Ross-on-Wye 2.4 miles.
Settled in the village of Brampton Abbotts, located just outside of Ross-on-Wye, is this delightful barn conversion, April Cottage.
Situated in the heart of this Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, April Cottage is the perfect choice for a group seeking lovely walking and cycling opportunities on their doorstep.
Boasting many original features, guests can expect to find original exposed stone walls and rustic ceiling beams above.
Be welcomed into this homely setting after a busy day and relax in the living/dining room, home to a collection of plush seating to spread out on along with a TV to watch, while the lovely dining table awaits you all for mealtimes.
Prepare a delicious dish in the kitchen next door, making use of all the essential appliances found here, with a breakfast bar to perch at with a glass of wine as you supervise the chef!
Settle down at night in one of three delightful bedrooms, choosing from a spacious double with a small TV too, or either of the two twin bedrooms, with a neat shower room to serve you when you need to freshen up.
Relax outside in the front garden in the warmer months, enjoy alfresco dining on a summer's evening and let your canine companions stretch their legs.
The village of Brampton Abbotts is just a stone's throw from the centre of Ross-on-Wye which offers all the amenities you need for a self-catered stay, including shops, supermarkets and pubs, there's something for all tastes.
The River Wye is known as the canoeing capital of Europe so don't miss the chance to experience the stunning scenery and winding waters in this Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, with Ross-on-Wye Canoe Hire offering plenty of guided canoe journeys to choose from.
Head out on a walk at Goodrich Castle where you'll find Norman ruins and well-preserved Medieval domestic buildings too, or venture into the woods to find King Arthur's Cave before continuing on to Seven Sisters Rocks to enjoy the views up and down the river.
Visit the amazing Wye Valley Butterfly Zoo where visitors can get up close to exotic butterflies kept in a tropical climate, while further afield is The International Centre for Birds of Prey, home to eagles, owls and falcons with daily displays and plenty of picnic spots too.
For more majestic birds, visit Symonds Yat Rock, one of the best places in the country to watch Peregrine Falcons, with waymarked trails to the River Wye and several circular walks to choose from within the surrounding forest, it makes a beautiful and scenic adventure.
Enjoy the wonders of the Wye Valley from the delightful April Cottage.