Peaceful Location, Enclosed Garden, Spectacular Views And Beautiful Walks Form Your back door
Local pub 300yds
Symonds Yat, Ross on Wye, Forest of Dean, Tintern, Chepstow and Monmouth in easy reach.
Wye Valley Tread and Trot trail a few minutes walk.
10 minutes from Kayaking, canoeing centre.
Many local Golf courses
Superb mountain biking
Spacious 5 star self catering cottage in a peaceful location with magnificent panoramic views The ground floor including the ensuite twin bedroom is level for access Oak beams and cills from our own tree.Free Internet access is available. Well behaved dogs welcome. Walks from the door, explore the farm and woodland and see wild deer and badgers Cycle storage available
Modern hilltop 1 bedroom flat with en-suite bathroom overlooking Wye Valley in 5 acres of woodland
Good walks, cycle rides, bird watching, fantastic views.
Own access via external stair and huge veranda
Fully equipped kitchen, Sky TV & Internet
NEW open May 15+
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