This historic Grade II listed cottage lies alongside the River Wye in the hamlet of Hole in the Wall only a few miles from Ross on Wye.
The cottage, set in its own grounds, boasts a quiet and picturesque location with striking attractions.
Formerly a public house, it has at its heart a 15th century ‘cruck frame’ cottage which benefits from many original features including stone flags, wall and ceiling timbers, large bread oven, and a victorian cast iron cooking range.
This cottage has recently been sympathetically and carefully styled throughout to provide a luxury retreat.
For this reason, we request there is no smoking or stag/hen parties within the house.
The interior comprises a spacious, well equipped farmhouse kitchen with an adjacent dining room.
The wonderful snug and its inglenook fireplace ensures a little haven to unwind with a good book.
The welcoming lounge with comfortable sofas provides a good family space made cosy by the wood burning stove, particularly on winter evenings.
Choose from four bedrooms for a peaceful night's sleep, you will be spoilt for choice between two double bedrooms benefitting from a Jack and Jill bathroom, and a four poster bedroom attached to a lovely en-suite.
An additional twin is situated off the lounge.
All bedrooms either overlook the river, fields or the garden.
Outside, discover the large garden bordered by trees and a ‘holy well’, to compliment the nature of the cottage.
With outdoor furniture and a barbecue, you can make yourselves right at home embracing the location in its entirety.
Four double bedrooms: 1 x four poster double with en-suite shower, leading onto the Jack and Jill bathroom with W.C., basin and bath, 1 x double aspect bedroom leading onto the Jack and Jill bathroom, 1 x large bedroom with exclusive two sofa seating area with own access to wet room, 1 x twin downstairs bedroom. Ground floor wet room with large walk in shower, basin and WC. Fully fitted Kitchen. Dining room comfortably seating 8 diners. Snug. Sitting room.