River Wye Lodge
Wheelchair Friendly holiday home in Forest of Dean and Wye Valley
What to expect from River Wye Lodge
With its face turned to the River Wye, birthplace of tourism in the UK, and it’s back to the dramatic Royal Forest of Dean, River Wye Lodge could not be better placed for a fantastic self catering holiday in the Forest of Dean or Wye Valley. We’ve converted this country inn to provide the space, location and facilities which will ensure you have a truly memorable time.
Indoors there’s more than enough space to sleep 26 in 12 bedrooms. 10 of the bedrooms have glorious views of the River Wye.
The cottage has an accessibility ramp to the front door and the ground floor houses a wheelchair friendly twin room with an en-suite wet room.
The kitchen is large and spacious with a servery for the dining room and atmospheric lounge with bar that harks back to the days of this being a country inn.
For families there’s a wood-chipped playground to the front of the cottage overlooked by a terrace where you can enjoy the good weather. There’s also a hot tub to relax in.
When the weather is less hospitable or you just want a bit of fun, the games room offers pool, table tennis, table football, a cross-trainer and a piano!
River Wye Lodge is a pet friendly cottage, but please notify us if you are bringing them, so that we can make sure proper arrangements are made.
Things to do
With the cottage directly overlooking the River Wye there are many walks you can follow. There is also a canoe launch just a few minutes downriver from the lodge as well as a local park. If you’re looking for a fishing holiday you can find fishing spots on the nearby river.
For more ideas on where to go and what to do visit our list of activities page.
How do I book?
You can check the availability of River Wye Lodge and find your preferred dates or if you want to discuss the suitability for your large group then drop us an email and we’ll get back to you straightaway.
Where is River Wye Lodge?
You can find River Wye Lodge in the village of Lydbrook, along the B4234 as it winds along the River Wye, right on the border of the Wye Valley and Forest of Dean.