Beautifully restored former Coach House set in a quiet village location, the property is a great base to explore what the area has to offer.
Discover the picturesque village of Grosmont, a charming spot that straddles the Welsh border and lies just 7 miles from the Brecon Beacons National Park. This converted coach house property offers the perfect spot for two to unwind and explore: whether it’s the village’s castle or inviting pub, you can return home each and every evening to a cheerful holiday home with a lovingly presented decor. Located on the grounds of the owner’s estate, find experts nearby ready to offer a warm welcome and knowledge of the local area.
This property boasts large windows and a neutral colour scheme which allows light to flood the property, making it feel instantly bright and cheerful. Step inside and discover a charming farmhouse kitchen with original stable doors and flagstone flooring. This room includes everything you’ll need to cook for two throughout your stay, although we do recommend picking up local fish and chips one night for an authentic British experience. Late nights can be spent with your canine companions in the cosy lounge with wood burner and entertainment, whilst the attic bedroom beckons for catching your forty winks. Here you’ll find a feature window and skylight promising stunning views to wake up to each and every morning.
With the Wye Valley to one side and the Brecon Beacons National Park at the other, you’ll never feel short changed when it comes to walking routes and activities throughout your stay. Discover unforgettable mountain ranges in the Brecon Beacons and tackle the Waun Fach (19 miles) or Sugar Loaf (15 miles) throughout your stay. Whilst in this area you’ll no doubt stop off in popular Abergavenny (11 miles) with its quality eateries and plenty of local amenities, or perhaps venture a little further afield to the quaint town of Crickhowell (14.5 miles).