Set in a traditional village offering spacious accommodation finished with a contemporary twist, this retreat is perfect for couples wanting to enjoy the breathtaking countryside of Monmouthshire and the Brecon Beacons.
Those who wish to head out on an outdoor adventure holiday in rural Wales needn’t compromise on comfort when choosing a place to stay, and this charming cottage provides a perfectly cosy base for your next retreat. Sleeping two guests and one dog, the property ideally lends itself to a couple hoping to explore the area with man’s best friend by their side. Boasting a remote location in a quaint Welsh village, peace and quiet is assured when spending a cosy night in or an evening dining alfresco.
Lovingly renovated to feature contemporary décor, this two-storey property is well suited to a modern couple. The open-plan ground floor puts a lounge, dining room and kitchen into one sociable space, ideal for catching up on the day’s activities or planning adventures yet to come. The lounge offers a sofa bed for those who may have a child staying with them and a smart TV for spending evenings catching up on your favourite box sets. On the first floor, you’ll find a spacious double bedroom with a comfortable mattress and soft linens, whilst a lawn and patio outside offers space for drinks on a sunny evening or perhaps a meal prepared on the BBQ.
With hiking boots or mountain bikes in tow, step outside to discover walks and cycle paths around the property. Be sure to visit the beautiful Blue Lagoon viewing point (6.5 miles) or experience walks in the Cwmcarn Forest (11.5 miles). The area’s rich mining history can be discovered in the nearby town of Blaenavon (7.5 miles) where the Ironworks, Big Pit National Coal Museum and local heritage centre promise a wealth of information. Alternatively, you might prefer to step back in time with a ride on Blaenavon's 3.5-mile Heritage Railway (8.5 miles).