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The Granary at Hopebrook Farm. NEW fr 13 Mar 2016

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1 bedroom
1 bathroom
2 guests
3 nights minimum
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NEW PROPRTY RENOVATION. READY FROM 13 MARCH 2016 - NO INTERNAL PHOTOS YET. COMING SOON THOUGH. Hopebrook Farm was built in 1745 and was an operational farm until the 1980s. It now comprises the original Farmhouse along with the Granary and Barn, both of which were converted in the 1980s and have been upgraded to provide first class accommodation. Built of local stone and sympathetically restored - the properties are set in four acres of private grounds and have direct access to public footpath walks. The Granary accommodates two people in spacious open plan luxury, flag stone floors, rugs and a log fire on the ground floor with a large King double upstairs with fabulous Italianate tiled en-suite bathroom. Living in the farmhouse next door we’re on site too and can help with any ques...NEW PROPRTY RENOVATION. READY FROM 13 MARCH 2016 - NO INTERNAL PHOTOS YET. COMING SOON THOUGH. Hopebrook Farm was built in 1745 and was an operational farm until the 1980s. It now comprises the original Farmhouse along with the Granary and Barn, both of which were converted in the 1980s and have been upgraded to provide first class accommodation. Built of local stone and sympathetically restored - the properties are set in four acres of private grounds and have direct access to public footpath walks. The Granary accommodates two people in spacious open plan luxury, flag stone floors, rugs and a log fire on the ground floor with a large King double upstairs with fabulous Italianate tiled en-suite bathroom. Living in the farmhouse next door we’re on site too and can help with any questions you may have. Note this is a No Pets & No Smoking property. Please don´t try to ´sneak´ any pets in. A natural stream runs all year round through the grounds and there's plenty of space and areas to both sit and eat outdoors. On our land we also have an old railway tunnel through the hill that’s right behind us. It’s just under a half mile long and guests are welcome to explore and walk through it, wellies and torch recommended and care needed! We've plenty of car parking and can provide secure storage for any bikes or equipment that are too large to take inside. The property is accessed down a track - it´s perfectly driveable - but not ideal for low slung sports cars. Absolutely fine for all other vehicles. Leave the Ferrari at home this trip :) Outside there’s plenty of space to enjoy the garden with secluded areas to relax in the sun. Go and say hello to our two Shetland ponies – they’ll come charging over to you expecting a carrot or an apple. We’re close to the Forest of Dean with easy access to Gloucester, Cheltenham, Ross on Wye and Hereford and there’s lots to see and do in the area. There are some great country pubs and eateries close by and a bakery, local shop and post office down in the village. More
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James P
Languages spoken:English
Response Time:Within a few hours
Listed Since:January 2016
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Reviewed 24 February 2019

Stayed in 'The Barn' at Hopebrook Farm which was immaculately clean - the cleanest rental property we've ever stayed in and a credit to the helpful owners. Two of our party have a feather allergy and Julie went out of her way to ensure we...More

Date of stay: February 2019
Thank Lizally47
Reviewed 16 July 2018

Excellent property, well equipped and located for visiting local area, or just relax in the fabulous and well cared for gardens. The owners were very pleasant on arrival and attended to a small query promptly and were very helpful. Will definitely revisit if heading to...More

Date of stay: July 2018
Thank 1874Scott
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Reviewed 10 November 2016

The Granary is a lovely place to stay. Within a stone building, the interior is contemporary with excellent facilities. It enabled us to have a relaxing holiday, with lots of options for walking and visiting. Towns such as Ross on Wye, Gloucester and Hay on...More

Date of stay: September 2016
1  Thank LizYBirmingham
Julie P, VR Owner at The Granary at Hopebrook Farm. NEW fr 13 Mar 2016, responded to this reviewResponded 12 November 2016

So pleased you enjoyed your stay. We hope to welcome you back in the future.

Reviewed 5 November 2016 via mobile

Spent a wonderful week here with my girlfriend to explore the Forest of Dean in Autumn. Warmly greeted by Julie as we arrived to show us around the Granary and the surrounding grounds they owned. We loved the small horses in the field next to...More

Date of stay: November 2016
Thank Alexsaysnomnom
Julie P, VR Owner at The Granary at Hopebrook Farm. NEW fr 13 Mar 2016, responded to this reviewResponded 8 November 2016

So pleased you both enjoyed your stay. Hope to see you again. Julie 😃

Reviewed 29 August 2016

Title says it all - and we didn't want to leave. We stayed in The Barn as a party of 6 (4 adults, 2 children), surrounded by paddocks and greenery - and of course the two resident Shetland ponies, Rupert and Ditty. Very peaceful location,...More

Date of stay: August 2016
Thank pennyjenkins
Julie P, VR Owner at The Granary at Hopebrook Farm. NEW fr 13 Mar 2016, responded to this reviewResponded 8 November 2016

So pleased you all enjoyed your stay. Hope to see you all again. Julie 😃

Amenities
Pets Allowed: No
Smoking Allowed: No
Kid Friendly: Ask
DVD Player
Cooker
Grill
Fishing Nearby
Long Term Rentals (Over 1 Month)
Washer
Dryer
Dishwasher
Towels Provided
Private Garden
There Is A Golf Course Within 30 Mins Drive
Cycling Trips
Iron
Stereo System
TV
Corporate Bookings
Microwave
Rural/Countryside Retreats
Mountain Views
City Getaway
Linens Provided
There Are Tennis Courts Nearby
Secure Parking
Horse Riding Nearby
Wi-Fi
Internet Access
Patio
Fireplace
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About the neighbourhood
Places to visit. Forest of Dean: Starting just the other side of Mitcheldean the area known locally as the ‘Forest’ and the Wye valley has a wealth of walking, cycling and other activities. There are many trails to follow and lots of areas with free car parking and refreshments. The website www.wyedeantourism.co.uk has all the information you’ll need. Cotswolds: Within an hour’s drive and with some great walks scenery and pubs the Cotswold is pretty much on your door step. So much to see and do and the best website for planning is: www.visitcotswolds.co.uk. A personal recommendation would be the Hollow Bottom pub in Guiting Power and afternoon tea in Bourton on the Water. Gloucester: The Cathedral originally dating from 678 is well worth a visit with the fine central tower dat...
How to get there
From Gloucester follow A40 Ross on Wye. Continue for about 9 miles - always staying on the A40. Do not take any left turns for Longhope. STAY ON A40. After 9 miles approx. You´ll come into and pass a sign for Box Bush. Continue on A40 passing the Nags Head and Farmers Boy pubs. a few hundred yards past the Farmers Boy you´ll pass on right the entrance to a business called Arvid. Continue round the bend and look out for detached red brick house on the right (first property after Arvid). Turn right down farm track immediately after this house marked with a Public Footpath sign too. Continue to bottom of track and bear righ through wooden gates - you´ve reached your destination. Note the Post code GL17 0LP will get you to the Farmers Boy pub.
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