The Granary has been thoughtfully converted andsits amongst the wonderful countryside of Monmouthshire in South Wales, just four miles from the charming village of Raglan.
The property offers comfortable accommodation and sits in a perfectly central location for exploring the attractions of the area.
Enter this part-redbrick, part-stone cottage and be welcomed by a rustic kitchen/diner, featuring flagstone flooring and lined with fresh white units, hosting an excellent range of appliances to make use of.
Step through into the homely sitting room; offering a welcoming woodburner where you can sit back and relax after a day exploring.
Take the stairs to reach the first floor, where first you will find the stylishly tiled shower room.
Also on this level is a spacious double bedroom, attractively furnished and displaying stunning countryside views to admire from the moment you wake.
From here, an external set of stairs lead you to a peaceful patio area, where you can enjoy an alfresco meal under the summer sun.
The delightful village of Raglan is just four miles away, dominated by its picturesque castle and playing host to a selection of local amenities.
Three beautiful towns all rest less than 10 miles away; Usk, Monmouth and Abergavenny all come bursting with charm with their excellent range of things to see and do.
If a holiday exploring the outdoors is more your thing, the Brecon Beacons and the Wye Valley area of outstanding natural beauty are within easy reach.
The Granary is an ideal hideaway for guests wishing to discover the wonders of Monmouthshire.
About the location
Usk 5 miles; Monmouth 7 miles; Abergavenny 8.5 miles
A quaint, rural village resting amid the countryside of Monmouthshire and dominated by its idyllic 15th century castle. Raglan's village centre hosts a small selection of local amenities including a fish and chip shop, a pub and a couple of shops. Lovers of walking, cycling and all things outdoors can enjoy the easy access to both the Brecon Beacons National Park and the Wye Valley AONB resting on the England-Wales border. Raglan sits in the middle of a beautiful triangle connecting the fascinating towns of Usk, Abergavenny and Monmouth, all promising a fun-packed day out in their own individual way.