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View towards the converted cider mill
A sympathetic conversion offering spacious open-plan living
Set within the rich countryside of Hope Mansell
The cosy lounge with colourful sofas and limestone walls
The dining area is perfect for four
The kitchen has a simple style with original limestone walls
Open-plan lounge/kitchen/diner on the ground floor
Views towards the converted barn
A double bedroom with mezzanine balcony
The mezzanine floor brings in additional light and original features
This double room has an en-suite shower room
Spacious en-suite shower room
A cosy twin room
Wake up to stunning views up across the meadows
The twin room is light and spacious
The shower room that is situated next to the twin bedroom
The barn is set within the grounds of the owners home, yet privacy is assured
Enjoy a lazy afternoon wandering to the top of the meadow
Set within 3 acres of grounds of which you can roam
You are more than welcome to say hello
Fresh eggs are available for when you arrive
Pretty flowers within the original mill stone
View across Hope Mansell valley
Views across the valley from the meadow
1 / 24  View towards the converted cider mill
2 / 24  A sympathetic conversion offering spacious open-plan living
3 / 24  Set within the rich countryside of Hope Mansell
4 / 24  The cosy lounge with colourful sofas and limestone walls
5 / 24  The dining area is perfect for four
6 / 24  The kitchen has a simple style with original limestone walls
7 / 24  Open-plan lounge/kitchen/diner on the ground floor
8 / 24  Views towards the converted barn
9 / 24  A double bedroom with mezzanine balcony
10 / 24  The mezzanine floor brings in additional light and original features
11 / 24  This double room has an en-suite shower room
12 / 24  Spacious en-suite shower room
13 / 24  A cosy twin room
14 / 24  Wake up to stunning views up across the meadows
15 / 24  The twin room is light and spacious
16 / 24  The shower room that is situated next to the twin bedroom
17 / 24  The barn is set within the grounds of the owners home, yet privacy is assured
18 / 24  Enjoy a lazy afternoon wandering to the top of the meadow
19 / 24  Set within 3 acres of grounds of which you can roam
20 / 24  You are more than welcome to say hello
21 / 24  Fresh eggs are available for when you arrive
22 / 24  Pretty flowers within the original mill stone
23 / 24  View across Hope Mansell valley
24 / 24  Views across the valley from the meadow

Perry Barn

Hope Mansell, Wye Valley
Sleeps 4
Bedrooms 2
Bathrooms 2
Change Fri
Dogs welcome 2
4 star
Enclosed garden / patio
Internet access
Pub nearby
Family friendly
Rustic
Towels included
Travel cot available
Highchair available
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At a glance

  • A traditionally converted cider mill set within a Herefordshire valley
  • Surrounded by beautiful countryside where you are free to roam
  • Perfect for exploring the Wye Valley and Forest of Dean
  • Within easy reach of the vibrant market town of Ross on Wye
  • An area rich in history with castles, collieries and caves
  • Slightly further afield are the cities of Hereford and Gloucester with magnificent cathedrals
Property code: 73253

This sympathetically renovated cider mill sits within the rolling countryside of Hope Mansell where its two barns now offer stylish open-plan living that’s simply perfect whatever the time of year.

The Hope Mansell valley boasts rolling hills, rich pastureland and thick woodland, ideal for those wanting to explore both the Forest of Dean and Wye Valley by day and relax in peace and tranquillity in the evenings. With walks from the door across mixed woods, farmlands and through ancient tracks, the stunning views constantly change. Nearby Goodrich Castle sits majestically within a wooded hill. For enthusiastic cyclists, cycle paths guide you through the Forest of Dean where you can take in the magic of Puzzle Wood and the history of the Clearwell Caves. Views from Symonds Yat rock are not to be missed. Ross-on-Wye is within easy reach and is hailed as the birthplace of modern tourism with 17th century market house, and Monmouth, the birthplace of Henry V.

A traditional garden gate gives way to a gravel pathway that will lead you to the front door. The barn entrance opens into an entrance hall with separate WC, space for muddy boots and hanging space for coats. To one side there’s access into the comfortable lounge where you can relax and enjoy views onto the countryside through the coach house double doors. Down a few steps you will find the original milling area of the barn, sympathetically restored with timbered ceiling and curved walls where the pony would have turned the mill. This open-plan space comprises a lounge/kitchen/diner, the lounge with TV/DVD has classic sofas, perfect to sink into after a day exploring. The dining area takes centre stage and the kitchen offers a contemporary twist and is well-equipped with electric oven and hob, fridge with ice compartment and dishwasher. So, when the day is done, climb the stairs to the first floor where you will find a vaulted double bedroom with mezzanine over the lounge. The room is enhanced with picture windows offering views onto the valley. There is an en-suite shower room with shower and WC and a tucked away dressing area. A second staircase offers access to the second floor with the twin room with views across the meadow, up the hill and to the woods. Across the landing there is a shower room with shower and WC.

Step outside into the established grounds and enjoy the natural beauty of the meadows surrounding the barn with table and chairs. There are approximately three acres where you are free to wander, meet the owner’s friendly sheep and chickens that roam the orchard, take a stroll up the meadow and relax on the perfectly sited bench to enjoy the view. There is off-road parking for two cars.

Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.

  • 2 Bedrooms – 1 double and 1 twin
  • 1 Shower room, 1 en-suite shower room and 1 separate WC
  • Electric oven and hob, fridge with ice compartment and dishwasher
  • Shared washing machine facilities available
  • Electric and central heating included
  • Off-road parking for 2 cars
  • Wi-Fi included
  • 2 Dogs welcome
  • Pub and shop 5 miles
  • TV in lounge

This property is personally managed by Beth.

Reviews

From guests that have stayed at the property.

Based on 7 guest ratings

Overall cleanliness
5
Overall equipment
4.7
Overall comfort
4.9
Overall location
5

Reviewed by David 23rd November 2019

Perry Barn is full of character and is in a very peaceful, beautiful rural location. It was nice to be able to take our dogs with us to somewhere that offered a high standard of accommodation. Plenty of space with modern facilities. Loads to do in the area, we visited out of season for a few days and still had plenty to do but we would definitely lRead moreike to return to do tourist attractions that were closed during our stay. Homemade bread, fresh eggs from owners hens & wine was much appreciated Hide

Reviewed by Tara 4th November 2019

The barn is ideally situated for a holiday completely away from it all. We will be returning very soon.

Reviewed by Peter 19th October 2019

A lovely location just away from the crowd, that is quiet and in harmony with its surroundings, ideal for a week of relaxation. Property has been finished to a very good standard whilst still retaining some of its original character.Ideal for nature lovers as you are in the middle of farmland and on the edge of the Forest of Dean. Welcome pack of hRead moreomemade bread, eggs from the owners chickens which were a charming attraction and a bottle of wine were gratefully received. Hide

Reviewed by Clare 15th October 2019

Wonderful home comforts, fresh eggs and homemade bread on arrival. Very friendly hosts and chickens!

Reviewed by Stuart 6th September 2019

One of the best we have been to.

Reviewed by Emma 23rd August 2019

We had a great time. Owners were so helpful. Wine, homemade bread, eggs from owners hens and milk on arrival. Barn was spotlessly clean. Well equipped kitchen. Our 6 year old loved meeting sheep and hens and made a friend of ben the dog. Highly recommended. Setting glorious.

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View towards the converted cider mill
A sympathetic conversion offering spacious open-plan living
Set within the rich countryside of Hope Mansell
The cosy lounge with colourful sofas and limestone walls
The dining area is perfect for four
The kitchen has a simple style with original limestone walls
Open-plan lounge/kitchen/diner on the ground floor
Views towards the converted barn
A double bedroom with mezzanine balcony
The mezzanine floor brings in additional light and original features
This double room has an en-suite shower room
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Location

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