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The Granary

4.9 (14 reviews)
Church Street
Tel: 07946638660
The Granary is situated in the heart of the historic village of St Briavels and is set in the grounds of a family home. It has beautiful views over The Old Vicarage garden and countryside beyond. The village shop, pub, the 12th century castle and church are all within a 2 minute stroll. It is perfectly situated to explore this area of designated outstanding natural beauty. The property has a large double, a twin room and 2 bathrooms, and is ideal for a family of 4 or a couple. It has a small patio and garden area to relax in at the end of a busy day of exploring with a table, chairs and BBQ for warm evenings and sunny days. Friday changeover (for 1 week stays) Short breaks available - 3 night (Fri - Mon), 4 night (Mon - Fri)

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The Granary

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2 bedroom cottage. On the first floor there is a large double with sofa, TV... more >

2 bedroom cottage. On the first floor there is a large double with sofa, TV and adjacent bathroom. On the ground floor is a twin room with adjacent shower room.Room Facilities:

  • Washer dryer
  • Kitchen Diner
  • WIFI
  • Cot on request
  • Highchair on request
  • Pushchair on request
  • Central Heating
  • Cooker
  • DVD Player
  • Fridge/Freezer
  • Hairdryer
  • Ironing Facilities
  • LCD/Plasma Television
  • Linen & Towels Supplied
  • Living Room
  • Microwave
  • Radio
  • Shower Room
  • Tea/Coffee

Facilities

  • Playground nearby
  • Pub / cafe nearby
  • Bike storage available
  • BBQ Facilities
  • Garden For Residents' Use
  • Shop (nearby)
  • Wi-Fi

Policies

Check In: Between 15:00 and 23:00
Check Out: Between 10:00 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: On street parking is available and is free of charge. Parking is available nearby 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. Stag and hen groups are allowed.

Average

4.9
out of 5
14 reviews

100% recommend

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5
out of 5

30th May 2018:

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Would Recommend: Yes

5
out of 5

2nd January 2018:

I believe the cooker hood light wasn’t working. Either that or I didn’t find the right switch

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5
out of 5

28th October 2017:

Beautiful, peaceful location close to local activities. Cottage is comfortable and warm, and includes all those little extras to make the stay more comfortable. As well as a lovely welcome treat of cake and apple juice.

Tips:

The family cycle trail in the Forest of Dean was perfect for our 12 and 9 year old. Parking at Cannop Ponds just after the main cycle centre is free and has a small mobile caterer selling hot/cold drinks and bacon butties etc.

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5
out of 5

27th September 2017:

Beautifully presented accomodation with great views and very well equipped. Little touches like having tea, coffee and milk make a difference too.

Tips:

St Briavels makes a good hub for exploring the Wye Valley with lots to see both up and down river. If you don't want to cook there are lovely pubs all around but the best we found was nearby at Brockweir.

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4.8
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1st September 2017:

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5
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22nd August 2017:

Probably the best cottage we've ever stayed at. Lovely, clean and well sized for a family of four. Perfectly situated to explore the beautiful Wye Valley and Forest of Dean. A larger pan for cooking is all that could have made it better for us.

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5
out of 5

14th August 2017:

Lovely cottage in a fantastic location, ideally placed to explore the Wye Valley and beyond. The extra touches provided by Lucy and Andy, such as supplying kitchen and bathroom essentials, made this a home away from home.

Tips:

The Pantry is a very handy deli/convenience store in the village. Take some of their foggies for a picnic if you go canoeing. Also recommend the very locally produced white chocolate orange ice cream they sell. We felt our canoe experience and views from Symonds Yat was equal to the Dordogne. Saracens Head Inn there has a good menu and nice atmosphere. Clearwell caves and Goodrich Castle also worth a trip.

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4.8
out of 5

5th June 2017:

Very enjoyable stay in top class accommodation!!

Tips:

Symonds Yat and Puzzlewood is a must see!!

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5
out of 5

20th May 2017:

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4.5
out of 5

19th April 2017:

Great place to stay, very clean and comfortable. Location is also good for exploring the forest and attractions.

Tips:

Visit the sculpture trail for a good day out and take the river cruise from symonds yat with Kingfisher cruises

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5
out of 5

28th February 2017:

We enjoyed our stay with you and would love to return another time. The location is perfect for exploring the surrounding area. The accommodation was lovely and suited our requirements perfectly. It would be nice to return again during warmer weather so we could enjoy the conservatory in the evenings.

Tips:

We would recommend the George Pub across the road. Lovely food, beer and staff. We visited Chepstow, Tintern Abbey, Symmonds Yat and several other places. Enjoyed several walks along the river. The caves at Clearwell were very interesting and you can also do deep cave trips during the summer. We have a list of things we need to do at our next visit, the 365 steps and the Devils Pulpit etc.

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5
out of 5

21st February 2017:

Very comfortable and well equipped self catering accommodation. Sleepy village with all you need: pub, pantry, C12th Castle and church! Peace and quiet yet close to lots of places of interest. Lucy is very welcoming, with cakes, wine, local apple juice and her own hen's eggs all ready for us on arrival!

Tips:

The George Inn across the road has a varied menu. The Pantry (local Deli) has lots of tasty provisions. Puzzlewood, Tintern Abbey, Chepstow Castle all worth a visit.

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5
out of 5

1st September 2016:

The Granary felt like a home from home. Comfortable, relaxing and in a quiet and peaceful location. Everything we needed and more was provided, including delicious lemon cake and organic juice! The views from the upstairs kitchen/diner were beautiful, inviting you to walk and explore the area. The downstairs conservatory was perfect, soaking up the sunshine...the ideal place to sit and read or watch TV. Lovely little garden with outdoor seating too. Faultless, we are planning a return trip! Thank you Lucy.

Tips:

Impressive C12th castle and church literally around the corner. Lovely meals had at The George pub across the road. The Pantry shop sold delicious Deli type foods. Lovely park for younger children. Nice walks in the village itself. Further afield, would recommend Puzzlewood, Beechenhurst sculpture trail, afternoon tea at The Speech House, Chepstow and Raglan castles and Symonds Yat. Stock up on food for your stay in Monmouth at Waitrose & M&S!

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5
out of 5

30th August 2016:

A lovely clean and well equipped cottage in beautiful surroundings.

Tips:

St. Briavels is a lovely village and from the cottage you get wonderful views over the surrounding countryside. The George is the village pub and serves very tasty food in a pleasant and welcoming atmosphere.

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