Set within the heart of a traditional mining village, this rustic handcrafted bolt hole is simply perfect for couples wanting to escape and step back in time.
The village of Ruspidge sits on the fringes of Cinderford within the heart of the Forest of Dean. You can leave the car behind and gain access into the forest by foot, stroll down to the Soudley ponds or meander through the woodlands with deer and wild boar, or take in the sheer climbing face of the Shakemantle quarry. The Dean Heritage centre is within easy reach where you can step back in time. For cyclists you can access the Forest on the many cycling trails or explore the downhill mountain bike trail. You are also within easy reach of the Wye Valley great for rock climbing, river walks, kayaking and caving. Other attractions include Hopewell Colliery, Goodrich Castle, Go Ape, the Sculpture Trail and Cyril Hart Arboretum.
Step inside this peaceful bolthole built for two where the kitchen/diner has been handcrafted cleverly to enhance the overall charm. The kitchen with wooden block work tops and cabinets are well stocked with electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge, washing machine and a contemporary sink to enhance its charm, here there is also a TV. The reclaimed scaffolding boards and handcrafted table really showcase the dining area which is perfect for two whether it’s a simple supper or morning coffee. The open-plan hall way gives access to a cosy lounge with painted stone work and exposed beams, sink into the leather sofas with colourful cushions and throws to enjoy a movie on the TV. And when the day is done there is a double bedroom with Velux window where you can enjoy the stars. The shower room with shower and WC completed the accommodation.
There is off-road allocated parking for one car.
Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.