Pew Corner At The Chapel

Cinderford, Cinderford , Gloucestershire, Country town

Check-in Time: 16:00
Check-out Time: 10:00

Outside Description

Dedicated off-road parking. The rear of Chapel Court has a sitting terrace for BBQ sitting etc..

Downstairs Description

Pew Corner makes the most of the height and simple beauty of chapel architecture. It combines elegance and sophistication with unashamed 21-st century comforts.

This grand yet restful, two-bedroom, two-bathroom apartment radiates peace. The decor is tasteful, the colours, calming; the soft furnishings, inviting. A ground-floor entrance rises to a spacious and well-equipped first-floor kitchen/diner.

First Floor Description

The first floor has a spacious open plan kitchen and dining area. The dining seats 6. This fabulous well fitted gourmet kitchen has dishwasher, full size freezer and larder fridge.

On this floor is a second bedroom with double bed and bathroom with bath and shower over. This layout provides a great level of privacy for two couples. This bedroom is sufficiently large for a second full size single bed to be added should this room be used for children.

Second Floor Description

On the second floor is an airy galleried living area overlooking the double-height kitchen below. With the majestic tall Chapel windows. Wonderful.

Other Notes

Fantastic base to explore The Forest of Dean and Cotswolds.

Child Friendly
Tots Travel Bag: Moses Basket, Baby Monitor, Changing mat, Steriliser, Nappy Bags and Baby Wipes,
Group Getaways: Whatever kind of party or reception you would like to host: think lanterns, bunting, straw bales or something more traditional and formal: gold chairs and swags, silver and crystal. It's completely up to y
Enclosed Garden/Patio
Romantic Hideaway: The idea of a romantic gourmet picnic without making it or carrying it ! With Wye Valley Picnics you can 'discover' this feast during a beautiful walk in the Wye Valley.
Tourist Attractions:
  • Dean Herritage Center: Pigs, Ferret Walking, Victorian cottage, charcoal burner's camp; adventure playground; chainsaw carving demonstrations; farm animals, Room on the Broom forest trail. Visit website
  • Dick Withington Farm Park: Meet friendly animals and help at feeding time – all farm animals, chickens, pheasants, Shetland pones, deer. Tractor Rides too. Giant sandpit. Indoor soft play, slides great and small. Aquarium. Visit website
  • Dean Forest Railway: Experience the relaxing pace of a typical country branch line. With 5 stations along the way you'll have time to explore the local area, taking in woodland walks and country pubs or venturing down to the Severn estuary to explore Lydney Harbour with its fantastic views across the Severn. Visit website
  • Clearwell Caves: Clearwell Caves date back over 4,000 years, with nine fascinating caverns connected by a network of underground passageways - you can even venture 200ft underground as part of a 'Deep Level' visit! Visit website
Eating and Drinking:
  • Cock Inn At Blakeney: The Cock Inn is a distinctive and much loved part of the local community that extends a warm welcome to locals and visitors alike. We offer great food, drink and warm hospitality in a lovely area with a large beer garden to enjoy the scenery in the su Visit website
  • White Hart Inn Pub: Good food and Beer Visit website
  • The Woodlands Free House. : We don't serve fast food, we serve Great Home cooked meals - as fast as we can. We pride ourself on the friendliness and efficancy of our staff and go out of our way to ensure you enjoy your experiance. Visit website
Food Stores:
  • The Co-operative Food: In Cinderford Visit website
  • Tesco Extra: In Quedgeley, Gloucester or you can order your grocery shopping and get it delivered to the Barn for when you arrive. Visit website
Sporting Attractions and Activities:
  • Beechenhurst : Walk the Sculpture Trail, Follow Gruffalo Trail, Wooden Play area for toddlers and new Zip-Wire, cafe, adventure climbing tower Visit website
  • Cycle Adventure : The saddle of a bike is an ideal place from which to explore the historic landscape of this area. Cannop Cycle Centre is the starting point for a range of trails for novices to experienced riders, taking you on a journey deep into the forest. Visit website
  • Take To The Treetops At Go-Ape: There's more than 20-million trees in the Forest of Dean and it's home to Go Ape tree top adventure. Overcome fears or fuel an appetite for adventure across walkways, climbing nets and zip wires. Visit website