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The House of Bread - Holiday Cottages

Self-Catering (& book ahead B&B) accommodation in 2 cosy cottages. Near beautiful forest walks/activities. Pottery classes & activities on-site. Couples, children, bikers, walkers & dogs welcome!

Self-Catering in or near Symonds Yat - 2 units each sleeping 4


Description

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Comfortable and flexible Self-Catering accommodation in 2 beautiful stone-built cottages The House of Bread, Christchurch, Forest of Dean. The perfect get-away near the peaceful Wye Valley but is close to adrenalin activities such as mountain biking or rock climbing and pottery activities on-site (visit www.hotpotpottery.co.uk for details).

The House of Bread is just a few miles from Symonds Yat Rock and Symonds Yat East and beautiful forest walks to the River Wye go practically from the front door.

We have a great village location with good local shops, pubs (serving food), a church and bus services providing easy access to activities such as biking, canoeing, rope courses, wine tasting or bird watching. Or for shopping, cinema & theatre visit Coleford, Chepstow, Monmouth and Ross-on-Wye all of which are in easy reach.

Our Cottages

Our cottages (Home Cottage and Old Bakery Cottage) are self-contained with their own entrances & key safes and all you need for your stay including high chairs, stairgates, ironing boards and irons, hairdryers, linen and towels, microwaves, dishwashers, electric overns and hobs, fridge freezers and gas central heating. They have wi-fi (not super brilliant but the best we can do!), well equipped kitchens, lounges and dining areas and family sized bathrooms with a bath with shower over. Each sleeps up to 4 (set up as 2 doubles or 1 double and 1 twin). We allow up to 2 dogs per cottage (for a small extra charge).

Old Bakery Cottage - has a lounge diner, downstairs loo, wood-burner and private garden area.

Home Cottage - has a separate cosy lounge and breakfast/dining room, TVs in the bedrooms, outside seating areas and is packed full of character.

Min. 3 night stay.

Change-overs is usually Friday/Monday (flexibility is possible).

There is private parking in our pretty courtyard/garden and a bike shed and access to a washing machine, tumble drier & BBQ.

Visit the website, call 01594 837943/07974 983908 or email [email protected] for more information/availability.

Booking Both Cottages

If you are a group of up to 8 booking both cottages Home Cottage has a large breakfast/dining room where everyone can eat together and courtyard garden/outside areas can be shared for al fresco dining/barbecues.

Get creative while you are here!

At The House of Bread we also run Hot Pot Pottery - so you can get creative on your stay with great pottery activities. Visit (www.hotpotpottery.co.uk) for more information. AND if you are a group staying with us then you get 10% discount on Pottery Trial Classes. (exc. delivery). Or if you are a group you could cobine accommdation and pottery with a Creative Break .


Opening Times

Open all year for accommodation. Advance booking essential.

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Features

  • Building of historical interest
  • Children welcome
  • Dishwasher
  • Dog Friendly
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Freezer
  • High chairs available
  • Ironing facilities
  • Linen provided
  • Microwave cooker
  • Off-Road Parking
  • Secure Bike Storage
  • Self-Catering
  • Sleeps 3 or 4
  • Sleeps 5 or 6
  • Sleeps 7 to 12
  • Television
  • Tumble Dryer
  • Washing machine

Location

Ross Road
Christchurch
Coleford
Gloucestershire
GL16 7NS

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The House of Bread is in the village of Christchurch just a few miles from Coleford towards Symonds Yat East, next to the village of Berry Hill.

For sat navs our postcode is GL16 7NS although the sat nav may say we are on the left in the village opposite the Church we are actually a little further on on the right! Just keep going and look for the signs.

From Bristol, South West and Southern England: take the M4 going west towards South Wales, take the M48 bound for Chepstow and go over the Old Severn Bridge (the M48). Once over the bridge, take the Chepstow turn and follow the signs for the A48 to Gloucester. Go through the traffic lights (Tesco on your right) and over the river. Follow the A48 for approximately 1/2 a mile and take the left turn sign posted Forest of Dean, Tutshill and Coleford (the B4228).

Follow this all the way to Coleford. Once in Coleford go straight on through the traffic lights (Town Square to your left) and then right following the signs for Berry Hill and Symonds Yat East. Straight over the A4136 Monmouth Road and this turns into Ross Road. Past the left turn to Forest Holidays Lodges/Bracelands Campste and another to Symonds Yat East, past Christchurch Church on your right and we are just a little further on to your right.

From South Wales: either head for Chepstow and follow the directions above or head up the A40 or A466 to Monmouth and take the A4136 up to the Forest of Dean (you can’t turn right off the A40 so you will need to go to the next roundabout and come back to go left over the River and up the hill following the A4136 towards Gloucester). Go through Staunton and through the traffic lights with the right turn to Coleford, come to the Pike House junction and turn left signposted Symonds Yat East and Ross-on-Wye. This turns into Ross Road. Past the left turn to Forest Holidays Lodges/Bracelands Campste and another to Symonds Yat East, past Christchurch Church on your right and we are just a little further on to your right.

From Mid and North Wales. Hereford etc: Head for Abergavenny or Ross-on-Wye and take the A40 to Monmouth as you near Monmouth take the A4136 left (if coming from Abergavenny you can’t turn right off the A40 so you will need to go to the next roundabout and come back on yourself to go left over the River and up the hill following the A4136 towards Gloucester) over the river towards Gloucester and follow the instructions above.

From Gloucester and the M5: follow the A40 towards Ross-on-Wye (great farm shop at Over) and then take a left (A4136 to Monmouth) at Huntley (Petrol Station and Forest Products on corner). Follow this through the lights at Cinderford, through Brierley until you come to Five Acres (car garage and traffic lights). Turn right and drive through Berry Hill village until you reach a main crossroad, turn right again and this is Christchurch village. Ignore the left turn to Symonds Yat East, go past Christchurch Church on your right and we are just a little further on to your right.

Parking is round the back of The House of Bread in a private courtyard. To get to this you need to take a right turn (just before The House of Bread if the house is on your right hand side ahead of you) down a lane called Coopers Road. Follow this for 100m or so and take a sharp left onto a gravel track round the end of our outbuilding and up into our courtyard.

  • Coleford
  • Symonds Yat
  • Village

Prices

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Associated Businesses


Hot Pot Pottery - Pottery Activity Centre

Cosy, country pottery offering pottery activities and classes, a warm welcome and add on group meals

Attraction in or near Symonds Yat