Experience log cabin luxury near Gloucestershire
What To Expect
The Forest of Dean is on the doorstep of this pretty upside-down style hot tub cottage on the outskirts of the idyllic village of Blakeney, combining the best of both worlds, rural and secluded, yet only a short walk from all the amenities you could wish for.
A door from the living area leads to an enclosed patio which takes advantage of the incredible views and is the perfect spot to sit and relax after a day spent exploring.
Pamper yourself in the rejuvenating water of the luxurious hot tub, enjoy a romantic meal or simply revel in the peace and tranquility
First Class Luxury
hOT tUB hEAVEN
Couples looking for a luxury hot tub break will find Paddock House hard to beat. The immaculate interiors and attention to detail are outstanding.
Wake up refreshed in the sumptuous double bed, enjoy a morning cuppa on the patio drinking in the magnificent views.
Spend days doing as much or as little as you want, then unwind in the indulgent hot tub, which boasts mood lighting and is the ideal way to cap off every day. Heaven!
Lodges or Cottages?
This lovely detached cottage has been finished to a high standard and offers superior self-catering accommodation is a spectacular setting.
The topsy-turvy style means upstairs you will find a modern kitchen area with exposed stone wall, dining table and comfortable leather sofa.
A wrought iron spiral staircase leads down to a luxurious bedroom and en-suite shower room with underfloor heating
Good place for dogs
Whether you want a Christmas hot tub break or romantic weekend away in the summer it’s good to know that up to 2 well-behaved dogs are welcome at this lovely cottage.
Pack your wellies and a leash because there are miles of walks to be enjoyed together and many of the nearby attractions are also dog-friendly too, in fact Gloucestershire is one of the most dog friendly counties in the country.
” At a glance ”
About Paddock House
In this section, we take a look at Paddock House along with checking out the amenities. Also, what the surrounding area has to offer..
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Blakeney, Gloucestershire, UK
This well-presented holiday home provides boutique style accommodation in a marvelous setting and comprises a first floor open-plan living area, modern kitchen with combination oven/microwave, dishwasher, fridge and two-ring induction hob.
There is a smart cafe style dining area and comfortable leather sofa ideal for relaxing evenings curled in front of the TV with a glass of wine.
The spiral staircase is an attractive feature and leads downstairs to a delightful double bedroom and contemporary wet room with underfloor heating.
Outside a lovely patio area with indulgent hot tub and outdoor furniture makes the most of the fabulous views stretching towards the River Severn.
The property has air-source central heating with underfloor heating in the en-suite making Paddock House the ideal place for a romantic break whatever the weather.
The rejuvenating jacuzzi offers amazing views, lie back and gaze at the clear summer night's sky with a glass of bubbly in hand planning the following days activities.
The village of Blakeney is a short stroll away where you will find local shops a terrific fish and chip shop and the old coaching inn which is a great place to meet the locals and enjoy a pint of real ale
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Activities in the Blakeney Area
An Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, The Forest of Dean offers a range of activities to keep even the most adventurous guests happy with archery, treetop trails, canoeing, fishing and caving all popular.
Gloucestershire has impressive scenery at all times of year, there are some lovely scenic walks in the Forest of Dean and the Gloucestershire Way and famous Offa's Dyke are also within easy reach.
There are a wealth of historic buildings within driving distance including Gloucester Cathedral, one of the most beautiful cathedrals in the country and Chavenage House an Elizabethan mansion which is used as a film location for the popular BBC TV series Poldark.
Clearwell Caves are also well worth a visit, the magical caverns provide a fascinating day out as does the International Bird of Prey Centre just 30 minutes away.
Check out the picturesque market town of Stroud which boasts a variety of shops selling local crafts, quintessential tearooms and the interesting Museum in the Park.
A Final Note
Gloucestershire attracts visitors that return year upon year and once you have stayed at Paddock House and discovered some of what this unspoilt county has to offer, you too will want to come back.
Book today! For an unforgettable romantic holiday!