We are situated less than a mile away from the village of St Briavels. It is a vibrant little village in the Forest of Dean, on the edge of the beautiful Wye Valley. It has an inn, an art gallery, a deli, a church and a castle. A monthly farmers' market is held in the village on the first Saturday morning of every month, where you can buy a whole range of local produce, including bread and cakes, cider and real ale, fish, and speciality meats.
The lodge is an annexe next to 150 year old cottage - close to Offas Dyke path and Wye Valley. The accommodation is a galleried loft space with private shower room, kingsize bed, single bed and seating/lounge/tv area. Own private entrance. No cooker/kitchen, but there is a microwave/small oven, a toaster, a mini fridge and a kettle. There is free wifi, but, due to our location, it can be quite patchy. There is a lovely village pub less than a mile away which serves a range of delicious meals, next to St Briavels Castle. There is also a deli/small café in the village, along with a park and tennis courts.
The annexe accommodation is totally separate from the main cottage. It has it's own front door leading on to a hallway - off which is the shower room/WC, with a recently fitted Dimplex bathroom heater. There are then stairs up to the galleried loft area. There is limited wifi, due to the remote location.
We are happy to help you make the most of your stay. Please just ask.