Set within the Monmouthshire countryside close to the banks of the River Usk, offering beautifully finished single storey accommodation with a private terrace, a perfect base for walkers and explorers.
Immerse yourselves in the rural tranquillity of the Welsh countryside with a stay in this beautifully presented single-storey home. Situated in the Usk Valley in Southeast Wales, there are plenty of adventures both from your doorstep and further afield. Whether you are walkers, cyclists or water sports enthusiasts, the opportunities are endless to get outside and enjoy the Monmouthshire countryside. Despite the rural location, a one-mile stroll takes you to the village pub and farm shop in nearby Bettws Newydd.
Light and airy, this gorgeous property is ideal for couples and families. Decorated in neutral tones with high-quality, contemporary fixtures and fittings, the property feels fresh and stylish throughout. You enter under the oak-framed porch, which provides a good spot for discarding muddy boots. Inside, the open-plan lounge/kitchen/diner is a lovely space in which to spend quality time together, whether you’re cooking, dining or reclining on the sofas. The two beautiful bedrooms are both restful spaces with sumptuous soft furnishings, classic furniture and countryside views, whilst two shower rooms complete the accommodation, one of which is en suite. For outside dining, pull back the bi-folding doors and enjoy the views from the terrace.
You can enjoy one of many walks in the surrounding area, such as the Usk Valley Walk, but should you want to venture further, why not head to Sugar Loaf Mountain (10.5 miles) and enjoy the breathtaking views from the top. For something a little more leisurely, visit the nature reserve and activity centre at Parc Bryn Bach (19.5 miles), or why not enjoy an adventure on the water at Goytre Wharf (3.5 miles). The area is also packed with history, with attractions and landmarks such as the Big Pit Coal Museum and Tintern Abbey within 20 miles. Heading east, you can even explore the Wye Valley Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.