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Goldings Cabin


A cool and colourful cabin with an on-site brewery – come for the peaceful meadow, stay for the beer. Away from the hustle and bustle in it’s very own meadow, this cute little shepherd’s hut is a perfect ‘get away from it all’ for 2 people.

 

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  • Description

    Goldings Cabin is the latest addition to the family of creative spaces at Kingstone Brewery, each in their own tree-lined part of Ed & Tori’s land in the Monmouthshire hills. Laze in the garden or on the deck, wander over to your private firepit or take a brewery tour and discover the superb range of artisan ales brewed a few hundred yards from your cabin. If you’re around on the first Saturday of the month, you can join pizza night, when the trellised courtyard draws guests and locals with wood-fired pizza, great beer and a lively atmosphere. Whenever you visit, the area is full of potential for days out exploring. The majestic ruins of Tintern Abbey are round the corner, you can hire bikes on site and head off on the trails, and there’s lovely canoeing on the Wye, where you can paddle right up to the quays of the riverside pubs.

    If you’re not feeling too energetic, then you’ll find the cabin itself is a great place to hang out. There’s a cosy sofa by the electric fire for when the night draws in or the weather is poor, hobs for cooking up simple meals and a fridge for keeping your beer cold. Outside you’ll find a fire pit so you can sit out and enjoy a bit of the wild life, but there are plug sockets and electric heating so you’ll never lack for creature comforts either. All in all, it’s an incredibly relaxing place, which is mostly because of having your own bit of countryside for a few days of peace, but might just have something to do with all the beer.

    Gather forest fruits from the meadow for a bellyful of raspberries and loganberries which the laid-back hosts are happy to share.

     

  • Facilities

    The Important Stuff!

    Check in: from 4 pm and is self check in. Ed and Tori will be in touch post-booking

    Check out: 10 am

    • Bring torches, wellies, walking boots and towels.
    • Brewery shop onsite selling real ale and cider.
    • Supply of firewood provided for the firepit 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.

    Sleeping Arrangements

    • One double bed. Space for a travel cot.

    Cooking

    • Fully equipped kitchen
    • Two ring electric hob
    • Kettle
    • Toaster
    • Small fridge
    • Private fire pit by cabin

    Washing

    • Shower
    • Flushing toilet

    Heating, lighting & bedding

    • Bed linen provided
    • Please bring your own towels
    • Electric radiators
    • Electric fire
    • Plug sockets 

    Entertainment

    Games you can borrow. 

  • Food and Drink

    At Kingstone Brewery 
    There’s a bar & shop on site where they do a great range of Kingstone beer. There is a monthly pizza & beer event on the first Saturday of every month. If you give her some advance notice, Tori can also arrange some supplies ready for when you arrive, or perhaps a chilled bottle of something sparkling!

    Oil, salt, pepper, tea and coffee is provided.

    Kingstone Brewery beer

    There is a shop on site, where you can stock up on Kingstone’s own ale, as well as cheeses, chutneys and other local bits and pieces – please ask the owners for opening times.

    Going out – a few pubs & restaurants worth a try 

    • The Brockweir Inn, Brockweir (just 3 miles away)
    • The Royal George at Tintern
    • The Whitebrook, Whitebrook – perfect for if you are looking for something a bit special for a treat – it’s Michelin starred too! 

    Other options:

    • The Tudor Farmhouse, Clearwell
    • The Miners, Sling
    • The Three Tuns, Chepstow
    • Stone Rock Pizza, Chepstow – Award Winning
    • The Saracens Head, Symonds Yat
    • Severn & Wye Smokery, Westbury On Severn
  • Activities

    At Kingstone Brewery

    Wye Valley Experience is based onsite specialising in canoeing and mountain bike hire alongside guided trips meaning we are able to offer our guests a special experience of canoeing the River Wye or exploring the local area on Mountain bikes. Please visit the website for more information or to make a booking .

     

    Exploring nearby…

    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.

  • Prices

    GOLDINGS CABIN

  • Accommodates

    • Sleeps 2
    • Space for a cot bed
  • Facilities

    • Shower and flushing toilet
    • Fully equipped kitchen
    • own fire pit and electric fire. 
  • CHECK IN: 4PM / CHECK OUT: 10 am

~Fantastic location, lovely village and surrounding area. Cabin was lovely, very pretty inside and out.

~Kate~

~We had a wonderful stay at Goldings, the newest space in The Hop Garden – Ed was a fantastic host and gave us a great tour of the grounds. We enjoyed beers on the veranda followed by a comfortable night’s sleep in the quirky cabin. It’s a very peaceful spot too – a much needed getaway out of the city.

~Zoe~

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Contact

The Hop Garden

Tintern, Monmouthshire, NP16 7NX

Tel: 01291 680 111

booking@thehopgarden.co.uk

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