Coleford, Forest of Dean & Wye Valley Cottages
Extremely popular with guests, who frequently return, Little Millend is a detached, stone cottage set in a quiet country lane on the western fringes of The Forest of Dean. Built on a sloping site, the interior is unusual as the accommodation is arranged over three levels with the bedroom and bathroom areas above but this offers guests plenty of flexibility. Fantastic for a family holiday!
Inside, you'll find a superb open plan living area with lovely, high, beamed ceilings to give that feeling of space. It's a great place for families and friends to sit, socialise and cook together. Care has been taken in making sure the bedrooms are a comfortable place to retreat to at the end of the day. Please note that there is an extra bed for a child, but that the maximum number of adults is 6.
A real attraction outside is the fabulous decked area with a hot tub for six. After a busy day out there is no better place to unwind!
Entrance hallway with Cloakroom/WC.
Large, open plan, Living Room with large, L-shaped sofa, TV (Freesat), DVD player and open fireplace containing a wood burning stove.
Dining Area with rectangular dining table and chairs.
Fitted Kitchen Area with oven, dishwasher, washer/dryer, microwave and French doors onto a decking area.
Bedroom One with double bed, extra single bed and wardrobe.
Lower Ground Floor (via stairs)
Bedroom Two with double bed (4ft 6), chest of drawers and French doors onto a terrace.
Bedroom Three with bunk beds (double on the bottom and single above).
Family Bathroom/WC with hand-held shower attachment to bath.
Large garden on different levels with deck area, a paved terrace with hot tub and a lawned area, which slopes down to a stream bordered by a post and rail fence. Charcoal barbecue.
Children welcome. Travel cot and highchair provided. No smokers. One well behaved pet strictly by arrangement.
£100 refundable deposit payable on booking. WiFi broadband. Discount of 25% for 4 guests or fewer booking within 30 days of arrival, excluding stays during school holidays.
The location offers many varied attractions in the area. Footpaths and bridleways are all around and a wide range of outdoor activities are available locally such as cycleways through the Forest of Dean, fishing and canoeing on the River Wye at Monmouth and Symonds Yat, both about 20 minutes' drive,and for steam enthusiasts, the famous Forest of Dean Steam Railway.
For a family day out Puzzle Wood and the Sculpture Trail is just two miles away and there are numerous historic sites such as Chepstow Castle and Tintern Abbey within easy driving distance.
For a day's exploring the cathedral cities of Hereford and Gloucester, as well as the Cotswolds beyond, are well within reach. Alternatively travel west and you can cross into Wales and explore the Brecon Beacons.
Coleford itself is just over a mile away with a delightful market square and a good range of shops, pubs and restaurants.
"The cottage was so comfy, cosy and extremely well equipped with everything we needed for a great holiday."Johnstone 2018-01-02
"I had such a wonderful time at "Little Millend"; the woodland walks were lovely and the 'Go Ape' was so much fun. I really don't want to leave!"Miss L Simpson
"Wonderful comfy cottage, roomy and clean and perfect for two families. The added luxuries of the hot tub and log burner were a bonus after a day exploring. The location is fantastic, just outside Coleford (shops) and within walking distance of Clearwell (lots of lovely pubs, and the old iron mines) and Puzzle Wood, another beautiful attraction, as well as a short drive from Cannop Ponds and the visitor centre. Highly recommended."Guest's review on TripAdvisor 2017-05-03