Lounge with woodburner
Lounge with woodburner
Lounge with retro decor
Double bedroom
Double bedroom
Double bedroom
Downstairs shower room
Beautiful mature walled gardens
Established gardens
View from the patio of the walled garden
Beautiful borders
View towards the property from the large enclosed garden
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Platts Cottage,

Ross-on-Wye (8.5mls SE), Wye Valley
Sleeps 2
Bedrooms 1
Bathrooms 1
Change Sat
Dogs allowed 1
Downstairs bathroom
Enclosed garden / patio
Open fire / woodburner
Internet access
Pub nearby
Shop nearby
Fishing onsite / nearby
Towels included
Highchair available
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Property code: PLATT


Located in the village of Mitcheldean, this pretty end terrace is tucked away behind the striking 17th century church and is perfect for couples or small families that want to stay in a village but remain a short drive away from Cheltenham and a wealth of pretty towns, attractions and days out.

Ideally situated as a perfect gateway to the Royal Forest of Dean and the Wye Valley, this cottage offers a quiet and quirky retreat. The Forest of Dean is well known for its walks and outdoor activities, such as the Sculpture Trail, Go Ape or enjoy the history of the Dean Heritage Centre or perhaps spend a day by the river at Symonds Yat looking for the nesting Peregrine Falcons or viewing the magnificent Tintern Abbey ruins, 30 minute drive away.

The light and spacious accommodation has ONE bedroom: double with TV. Shower room: downstairs with WC. Lounge: with woodburner in inglenook fireplace (first basket of logs included), TV/DVD and Freeview. Kitchen/diner: well-equipped with electric oven and gas hob, microwave, coffee machine, fridge with ice compartment and washing machine. Utility room: with freezer. Outside: with enclosed seating and lawn area to the rear of the property. Bike store. Amenities: parking available locally, a weekly ticket can be purchased from the car park. Bed linen, towels, electric, central heating and Wi-Fi included. Regret no smoking in the property. 1 Small dog welcome. Location: fishing lakes 4 miles, pub, shops and café in village of Mitcheldean. Arrival: 3.30pm.

Dogs fees are charged per dog at £20.00 for up to 7 nights, £40.00 for up to 14 nights and an additional £20.00 for every week or part week thereafter.

This property joined our collection in 2014 and is managed by Beth.


From guests that have stayed at the property.

Based on 17 guest ratings

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Reviewed by Selina, 12th May 2018

Had a lovely weeks stay here. It was near the places we wanted to see. Lots of castles which we enjoyed . Ross- on-Wye we visited several times,enjoyed a really nice lunch at The Man of Rye pub. The forest of Dean was full of nice walks which Ellie,our Saluki loved.

Reviewed by Susan, 21st April 2018

A lovely little cottage with an amazing garden, very clean and well equiped, very good garden which the dog loved, and would have been good to sit in if only the weather had been ok, but sadly it rained a lot!

Reviewed by Brenda, 10th March 2018

A warm welcome by Joanne as well as fresh flowers, fruit, biscuits and a lemon drizzle cake to die for. A cosy well equipped cottage with everything you need for your stay as well as a lovely big garden (which our dog loved). The location was good, having takeaways and local stores only minutes away; also Micheldean is ideal for visiting surroundinRead moreg areas. Hide

Reviewed by Victoria, 27th December 2017

This is a lovely cosy cottage, amply equipped with a large secure garden and easy access straight onto the rolling countryside. The owner was a lovely lady who left prosecco, stollen, mince pies, milk, tea bags, sauces and much more which was really thoughtful and added to the enjoyment of our stay. This area is fantastic if you have a dog as lots Read moreof country pubs are walkable and they are so pet friendly it was a real pleasure to visit them. Hide

Reviewed by Marc, 25th November 2017

Quiet cottage, with awkward parking access though this is provided and a private, walled garden area for dog owners. General store within metres of the property and easy access to the surrounding areas. Host is very helpful and accommodating, couldn't do more for you. Thanks for a wonderful break.

Reviewed by Amanda, 1st November 2017

A lovely holiday cottage with personal extra touches, a home from home.

Reviewed by Sheila, 30th September 2017

Very pretty countryside people very friendly comfortable cottage and cosy beautiful garden for dogs to run around in.

Reviewed by Shirley, 9th September 2017

A very cosy cottage which provided everything we needed for our stay from the welcome goodies on arrival to the dressing gowns provided. The garden was beautiful and very secure which was very reassuring as our Jack Russell loves to 'wander'. We could not fault the cottage and the location was ideal for visiting lots of interesting & historical plaRead moreces in area. We had a lovely stay and would definitely stay there again Hide

Reviewed by Shurouk, 2nd September 2017

This is a lovely cottage, thoughtfully presented and we were made to feel very welcome. A great location which means you can get to a lot of different things to see easily. Highly recommended. Charming enormous garden and lovely to see the church tower from the garden and the bedroom. We also enjoyed the local walks up into the woods though we had Read moreto go elsewhere to see a wild boar... Hide

Reviewed by Marion, 20th August 2017

The cottage was perfect for our needs, quiet and cosy and the best of all no phone signal well for us anyway the garden was was really lovely to sit in at night . The village itself !SELECTED!was !ENDOFSELECTED!a bit of a letdown for us but we just traveled to another place. Plenty to do and see and lots of walks .

Reviewed by Dinorah, 15th August 2017

Platts cottage was real lovely, well equipped and cozy above all. Easy to get to and location wise it is very peaceful & relaxing if that is what you are looking for.The landlord was friendly and very helpful too.

Reviewed by Michelle, 29th July 2017

Beautiful little cottage, with a fab enclosed garden, the dog loved it. The welcome was wonderful with cake and fruit, lots of nice little touches. great location as you could walk into the forest from the village, as well as having all the amenities on your doorstep.

Reviewed by Andrew, 24th June 2017

The property and ocation was everything you could wish for.The only downside was that there was only one pub in walking distance in the village which was totally souless didn't serve food and was probably the worst pub I have ever been in. If youre not worried about going out for a drink in the evening the cottage is faultless.

Reviewed by Graham, 10th June 2017

This property is a little gem and our stay was a return visit for a 2 week stay. I can thoroughly recommend it for a couple with one warning that the staircase to the bedroom is steep and I would say not suitable for an elderly person with serious mobility issues. Polly is a wonderful host and has many thoughtful little supplies when you arrive so Read moreyou do not have to rush out for a coffee etc. Hide

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Lounge with woodburner
Lounge with woodburner
Lounge with retro decor
Double bedroom
Double bedroom
Double bedroom
Downstairs shower room
Beautiful mature walled gardens
Established gardens
View from the patio of the walled garden
Show 1 moreBeautiful borders


Note: As the postcode is used to identify the general area of the property, it may not always reflect its precise location, therefore please only use this map as a guide.

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