Set at the end of a row of terraced cottages on a quiet, private pathway in the centre of Monmouth is this lovely property.
You will feel at home immediately on entering this cottage which is full of character with its beamed ceilings and old cast iron fireplaces.
The perfect base for couples or small families wishing to explore this wonderful area, there are two well-furnished bedrooms with a Jack-and-Jill bathroom with roll-top bath.
The ground floor is spacious and offers a well-equipped kitchen with gas range cooker and a dining area.
The charming sitting room with oak floors and comfy sofas boasts a warming woodburning stove and is ideal for those relaxing days in front of the TV.
French doors lead to the rear garden where you can enjoy sitting outside with a coffee or a glass of wine or even fire up the barbecue and enjoy some alfresco dining.
Visit the picturesque town of Monmouth which is just a couple of minutes’ walk and is home to a range of fabulous bars and restaurants to suit all tastes.
Try the many outdoor activities available nearby, including a couple of golf courses and superb walking and cycling country.
After a busy day, return to this superb cottage to relax, unwind and plan your next day’s activities.
Two bedrooms with Jack-and-Jill access to bathroom: 1 x super king-size double, 1 x double. Bathroom with roll-top bath, shower over, basin and WC. Kitchen with dining area. Sitting room with woodburning stove. Travel cot on request
About the location
Ross-on-Wye 10 miles; Usk, 14.5 miles; Abergavenny 18.5 miles.
An intriguing market town on the border between Wales and England and close to the exceptional Offa’s Dyke, this wonderful town combines old and new, from the old castle ruins to the vibrant weekly market. Located at the confluence of 3 rivers – the Wye, the Monnow and the Trothy, it is an excellent base to enjoy river boating, scenic walks and a little shopping too, or to sit and relax on the edge of the river and watch the rowers who regularly race and practise their skills. Monmouth is most famous as the birthplace of Henry V and offers the opportunity to see historic buildings, the preserved medieval 13th century bridge over the river Monnow (the only one of its kind in Britain) and the famous Nelson Garden. This is truly a small town with a huge array of interesting sights to visit. The surrounding areas are steeped in history too and short drives will take you to nearby Usk, Abergavenny, Ross-on-Wye and even into the spectacular Brecon Beacons, Forest of Dean and Wye Valley. A perfect location with so much to see for all ages.
Note: No children under 8.