See & Do: Eat, Drink and be Merry
With fabulous views from the Cottage, the decking is a great place, at any time, for al fresco dining, a few beers or a glass of wine and nibbles; it's only overlooked by the birds, so feel free to relax and kickback.
A short walk away, grab a beer and some traditional pub food at The Royal Springs Inn; or seek out many cafes, eateries and pubs, many serving local ale, in the forest, at Symonds Yat, Goodrich and local villages.
Local pubs, eateries & restaurants: (See links below) Lovers of good beer won't be disappointed, Wye Valley Ales will be found in many inns and there are local breweries such as Hillside Brewery, who offer Brewery Tours and Experience Days.
A short walk away, you'll find two welcoming pubs (The Colliers and The Royal Springs) for real Ale, food and a chance to perfect your darts and pool skills; there's a 'Chippy' and take away or eat in 'Indian' in the village and many takeaway restaurants in Coleford & Cinderford.
Within a few miles you will find plenty of other inns and restaurants including The Rising Sun, Miners Arms, Speech House, Mill Race and Hostelrie; many serving local beer and good food. You'll also discover plenty of takeaway eateries including The Wye Fry Chip Shop, Lotus Chinese Restaurant and a range of curry houses.
Further afield: You can find good and excellent inns and eateries including Severn & Wye Smokery (for excellent Seafood and fish), Rose Cottage Café and The Saracens Head Inn at picturesque Symonds Yat, Pots & Pieces Café and Gift Shop in the market town of Ross on Wye and Salt & Pepper Café in Monmouth and plenty of choice in the 'Three Choirs' Cathedral Cities of Hereford, Gloucester and Worcester.
"Check out Jayne and Phill's pub recommendations, they're awesome, we only wish we'd had time to try them all!" (see full review)