Ingleside is a large detached cottage in the hamlet of Adsett on the outskirts of the Royal Forest of Dean near to Gloucester. With six bedrooms comprising three twins, two doubles (one with an ensuite) and a family room (also with an ensuite) and a family bathroom, this cottage can sleep up to fourteen people. The rest of the cottage is made up of a fitted kitchen with a dining area, a dining room leading to a snug, a sun room, a sitting room with a woodburning stove and a downstairs shower. Outside the cottage is off road parking for five cars, a covered bike store, a games room and a large enclosed garden with a patio, decked area, outdoor furniture and a BBQ.
Six bedrooms: 1 x ground floor twin, 1 x family room with 1 double & 2 singles (1 with pull-out stacker bed) & en-suite bath, hand-held shower, basin & WC, 1 x king-size double with en-suite shower, basin & WC, 2 x twin, 1 x double. Bathroom with bath, hand-held shower, basin & WC. Ground floor basin & WC. Kitchen with dining table for 8. Utility with shower cubicle. Dining room, leading to snug. Sun room. Sitting room with woodburner. Outdoor games area.
Oil central heating with woodburner. Electric double oven & hob, microwave, fridge, freezer, washing machine, dishwasher, TV with Freeview, DVD, stereo/CD, iPod dock, books/games/DVDs. Fuel, power & starter pack for woodburner inc. in rent. Bed linen & towels inc. in rent. Hot tub. Cot & highchair on request. Large enclosed mature garden with patio, furniture & BBQ, shared use of grassed paddock. Games area with small pool table & table tennis. Covered bike storage. Off road parking for 7 cars. Sorry, no pets & no smoking. Shop 1 mile, pub 0.5 miles.
The hamlet of Adsett is situated close to the Royal Forest of Dean, England's largest oak forest and an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Just a short drive away, in the historic waterfront city of Gloucester you will find Roman foundations, Victorian Docklands and a Norman Cathedral. A little further afield, visit the market town of Ross-on-Wye, with timbered Tudor houses and excellent shops, pubs and restaurants, in the heart of rural Herefordshire. The Severn estuary, famous for its tidal bore, is a delight for bird watchers, wildlife enthusiasts and bore surfers alike.
Visitors to the Cotswolds have long treasured memories of charming towns and villages built from the famous honey-coloured stone, it now boasts a thriving community of contemporary artists working from studios and shops throughout the area.