This homely ground floor apartment comes as part of a delightfully converted warehouse in the village of Redbrook and within the beautiful Wye Valley AONB.
The River Wye runs close by, famous for water sports, and the activity-packed Royal Forest of Dean comes within easy reach, making this an ideal stay for those wishing to make the most of this scenic and fun-filled location.
Access this lovely flat through its glorious courtyard garden, which benefits from a pond and a soothing waterfall, setting a charming feel for this splendid holiday home.
A bright and airy open-plan living area welcomes you in; one half occupies a refreshing kitchen and dining area while at the other side you will find a comfortable sitting area featuring a wall-mounted TV and a rustic whitewashed stone wall.
This layout also boasts a couple of relaxing window seats, so you can sit and enjoy the countryside views.
Just off of this rests a peaceful and well-presented double bedroom which conveniently offers a pristine en-suite bathroom, completing this comforting accommodation in a loving fashion.
Just outside, you can sit and soak up the sun with the attractive pond to admire and the relaxing sound of the trickling waterfall to top it all off.
Redbrook is a wonderful spot to base your holiday; you can enjoy many activities on the River Wye, while the village itself provides two superb pubs both serving food, plus there is also a handy shop.
There is much to do close by, including breath-taking walking and cycling routes available from Redbrook itself, plus the nearby Royal Forest of Dean offers attractions such as Go Ape!
and a fabulous sculpture trail.
Other famous spots nearby include the fascinating market town of Monmouth, being 3 miles away, with its stunning castle, interesting museum, and wealth of shops and eateries, there is also the there is also the marvellous village of Symond's Yat where you can enjoy a calming boat trip.
Take a trip to St Briavels with its castle, previously a Normal fortress and royal castle and hunting lodge.
This home-from-home apartment is an excellent base to enjoy a wealth of scenery, attractions, activities and more.
In Redbrook there is fly fishing ponds 10 minute walk from the property available all year round.
Redhill 15 minute drive from property where there is Coarse fishing available.
About the location
Monmouth 5 miles; Chepstow 15 miles; Ross-on-Wye 16.5 miles
This lovely little village enjoys a beautiful rural location among the Wye Valley AONB, on the banks of the River Wye and perched right on the border between England and Wales. Sat on the very western edge of Gloucestershire, Redbrook was once an important industrial centre, it now boasts two high-quality pubs serving excellent food, one of which sits just the other side of the border, there is also a convenience store. This is also a superb location for walkers and cyclists, explore the wondrous Wye Valley AONB, while both the Offa's Dyke and Wye Valley Walk paths run through this peaceful village. Take the trip into Wales where you will stumble upon the historic market town of Monmouth, lined with characterful buildings which host a range of spots to eat, drink and shop, there is also a local museum and stunning castle ruins. Further afield, the small yet just as marvellous market town of Ross-on-Wye can be found to the north, while a journey 15 miles south will bring you to wonderful Cheptsow, dominated by its dramatic castle, well-stocked town centre and well-known racecourse.