Bee Keeper Cottage is in a great location, ideal for exploring the Forest of Dean, Cotswolds and the Malvern Hills. No matter which way you head out of the pretty village of Staunton, there’s a wide choice of places to visit – and most of them are dog friendly too.
There’s the city of Gloucester 7 miles south, and 14 miles to the east is Cheltenham with the Medieval town of Tewkesbury just a 20-minute hop in the car.
The cottage is one of 2 detached holiday homes, and each has 2 bedrooms, a modern kitchen and its own private garden area.
At A Glance
Two Dogs Allowed
Ground Floor Facilities
Ground Floor Wet Room
Pub Within 1 Mile
Flat Screen TV
About Bee Keeper Cottage
All on the ground floor, there are 2 double bedrooms in this compact holiday cottage. The living area is open plan and comes with a modern kitchen that includes an oven, dishwasher, washing machine and a microwave.
A pretty sun room has a comfy sofa plus there’s a small dining space.
The wet room has a shower and WC and outside, the seating area comes with views of the neighbouring field. Two dogs are welcome at Bee Keeper Cottage.
Map of Area
Things To Do in Staunton
Staunton village sits between Ledbury and Gloucester in the county of Gloucestershire so there are plenty of places to visit within a 45-minute drive. Staunton itself has a handful of shops, a popular garden centre and a pub that serves hearty meals to rave reviews.
Drive for around 20 minutes and you can be in the Malvern Hills. An Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, you can climb the peaks or wander the meadows with your dog.
An information centre provides maps of footpaths and will also point you in the direction of interesting sites to see as well.
Witley Court and Gardens welcome dogs into the grounds where there is much to see, such as ornate fountains, shaped trees and a woodland area. Witley is just past Worcester, so drop into this pretty city on the way, it boasts a cathedral, Grey Friars House and rows of half-timbered homes.
Ross-on-Wye, to the west of Staunton, is perched on the banks of the River Wye and is home to a 700-year-old church, a 17th-century market house and a bustling twice-weekly market. It’s the gateway to the Wye Valley and the Forest of Dean with lots of walks to enjoy of varying lengths – all marked by posts that are easy to find. If you like to explore the River Wye by water, the Monmouth Canoe Centre hires out kayaks by the hour. The Wye Valley is also well known for cider production, so take a tour of an orchard and see how this tipple is made, and of course, try a sample or two.
Staunton has the best location, with easy access to the Wye Valley, Malvern Hills, Gloucester and Tewkesbury. Head a little further and you could visit Stow-on-the Wold in the Cotswolds – the prettiest village in the area with tea rooms and antique shops galore.
Bee Keeper Cottage is a lovely home to base yourself in, with a modern kitchen that’s fitted with all the appliances you want for cooking tasty meals and comforting snacks.
There’s a lovely place to sit outside for evenings when the weather is fine. Two pooches are allowed to stay here, so the whole family can enjoy this lovely part of England together.
Bee Keeper Cottage
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