Clay Sun

Forest of Dean

A unique and freshly renovated period property with chic interiors & all mod cons, including WiFi, modern plumbing and electric installed, Claysun House is a gorgeous addition to the luxury Vacation Rental market within the area.

Enjoy breathtaking views across the Forest of Dean, while overlooking the River Lyd running gently past the end of the cottage garden. Watch trout swim by, spot kingfishers, the ducks and a plethora of wildlife, all from within a securely fenced garden.

The house is originally early Victorian stone and has been lovingly restored to new glory with a huge open plan south-facing ‘basement’ family kitchen/dining room and TV den and a large sunny conservatory, (as well as a utility room with washer/dryer and downstairs loo.)

The middle floor has a large sitting room with huge wall-mounted TV and snug drawing room with log-burner.

The garden is gated (so doggie visitors can feel safe), there is off road parking, as well as extra space on the road outside.

There is the fabulous and historic Miners Arms Pub within 2 mins walking distance, a fish and chip shop and Chinese takeaway within one minutes walk the other way!

The house is surrounded by The Forest of Dean & endless outdoor pursuits, and the steam railway line runs within a few hundred yards of the back garden, so you can sit outside and listen to the ‘chug-chug’ of the engines and the whistle of a bygone era.

Bedrooms

There are four double bedrooms, all en-suite and with TV.

The middle floor bedroom has a gorgeous feature original Forest of Dean stone alcove, and en-suite with walk-in shower.

Three further bedrooms on the top floor all have wonderful views, and their own TVs.

Two have original feature stone fireplaces, all have en-suite bathrooms with showers – one with a roll top bath.

The master bedroom also has a dressing room.

Kitchen
    • Kitchen – A stunning open plan kitchen is the heart of the downstairs living areas. Beautifully presented and well equipped allowing you to cook and entertain in this stunning space with views into the conservatory and garden. 
       
       
Living Space

Downstairs you will find the beautifully designed open plan Kitchen and Dining Space. 

Huge conservatory and additional snug.

The middle floor has a large sitting room with huge wall-mounted TV and snug drawing room with log-burner.

Dining Area
  • Get together with friends and family for sumptuous dining in this beautiful area, the perfect space to come together for any occasion. 
Garden

Enjoy breathtaking views across the Forest of Dean, while overlooking the River Lyd running gently past the end of the cottage garden. Watch trout swim by, spot kingfishers, the ducks and a plethora of wildlife, all from within a securely fenced garden.

Finer Details
    • SLEEPS 8
    • 4 BEDROOMS
    • 4 BATHROOMS
    • PETS WELCOME
    • OFF-ROAD PARKING
    • RIVERSIDE
    • INTERNET
    • TV
    • SATELLITE
    • TUMBLE DRYER
    • WASHING MACHINE
    • TOWELS PROVIDED
    • LINENS PROVIDED
    • OUTDOOR DINING
    • CHILDREN WELCOME
    • BABY GATE

The local town of Lydney has eclectic and independent shops, as well as a supermarket. Less than ten minutes drive away.

Claysun House welcomes children and dogs and has all the luxury and comforts of a home away from home – the perfect place to be for the perfect holiday!

Around The Property

Claysun 1
Claysun 2

Location

The ancient Royal Forest lies at the very heart of the district with the market towns of Coleford and Cinderford offering an insight into the industrial heritage and history of this fascinating area.

Wild Deer to be found in the Forest of DeanThe Forest of Dean was originally designated by the Saxons for hunting They’s were the first people to realise its potential. Thereafter it became the hunting reserve of Kings for many hundreds of years to follow. Many of the Dean’s ancient rights and privileges come from its unique heritage as a Royal Hunting Forest. The Norman kings loved to hunt deer and wild boar and they introduced Forest Law and officials called Verderers who were charged with looking after the animals and the woods they lived in.

The Forest of Dean is one of the most fascinating regions of Britain nestling between the Wye Valley, the Vale of Leadon and the Severn Vale. Its relative isolation created by the valleys of two great tidal rivers, the Severn “known widely for the Severn Bore” and the Wye, together with its hilly terrain have helped preservea pattern of land use, culture and heritage unlikeanywhere else in the whole of England .Severn Bore Surfers The Royal Forest occupies an area of 204 square miles in the western part of Gloucestershire.The 20 million trees that cover the Royal Forest of Dean include oak, beech, ash, birch and holly trees. People who live in and around the Forest are known as Foresters. The areas name is derived from one of the primeval forests of England.In 1939 the woodland area became the first park in England to be designated as a national forest.One of the remaining Royal Forests in England

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