Our fascinating Grade II* Listed family home is in the lovely Severnside village of Newnham on Severn. Built in 1680 for a wine merchant, when Newnham was an important port, The Old House is full of character and period features, including the panelled dining room and a beautiful Queen Anne oak staircase. Guests of all ages (on 2 and 4 legs!) are guaranteed a warm welcome.
Newnham is ideally situated for exporing the Forest of Dean and Wye Valley as well as Gloucester, Cheltenham and further afield to the Cotswolds.
Travel by public transport
The bus service along the A48 to and from Gloucester (the nearest main line railway station - 12 miles) and Lydney (local trains but a 1 mile walk from the station to the bus stop), runs about every hour during weekdays. The last bus is around 6pm. Services at the weekend are less frequent.
Travel by taxi
The parking is on the drive which is sloping and slightly uneven. The steps are from the pavement to the front door.
Path to main entrance
The front door is side hung.
Getting around inside
Place to eat and drink
Guest dining room
We always ask about dietary requirements at booking. We can cater for most diets if guests request them in advance.
Getting around outside
From the outside the route to the garden is up the sloping drive onto the flagstone patio. From there 8 steps lead up to the lawned area. From the inside the route is through French doors from the dining room. There are 2 wooden steps up, a step over the doorway and 2 stone steps down onto the patio.