This superb, two-storey Victorian farmhouse is situated on a working farm and is ideal for a family or friends’ reunion. Surrounded by beautiful rolling countryside, relax and enjoy the views or walk the trail to the Black Mountains or Table Mountain from your doorstep. The picturesque Georgian town of Crockhowell (1 mile) is perfect for a walk by the River Usk.
A charming stone property that provides a warm welcome. Enter the hallway and you’ll immediately notice how the original farmhouse features have been blended with stylish and elegant contemporary decor. On the ground floor, there’s a stylish Shaker-style kitchen and a large dining table where you can gather for memorable meals. Two sets of French doors in the dining room open onto the garden and there is a wood burner for a cosy night in. Head to the spacious lounge and sink into the comfortable sofas. The lounge boasts another wood burner, an original Welsh slate mantelpiece and a Smart TV. Upstairs, you’ll find five distinctive bedrooms - a king-size bed with an en-suite bathroom, a king-size with a Jack and Jill shower room that’s shared with the twin opposite, and a king-size and a double bedroom. A gorgeous Victorian-style family bathroom completes the interior. Outside a large, private lawned garden to the side of the house has swings for children to enjoy, while another lawned area behind the house has steps leading to a large patio with a dining table, chairs and BBQ. The front garden has a rustic bench with lawns on either side and is the perfect spot for your morning coffee.
Foodies will love Abergavenny (5 miles), famed for its annual food festival and year-round seasonal dining. The annual Green Man music festival site is also within 3.5 miles. Local activities include fishing, pony trekking, caving, and zip wires, and local attractions include the Big Pit National Coal Museum (11.5 miles), the Brecon Beacons Mountain Railway (19 miles) and the Monmouthshire and Brecon Canal (4.5 miles).