A lovely cottage, stylishly modernised and tucked away in a residential area of the popular market town of Abergavenny.
The cottage is a perfect base for families or friends looking to make the most of a vibrant town yet being on the doorstep of the Brecon Beacons and dynamic surrounding countryside, with views across the rooftops to the striking Blorenge Mountain.
Set over two floors, there are two cosy bedrooms with a family bathroom, a compact kitchen on the split-level first floor, with everything you need to make the most of the dining area, and comfy seating where you can sit and watch the world go by in front of the warming woodburner.
Outside, you can enjoy the sunshine on the patio in the south-facing courtyard-style garden with distant views over the rooftops, whilst you discuss what activities to enjoy next.
Set just a short walk away is Abergavenny, a popular gastronomic market town with its shops, annual food festival, local producers and established award-winning vineyard situated as the River Gavenny meets the meandering River Usk, which opens up fabulous walks.
In the shadows of the Blorenge and Sugar Loaf Mountains and on the edge of the Brecon Beacons National Park, a myriad of days out are available within a short distance.
You are in an ideal location to explore the Blaenavon World Heritage Site and step back in time in the fascinating Big Pit, giving you the chance to glimpse a different world down the pit.
Take a stroll along the tranquil Monmouthshire and Brecon Canal or alternatively a short trip to the fabulous town of Monmouth, which is a gateway to the beautiful and sometimes mystical countryside of the Wye Valley an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and adjacent Forest of Dean with sculpture trails, tree-top activities and the illusive herd of Wild Boar.
About the location
Monmouth 18 miles.
The picturesque market town of Abergavenny, the Gateway to Wales, nestles between the seven mountains which surround it, with the River Usk flowing through it, so there are beautiful views in every direction. The town boasts a castle with its own museum, churches, an indoor market hall, good shops and a multitude of pubs and restaurants to suit all tastes. Beautiful walks through the Wye Valley and Vale of Usk, or along the Monmouthshire and Brecon Canal are close by or explore the breathtaking Brecon Beacons and Black Mountains. With abbeys, castles, mining museums and a Roman amphitheatre and baths at nearby Caerleon, there is something different to discover every day of your holiday.