoeing and a high wire rope course. Also within easy access The Secret Forest a beautiful woodland now reclaimed by nature and Clearwell a great underground experience with nine caverns for you to explore, on rainy days there’s also plenty to do from museums to caves or how about spending some time riding a steam train through the forest.
This original farm house offers a warm welcome with its porch just perfect for your walking boots and brimming with logs for the wood burner, you will enter via the farmhouse kitchen warmed by the traditional Rayburn, and well-equipped with electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge, freezer and washing machine. The wooden table and chairs sit centre stage providing a great base for catching up after a day of exploring. Take a step back in time to the lounge, the stone mullion windows, exposed beams and inglenook fire create a cosy space just perfect for family nights in with board games, TV and DVD, and when the evening starts to get chilly why not light the wood burner. And when night falls there is a double bedroom on this floor. Climb the winding wooden stairs where you will find one king-sized bedroom with additional day bed, one double bedroom and a bathroom with bath and WC.
Step outside and enjoy the afternoon sun, the patio is a real sun trap with garden furniture. There is off road-parking for two cars and bicycle storage.
Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.