Wing near St Briavels (1.5mls E), Lydney

Gloucestershire. Sleeps up to 2

Nestled into the Wye Valley landscape enjoying views across the open countryside though just a short walk from the traditional village of both St Briavels a vibrant village steeped in history with a castle and village inn ideal for seasoned walkers with access to the Offa s Dyke footpath and the Wye Valley Walk taking in stunning scenery and market towns and villages along the way. For enthusiastic cyclists a network of cycle paths that will guide you through the Forest of Dean. Take in the magic of Puzzle Wood and the history of the Clearwell caves. The Views from Symonds Yat rock are also not to be missed. Leave your walking boots by the front door and step inside where you will receive a warm welcome the entrance hall offers access to the lounge/diner a light and spacious room with oak framed floor to ceiling windows that enjoy the morning sun and enhance the local artwork that decorates the wall space. A table and chairs for dining is set within the window space where you can enjoy a breakfast over looking the gardens and for cosy evenings in there are comfortable armchairs and a sofa where you can lose yourself in a good movie on the TV or take your pick of good reads that are also available within the lounge. The kitchen is accessed off the lounge a well-equipped space with electric oven and hob microwave and fridge/freezer. So when the sun goes down and the day is done you will find a double bedroom on the ground floor there is also a shower room with shower WC and washing machine on this floor. Outside there is a patio area to the side of the cottage with table and chairs just perfect for enjoying the sunshine you are also free to take a stroll through the owners grounds. There is off-road parking for two cars and bicycle storage.

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