|Price:||£486-£799 per week|
|Sleeps:||4 or (3 + cot)|
Thanks so much for a fabulous 10 days in this amazing house full of history! We loved touring this beautiful part of England. It was wonderful to meet Pauline and James who were ....Read more…
Comprising the entire first floor of the South East wing of an ancient and historic grade II* listed country house, Dean Hall Apartment provides very spacious and well appointed accommodation, now deservedly graded 4 stars Gold Award by Visit England. Visitors have the shared use of the beautiful grounds surrounding the house, including a grass tennis court and croquet lawn and there is a sheltered, cobbled courtyard - a real sun-trap - immediately outside the apartment.
The location is very convenient for exploring the woods and paths of the Forest of Dean, a walkers’ and cyclists’ paradise; and for taking advantage of the wide variety of attractions to be found in the area – water sports on the nearby Severn, or the Wye a little further away; or visiting some of the historic sites and buildings in easy reach for a day’s outing – Symond’s Yat, a famous beauty spot on the Wye, and the magnificent ruins of Tintern Abbey further downstream; Offa’s Dyke Path and the Border castles or, to the East, the lovely old cities of Gloucester and Worcester, perhaps taking in a little of the Cotswolds beyond. Almost on the doorstep is the attractive Georgian village of Newnham-on-Severn which provides local shopping.
Light and extremely spacious, Dean Hall Apartment has been refurbished to an exceptionally high standard and provides a bright and relaxing base for a holiday in this unspoilt and interesting part of Gloucestershire.
Entrance from courtyard at rear of main house to small lobby. Steep stairs with handrail to long landing. Very large, tastefully furnished, south facing sitting room . Fitted kitchen with dining table for four. Two bedrooms: one large double with spacious en suite shower room (Matki shower), bidet and wc and one with zip & link beds offering a choice of 6ft double or twin beds. En suite wc/basin. Large bathroom with shower attachment to the bath and underfloor heating. Separate wc. NB. some low doorways.
Outside: attractive, cobbled courtyard. Garden table and barbecue for guests' sole use in the garden. Shared use of owners’ extensive grounds with its magnificent 500 year-old chestnut trees, lawn tennis court and croquet lawn. Visitors are encouraged to pick soft fruit and vegetables in season!
Thanks so much for a fabulous 10 days in this amazing house full of history! We loved touring this beautiful part of England. It was wonderful to meet Pauline and James who were so hospitable, warm and helpful. The freshly baked scones and local wine made us feel very welcome. It truly feels like "home away from home"./p>Shelley Gordon and Gordon Swan, September 2015
What a wonderful place to relax - so much character and history
We have just had a fabulous week at Dean Hall in Littledean. It was lovely to share in the history of this fantastic place. The accommodation was great - such spacious rooms - and the welcome from the hosts second to none. Homemade scones and a bottle of local wine to welcome us, then there was the huge garden for our use, with a lawn tennis court and BBQ. A real home from home with everything you need to properly cook if you want to - with the added bonus of fruit and vegetable to pick and use all week. We had to force ourselves to go out and visit the area as we could happily have spent the whole week at Dean Hall!Guest's review on TripAdvisor, August 17 2015. 5 of 5 stars.
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Holiday with History
Dean Hall is one of the most interesting places we have stayed in, full of charm & character. Pauline & James, who own the property made us so welcome, inviting us to make full use of the lovely 4 acre garden & tennis court. The accommodation was really first class, very clean, everything you needed for a self catering holiday with all the comforts of home. There is so much history attached to this lovely building it was so interesting to have a snapshot of times gone by.
We would highly recommend the bike hire in the Forest of Dean, also the canoeing down the river Wye is a fun experience. If you are a lover of historic castles there are plenty to choose from.Guest's review on TripAdvisor, August 10 2015. 5 of 5 stars.
We absolutely fell in love with this wonderful house and its beautiful gardens. Perfect location for walks and cycling in the forest. Thank you so much for the welcome gifts of wine, cheese and scones. It was a lovely surpriseThe Gautier family, August 2015
What a piece of history! Thank you for sharing it with us. We love the house and the grounds. We were very happy to stay there some days. Drinking white wine in the Lollipop at lunchtime and BBQ in the evening - a real holiday. We enjoyed the tennis very much too, and picking fruit & veg. from the garden - my dream. Great recommendations for eating out - The Red Hart at Blaisdon, Saracens Head, Symonds Yat and great curry at Odisha. Thank you Pauline and James for such wonderful hospitalityMrs Barker, August 2015
I just wanted to say what a lovely time we had at Dean Hall Apartment between 1st - 8th August 2015. Pauline and James were the perfect hosts and nothing was too much trouble for them. The apartment was very comfortable and so clean; we were really happy.Mr & Mrs Everett, August 2015
Very spcious and comfortable apartment. A great base for exploring the forest and also the Wye Valley. We can recommend Monmouth and Bistro Prego for food, Ross-on-Wye and Wilton court, Gloucester Cathedral and Docks and of course, the amazing Symonds Yat for unrivaled views. So much to see and do - we shall have to come back! Thank you.Mr and Mrs Street, June 2015
Thank you for such a wonderful welcome! Thoroughly enjoyed the fabulous apartment and grounds. This place has such character! Magnificent trees, seen the bats and met David who has been "bat counting" for years. Lots of walking, Symonds Yat, Soundley Ponds. All in all a wonderful time. Thank you for your hospitality, Pauline and James. (p.s. wine, cheese and scones also fabulous!)The Owen family, June 2015
Thank you Pauline and James for your warm hospitality. We particularly appreciated your welcome with cheese, olives and chocolate! We hope to return, especially to explore the gardens and the forest tracks. We arrived for a secluded rest and relaxation and this we achieved at Dean Hall - a place of quality. Thank you.Mr and Mrs Rae, May 2015
An amazing, comfortable apartment that the four of us have so enjoyed staying in. The weather has been superb and allowed us to explore and appreciate this area, also cider in the garden of the Black Pig, Newnham, not to mention lunches by The Wye. Thank you James and Pauline.Mr & Mrs Peachey, April 2015
Our second visit to this beautiful apartment - very comfortable and a relaxing get away for us. Thank you.Mrs Henning, December 2013
Thank you for a wonderful week. Excellent property with loads of space, very comfortable. Thank you for all the extra surprises from the garden.Mr & Mrs Hartley, August 2013
Just a short break, but what a wonderful experience to stay as part of one of the oldest buildings, a lovely base for visiting all attractions around, enjoyed The Little Dean trail! didn't expect it to be so interesting, had a lovely last meal in The White Hart in Newnham..Mr & Mrs Buck, May 2013
Dean Hall is exactly the right place to be for visiting historic houses and trips to The Forest of Dean. We really appreciated to stay in one of the oldest houses in England. I loved the outstanding sight directly from my bed to the old chestnut trees...Krefeld family, April 2013
We have had a marvellous holiday here at Little Dean. What you have to offer here is quite unique: breathtaking gardens, very comfortable and attractive facilities and the beautiful Forest of Dean.Waring family, August 2012
What a wonderful place to stay!...We enjoyed the rooms, the amenities, the views throughout the windows and from the garden places, the quietness - and owls - at night... and last but not least, it's a very good place to start day-trips! We enjoyed cycling and rambling in The Forest of Dean and The Feast of St Mary's in Gloucester Catheral.Schwartz family, July 2012