You’ll find it hard to leave this idyllic location, where you have access to footpaths that will guide you across the local countryside, you can enjoy views across the Usk Valley and Welsh Mountains as you meander across the meadows. And at the base of the hill you have the vibrant market town of Monmouth, with its mixture of elegant Georgian mansions and Victorian courtyards, offering shops, pubs and restaurants. The area is also rich in heritage, with many castles including Monmouth, Goodrich and Raglan Castles, and numerous beautiful churches including the remains of the stunning Tintern Abbey, just a short drive away. Other attractions include Clearwell Castle and Caves, Puzzle Wood and Symonds Yat.
Meander through the ancient apple orchard where if you look back you can enjoy the stunning view across the Usk valley. This restored stone bothy offers an open-plan lounge/kitchen/diner, you will step into the kitchen area, finished with traditional units and wooden work tops, the space is well-equipped with electric oven and hob and fridge. The lounge/dining area is simply perfect for relaxing, the dining area with microwave in the dining area cupboard and washing machine and table and chairs works well for a simple supper after a long day exploring, whilst the lounge area benefits from a traditional wood burner, large comfortable sofa and TV/DVD. There is also a double sofa bed available upon request. Also for balmy summer evenings the French doors have stunning views. So, when the day is done you will find a double bedroom where you can enjoy a good night’s rest and enjoy the garden views. There is also a shower room with shower and WC.
Open the French doors and step down onto the patio, the perfect place to enjoy a leisurely breakfast in the morning sun or an evening meal using the BBQ. There is a wooden swing chair where you can relax in the early evening sun with a good book. The gardens give access to an established orchard. There is off-road parking for two cars.
Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.