Reviewed 6 Feb 2013

We found The Old Chapel in a peaceful location very close to forest walks. As soon as we walked in, we felt at "Home" and with the log burner on within 15 minutes and a glass of wine in hand… More

“The Perfect romantic get away”

Reviewed 9 Sep 2012

After a horrid start, our morris minor broke down, we finally arrived a day late, (Thank goodness for the sat nav) but the Chapel was more than enough to remove all the stress and worry instantly. A … More

“Loved it and can't wait to return.”

Reviewed 26 Jul 2012

The converted Chapel is beautifully transformed into a wonderful home in a delightful setting and the owners have thought of simply everything you could possibly wish for and need. We returned home last Saturday having enjoyed our best ever week in the Forest which is a huge compliment as we have been going every year for about 22 years. We came this time with our daughter and her fiance and walked and cycled around 70 plus miles all from the Chapel, the weather although slightly inclement did not dampen our stay and in fact gave us the excuse to light the fabulous log burner and light a few candles whilst enjoying evenings in after cooking with a good bottle of wine snuggled up on the three lovely squiggy sofas reading or watching films on the big flat screen TV, so cosy and homely, neighbours were very friendly and all in all I can say I would move there tomorrow. I hope Doreen continues to let the Chapel as this has now become our firm favourite.

“A lovely cottage with every need catered for”

Reviewed 7 Nov 2011

A lot of the time, when you stay somewhere, you wonder if the owner has ever actually spent any time there. Here you could really tell that they do use this place. As ever, travelling with a young chi… More

“A place to rest, recharge and relax”

Reviewed 2 Oct 2011

I was expecting something a bit unusual (how does one convert a Chapel into a dwelling...) and I wasn't disappointed, the Old Chapel has lots of charm and quirkiness and at the same time it is very modern, and clean. Lots of attention to details, I particularly liked an enormous folder full of useful information, second best must be the cast iron open stove to curl up in front and third to sleep on the mezzanine floor. We wish we'd gone later in autumn, the forest must be awesome when the leaves change colours but all the same it is a magical place. If I had to suggest one thing to do I would say an half day trip to Symonds Yat Rock + one of the walks along the river Wye, unforgettable very dramatic scenery. Thank you guys for a perfect long weekend

“A wonderful place to stay”

Reviewed 25 May 2011

A magical place to escape to and take some time out. Tastefully decorated with all the comforts of home. Open log fire, comfy couches. And the Forest of Dean on the Doorstep. It's my 3rd visit...… More

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