The Coachman's Cottage

  • Sleeps up to 5 people
  • 1 double bedroom with adjoining bathroom with Jack and Jill access to this bedroom and 
  • adjoining bedroom with 3 single beds
  • ground floor sitting room with open fire and access to south facing garden
  • Dining kitchen
  • Delightful garden
  • Designated parking space

Dovecote Cottage

  • Sleeps up to 9 people
  • Kitchen
  • Sitting/dining room
  • 2 bathrooms one with shower
  • 1 further WC
  • 2 double bedrooms
  • 1 bedroom with 3 single beds
  • 1 bunk bed room
  • Private enclosed garden
  • Parking for up to 3 cars

Dovecote Flat

  • The top floor of Dovecote Cottage can be let as a one bedroom flat which sleeps up to 4 people. 
  • Kitchen
  • Living sitting/dining room
  • 1 room with 1 double bed and 1 single bed
  • Ensuite bathroom
  • 1 sofa bed in living room
  • Private enclosed garden

The Coachman's Cottage and Dovecote Cottage are available for a combined let to sleep up to 12.


Regional Details

Cheltenham, Gloucester, Cotswolds and Central England

The Wye Valley is a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in recognition of:

  • Exceptional landscape - dramatic limestone gorge and some of the most outstanding native woodlands to be found in Europe
  • Impressive geology - from Silurian limestones to a plateau of Old Red Sandstone
  • Historic legacies - Iron Age hill forts, Norman Castles, the first Cistercian Abbey in Wales and a pioneering industrial heritage in iron, brass, wire, tinplate and copper works.
  • Wildlife - a quarter of Britain's population of lesser horseshoe bats, a growing population of Peregrine falcons, goshawks, ravens, rare whitebeam, nightjar and lesser known fish like the shad and twaite.

Beautiful walks in a designated area of outstanding natural beauty

Villages in the area include Goodrich overlooked by its impressive castle and the riverside settlements of Symonds Yat, Redbrook, Brockweir, Llandogo and Tintern with its wonderful Abbey.


The stunning landscapes and spectacular scenery have inspired artists and writers such as William Wordsworth, JRR Tolkien, Dennis Potter and JK Rowling as well as the many visitors who return every year.


Use footpaths to explore the woodlands and discover hidden beauty spots or if you prefer more rugged pursuits, there's a choice of cycling, canoeing, rowing, horse riding, rock climbing, abseiling, caving, off road driving and fishing.


If you wish to take a course in painting, drawing, sculpture or silver jewellery there is The Wye Valley Arts Centre in Llandogo which offers 1, 2 and 4 day courses, in addition to the weekley classes. For horse lovers there are racecourses at Chepstow, and Cheltenham is only an hour away with The Gold Cup Festival in March.


Golf courses nearby include St. Pierre near Chepstow, Celtic Manor near Newport, Forest Hills near Coleford and The Rolls at Monmouth.

Within easy distance are Bath and Somerset across the Severn Estuary and in the other direction the beautiful Cotswolds and Stratford-upon-Avon.