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Perfect for relaxing with two cosy sofas in the lounge
Sit back and enjoy a good movie
The kitchen is a great space for preparing a simple supper
The dining area is finished with hand crafted oak table and re-claimed scaffolding
A great style of mixing both old and new
There's always time for breakfast
View towards the lounge area from the kitchen
A great feeling of space and natural light with a rustic twist
Enjoy stargazing with the black skies
The double bedroom is tucked away
Enjoy breakfast in bed
The shower room is perfect for a morning shower
Heated towel rails for warm towels
View towards the bolthole
Take a stroll around the lake Mallards Pike
Why not enjoy a day on the River Wye
Follow the cycle trail to Mallards Pike
Enjoy a tree top adventure!
A warm welcome to all that come and stay
Quirky touches throughout the lodge
Lots to see and do in the area
Enjoy a beautiful walk through the forest
Bluebell woods
Walks from the door
View towards the property
Steps up to the property
1 / 26  Perfect for relaxing with two cosy sofas in the lounge
2 / 26  Sit back and enjoy a good movie
3 / 26  The kitchen is a great space for preparing a simple supper
4 / 26  The dining area is finished with hand crafted oak table and re-claimed scaffolding
5 / 26  A great style of mixing both old and new
6 / 26  There's always time for breakfast
7 / 26  View towards the lounge area from the kitchen
8 / 26  A great feeling of space and natural light with a rustic twist
9 / 26  Enjoy stargazing with the black skies
10 / 26  The double bedroom is tucked away
11 / 26  Enjoy breakfast in bed
12 / 26  The shower room is perfect for a morning shower
13 / 26  Heated towel rails for warm towels
14 / 26  View towards the bolthole
15 / 26  Take a stroll around the lake Mallards Pike
16 / 26  Why not enjoy a day on the River Wye
17 / 26  Follow the cycle trail to Mallards Pike
18 / 26  Enjoy a tree top adventure!
19 / 26  A warm welcome to all that come and stay
20 / 26  Quirky touches throughout the lodge
21 / 26  Lots to see and do in the area
22 / 26  Enjoy a beautiful walk through the forest
23 / 26  Bluebell woods
24 / 26  Walks from the door
25 / 26  View towards the property
26 / 26  Steps up to the property

Stone End Lodge

Cinderford (1.5mls SW), Gloucestershire
Sleeps 2
Bedrooms 1
Bathrooms 1
Change Fri
Dogs welcome 1
4 star
Downstairs bedroom
Downstairs bathroom
Internet access
Pub nearby
Shop nearby
Romantic
Quirky
Towels included
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At a glance

  • New Property for March 2019
  • A rustic bolt hole just perfect for two set within the Forest of Dean
  • Enjoy the wealth of walking available from your front door
  • Within walking distance from the local village inn, shop and takeaway
  • A great base for walkers and mountain bike enthusiasts with access to the cycle paths
  • Within easy reach of the Dean Heritage Centre
  • A great base for exploring the Forest of Dean and Wye Valley
Property code: 73633

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.

  • 1 bedroom - double
  • 1 shower room
  • Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge and washing machine
  • Electric and central heating included
  • Off-road parking for 1 car
  • Wi-Fi included
  • 1 Dog welcome
  • Pub and shop within walking distance
  • TV/DVD in lounge and TV in kitchen
  • Property not suitable for wheelchair users

This property is personally managed by Beth.

Reviews

From guests that have stayed at the property.

Based on 8 guest ratings

Overall cleanliness
4.9
Overall equipment
4.5
Overall comfort
4.2
Overall location
4.1

Reviewed by Carl 28th September 2019

situated right at the doorstep of the Forest. with an atmospheric woodland walk right outside. Pleasant village with a good old fashioned pub and chip shop within a 5 minute walk Accommodation is right up to date and comfortable

Reviewed by Michael 21st September 2019

The cottage is decorated to a high standard, very comfortable. Would recommend to anyone.

Reviewed by Stephanie 30th August 2019

Lovely cottage. Right on the edge of Forest of Dean and easy access to all roads for the area. Road noise was an issue for us, but not unbearable.

Reviewed by Janice 18th June 2019

Ant & Kay were lovely hosts and very welcoming. They left us some basics for when we arrived and fresh flowers in the kitchen. The space is lovely and the location is great.

Reviewed by Nigel 29th May 2019

A lovely well equipped, compact but cozy cottage very tastefully decorated. Very thoughtful owners who left an excellent folder full of information on the local attractions, places to eat etc. Ideal base for walkers who want to explore the Forest of Dean from the doorstep.

Reviewed by Tamara 19th April 2019

Fabulous cottage in an amazing location boasting the possibility to take part in lots of activities, or alternatively you can unplug and relax in this wonderful property. The top three attractions from our getaway were canoeing on the River Wye, enjoying a gorgeous meal at the Tudor Farmhouse hotel, and watching the sunset whilst enjoying some drinRead moreks in the White Horse beer garden. We can defiantly recommend this cottage! Hide

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Perfect for relaxing with two cosy sofas in the lounge
Sit back and enjoy a good movie
The kitchen is a great space for preparing a simple supper
The dining area is finished with hand crafted oak table and re-claimed scaffolding
A great style of mixing both old and new
There's always time for breakfast
View towards the lounge area from the kitchen
A great feeling of space and natural light with a rustic twist
Enjoy stargazing with the black skies
The double bedroom is tucked away
Enjoy breakfast in bed
Show 14 moreThe shower room is perfect for a morning shower

Location

Map
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