Holiday Cottages In Gwehelog Fawr To Rent
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Susan - verified booking
"This is a lovely cottage set in beautiful grounds. It's clear that a lot of thought has gone into the design of the rooms. We stay in a lot of holiday cottages and often get annoyed by basic things like a lack of hooks to hang coats but no such problem here. The standard of kitchen appliances and equipment is very high. Generous welcome pack on arrival. Despite it being a one-bedroom cottage the rooms were spacious - the upstairs bedroom is huge with a walk-in wardrobe. We were staying in late October and the house was warm and cosy.The owners are friendly and helpful. The excellent village pub (The Farmer's Boy) is just a 10 minute walk away along a pavement. Very dark at night-time but fine if you come prepared with a good torch. The only negatives for us were the wi-fi, which is only really fast enough for basic internet access/mail etc and the dangerous pull-out from the property's driveway onto the main A40 which would benefit from a mirror."
David - verified booking
"We really enjoyed our short break at S16316. The cottage is very well equipped with everything you will need and full of character.Arlingham is a very quiet village with the nearest local amenities in Frampton-on-Severn a few miles away. The Red Lion is a short walk up the lane and is community owned freehouse pub with a friendly welcome, excellent beer & wine and great food. Well worth a visit, we ate there three times!We found plenty to do in the area with easy walks along the banks of the Severn and the nearby canal network.There are plenty of Cotswold villages nearby if you want to venture further afield, we did.The friendly owners live on-site and apart from a brief introduction we didn't see them although we knew they were nearby if we needed help. Perfect hosts.We have no hesitation in recommending S16316, you won't be disappointed."
Andrew - verified booking
"S16316 is set in a small hamlet surrounded by working farms. It feels beautifully cut-off yet Gloucester is within easy reach and some of the lovely Cotswolds villages also. There's a decent nearby pub and various others in the vicinity, but of varying quality.Walking is easy with 4 well marked trails around Arlingham and loads of opportunities further afield.The cottage itself is functional, clean and with all the requisite facilities. The downstairs, where the bedroom and shower are located, is a little dark and upstairs is lighter. We felt we really needed to get out to eat, rather than eat in, although if the weather had been warmer in the evening, we may have eaten outside.Overall, it is a good choice for complete unplugging and a simple break, immersed in nature."
Confirmed Guest - verified booking
"The standard of the property was the best we have ever experienced - a gorgeous, well presented cottage. It was well appointed and spotlessly clean and you had everything you needed [which is rare in our experience] such as washing up liquid, brushes and cloths, tea, coffee and milk on arrival to a well a stocked wood pile for the wood burner. But the wow factor had to be the welcome hamper. Never seen anything like it - luxury cereal, biscuits, cake, wine, apple juice, bread, local cheeses and biscuits, preserves, ground coffee and a huge bowl of fresh fruit."
GUY - verified booking
"Superb place for a quiet escape - we went to get a book written, and got a lot done. No mobile coverage, good wifi, nice comfortable space, very friendly but unobtrusive landlord in Keith, and some great walks around the peninsula when we needed a break - the views along the Severn are fantastic.Two warnings - check what evenings the Red Lion is actually serving food if you're planning to eat there (although the beer was excellent!), and the village shop basically sells nothing but milk - so take absolutely everything you need with you, or be prepared to drive."