Cottages in Lydney

Forest of Dean Cottages
Yorkley
Lydney
Gloucestershire

GL15 4TY | View map

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Surrounded by landscaped gardens and grounds leading directly into the Royal Forest of Dean an ancient woodland and area of outstanding natural beauty these four cottages enjoy the perfect setting for a relaxing break, whatever the season. Spacious, comfortable and cosily heated, they share an attractive courtyard setting with a number of other properties. As well as being a haven for wildlife and home to the Cannop Valley and Nags Head RSPB reserves, the Forest of Dean is crisscrossed by nature trails and cycleways superb for walking and mountain biking. And this glorious forest area offers so much for visitors of every age to do. Outdoor pursuits can be enjoyed at one of the many activity centres, there is a famous sculpture trail to follow and craft centres to explore, and both the fascinating Clearwell Caves and Forest Steam Railway Centre are close by, whilst Gloucester, the Malvern Hills, the beautiful Wye Valley and the Cotswolds are all a short drive. Golf, riding and fishing are found locally and the delightful little town of Lydney, with its good shops and leisure centre, is just 3 miles. Village pub and shop mile.

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