This is an incredibly unique property with exciting modern features that makes it a great place to stay in the village of Llanishen near Chepstow.
The cottage is light, peaceful and stylish.
Oak beams and a hand crafted oak staircase are counterpoised with very modern and eco-friendly facilities such as superfast broadband, ground source underfloor heating and solar-powered velux windows and blinds.
All rooms have their own thermostats so they can be controlled individually, and they are all very bright and draw in tonnes of natural sunlight.
There is one bedroom, a cosy king-size double with flat screen Smart TV.
There is a fully fitted kitchen that has been furnished to an incredibly high standard and has all necessary kitchen utensils, as well as dining table with room for two.
The sitting room has a large corner sofa, wooden beams on show, and a Smart TV, making this the ideal family room in which to relax after a tiring day of exploring.
There is a garden area outside the property complete with a cherry tree of course, as well as a patio area with furniture so you can relax if the weather is inviting enough.
The surrounding countryside and nearby Wye Valley make this the perfect location for taking long walks and going on bike rides, as such the owner has gone to the trouble of installing a bike shed outside the property to protect against the elements.
Venture the short distance into the historic town of Chepstow where you can see ruins, museums, stroll along the high street and see Chepstow Castle.
This modern and unique property is great for short family breaks away to the country, where you will have a comfortable and fully equipped home to come back to.
One bedroom: 1 x king-size double (zip/link, can be twin on request). Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Kitchen with dining area. Sitting room.
About the location
Chepstow 7 miles.
The scattered, pretty village of Llanishen is set in the wonderful Wye Valley, an outstanding area of beauty. With a post office/shop, a petrol station with shop and a fine restaurant/pub, Llanishen has plenty to offer visitors to the area. This beautiful part of Wales offers wonderful walks in magnificent scenery all year round, and a variety of days out for the lovers of history with its array of fine castles, prehistoric caves, Iron Age hillforts and the Blaenavon Iron Works, to name but a few. The delights of Chepstow with its fine shopping and the even finer racecourse are close by as is the equally charming town of Monmouth. A peacefully enchanting visit to Tintern Abbey is a must, as is a round of golf at the Celtic Manor course where the Ryder Cup was held in 2011. All in all, there is something for everyone in this wonderful part of Wales and you will find it a perfect base all year round.