The CottageUpper Soudley, Soudley, Cinderford GL14, UK
About this listing
The Cottage is set in the back waters of Upper Soudley, a quiet village in the heart of the forest Of Dean. The village is surrounded by mature woodland and a five minute walk in any direction will take you into the Forest. This offers ideal holiday accommodation for those who want a quiet relaxing holiday. The local village pub the White Horse is less than a five minute walk away.
The nearest village shop is approximately 1 mile away at Ruspidge, the nearest supermarket is 2 miles away in Cinderford.
- Kitchen – modern fully fitted kitchen equipped with:
Ceramic Hob, Built In Oven, Microwave Oven, Fridge/Freezer, Dishwasher & Washing Machine.
- W.C. & Wash Basin
- Lounge Dinner with woodland views, TV , DVD player , Satellite and TV recording. Seating for 6 with a double sofa bed.
All beds are supplied with sheets, duvet & cover, pillows and pillow slips.
- Bedroom 1
Double bed, fitted wardrobes and dressing table. This room has woodland views.
- Bedroom 2
Twin beds with views of farmlands and woodlands.
- Bathroom: Bath, separate showers, washbasin & W.C.
The Cottage is heated by oil fired central heating, has an attached garage and drive with off road parking for two cars. The rear enclosed garden has a small lawn , patio with garden furniture and a French style barbecue. The front garden is paved and has a small wild life pond.
Well behaved pets by arrangement only.
Soudley ponds, nearby, are very scenic with beautiful forest walks and an abundance of wildlife.
The Dean Heritage Centre is located opposite the ponds and is well worth a visit. The rich history of The Royal Forest of Dean is recounted in various displays both indoors and outside, step back in time by visiting the Forest Miners Cottage. The Heritage Centre also has craft shop, nature trail and a cafe.
A scenic drive to the Wenchford Picnic Site is a must. On the way you drive through woodland rich in beauty and colour and pass by the remains of an old Roman Road. The picnic site is set in beautiful Oak Woodlands with a stream meandering nearby. The site has barbecues and picnic tables.
The Forest of Dean consists of 42 square miles of ancient woodlands nestled between the rivers of the Severn and Wye. The River Wye meanders through the beautiful Wye Valley and is excellent for Canoeing and fishing. The river Severn is famous for the Severn Bore a spectacular natural phenomena, it is a surge wave which can be seen in the River Severn estuary where the tidal range is the second highest in the world. The River Severn Bore times can be found on www.severn-bore.co.uk.
There are many local attractions to visit. Clearwell Caves, which were created by man mining for ore when the Romans ruled ancient Britain. The Dean Heritage Centre at Soudley recounts the history of The Royal Forest of Dean. Facilities include an adventure playground, a nature trail and a cafe.
Please note that there is limited public transport available near the cottage. It is recommended that you bring your own transport to gain the most from your holiday.
- Guests: 4/6
- Bedrooms: 2
- Beds: 3
- Bathrooms: 1
- Double Bedroom
- 1 Double Bed
- 2 Guests
- Twin Bedroom
- 2 Single Beds
- 2 Guests
- Bed Linen Provided
- DVD player
- Hair Dryer
- Outdoor Seating
- Satellite TV
- Soap & Toilet Paper
- Towels Provided
- Washing Machine
- The minimum stay is 3 nights