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Herefordshire Self Catering cottage, Rose Cottage, Welsh Newton, sleeps 2

Rose Cottage
Welsh Newton
NP25 5RD

Rose Cottage, Welsh Newton, Herefordshire

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Sleeps a maximum of: 2

Pricing From: £344.00

This secluded, detached hilltop cottage is situated close to the hamlet of Welsh Newton in Herefordshire and the market town of Monmouth in South Wales and can sleep two people in one bedroom.

Rose Cottage is a secluded, detached hilltop cottage situated close to the hamlet of Welsh Newton in Herefordshire and the market town of Monmouth in South Wales and can sleep two people in one king-size double bedroom. There is an adjacent bathroom. The rest of the cottage contains an open plan living area with kitchen, dining and sitting area with a woodburner.

To the outside of the property there is an external utility, off road parking for two cars and a garden with patio and furniture. Being close to the English/Welsh border, there are ample walks, castles and towns to explore making Rose Cottage ideal for a couple looking for a romantic break away. Note: There is a £20 pet supplement charge per pet.

Pet friendly accommodation Pet Friendly


Comfortable retreat
Hello, as hereto explained, we experienced the following: The dwelling is built like a 'dolls house' the first noticible element is the degree of still quietness that envelopes the place. To the rear of the property a display of a 'climbing rose'. There lies a field for sheep grasing. This is connected to more of the same. On the front side lies a local road used occasionaly, causing little disturbance it winds down with a gentle left slope trailing off through the wood circumnavigating the fields. Back from the front here the view gives way to sweeping views of the valley with elevated terain in the background. The cottage comprises of a stable door and at the rear another door which can open joined to another bolted down held ajar by two hooks, but the creeky noise caused requires the need for the supporting stone. Once inside the room has all manor of necessities. A welcome offer of herefordshire The glass hob is controlled by touch. A microwave is provided. A problem I would highlight here is the plates support, here only the dinner and not the side plates sit comfortably in the wooded recess. The latter handling causes a 'domino effect' with potential for breakage. The sink tap requires another washer to stop the constant drip escaping the fosset. The comfortable stylish seating is of Welsh taste. The woodburner designed for one log defuses sufficient heat. Upstairs a comfortable bed awaits with good mattress and two pillows The bed wear is of good quality and feel. A point here for the wardrobe which only accommodates enough wooden hangers for one. The blind comes with mention of privicy guaranteed but fails to understand that without the use of there is no other means to block out the early bright light streaming through the panes especially during the summer solstice. Now to the bathroom spacious, however the shower head cannot be secured to the rail and once turned on it can only tricle out starting cold then to intermitent hot water. If you open the valve too much the head flips and you are greeted by a spray of cold water drenching you, then reaching beyond. Outside, on the other side of the elevated lawn at the rear, there is a washing machine and dryer inside a padlocked store room with ample logs and kindling if need be. David Page

Perfect with amazing views
This is an amazing cottage that has wonderful views from every window and door. It is away from any other houses down a pretty, narrow lane. The views are over the farmland with sheep and their lambs as well as over the surrounding countryside. In the evening we could even watch the sunset from the sitting room windows which was amazing and beautiful. It is very peaceful with the occasional vehicle going past. We really enjoyed the peace and quiet here and the fact that the cottage was so well equipped for a great stay. When we walked in we were met with a welcome tray with Welsh cider, Welsh beer, Kettle crisps and some Welsh cakes. There was also a vase of carnations on the table. The other useful thing was a cupboard with tea, sugar, flour, spices and oil that was very useful too. There was also hand soap and cleaning items if you needed them and bubble bath in the bathroom. The log basket was full for the log burner and also kindling and paper. While we were there it was too warm to use the wood burner. The fridge has a small freezer compartment which is great for icecreams etc. The cooker is easy to use and has a full oven. It is a very warm cottage and has under floor heating down stairs and radiators upstairs. In the lawned garden with wonderful views over the farm land there was a patio area with table chairs and sun loungers ,At the top of the garden was a building with a washing machine ,tumble drier , sink, logs and kindling. It was very well equipped with all you needed as well as hairdrier too. It is a delightful cottage to stay in and we really enjoyed our stay there. It is perfectly situated for exploring Gloucestershire, Monmothshire and Herofordshire. The bed was very comfortable and with three windows in the bedroom it had wonderful views too. The bathroom had views also over the fields too . One thing that was so useful was a basket filled with leaflets and some guide book of the local area and some maps which really helped to plan days out while we were there. There were also books to read and DVD's too if you needed them. The mobile phone signal was a little variable but by moving around the room or going into the garden you could get signal. Ther is a landline phone in the cottage if needed. While we were there we had wonderful sunny warm weather so visited a lot of castles, and houses there are, National Trust, English heritage and Welsh Cadw properties as well as others too. Some of the places we enjoyed were Usk castle ( a gem in a garden), Raglan castle, Chepstow castle, Grosmont castle, Skenfrith castle, White Castle, Tretower court and castle, Tredegar house , the Kymin and Clearwell caves too name a few amazing places. If you go into Monmouth it is worth seeing the Monow bridge and also to visit Pasty Heaven a wonderful shop in an alley on the way up from the Momow bridge on the left hand side. Their pasties are very tasty. For food shopping we used the Lidle at Monmouth which was close by. The parking is in the garden with a 5 bar gate across the drive in to the property. We would certainly recommend this delightful property if you can book it , as it is very popular and rightly so. It is one of the best holiday rentals that we have stayed at. If you visit the Cadw properties you can get a three day pass which saves you money. We did not discover this until we had visited several properties!!

Magical Christmas!
We have just had another superb Christmas break in this beautiful cottage. Such a lovely place to spend Christmas and the bonus was...it snowed. If you like a remote location, this is the place to stay. It didn't bother us there was no WiFi. It's nice to turn the mobile off, enjoy the silence, the superb views, the walks and to just sit and chat and chill out. We are now looking to book our next trip in the spring/summer. It will be nice to open the patio doors and enjoy nature at its best. Can't wait!

A heavenly hideaway! - we visited twice and have booked again for next year!
This beautiful little cottage is possibly our very favourite place to go when we want to unwind. When you're at work and it's stress, stress, stress, everyday, you can forget all that when you come here. Whilst most people decide to go off touring and seeing the local sights, we literally stayed here at the cottage all week and did as little as possible. The settings are just superb, hidden away down a tiny country lane out of the way of everyone and overlooked by no one. We didn't see a soul all week and we loved it! So what do you do if you're not going out sightseeing? We took leisurely walks with the dog, sat out in the garden, read books, listened to classical music and just completely relaxed and switched off. This cottage really is a breath of fresh air and considering that I am someone who doesn't sleep well and wakes up in the morning feeling tired and achy, I can truly say that here, I woke up in the morning after the best night's sleep ever, feeling refreshed. We love this place so much following our first visit in October 2016, that we subsequently visited again in June 2017 and we have two weeks booked here in 2018. We simply cannot recommend this place highly enough if you're looking for somewhere to wind down, switch off from the world and get away from everyone. In addition to that, you have beautiful surroundings and a full view down the valley and across to the Welsh mountains. June brings the beautiful summer flowers and in October, the nightshade and yew berries as well as beechnuts and beautiful autumn leaves just cover the lane. There's always lots of nature around and about, we've seen hares, pheasants and various birds in the garden. At nighttime, you have perfect peace and quiet, not a sound and no light pollution, you can sit out and see thousands of stars. And even if the weather is varied, which it was when we stayed, it doesn't spoil the beauty and tranquility of this cottage. The cottage itself has an open plan kitchen, dining and sitting area, complete with dining table, settee, woodburner, TV and DVD player. You are welcomed with a basket in the kitchen which contains various goodies, upon your arrival. You look out upon fields and beautiful countryside as you eat your breakfast and then you can open the doors into the patio area where you'll find chairs and a table and even a lantern if you wish to stay out after dark. The washing machine and dryer and logs for the woodburner are located in a shed conveniently situated just a few feet away at the top of the garden. We didn't use the woodburner however, even in October, we were perfectly warm enough with the underfloor heating which is another little luxury of this cottage. Upstairs you have the bathroom which is thoughtfully laid out and spacious and then the lovely little bedroom and in summer you can have the bedroom window open to let the breeze flow through. So all in all, we absolutely love this place, so much so that although we very highly recommend it, we don't want to because we want to very selfishly keep it all to ourselves! ;-)

Beautiful cottage, stunning area
A truly beautiful and comfortable cottage, everything you need is provided, very well equipped, I would not hesitate to return or to recommend anyone to go here. The area is totally stunning, having breakfast in the garden with just the sheep for company, what could be better



Parking Space Parking Space
Linen Provided Linen provided
Towels Provided Towels provided
cooker Cooker
Refrigerator Fridge
Televsion Television



Oil central heating with underfloor heating on ground floor and woodburner
Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge, washer/dryer in external utility, TV with FreeSat, DVD
Fuel and power and all fuel for woodburner inc in rent
Bed linen and towels inc in rent
Off road parking for 2 cars
Bike storage
Hedge enclosed lawned garden and patio with furniture
One well-behaved dog welcome downstairs only
Sorry, no smoking
Shop and pub 3
25 miles
Note: Due to the nearby road and sheep in surrounding fields, please ensure dogs are kept under control and sheep trained and please ensure dogs are kept on their lead at night
Note: Babes-in-arms only
Note: Mobile signal is variable
Note: Check-in time is 4:30pm
Note: Monday and Friday check-ins only

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Nearest Attractions

Heritage Rated from 1- 5 (low-exceptional) on historic interest

Llanrothal Church - 0.7 miles (Historic Church) Heritage Rating

Shire Hall Museum - 2 miles (Museum) Heritage Rating

Monmouth Castle - 2 miles (Castle) Heritage Rating

Monmouth, St Mary's Church - 2 miles (Historic Church) Heritage Rating

Cornwall House - 2.1 miles (Historic Building) Heritage Rating

Dixton, St Peter's Church - 2.1 miles (Historic Church) Heritage Rating

Monmouth Roman Fort - 2.2 miles (Roman Site) Heritage Rating

Monmouth, St Thomas the Martyr Church - 2.2 miles (Historic Church) Heritage Rating

Llangrove, Christ's Church - 2.9 miles (Historic Church) Heritage Rating

The Kymin - 2.9 miles (Historic Building) Heritage Rating

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