St Briavels, Gloucestershire
Stone cottage in Gloucestershire that's brimming with rural charm and is surrounded by acres of greenery, with a natural sauna and wood-burner.
Stonewall Cottage is listed in affiliation with Plum Guide.
Sleeping up to eight guests, Stonewall Cottage provides families and groups with a tranquil base from which to soak up the glorious Gloucestershire countryside. Dating back around 200 years, this cottage is bursting with original character while benefitting from a modern refit, ensuring a stay here is comfortable, cosy and luxurious for all.
Surrounded by acres of lush greenery, and slightly off the beaten track, guests will really feel secluded and at peace here, lazing the summer days out in the hammock amongst the trees, or snuggling up to the woodburning fire on a cold winter's night. But the real treat is the natural sauna that can be found at the bottom of the garden, a real must for all guests to relax and unwind in. Overlooking the awe-inspiring Wye Valley, visitors are spoilt for choice when it comes to walking trails, landscapes and fresh air, with many beauty spots, quaint villages and charming pubs to discover along the way.
Characterised by the stone walls and sage green window frames that this part of the country is so well-known for, guests will immediately feel at home here at Stonewall Cottage. Inside, there are three lovely bedrooms for six guests and two bathrooms, as well as a kitchen and living area which more than comfortably accommodate all guests. A sofa bed in the living room is available for two to sleep in. Walking through the trees to the end of the green garden, the impressive wood-built sauna can be found, heated by fire and perched atop a handcrafted wooden platform. This truly is a haven away from it all.
This eco retreat can be found on the outskirts of the lovely village of Brockweir that is about 20-minutes walking distance or a few minutes by car. Here there is a village shop which is great for stocking up on snacks. Slightly further afield, the charming village of Tintern can be found, with a number of traditional pubs, perfect for a wholesome meal after a day of walking. A short drive away, guests will find a number of historical ruins, the beauty of the River Severn and of course, epic landscapes and walking trails.
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