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THE HIGHLIGHTS
Cosy, 20-room Tudor Farmhouse in Clearwell, Gloucestershire, offering great escapes for grown-ups, with a great restaurant and nearby fun such as canoeing, wild boar spotting, foraging and stargazing.

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THE LOCATION

Located on Clearwell's high street, the Tudor Farmhouse is spread over several buildings, with pretty gardens and a big car park. It's surrounded by meadows.

Take a walk around the village and you'll find pretty cottages. Nearby attractions include Clearwell Caves and Tintern Abbey.

By car: under an hour from Bristol, 1 hour 30 minutes from Birmingham and 3 hours from London. Free on-site parking available.

By train: London to Chepstow takes 2 hours 30 minutes, after which, taxi takes 20 minutes. Book trains to Chepstow.

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CHARACTER & STYLE

Formerly farm buildings and a smaller B&B, the Tudor Farmhouse is now a luxurious yet laid-back bolthole. Its traditional country character has been retained through period features such as low ceilings and wooden beams, but it also has fresh décor with modern amenities.

THE FACILITIES

The staff are very welcoming and have thought of everything, from providing maps, wellies and umbrellas to arranging in-room massages. They also offer themed breaks, with activities like foraging and stargazing.

  • Restaurant
  • Bar
  • Garden
  • Board games
  • Pet-friendly
  • Family-friendly
  • Free parking
  • Free Wi-Fi

Rooms

There are 20 luxurious bedrooms which vary in size and configuration - but all have facilities you'll need for your stay including tea and coffee with fresh milk and biscuits, an iron, ironing board and TV. Most bathrooms have a roll top bath, as well as a monsoon shower, plus Bramley products.

Room types: Hatchling, Hen, Cockerel, Suite

Key amenities: ensuite bathroom with toiletries, Nespresso machine, mini fridge, TV, free Wi-Fi

Food & Drink

The restaurant serves free range, organic and local produce - much of it sourced from no further than 20 miles away. We recommend the succulent roast beef Sunday lunch and charcuterie boards of local meats, while the afternoon tea is ideal for the savoury-toothed - sandwiches, wild sausage roll, cheese and onion foggy, cheese scone and a brownie.

Restaurant: modern British cuisine, locally sourced ingredients. Dishes include lamb rump, pork tenderloin and torched halibut. Open daily for breakfast, afternoon tea and grazing, and dinner. Sunday lunch served 12-2pm.

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