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View towards the property and your own babbling brook
View towards the property
A warm welcome to all that come and stay
This beautiful bothy is simply charming
Light the wood burner on a chilly evening
A traditional kitchen just perfect for a simple supper for two
Open-plan living
View of the property and the beautiful brook
Wake up to coffee and croissants
Wake up to bird song and stunning views
Enjoy a lazy moment on the day bed
The mezzanine bedroom
The en-suite shower tucked into the eaves
Bright colours throughout
Don't forget your four legged friend is also welcome
Enjoy your own private brook
Plenty of spots to enjoy the sun
A peaceful private courtyard
1 / 18  View towards the property and your own babbling brook
2 / 18  View towards the property
3 / 18  A warm welcome to all that come and stay
4 / 18  This beautiful bothy is simply charming
5 / 18  Light the wood burner on a chilly evening
6 / 18  A traditional kitchen just perfect for a simple supper for two
7 / 18  Open-plan living
8 / 18  View of the property and the beautiful brook
9 / 18  Wake up to coffee and croissants
10 / 18  Wake up to bird song and stunning views
11 / 18  Enjoy a lazy moment on the day bed
12 / 18  The mezzanine bedroom
13 / 18  The en-suite shower tucked into the eaves
14 / 18  Bright colours throughout
15 / 18  Don't forget your four legged friend is also welcome
16 / 18  Enjoy your own private brook
17 / 18  Plenty of spots to enjoy the sun
18 / 18  A peaceful private courtyard

Stank Farm - Hawthorn Cottage,

Clearwell, Wye Valley

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people Sleeps 2
hotel Bedrooms 1
Bathrooms 1
Change Fri
pets Dogs welcome 1
Complex of properties
Enclosed garden / patio
Open fire / woodburner
Internet access
Working farm
Pub nearby
Fishing onsite / nearby
Romantic
Quirky
Rustic
Honeymoon Hideaways
Towels included
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The small village of Clearwell is peacefully tucked into the valley, though small the village has a bustling community and is well served offering three village inns and restaurants. Surrounded by countryside with well waymarked paths that will guide you through some breath taking scenery no matter what the time of year. Both the Forest of Dean and Wye valley are steeped in history with many medieval and market towns to explore, Ross on Wye, Monmouth, Tintern and Hay on Wye. And for a little more adventure outdoors there is canoeing and rock climbing at Symonds Yat, Mountain biking for all abilities throughout the Forest of Dean and for serious walking the Black Mountains just across the border.

Cross over the mill stream to the front door of this Grade II listed cottage, the small porch is just great to leave those muddy boots behind. Step on into the lounge/kitchen/diner simply brimming with character which has been cleverly mixed with its own eclectic style, the simple touches and vibrant colours will take your breath away. The lounge area is welcoming with comfy sofas that are complemented with cushions and throws, and the wood burner is perfect for a chilly autumn evening. The bespoke kitchen is well-equipped with electric oven and hob, microwave and fridge. And for a simple supper there is a table for two within the open-plan area. A useful utility area with a washing machine is situated just off the kitchen.  When the day is done climb the stairs to the mezzanine bedroom within the eaves, this simple and spacious room is light and airy with a double bed and a further day bed well placed close to the open bannister overlooking the lounge just perfect to escape and enjoy a chapter of a good book, there is an en-suite shower room with WC.

Enjoy a breakfast within the small private gravelled courtyard, there is bicycle storage and parking for 2 cars.

Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.

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WALKING & CYCLING: The position of this humble little abode makes it ideal for outdoor sports of all types; nuzzled between the Wye Valley and Forest of Dean, and just across the Welsh border and the Brecon Beacons, you’ll be surrounded by a plethora of walking and cycling options in some areas of true striking beauty. With so much for adrenaline junkies too, including canoeing, rock climbing and mountain biking, you’re guaranteed a fantastic active holiday when staying here.

CASTLES & CULTURE: There are an abundance of castles all within a short drive of the cottage, providing you with plenty of opportunities to indulge in a little cultural wonderment. Ranging in age, grandeur and state, you can travel to discover the castles of Goodrich, Raglan and Abergavenny from your holiday home, or head to Tintern Abbey to see a truly special monastic ruin. Gloucester Cathedral is also just a short journey east, with lots of history to uncover.

TOUR THE TOWNS: With so many idyllic little villages to explore both in England and across the border in Wales, you’ll want to see every single one during your stay! Clearwell itself boasts a small yet mighty spirit, so you’ll feel right at home spending your holiday on its fringes. Gloucester has an abundance of facilities to discover, with everything from shops and restaurants to its magnificent cathedral and plethora of leisure amenities. Across the border in Wales, Monmouth is a classic Welsh town with plenty of history to offer, whilst the lively Newport is also easily accessible.

FINE FAYRE: Within Clearwell itself there are two spectacular eateries to suit separate tastes and budgets. The Tudor Farmhouse Restaurant was once described by Tatler magazine as a ‘culinary oasis’ and it certainly deserves the title, with their ’20 Mile Menus’ all locally sourced providing the ultimate dining experience that is perfectly executed every time. Elsewhere, the Butchers Arms serves many a traditional pub meal with Sunday lunch, set menus, dinners for kids and hearty grills all waiting to be taste-tested by you!

  • 1 Double bed
  • 1 Shower room
  • Electric oven and hob, microwave and fridge with ice compartment
  • Utility area with washing machine
  • Wood burner (first basket of logs included)
  • Electric heating included
  • Ample off-road parking
  • Wi-Fi included
  • 1 dog welcome
  • Shop 2 miles and pubs within walking distance
  • TV/DVD in lounge
  • Regret no children, babes in arms welcome

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View towards the property and your own babbling brook
View towards the property
A warm welcome to all that come and stay
This beautiful bothy is simply charming
Light the wood burner on a chilly evening
A traditional kitchen just perfect for a simple supper for two
Open-plan living
View of the property and the beautiful brook
Wake up to coffee and croissants
Wake up to bird song and stunning views
Enjoy a lazy moment on the day bed
Show 6 moreThe mezzanine bedroom

WHAT OUR GUESTS SAY

Fiona, 30th August 2019

We thoroughly enjoyed our holiday in this cottage. As mentioned in previous reviews, it is a bit dark downstairs if the sun isn't shining, but lovely and bright upstairs. Great base for visiting Symonds Yat and other areas around the Wye valley and in walking distance of 2/3 good pubs restaurants. Lovely and quiet too, just with the sound of the stRead moreream running alongside the property. There is small park very close by, so great for getting the dog out to first thing in the morning! Hide

Hazel, 23rd August 2019

The cottage is very comfortable and cosy and very well situated to get to all parts of the Forest of Dean. We had good weather and It was a joy to sit out in the enclosed garden beside the stream. The owners are very friendly and were very helpful when we had an invasion of flying ants due to the hot weather.

Helen, 13th May 2019

Pleasant and comfortable cottage. Interior is a little dark - not too bad if the weather is good but could be gloomy if the weather is inclement. Small, pleasant seating area outside by the brook. Shower is cosy and not for the very tall - but has got a seat. Several good places to eat nearby - a couple within walking distance. Nearest shops are inRead more Coleford, about 2 miles away. Hide

Tracey, 18th March 2019

Very peaceful beautiful cottage will go again.

Ian, 11th March 2019

Querky but careflly thought out cottage ideal for similar people

Kate, 28th December 2018

The cottage was really cosy and perfect for our needs. Taller people may have difficulty with the shower which is a bit cramped and the bed which has a solid base on the end. The cottage has all of the necessary amenities. The location was fantastic! Very peaceful and quiet village. Clearwell Caves are definitely worth a visit.

Sarah, 3rd November 2018

A very lovely cottage. A very quiet get away. A nice chilled out week was very needed .

Odele, 26th October 2018

The location is wonderful, set in a beautiful village with so many walks right on the door step. A great base for exploring the Forest of Dean and the Wye Valley. The cottage is cosy when the log fire is lit and the kitchen is well equipped. Dog friendly cottage, which we paid extra for, but the information pack on arrival says that they must stay Read morein the porch. Hide

Rosemary, 16th September 2018

A pleasant little cottage, not a lot of space upstairs

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WHERE TO FIND IT

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