Set within the heart of the pretty village of Grosmont and steeped in history, this Grade 2* listed cottage is perfect for couples wanting to relax and enjoy the best of the surrounding countryside, castles, and bustling market towns.
Formerly the home of the village baker, this cosy Grade 2* listed holiday cottage is set in a charming spot in the heart of the beautiful village of Grosmont. Offering fresh and welcoming accommodation for two, this delightful property makes a fabulous holiday home for a couple exploring the Wye Valley, the Black Mountains and the Brecon Beacons.
Perfect for guests seeking an idyllic getaway or an active escape into the hills, this tastefully decorated cottage makes a wonderfully relaxing retreat. Adjoining the owner’s home, the private entrance to the cottage is tucked away from the street to the side, and leads into this pretty property which features an inviting lounge/diner. With a warming wood burner, TV with streaming service and DVD player and views over the village, the lounge is an ideal space to snuggle up and enjoy a movie. There’s also a lovely dining area perfect for sharing a romantic meal.
A step up leads past the log basket into the fully equipped kitchen which is a pleasure to cook in and Grosmont Castle Tower can be seen through the window, a stone's throw away. Heading up the steep cottage-style stairs, the first floor features the delightful king-size bedroom with stripped wooden floors and views over the rooftops of the village towards Skirrid. There’s also a stylish en-suite bathroom.
Outside, a charming space to the front of the cottage makes a pleasant spot for a morning coffee whilst planning the day’s activities. Grosmont has a great pub and shop, and is home to the ruins of Grosmont Castle, part of the Three Castles Walk, along with Skenfrith Castle (5 miles) and White Castle (7 miles). To the east, you can explore the Wye Valley Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (12 miles), while the Brecon Beacons are to the west (6 miles). Also nearby are the Black Mountains Cycle Centre (8 miles) and the bustling market town of Abergavenny (11 miles).