This detached bungalow rests in the village of Hope Mansell providing guests with a memorable holiday experience all-year-round.
Whether relaxing indoors or outside, families or friends can make the most of the wonderful cottage and its superb location.
The lovely kitchen is perfect for preparing those home-cooked meals at your own leisure and the L shaped, open-plan sitting/dining area is centred by a woodburner and characterful fireplace.
You can relax here from morning through to evening.
Three bedrooms make up the formation, a front-facing king-size double room, a twin, and a separate super king-size double.
Accessed from the central hallway, each benefits from lovely views and promises a good nights sleep from one day to the next.
The family bathroom is complete with both a shower and a bath, finished to a high standard so you can get ready at ease or unwind in comfort after a long day.
The cottage stands in large grounds with gardens on three sides, where you can simply relax or enjoy a barbecue on a sunny afternoon.
In the area there are a selection of adventure/outdoor activites to explore, as well as watersports on the River Wye.
Majestic bridges, excellent shops, pubs and restaurants will suit all tastes.
Visitors to this area can also enjoy trips to the Black Mountains and the scenic Brecon Beacons National Park.
Spend your holiday sight-seeing all that this location has to offer.
About the location
Ross-on-Wye 4 miles; Symonds Yat 8 miles; Hereford 15 miles.
Hope Mansell is set in a very secluded green valley on the edge of the Forest of Dean. It is sheltered by hills to the south, east and west by the high ground of Wigpool, Lea Bailey and Howle Hill. The village of Hope is mentioned in the Domesday Book and borders the wonderful Wye Valley, enjoying views towards the Royal Forest of Dean. Hope Mansell is ideally located between the delightful historic market towns of Ross-on-Wye and Monmouth, whose timbered Tudor buildings, striking 17th century market halls, majestic bridges, excellent shops, pubs and restaurants suit all tastes. Explore famous Goodrich Castle, a perfect example of a 12th century "Marcher Castle", or enjoy the renowned walks along Offa's Dyke and the Wye Valley Walk. Visitors to this area can also enjoy day trips to delightful Hay-on-Wye, the Black Mountains and the scenic Brecon Beacons National Park. Also recommended is a visit to nearby Hereford with its historic cathedral, museums and a tremendous variety of shops and restaurants.