FOREST OF DEAN & WYE VALLEY SELF CATERING HOLIDAYS
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Stank Farm, known to some locals as 'the stank', is situated in the picturesque village of
Clearwell within walking distance of Clearwell
Castle and Caves. 'The stank' you will be relieved to hear is a very old word for pond or body of water and
has nothing to do with the word stink! Ask the owners about the farm's history.
The village also boasts 3 pubs, restaurants and a recreational ground. Nearby is Puzzle Wood,
Perrygrove steam railway and The Iron Age Experience. The old market town of Coleford only 2 miles away
is a thriving community where all provisions can be bought 7 days a week.
Wifi Now Available in Both Lodge & Cottage !
The Grade II listed farmhouse we believe dates back to 16th Century.
Hawthorn Cottage a Grade II listed
barn conversion sleeps 3 and sits just across the courtyard from the house.
The Lodge is a wooden log cabin that is set away from the house and sleeps 4/6 people. All of the
has private access and outside space and all guests are
welcome to enjoy the land and help on the farm if they would like to.
The farm house and outbuilding are set within 17 acres with a stream running through and
depending on the time of year there are sheep, cattle and pigs. The horses, goats, geese,
chickens and Jasper the cat are around all year and the owners Andrew & Louise Salter and
their 2 children William aged 5 and Lily aged 2. They offer a relaxing, comfortable and
tranquil holiday within easy reach of the Royal Forest of Dean,
Wye Valley and Vale of Leadon.
The surrounding area offers walking, cycling, riding, climbing, canoeing, fishing, quad
biking etc, Symonds Yat, Tintern, Monmouth, Clearwell castle, Welsh mountains, Newent,
Ross-on-Wye and many other pretty villages and for younger children, Clearwell Caves,
Dean Forest Railway, Model Village, Butterfly Zoo and plenty of nature trails etc.
Please Note: Stank Farm is a working farm & we are sorry but cannot accommodate pets
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