This peaceful setting with far-reaching views across the Monmouthshire countryside is simply perfect for couples wanting to relax and enjoy an area rich in history, culture and natural beauty.
Deep in the heart of the Welsh countryside, just outside the Wye Valley Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, this rural bolthole is a fabulous base for those who love the great outdoors. Many walks branch away from the property, taking you across rolling hillsides and through ancient woodlands or travel a little further afield into the Wye Valley and Brecon Beacons. The views from the cottage are outstanding, and far reaching. After a long hike, enjoy a glass of wine in your private courtyard or snuggle on the sofa in front of the cosy wood burner. The luxurious stone property has been impeccably decorated, with cool grey tones and elegant accessories, creating a stylish and contemporary living space. The open-plan ground floor is a lovely space to relax, either curled up with a book on the sofa or sharing a romantic meal together at the dining table. Heading upstairs, discover a gorgeous king-size bedroom where the bed is located under a skylight for a spot of late-night stargazing. Outside, unwind in the enclosed courtyard and admire the far-reaching countryside views. The cottage is well placed for exploring some of the area’s most-loved towns and villages. The lively town of Chepstow is just 5 miles away and boasts a bustling high street with many independent retailers, as well as some wonderful examples of Georgian and Victorian architecture and an imposing Norman castle. The pretty village of Tintern (8.5 miles), in the Wye Valley, is a great starting point for several stunning walks, including the Offa’s Dyke Path which follows the England/Wales border. Tintern is also home to the ruins of a spectacular 13th-century Cistercian abbey – a must for any history enthusiast.