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Charming stone holiday cottage United Kingdom

View from bottom of garden
View from bottom of garden
lounge with woodburner Double bedroom Single bedroom
Fully fitted Kitchen Winter view from patio Walkers welcome
Cyclists welcome View from bottom of garden View from patio
parking in yard outside cottage

Cottage in Wales, United Kingdom

Property Details of Wales Cottage

Charming Monmouthshire holiday cottage set in its own delightful cottage garden, situated in an area of outstanding natural beauty betwixt the Wye Valley, Vale of Usk and royal Forest of Dean and close to the popular border town of Chepstow, described as the true gateway to Wales. Converted from a small stone barn the property has a traditional country feel. Centrally heated and carpeted throughout and having a woodburning stove makes it particularly cosy during the winter months. 2 bedrooms one double the other single with plenty of space in either room for a comfortable put you up for the 4th person. Bathroom with full length bath and overhead shower. A fully fitted kitchen with all mod cons plus several china tea sets and a traditional blue and white china dinner service completing that home from home feel. Outside is a lovingly tended cottage garden filled with a lawn area and a patio; a great place to sit and relax and enjoy the beautiful views that surround the property. Off road parking for 2 vehicles and storage for bikes. Linen and towels provided plus little extras include a pair of binoculars for watching the wildlife, an outside tap to wash those muddy boots and bikes, paperback books, TV DVD and CD player and even and old gramophone for playing those 78's. The whole property has recently been decorated and is furnished with period furniture. Monmouthshire cottage has been awarded 4 stars by Visit Wales. It would great to meet you.

Local Area Details

Locally there are 4 pubs all serving food Within 30 minutes travelling you could be at the races Chepstow Diving National Diving Centre Chepstow Gliding at Usk Golfing numerous courses include Celtic Manor home to Ryder Cup 2010 This area is considered one of the best for walking and mountainbiking plus masses of activities for kids Historic sites include the castles of Chepstow Caldicot and Raglan Spectacular Tintern Abbey beloved by Wordsworth Wales premier Roman site at Caerleon National Coal Mining Museum at Blaenavon and Lord Nelson Museum at Monmouth which even has his glass eye in their collection These are just a few tasters without mentioning the whole host of cultural and shopping experiences that Cardiff and Bristol have to Offer

About Scenery/Beauty Spots
Wye Valley & Vale of Usk, a beautiful and varied region where Wales and England meet. Encompassing the dramatic Black Mountains in the north, to the market towns of Abergavenny and Monmouth, through to the rural valleys around Newport and Chepstow on the banks of the River Severn, the Wye Valley & Vale of Usk are true areas of outstanding natural beauty.
About Local Restaurants
Monmouthshire is the Food capital of Wales. We have two Michelin Star restaurants not more than 30 mins from Monmouthshire cottage. The Crown at Whitebrook (in the top world 50) and The Walnut Tree. Plus there is the Abergavenny Food Festival which is considered by some as one of the best in the UK. Locally Chepstow has a variety of good restaurants.
About Walking
The National Long Distance footpath of Offa's Dyke and the Wye Valley walk are only a short distance away as wells as numerous trails from the cottage to explore. There is such variety from River and canal walks, hills and mountains - Pen Y Fan being the largest mountain in South Wales, Waterfalls, historic trails are all waiting to be discovered. The owner of Monmouthshire cottage can offer local maps and guide books plus trasnport if required.

Charming stone holiday cottage United Kingdom Property Information

Location:Wales, United Kingdom
This Property Sleeps:4
Minimum Price Per Week:£240
Maximum Price Per Week:£470
Nearest Airport:Cardiff (CWL), United Kingdom (airport code CWL)
30 deposit within 7 days to reserve you booking Balance to paid within 6 weeks of booking Deposits non refundable

Property Features

  • Close to a golf course
  • Pets are allowed
  • Children are allowed

Accommodation and Facilities Summary

Bedroom Doubles 1, Singles 1, Pull-out Beds 1
Bathroom Shower Rooms 1, Toilets 1, Bathrooms 1
Heat/Cooling Central Heating
Dining Dining room table, Seating for 6 People
Kitchen High Chair Available, Crockery & Cutlery Provided, Microwave, Washing Machine, Hob, Oven, Freezer, Fridge, Microwave, Grill, Toaster
Laundry Washing Machine Provided, Linen Provided, Towels Provided, Iron, Ironing Board
Living Room Seating for 8 People, Sofas 1, Armchairs 3, Fold Out Beds Sleeping 1, Fireplace
Local Activities Cycling, Fishing, Golf, Horse Riding, Mountain Biking, Swimming, Walking, Diving
Local Area Quiet Bars and Pubs, Distance to Local Town Centre 5km, The local town is Lively but not wild
Outside Barbecue Area, Patio, Parking, Garden, Outside Tap
Suitability Pets Welcome, Children Welcome, Non Smoking Only
Accommodation Accommodation Type: Self Catering, Changeover Day Flexible
Theme Quiet yet close to local activity

Contact Information for Charming stone holiday cottage United Kingdom

Name: Helen Kenneally
Telephone: +44-01291-641861
Alt Telephone: +44-07760-195320
Fax: --
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Cottage in Wales, United Kingdom