A beautifully-presented detached stone cottage, ideally located on the outskirts of the pretty village of Linton, close to Ross-on-Wye and the Forest of Dean.
Superbly-furnished throughout to provide spacious accommodation, this welcoming cottage is set all on the ground floor and makes an ideal base for a romantic break in a wonderful part of the country.
The cottage provides a perfect blend of original and contemporary features, with a large open plan living area complete with a well-equipped kitchen for those wishing to enjoy a delicious dinner, as well as a sumptuous sitting area complemented by a warming woodburning stove.
From the living area make your way to the gorgeous bedroom, providing a comfortable king-size bed ensuring a good night's sleep after a day enjoying the many activities on offer in the area.
A private patio across a quiet road in front of the cottage makes a perfect place for relaxing with a good book or enjoying alfresco dining whilst taking in the sounds of the countryside.
Alternatively, take an evening stroll into the village and enjoy a pint of real ale and a hearty meal in the local pub.
Also within reach are the popular towns of Monmouth, Ross-on-Wye and Newent, ideal to be enjoyed day or night.
With so much to do, come rain or shine, this wonderful cottage is great for a memorable holiday at any time of year.
About the location
Ross-on-Wye 6 miles; Gloucester 15 miles; Hereford 15 miles
A pretty village located just six miles from the riverside town of Ross-on-Wye and four miles north of the Royal Forest of Dean. The village offers a good pub, serving home-cooked food and real ale as well as many walking opportunities in all directions, with the Wye Valley Walk and Three Choirs Way passing close by. Nearby Gorsley offers a well-stocked village shop with Post Office and off licence, along with a popular free house pub with a restaurant that's renowned for its Nepalese cuisine. This beautiful part of the country boasts many activities and attractions, including numerous trails that can be enjoyed on foot, horseback or bicycle, as well as a high wire rope course, abseiling, caving and kayaking. Those looking for more relaxing activities can enjoy a day’s fishing on the River Wye or golf at one of the nearby courses. The historic market towns of Ross-on-Wye and Newent offer many amenities, whilst the city of Gloucester built on Roman foundations boasts renovated Victorian docklands and a stunning Norman cathedral, whose cloisters were used in the Harry Potter films. The city of Hereford with its ancient and traditional buildings is only 16 miles away, and Goodrich is also within driving distance, where you will find a perfect example of a 12th century Marcher castle. The Black Mountains, Hay-on-Wye, the magnificent Brecon Beacons National Park and the Malvern Hills all make great days out, whilst Regency Cheltenham is just beyond Gloucester and is known as the 'Western Gateway to the Cotswolds'.
Note: Adults only.