If you’re looking for a luxury stay in the Forest of Dean, then look no further than the Tudor Farmhouse.
This boutique hotel is a former working farm that has been stylishly converted into a country getaway.
The hotel is located in the charming village of Clearwell, in the heart of the Forest of Dean.
Tudor Farmhouse has 20 characterful rooms, cottages and suites to suit your countryside weekend break needs.
Tudor Farmhouse a luxury stay in the Forest of Dean
Why stay at Tudor Farmhouse?
If you are considering booking a weekend break in the Forest of Dean, then you need to read my Tudor Farmhouse review to inspire your wanderlust today.
Disclaimer: My stay at Tudor farmhouse was complimentary.
This hotel is where you come to relax away from hectic city life. Life moves slowly in the rural village of Clearwell.
Here you can reconnect with nature and soothe your soul in peaceful surroundings, away from clogged traffic and high-rise buildings.
Wander around the 16th-century stone buildings and explore the gardens, orchard and allotments at leisure.
The whole site has an air of ‘The Good Life’ about it, especially when you stumble across their free-range hens.
There’s a range of outdoor pursuits and pleasant walks in the surrounding area that will keep the outdoor lovers happy.
Alternatively, you can unwind, dine and soak in the tub if you are looking for a blissful weekend of doing almost nothing. This is a UK staycation with options.
@tudorfarmhouse is a former working farm that has been stylishly converted into a boutique country hotel in the @DeanWye area.
Tudor Farmhouse rooms
Tudor Farmhouse has 20 luxurious rooms that differ in size and style. The rooms are incredibly stylish with a mured colour palette and splashes of luxury.
You can choose from a range of room options at Tudor Farmhouse including:
- Cockerel rooms
- Hen rooms
- Hatchling rooms
The rooms include amenities and facilities such as:
- Roll-top baths
- Monsoon showers
- Nespresso coffee machine
- Pocket sprung mattress
- Duck feather pillows and duvets
- Iron and board
We particularly loved our room, it was perfect for a romantic break for two. The bathroom was sheer relaxation goals.
There’s nothing like a long soak in a free-standing bath, with a little glass of wine to make your troubles melt away. Bath selfies optional.
Tudor Farmhouse facilities
Tudor Farmhouse oozes cosiness. The inviting reception and bar area come complete with an open fire, comfortable armchairs and board games.
If you want to venture outside, they also have wellies for walking and warming blankets.
For a relaxing afternoon, why not get comfortable in the bar and order a beautifully presented Charcuterie board from the grazing menu?
I would also recommend ordering a bottle of wine from their extensive wine list. This comprehensive list features bottles from small artisan winemakers if you want to unleash your inner wine critic.
Nodding approvingly at wine recommendations is my husband’s favourite thing to do.
This is despite the fact that his favourite tipple is normally whatever is currently on offer in Aldi.
Bar staff are also on hand to make personal recommendations. They will direct you to the “What We’re Drinking” section of the list.
It’s small, personal touches such as these that make a stay here really memorable.
Spoil yourself with an elegant afternoon tea for two at Tudor Farmhouse.
Feast upon a delicious selection of finger sandwiches, homemade cakes and patisseries and warm scones with clotted cream. It is utterly divine.
Their afternoon tea is served with tea or coffee or if you are feeling flush, you can purchase an accompanying glass of champagne.
I personally feel that their afternoon tea is best enjoyed outside in their picturesque garden area.
Enjoy the blossoms and the sounds of bees buzzing in the summer. In the winter, grab a blanket and get cosy as you feast upon the finest scones.
Dinner at Tudor Farmhouse
You should not miss the chance to dine at Tudor Farmhouse. Their head chef ensures that quality and locally-sourced ingredients are used in their seasonal dishes.
Farmhouse meets upscale dining here with flickering candles, exposed stone walls, and slightly hushed tones. This contrasts beautifully with the scent of homemade food wafting the dining room.
Most products are sourced from producers within a 20-mile radius of the hotel.
This means that you can be assured that you are eating fresh ingredients and supporting local producers.
Typical dinner dishes include pan-fried duck breast, Ricotta and spinach raviolo, Stone bass with herb and nut crust and Rolled chicken with chicken & tarragon mousse.
If you have room, I would recommend rounding off your meal with a mouthwatering dessert and carefully crafted cocktail?
Typical dessert offerings include frozen white chocolate mousse with spiced blackberries, buttermilk pannacotta and chocolate delice.
Make sure to order a carefully crafted cocktail to end your evening by sipping something exquisite.
Forest of Dean surrounding area
There are plenty of things to do in the Forest of Dean region that surrounds the hotel.
There are a number of picturesque villages to explore in this region that spans the counties of Gloucestershire, Herefordshire and Monmouthshire.
Feeling active? There is a range of biking, hiking and canoeing options available in the area for outdoor enthusiasts. I would really recommend taking the time to explore this beautiful part of the UK.
If you are unsure about what to see and do, be sure to ask the staff what they would recommend. If in doubt, always ask a local.
Luxury stay in the Forest of Dean
I would really recommend Tudor Farmhouse for a luxury stay in the Forest of Dean. The hotel blends country charm with modern amenities and fancy dining.
If you are looking for unique accommodation options for a UK break, then this is the perfect place to get away from it all.
it’s a boutique stay with a big personality and I personally can’t wait to visit again.
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