Enjoying a wonderfully secluded spot in the Monmouthshire countryside, this traditional stone cottage makes an idyllic retreat for families and couples seeking a relaxing getaway. Providing cosy and welcoming accommodation for four guests, this beautiful property has plenty of original features including exposed oak beams, a roaring wood burner and flagstone flooring. There are miles of breathtaking rural walks from the door, with the route of Offa’s Dyke and the Wye Valley Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty both nearby. With glorious rural views, the cottage is a fabulous holiday location, perfect for relaxation or for taking part in local activities including walking, climbing and cycling. On entering this delightful cottage, you will find the traditional dining room which features exposed oak beams, flagstone flooring with underfloor heating, and a charming dining table. The lounge makes a lovely spot for everyone to gather around the wood burner, watch TV or chat into the night. Up some steps, there’s a stylish and fully equipped kitchen which is a pleasure to cook in. The ground floor also has a family bathroom. Upstairs you will find two cosy and comfortable bedrooms: an en-suite king-size room and a pretty twin room. Patio doors lead out into the enclosed back garden which has wonderful views, plenty of outdoor furniture, an elevated terrace, a fire pit and BBQ, providing an ideal space for al fresco dining in the summer. Midway between Usk (6 miles) and Chepstow (8 miles), this lovely cottage makes a great base for activities including fishing, boating, climbing, cycling and grass skiing. Other local attractions and landmarks include the castles at Usk, Chepstow and Raglan, Tintern Abbey and Veddw House Garden (all within 9.5 miles).