Call or email Carol or David Wilkin on:
firstname.lastname@example.org or 01452 750554
mobiles: 07710 232527
Address: Pinetum Lodge, Churcham, Glos, GL2 8AD
The Pinetum Lodge and cabin are situated 3 miles West of Gloucester off the A40.
Approaching from the East ( Coming from Oxford or London).
You enter the Gloucester ring road by turning right and follow the signs to Ross on Wye or Forest of Dean. Do not attempt to come to Pinetum by entering the Gloucester City centre.
Keep to the North of the city on the dual carriageway. There are four roundabouts on the bypass. Coming from London the first roundabout has a bowling alley building on the third exit which is the road you need to take. Half mile to second roundabout.
The second roundabout ( The Golden Valley roundabout.) You take second exit to Ross on Wye or Forest of Dean. Two miles to next roundabout. All on the A40.
The third roundabout (The Tewkesbury roundabout.) You take second exit to Ross etc. The carriageway then becomes single for approx one mile.
At the fourth roundabout ( Over roundabout.) You take second exit onto dual carriage marked to Ross on Wye and Chepstow.
Follow this road out into the country for two miles until you reach the Chepstow or Highnam roundabout.
NB do not turn right to Newent at lights after one and a half miles.
At this roundabout you take second exit onto single track road marked Ross on Wye. You are only half a mile now from the bottom of our drive which is still on the A40.
Travel half mile and pass the turning right which is Two Mile Lane to Newent. Do not take this turning.
Carry on for three hundred yards. When the lines in the middle of the road go double, signal right. Just after black and white house and In front of a small 50 MPH sign turn right into this track.
Proceed through farm gate with Private and WJ Wilkin on left post for more than half mile until you reach Pinetum Lodge.
If you miss the turn off the A40 just carry on until you reach the petrol station on the left hand side. Turn around here and approach cautiously due to the difficult turn now to your left on top of the bank.