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The Buckstone House Coach House

5 (6 reviews)
Staunton
Tel: 01594 832052
The Buckstone House, home to Doug and Nikki Smith, is set in three acres of gardens and grounds in the village of Staunton, three miles from Coleford in the Forest of Dean and Monmouth in the Wye Valley. The Welsh border runs through the edge of the village, a stone’s throw away. The Coach House, which was converted in 2005 overlooks the lovely garden. The accommodation is a delightful combination of antique furniture, tasteful furnishings and the comforts of modern living and consists of two double bedrooms, two bathrooms, well equipped kitchen and large airy living room. The Coach House has been designed to be disabled friendly and has a stair lift, wide doors and easy access. There is free Wi-Fi access in The Coach House.

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The Buckstone House Coach House

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The Buckstone House Coach House is in the garden of the owners, in the villag... more >

The Buckstone House Coach House is in the garden of the owners, in the village of Staunton, three miles from Coleford in the Forest of Dean and Monmouth in the Wye Valley. The Welsh border is a stone’s throw away. The Coach House, which was converted in 2005 overlooks the lovely garden.
The accommodation is a delightful combination of antique furniture, tasteful furnishings and the comforts of modern living and consists of two double bedrooms, two bathrooms, well equipped kitchen and large airy living room. There is Wi-Fi in The Coach HouseRoom Facilities:

  • Swimming pool (in Summer)
  • Tennis Court
  • Private patio
  • Gas Barbecue
  • Bath/Shower
  • Central Heating
  • Cooker
  • DVD Player
  • Electric Shaver Point
  • Ensuite Bath/Shower Room In Unit
  • Fridge/Freezer
  • Hairdryer
  • Ironing Facilities
  • Kitchen
  • LCD/Plasma Television
  • Linen & Towels Supplied
  • Living Room
  • Microwave
  • Private Car Space
  • Radio
  • Television
  • Washing Machine

Facilities

  • Outdoor heated Swimming pool in season
  • Tennis court
  • Private guest patio
  • BBQ Facilities
  • Café / Restaurant (nearby)
  • Cycling
  • Garden For Residents' Use
  • Golf Course (nearby)
  • Wi-Fi

Policies

Check In: Between 15:00 and 22:00
Check Out: Between 9:00 and 10:00
Wi-fi: Wireless internet is available and is free of charge.
Smoking: There is no smoking permitted anywhere within the property.
Parking: Parking for all guests is available on site and is free of charge.

Children: Children of all ages are welcome.
Pets: Pets are not allowed.
Groups: Groups are accepted up to a maximum of 4 people. No stag and hen groups.

Average

5.0
out of 5
6 reviews

100% recommend

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5
out of 5

25th April 2017:

Wow what a beautiful setting this house has, having stayed here three times at different times of the year we can't wait to return to the views and walks. The house itself offers all comforts and facilities from its crisp bed linen to being able to sit in the owners large and lovely garden by the swimming pool or have a game of tennis on their court you are made to feel very welcome

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Great pub a short stroll away offering really good food and many other places to eat in the surrounding villages and the choice of walks is second to none

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Would Recommend: Yes

5
out of 5

26th March 2017:

The Coach House is a beautiful home in a lovely location, perfect for enjoying the Forest of Dean and Wye Valley. The house is very comfortable and cosy, tastefully furnished with everything you need for a long weekend or a few weeks away. The kitchen is very well equipped and we enjoyed playing some of the board games in the spacious living area. Doug was an excellent host and provided us with lots of great tips for the local area. We definitely hope to return for a longer stay!

Tips:

Definitely have a meal at the White Horse Inn which is walking distance to the house and has delicious food and a great vibe. We also enjoyed a walk around Symond's Yat East and the view from Symond's Yat Rock. Monmouth is a nice little town to explore, and Tintern Abbey definitely worth a trip.

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4.8
out of 5

12th March 2017:

We never met the owners as they were away but the email communication was fantastic. Doug was so helpful - the advice about how to find the property was perfect - we would have struggled without it. We didn't really do much as weather wasn't great but some cycling and walking. It was a lovely place to relax and read etc. Thank you so much - it is definately a fab base for the area as long as you aren't relying on public transport. We will definately return.

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5
out of 5

6th December 2016:

This was our second stay at The Buckstone Coach House and it was just as good as the first stay three years ago beautiful house set in wonderful surroundings with friendly owners who we only saw at our arrival but easily contactable if you should need anything

Tips:

The White Horse pub at the end of the lane does lovely food but beware book before you travel if you want a table as it's very popular as are all the surrounding pubs even in December

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5
out of 5

4th October 2016:

Very nice property all you need. Beautifully quiet and great situation. Beautifully furnished and equipped.

Tips:

Walks on your doorstep from property and loads more further afield. Tintern Abbey,Clearwell caves,Yat Rock and forest worth visiting as is Lydney harbour,walk along old railway line to harbour. Sugar loaf at Abergavenny if you like steep climb but what a view at the top.Dragon pub down below on rd to Crick very good Sunday lunch. Estera lounge in Monmouth good food and different decor.

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Would Recommend: Yes

5
out of 5

20th February 2016:

What a wonderful retreat we had at Buckstone. It was only a short distance from home but it felt like we were a million miles away. The cottage is really peaceful and is fully equipped with everything you could need and more. We were warmly welcomed and the first night's provisions of eggs, bread and milk were very much appreciated. The cottage itself is set back off a very busy road which you can not hear at all when inside. Due to the poor weather conditions we did not access the swimming pool or tennis courts but they looked lovely and we would return in the summer months. Instead we went on a lovely, long walk through the forest and cosied up in front of the fire at night. I would highly recommend this place!

Tips:

The local pub is more of a restaurant but the staff are very friendly and it's absolutely fine for a post walk drink. The food is meant to be very tasty. We drove to Tintern Abbey and did a circular walk from the old train station to the Abbey. It was really beautiful!!

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Would Recommend: Yes

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