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A warm welcome awaits
A stylish interior with garden views
A traditional dresser finishes the room perfectly
The kitchen opens onto the dining area
The cottage is a great space for entertaining
A perfect spot to sit and relax
Snuggle up after a day of exploring
A cosy lounge with access onto the courtyard garden
A warming wood burner for those quiet nights in
A spacious lounge for a movie night
An eclectic interior throughout the cottage
Snuggle up in front of the wood burner
A bedroom fit for a king
This ornate four poster is steeped in history
Simple touches throughout the room
Relax in total peace with a favourite book
Take a soak in this traditional claw foot bath
Climb the stairs to a double bedroom with valley views
A spacious room with day bed
Pretty patch work quilts enhance the room
Sit back and relax in the beautiful courtyard garden
Views from the sunny courtyard
Enjoy a peaceful evening
Grade II listed cottage with church views
Nearby Symonds Yat
A fun day out for everyone
Why not enjoy a day on the River Wye
Short walk to peaceful village Meend
The nearby village Meend with views over to the Welsh mountains
1 / 29  A warm welcome awaits
2 / 29  A stylish interior with garden views
3 / 29  A traditional dresser finishes the room perfectly
4 / 29  The kitchen opens onto the dining area
5 / 29  The cottage is a great space for entertaining
6 / 29  A perfect spot to sit and relax
7 / 29  Snuggle up after a day of exploring
8 / 29  A cosy lounge with access onto the courtyard garden
9 / 29  A warming wood burner for those quiet nights in
10 / 29  A spacious lounge for a movie night
11 / 29  An eclectic interior throughout the cottage
12 / 29  Snuggle up in front of the wood burner
13 / 29  A bedroom fit for a king
14 / 29  This ornate four poster is steeped in history
15 / 29  Simple touches throughout the room
16 / 29  Relax in total peace with a favourite book
17 / 29  Take a soak in this traditional claw foot bath
18 / 29  Climb the stairs to a double bedroom with valley views
19 / 29  A spacious room with day bed
20 / 29  Pretty patch work quilts enhance the room
21 / 29  Sit back and relax in the beautiful courtyard garden
22 / 29  Views from the sunny courtyard
23 / 29  Enjoy a peaceful evening
24 / 29  Grade II listed cottage with church views
25 / 29  Nearby Symonds Yat
26 / 29  A fun day out for everyone
27 / 29  Why not enjoy a day on the River Wye
28 / 29  Short walk to peaceful village Meend
29 / 29  The nearby village Meend with views over to the Welsh mountains

Staunton - Church Farm Cottage

Coleford (2mls NW), Forest of Dean
Sleeps 4
Bedrooms 2
Bathrooms 2
Change Fri
Dogs welcome 2
4 star
Enclosed garden / patio
Open fire / woodburner
Internet access
Pub nearby
Shop nearby
Luxury
Romantic
Family friendly
Four Poster
Rustic
Towels included
Travel cot available
Highchair available
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At a glance

  • A beautiful Grade II listed cottage boasting a wealth of character
  • An inviting wood burner for chilly winter evenings
  • A great base for walking in both the Forest of Dean and Wye Valley
  • Within walking distance of the village inn
  • Set in An Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty
  • Within easy reach of the Black Mountains and Welsh Borders
Property code: 56076

As featured in 25 Beautiful Homes magazine this simply charming cottage peacefully tucked away within a traditional village, just perfect for those looking here to explore the Wye Valley.

The quaint and bustling community village of Staunton has an enviable position making it an excellent base for exploring the Forest of Dean,  Wye Valley and Welsh Borders. Nestled in an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, surrounded by countryside with many well marked footpaths to guide you through the stunning scenery, including the Meend circular route with Moorland ponies and views across the Brecons. For the more adventurous among us there is rock climbing and canoeing at Symonds Yat which is walkable through the historic woodland with a lunch at the Saracens Head, Go Ape at Mallards Park and ample mountain biking routes around the Forest of Dean and the Black Mountains across the Welsh border. It is a location that is great all year round with a vibrant events calendar to include the Hay on Wye Literary Festival, Abergavenny Food Festival and the Cheltenham Jazz Festival to name but a few. Also within an hours drive are the bustling cities of Bristol and the Historic Spa town of Bath, with lots to see and do including the SS Great Britain and the famous Bath Spas, as well as easy access to both Chepstow and Cheltenham racecourse and the heart of The Cotswolds.

Your journey starts at the garden gate of this picturesque Grade II listed cottage, a simple porch covers the pale green door, and as you step inside you will be welcomed by the both classic and timeless interior of the kitchen/diner. Simply brimming with character and original features to include the exposed beams and fire place with a mantle hosting a colourful selection of jugs. The dining area with a traditional table and school room chairs enhanced by the simple arm chair and farm house dresser, the original windows offer views onto the front gardens and when the evening draws in you can simply close the original wooden shutters. The kitchen boasts the same traditional style though well–equipped with electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, dishwasher and washer/dryer. And when dinner is done step down into the lounge for a cosy evening with family or friends, light the wood burner and enjoy a movie on the TV/DVD, or for summer evenings simply open the French doors onto a private courtyard. When it’s time for bed, climb the stairs where you will find a room fit for a king with an ornate four poster bedroom. There is also a bathroom with claw foot bath and WC on this floor. Heading up to the second floor there is a double bedroom with additional day bed with stunning views onto the valley with en-suite shower room and WC.

This stunning cottage has two enclosed cottage gardens, you can enjoy the sun throughout the day with a garden with seating accessed off the lounge, and a further simple garden is accessed via the dining area with seating. There is off-road parking for two cars.

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

SLEEPS: There are two bedrooms, one with a king-size four-poster bed, the other with one double bed and an additional day bed. Bed linen is provided for your stay.

RELAXING: Electric and central heating and Wi-Fi is included for your stay.

COOKING & DINING: There is an electrical oven and hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, dishwasher and washing machine.

KEEPING CLEAN: There is one first floor bathroom with claw foot bath and WC, and an en-suite shower room with WC on the second floor. Towels are provided for your stay.

OUTSIDE: Outside there are two pretty gardens with outdoor seating. There is off-road parking available for two cars.

PETS: Two dogs are welcome at this property.

This property is personally managed by Beth.

Reviews

From guests that have stayed at the property.

Based on 19 guest ratings

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

Reviewed by Janet 14th June 2019

There were four adults and two small dogs, we all had plenty of space between us. The cottage was really pretty and set in a lovely village, close to a town with a good co-op and Tesco express. The pub was very good for taking dogs of an evening, food was good but a bit pricey if you are there for full week. The good old Co-op is a must. EverythingRead more you need is provided little touches chocolate brownies baked by the owner very nice! Hide

Reviewed by Jacquie 8th February 2019

Beautiful cottage and great location to explore the area every thing was perfect, area was peaceful and quiet even though located on a busy road. Idyllic can't stop telling all our friends... historically we go to Stowe annually so definitely would visit Gloucestershire again.

Reviewed by Ellie 25th November 2018

The property was just perfect, a true home from home. Little touches of luxury were everywhere, including dog bowls and towels. We will definitely go back!

Reviewed by Sarka 16th November 2018

For our November break this cottage was perfect. The Forest of Dean is basically at your doorstep, after a nice walk, we opened the fire and got cosy on massive sofas in the lounge. The kitchen is fully equipped and cooking was easy but the local pub (5 min away) serves good food and wine, so we didn't feel the need to cook every day. The cottage hRead moreas got a good vibe, the owners take good care, there were several things, we particularly appreciated; the stair gate, doggy towels. Hide

Reviewed by Lynn 2nd November 2018

Perfect stay in a lovely cottage, everything we would need provided and decorated to a very high standard. Larger than we thought and always lovely and warm on cold November mornings.

Reviewed by Simon 26th October 2018

This cottage was gorgeous, and immaculately clean had everything you could want our Daisy Doberman loved it too, every time you came in it was lovely and was just perfect and snuggly everything has been thought of

Reviewed by Jim 12th October 2018

Perfect!

Reviewed by Kelly 28th September 2018

Beautifully restored cottage in a great position for exploring the Forest of Dean, Gloucestershire and Monmouthshire. We took our two dogs and walked for miles everyday in every direction where the views were amazing. Would go back in a heartbeat.

Reviewed by Anne 3rd September 2018

Church Farm Cottage was everything we expected. Old world charm but with all modern conveniences. The gardens were pretty and the Cottage decorated and furnished in keeping with its heritage. David and Nicky were perfect hosts. What more can I say but perfect.

Reviewed by Claudia 24th August 2018

We can truly recommend this place, hence the cottage indeed in nature is even more beautiful than on the photos. :) Claudia & Bernd from Germany

Reviewed by Martin 17th August 2018

We (two couples aged 55-60) really enjoyed our week long holiday at Church Farm Cottage. This lovely cosy, pet friendly cottage was beautifully and tastefully decorated and equipped ensuring a comfortable and stress free break. It is well situated in the lovely Wye Valley with many interesting walks from the door. Great grub available at the White Read moreHorse Inn just a few minutes walk away, but best book a table to avoid disappointment. Hide

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A warm welcome awaits
A stylish interior with garden views
A traditional dresser finishes the room perfectly
The kitchen opens onto the dining area
The cottage is a great space for entertaining
A perfect spot to sit and relax
Snuggle up after a day of exploring
A cosy lounge with access onto the courtyard garden
A warming wood burner for those quiet nights in
A spacious lounge for a movie night
An eclectic interior throughout the cottage
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Location

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