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House / 3 bedrooms / sleeps 6 Home 247373
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House / 3 bedrooms / sleeps 6
Ellis Lodge has 3 en-suite bedrooms,Sky TV with Movies and Sports and WiFi internet access, the Lodge has underfloor heating to all rooms, common areas and en-suite facilities have travertine stone floors, with the bedrooms having oak flooring. The underfloor heating is powered by an eco friendly heat pump, there is a high efficiency wood-burning stove in the lounge.
Ellis Lodge has 3 en-suite bedrooms with king size beds and 400 thread Egyptian cotton bed linen. Bedroom furniture is solid oak, bedroom have DAB radio with iPhone/iPod docking station. Bedside tables have USB charging point for those other gadgets.
Bedroom 1 on the ground floor has en-suite with a bath with shower over.
Bedroom 2 and 3 are on the first floor having en-suite with walk-in showers.
The Lounge has a wood burning stove, a large low energy Led smart internet connected TV, Sky with sports and movies packages. From the lounge is accessed an enclosed sun trap of a seating area/garden.
There is a large Dining Kitchen, kitchen units are Oak framed with blocked Oak work surfaces.
Major appliances in the kitchen include an American style fridge freezer, dishwasher, washer dryer, double oven range style cooker, 2 microwave ovens, toaster and Senseo coffee machine.
Within the dining area is an Oak table and seating for 6, a large low energy Led smart internet connected TV, Sky with sports and movies packages. Bi-Fold doors access directly to the decked BBQ area and garden.
Ellis Lodge has off road parking for upto 3 cars.
Within a few miles of Ellis Lodge are 3 golf courses, additionally to which Celtic Manor is only a 30min drive away.
Other activities include Caving with some outstanding natural caves just a mile or so away, diving, the National Dive Centre is just 30 minutes away, Canoeing with rapids at Symonds Yat and the phenomenal Severn Bore, as well as walking and mountain biking.
|Size||Sleeps up to 6, 3 bedrooms|
|Check in time:||16:00|
|Check out time:||11:00|
|Will consider||Corporate bookings|
|Access||Car not necessary|
|Nearest Amenities||500 m|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Bristol 60 km, Nearest railway: Lydney 15 km|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages|
|Notes||Some pets are welcome - please contact the owner, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|Luxuries||Log fire, Internet access|
|General||Central heating, TV, Satellite TV, Wi-Fi available|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer|
|Utilities||Clothes dryer, Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Rooms||3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms of which 3 En suites|
|Furniture||King Beds (3), Dining seats for 6, Lounge seats for 8|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided|
|Access||Parking, Suitable for people with restricted mobility, Wheelchair users|
|Further details indoors|
The refurbishment of the property had a major focus on energy efficiency with additional insulation being added to walls floors to ensue Ellis Lodge exceeded the requirements of current building regulations.
|Further details outdoors|
There is off road parking for 3 cars in addition to which there is space within a lockable garage for storage of cycles, canoes, motorcycles etc. There are two garden area's one with a large Deck with oak table and benches, the other being a sheltered sun trap of a garden with seating and low table, great for relaxing in the sun.
Pricing for Ellis Lodge is all inclusive of Bed Linen, Towels, heating, lighting, power and logs for the wood stove. Sky TV with Sports and movies in dining room and lounge and WIFI internet
The Gloucestershire region
The Forest of Dean is an area of outstanding natural beauty that is often overlooked by visitors to the Cotswold’s. It covers an area of around 24,000 acres and lies between the Severn Estuary and Wales, its varied landscape now attracting walkers, cyclists, nature lovers, artists or those just looking for a variety of places to visit within a peaceful rural landscape
With the natural environment, fascinating history and heritage, an array of atractions and activities you can feed your minds and tire your bodies, but will there be enough time to fit it all into one holiday?
Here's a taster of what's in store whether you're a first time visitor, or returning to rediscover its charms, you'll find the best in hospitality, local food and drink set in spectacular scenery. There's a wealth of wildlife and a fascinating heritage, which can all be accessed on foot, by cycling or taking a drive round in your car.
The Wye Valley and Forest of Dean has always been a secret corner, yet plenty happened here, creating a heritage quite unlike anywhere else in Britian.
10 Things to look out for: Sheep Badgers; Freeminers; Verderers; Scowles; The Court of Mine Law; Iron and Steel production; Standing Stones; Offa's Dyke; King Arthur's Cave; Tintern Abbey.
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1 Jun 2014
Wonderful fully equipped lodge,tea,coffee and milk all provided on arrival.The whole lodge was very clean and welcoming.Great location with easy access to attractions. A great place to stay in a great part of the country.
12 Jan 2014
"Superb, well furnished, clean & warm accommodation in a good location."
From the minute we booked our stay the owners were extremely helpful, even sent us guidebooks prior to our stay. The lodge has under floor heating, recently furnished with everything of high quality. Fantastic kitchen with huge fridge, oven & 2 microwaves. Top quality bed linen with all 3 room having en suite + a separate toilet downstairs. We visited over new year so weather not suitable for us to take advantage of the garden with it's decking etc. In a lovely location opposite a wood & not far from Symonds Yat. We were 3 mature couples all of us were impressed..Hope to return in the no too distant furutre!
6 Jun 2013
"Fantastic, comfortable and well equipped luxury in an ideal location"
We were really very happy with the high standard of the accommodation and only a few strides from the forest it was very handy for walks and was great to come back to relax in front of the roaring log fire. It was a fantastic 2 weeks and we are really looking forward to returning, hopefully very soon. The only down side was having to go home. :-)
17 Mar 2013
"By far the best place to stay in the Forest of Dean"
Myself and my partner booked Ellis lodge for 7 nights. We obviously didn't need 3 bedrooms but the price was absolutely brilliant and we thought why the hell not, luxury at its best. Every mod cons - under floor heating, automatic lights in the bathrooms, 2 microwaves, biggest comfiest sofa in the world, beautiful equipped kitchen, 2 big flat screen televisions in both the living room and kitchen/diner. As for the shower, you feel like a new woman after having one. We have stayed in 3 other places in the Forest of Dean over the last 3 years and can honestly say this is the BEST accommodation by far. We didn't want to leave and are planning on another visit later on in the year. The owners were VERY friendly and professional, and we had everything we needed and more during our stay. We could go on and on with the positives but feel it should be tried out for yourself to fully appreciate the experience.
12 Jan 2013
We had a lovely time at Ellis Lodge. It was very clean and had just about everything we could need. Jackie was extremely helpful. The bedrooms were very well appointed and the kitchen/diner was ideal. As we had small children it would have been nice to have had a couple of plastic plates/cups etc... but that it just a small point. The log burner made the living room very cosy. It's a short car ride from Coleford which has all the amenities you need. Monmouth has a lovely Waitrose and M&S simply food. From the house itself there a couple of nice walks to do. All in all it was a great base and we would recommend it to others. A great place to enjoy a Christmas holiday with family
Thank you for a Great Review, Our property manager Jacky is great, knows the area very well and is a mine of local information. We also love the walks to Symonds Yat and Yat Rock, a great walk to King Arthur's Cave, a walk we particularly like is what we call the 4 Rocks walk, the Long Stone, Harkening Rock, The Suck Stone and The Buck Stone. We also like to walk through the forest down to the river Wye and into Monmouth, after something to eat and drink, we some times take the option of a Bus back to Coleford. I will look to document these on the web site. As we say on the ellislodge.co.uk web site dinnerware mainly consists of Royal Worcester, Denby and Wedgwood. The redevelopment of Ellis Lodge was focused on providing outstanding facilities for couples (though families are more than welcome (we raised two fantastic children there :¬) )) with the 3 bedroom being doubles with En-Suite and King size beds, though as per your request for a decorated Christmas Tree we would have been happy to supply a few plastic items if you had requested, please feel free to do so when book again. As well as the high quality food chains, the Forest of Dean and area has a wealth of local high quality food producers, including Crooked End Farm for organic produce, the Severn and Wye Smokery, which is not only a great place for fish lovers, also has an amazing selection of locally produced products. If you like cider a must is a visit to the Westerns Cider house at Much Marcle, where as well as tasting some great real ciders, you can tour the cider making facility as well as have a high quality meal in their on site bistro.
9 Dec 2012
"Beautifully renovated house in a beautiful setting."
House provided everything we needed for a relaxing week away from London. Plenty of pubs and things to do in the area aswell! Will definitely be back.
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