Beulah Cottage is a delightful, dog-friendly holiday home in the little hamlet of Green Bottom in the Forest of Dean.
Welcoming up to two well-behaved dogs, there is also off-road parking for two cars.
The spacious interior is immaculately presented with quality furnishing throughout. With oil central heating and two wood burners, this cottage is warm and cosy at any time of year.
The lounge has plenty of comfy seating, where you can relax in front of the wood burner and watch television which comes with FreeSat, or curl up with a book. Alternatively, enjoy a game of table football and other activities in the well-stocked games room.
There is a second fireplace in the dining room, which seats up to eight guests.
The kitchen is well-equipped, with oven, microwave, fridge freezer, dishwasher and washing machine.
There are four bedrooms, all decorated in relaxing tones of blue and white: a king-size double, a double, a twin (which can be king-size on request) and a bunk bed. There is a family bathroom upstairs, comprising a bath with shower over, basin and WC, as well as a shower room downstairs. Bed linen and towels are included in the rent.
Guests can enjoy free WiFi.
The cottage is well equipped and the kids loved the games room. There are lots of lovely walks that the dog enjoyed. Our dog also enjoyed the garden while the kids enjoyed the rope swing…Sykes Cottages – Dec 2018
There is a lawned garden and patio with barbecue, perfect for relaxing at the end of a day exploring the area with the dogs. The outside area is complete with rope swing, and well-placed for walking in the nearby bluebell woods.
Location and surrounding area
The hamlet of Green Bottom is just a mile from Littledean, an ancient village with many historic buildings and Roman fortifications. In the woodland opposite the cottage can be found the remains of a Bronze Age hill fort.
Enjoy riverside walks, a good range of shops and historic inns in the nearby village of Newnham-on-Severn.
The surrounding Forest of Dean, England’s largest oak forest, offers plenty to keep you occupied, including walking, cycling and horse riding, plus more adventurous activities such as caving, abseiling and a high rope course.
Slightly further afield but easily accessible is a Wye-valley river cruise, hot air balloon ride or trips to Symonds Yat, the Black Mountains, Hereford and Monmouth. Gloucester is just 14 miles away.
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