Abergavenny 4 miles.
A very high quality holiday cottage, in a rural location in Coed Morgan, 4 miles from Abergavenny.
This expertly constructed annex, attached to the owner's home, retains character features while incorporating modern, eco-friendly amenities, with ground source underfloor heating, a complete air venting system and a heat recovery system, along with the highest quality furnishings.
With the living accommodation on the first floor, large picture windows make the most of the wonderful views over the wildlife pond and the beautiful countryside surrounding the cottage.
The two exquisite bedrooms on the ground floor have built-in wardrobes, and both have external doors to the pretty patio areas.
The main bedroom has a most unusual bath, filled with a waterfall instead of the usual taps.
Wake to the dawn chorus of birds, and you may see pheasants or even receive a visit from the woodpeckers and kingfisher.
From the granite worktops to the surround sound system, nothing has been spared to ensure the quality and desirability of this superb cottage.
Enter by the patio doors on the ground floor or the wonderful external stone steps into the living area, and you may well decide to just stay in and enjoy the relaxation, but do take a stroll around the wildlife pond or through the woodland, or venture out a little to explore this beautifully scenic part of Wales.
The countryside walks, the cycle paths, the historic castles and the renowned restaurants in the area all beckon you on wonderful excursions but you will be more than ready to return to this outstanding cottage, not only on this holiday, but on many return visits too.
Two ground floor bedrooms: 1 x double with bath and basin in bedroom and separate WC, 1 x king-size double (zip/link, can be twin by prior arrangement). Ground floor wet room with walk-in shower, basin and WC. First floor open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area with woodburner.
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.