CEDAR AT USK COUNTRY COTTAGES
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Barn | 2 bedrooms | sleeps 4
USK COUNTRY COTTAGES PRESENT -CEDAR COTTAGE relax and rewind in this idyllic barn conversion, a compact and bijoux property standing on its own over looking the lake and valley views, watch wild birds coming and going spy rare species,from the sofa!
french doors invite you into this compact dwelling with open plan living room, victorian spiral stair case aloft to two well appointed bedrooms one spacious twin, one upstairs wc , one delightful double bedroom with window overlooking the church of st john.
enjoy quiet private picnics or bbqs and make this place home for a relaxing weekend or stay and explore the wonderful area we are privileged to live in
.Relax and unwind.
This is a working beef cattle farm and in spring the new calves arrive adding to the beauty of this green valley. You may take a guided walk in our 250 acres, view the roman camp, the views of the Sugarloaf and Raglan Castle, you can see for miles on a clear day. See wild ducks, woodpeckers, kingfisher, firecrest and more small native birds.
Follow the country walk signs with streams and gentle rolling fields, or visit our local historic churches of St John and St Jerome and the ancient screen, which are right next door to our to the land.
A few minutes from the famous Roman town of Usk. A short drive will take you to Chepstow, Tintern Abbey and the Wye valley, Monmouth, Newport and Cardiff.
With a thirty year history of hotel and catering hospitality and a love of the countryside, we have evolved these 11th—15th Century barns, bull pens, dairy and outbuildings into six luxury cottage lets.
|Size||Sleeps up to 4, 2 bedrooms|
|Nearest beach||BARRY ISLAND|
|Will consider||Long term lets (over 1 month)|
|Nearest Amenities||2 km|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: CARDIFF, Nearest railway: CHEPSTOW|
|Family friendly||Suitable for children over 5|
|Notes||Pets welcome, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|Luxuries||Internet access, DVD player|
|General||Central heating, TV, CD player, Telephone, Satellite TV, Wi-Fi available|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer|
|Utilities||Clothes dryer, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Rooms||2 bedrooms, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms|
|Furniture||Single beds (2), Double beds (2), Dining seats for 4, Lounge seats for 5|
|Outdoors||Balcony or terrace, BBQ, Trampoline|
|Further details indoors|
Cedar Cottage is a cosy dwelling that used to be the milking parlour, it now hosts one twin room and one double, upstairs cloakroom, down the Victorian spiral staircase you enter a quaint sitting room with downstairs shower room ideal for walkers, and again with excellent views of the lake and valley from private patio and private parking facilities.
About this location
The Monmouthshire region
Castles, roman ruins, historic towns, tank school, pony trekking , gliding, diving , cycling ,fishing, watersports, kids adventure centres, bristol zoo its all within easy reach, cardiff bay and millenium stadium
Croeso y Cymru "welcome to wales" just over the border from england you are in beautiful monmouthshire, rolling fields, history and a warm welcome.
Arterial via the M4 to the capital city of cardiff,the millenium stadium and theatre and cardiff bay the home of festivity and fine dining.
Easy access to the south of england and the rest of wales, ideal commuter base .
Everything you can think of can be done within a half hour drive, fruit picking, wine tasting, castles, churches, museums,windsurfing, sailing, golfing, diving, cycling, mountain biking, horse riding, fishing, gliding, heritage, walking, hiking, rock climbing, hot air balloning, we have just about got the lot on the doorstep, or stay on the farm and we will teach you about agriculture and tour the farm.
Castles, roman ruins, historic towns, tank school, pony trekking , gliding, diving , cycling ,fishing, watersports, kids adventure centres, bristol zoo its all within easy reach
Set in south east wales just over the Severn bridge from England,the ancient town of Usk was originally occupied by Romans around 55 ad in order to cross the river , they later moved to Caerleon to be nearer the mouth of the estuary, where they built baths and an amphitheatre.
Usk famous for its castle built by the declare family, and said to have been a wedding present from Henry VIII to Catherine Parr, is a quaint little town famed for its river, salmon fishing, floral tributes and winner of wales in bloom, its full of fine eateries and independent shops.
Monmouth home of Rolls creator of aeronautical and motor engines again steeped in history.
Farmers markets are a popular place for locals to buy produce.
The annual open gardens is also a very popular event.
Chepstow with its medieval castle and Tintern Abbey
Usk show ground is nearby along with usk gliding club and much more.
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5 Nov 2014
"We liked it so much we stayed 5 weeks!"
When my family relocated from Cheshire we knew there would be a delay before we completed the purchase of our new home and we didn't want to commit to a six month rental. The Cedar cottage was th… More
4 Aug 2014
"Beautiful location excellent accommodation and very welcoming hosts."
cedar Cottage on the Pentre Farm is a cosy well equipped converted farm out building with real charm and a great aspect out of the patio doors onto a pretty conservation pond where Kingfishers are see… More
30 Jul 2014
"Cosy cottage and wonderful views"
We have enjoyed very much this wonderful and cosy cottage. Thank you for the warm welcome and specially thanks to Gerri for her kindness and sweetness with the kids. They loved the stay!!!We are looki… More
3 Apr 2014
"comfortable, homely cottage in wonderful location"
comfortable, homely cottage in wonderful location that is fully equipped with additional benefit of Wi-Fi access
2 Apr 2014
"Looking for a quiet rural break in a lovely setting? look no further!"
Having stayed here for both business and pleasure in winter and in summer it is always a pleasure to return to the farm, the cottages are cosy, comfortable, well equipped and very easy to feel at home in.
The little touches like having a few essentials in the fridge when you arrive are great.
The setting is lovely and quiet but not too remote and you have all you need just a couple of miles down the road in Usk.
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