Wander up the hill to a secluded spot and relax in the wood fired hot tub in your enclosed garden, where you can sit and ponder the treetops and hills popping up over the fence. Beyond the beautiful split stable door is an antique pine kitchen and a cabin bed which you can snuggle up in with the fire lit. On rainy days you’ll be thankful that your hot shower is ensuite.
You could just lounge around the woodburner all day and only venture out to stock up on bottles of treacle-coloured ale at the brewery shop.
The Important Stuff
Check in: 4 pm
Check out: 10 am
- Bring torches, wellies and walking boots.
- Brewery shop onsite selling real ale and cider.
- Supply of firewood provided for the woodburner to get you started. The owners do not sell additional firewood, however there are local shops where firewood can be purchased.
- Mobile phone signal. WiFi available outside the brewery shop.
Relax in the wood fired hot tub in the secluded garden.
- Private wood-fired hot tub: price is included in your stay and you’ll be provided with enough wood for a session. The owners do not sell additional firewood, however there are local shops where firewood can be purchased.
- One double cabin bed. Space for a travel cot.
- Small camp style cooker with 2 hobs
- Toaster, kettle, pots, pans & cutlery
- Sink for washing up with hot & cold running water
- Fire pit outside cabin
Private ensuite bathroom with shower cubicle and toilet.
Heating, lighting & bedding
- Bed linen and towels provided
- Electric lighting
- Plug sockets
Food and Drink
At Kingstone Brewery
There’s a bar & shop on site where they do a great range of Kingstone beer. There are occasional pizza event and Hop up food events.
Going out – a few pubs & restaurants worth a try
The Wild Hare, Tintern
The Rose and Crown, Tintern, especially for steak!
The Whitebrook, Whitebrook
The Miners, Sling
The Three Tuns, Chesptow
Stone Rock Pizza, Chepstow
Severn & Wye Smokery
Wye Valley Experience is specialised in canoeing and mountain bike hire alongside guided trips. Please visit the website for more information or to make a booking .
A visit to Tintern Abbey is really amazing and once you are on the inside you will be surprised by its size. It is a wonderfully majestic site.
Tintern is also a lovely village to walk around with unusual and fascinating little shops! Tori’s favourite is Stella Books as they have over 30,000 rare or out of print books – you will be bound to find a memorable story there!
Clearwell Caves – 4500 Years of mining history in an amazing cave system.
Puzzlewood – magical woodland in the Forest of Dean.
Dean Steam Railway – Dean Forest railway.
A day out at Go Ape! Forest of Dean, 11 miles away, is always recommended for Tarzan swings and epic zip wires.
Abbey Mill, Tintern – award willing riverside shopping & dining.
Ask Ed & Tori for more information on the local area.
Brambling Cross with Hot Tub
- Sleeps 2
- Space for a cot bed
- En-suite shower
- Cooking facilities
- Own fire pit
- Hot Tub
CHECK IN: 4PM / CHECK OUT: 10 am
~We stayed for 2 nights in October 2020 just in time before the lockdown. Lovely cabin with no TV which enabled us to disconnect from the world. Cosy with the fire and the hot tub is a great addition. Everyone we met was really friendly.
~Booked as I had been in the locality earlier in the year. We stayed for two nights and unfortunately it rained every day, but we came prepared with walking boots and waterproof coats (essential) The hosts Ed and Tori were very friendly and we felt relaxed and happy immediately. Mark gave us a tour of the brewery, Tori gave us pasta making lessons and Ed plied us with of his beer and cider. I would definitely recommend this place if you want a basic no frills break without to, wifi or constant phone calls.