Fitted kitchen with TV/DVD and dining area. Very comfortable sitting room with wood burner. Shower room/WC. First floor: Double bedroom with king size bed and TV/DVD. Second double bedroom with TV/DVD. Two spacious single bedrooms. Bathroom/WC.
From: 497.00 - 993.00
A cosy detached stone-built cottage situated next to the owner?s home, in the quiet village of Trellech in the Wye Valley, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and can sleep three people in two bedrooms.
Comfortable sitting room with dining area and panoramic views. Step up to kitchen. Spacious double bedroom with TV. Shower room/WC (double shower).
This detached cottage is near the village of The Narth, 7 miles from Monmouth and sleeps two people in one bedroom.
A unique cottage in the village of Llanishen near Chepstow in South Wales which can sleep two people in one bedroom.
Spacious and very comfortable open plan sitting room with sofa bed (for + 2) calor gas 'wood burner effect' fire and kitchen and dining areas. Double bedroom with ensuite shower room/WC. Twin bedded room. Shower room/WC.
This superb, semi-detach barn conversion, five miles from Monmouth, Wales, sleeps eight people in four bedrooms.
This detached cottage is set in a secluded spot next to the owner's home near the village of Penallt and sleeps three people in two bedrooms.
This lovely, stone-built cottage sleeps four people.
This detached chapel conversion in Penallt sleeps four people in two bedrooms.
This single-storey wing of the owners' home is situated 2.5 miles from Woolaston, close to Chepstow and sleeps two people.
This superbly presented, detached cottage sits next to the owner's home in the village of Penallt near Monmouth, sleeping four people in two bedrooms.
Sitting room with French doors to patio. Dining room. Kitchen. First floor: Double bedroom with 5 bed TV DVD and ensuite shower room/WC. Double bedroom with 5 bed additional single (for + 1) TV DVD and ensuite shower room/WC. Twin bedded room with TV DVD and ensuite shower room/WC.
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