Large Cottages In Monmouthshire To Rent
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Colin - verified booking
"We really enjoyed our stay at Woodside on the Kymin, for us it was a late booking and great it was available.The Cottage was easy enough to find, and while the drive up is steep and a bit of reversing is required to get you round the corners, it was accessible enough, wouldn't recommend taking wide or long vehicles though - as highlighted in the instructions.There are 4 bedrooms, all nicely decorated, lots of wood and white paint to give the cottage feeling, the beds (and i can't stress this enough) were very comfortable, not the usual holiday let variety of wire springs poking through thin padding!The bathrooms are great, good hot showers.The Kitchen dinner (which along with the lounge and veranda) is upstairs, and is well equiped and clean. The Veranda offers great views out over Monmouth and even as far the Sugarloaf near Abergavenny.We had one problem with the shower not turning off and dripping continually, i emailed the owner - Anwen, and she organised a plumber who turned up almost immediately! how good is that?!There are some lovely walks up to the NT Round House and there are woods to walk round with bits of Offa's dike path, you can walk into Monmouth down a footpath leading off the road up the Kymon, but we found it over grown and steep, on the return we choose to use the bridleway that comes out near the NT Roundhouse - a very pleasant if hilly walk. We also cycled down into Monmouth and the Forest of Dean, the main road (the short bit you are on) is busy and does have lots of heavy traffic on it - must be a quarry close by so we choose to return via the back of the Kymin, there are loads of forest fire roads to use so you can pretty much avoid the main road.All in all a great holiday cottage with loads to recommend it and the surrounding area."
Previous guest - verified booking
"A roomy, comfortable, beautiful holiday let affording unusual accommodation - converted wing with vaulted ceiling in a house full of history- in amazing grounds. Something for all ages, assuming a love of magnificent country side, including rowing on a lake 200 yards away through the fields. We had a change round in the party, due to work and commitments, and Stable Court happily housed residents of seven months to seventy, enchanting us all. It was light and well heated with the added advantage of a big log burner for cosy evenings. The Bosanquets could not do enough to help us. We bought lovely eggs from them too and, through the excellent local shop found Bromfields Butchers at Gilwern where we purchased bacon, sausage and other goodies. Apart from exploring the wonderful estate, local church and wandering to the Somerset Arms, we visited Raglan Castle- super for all ages- Tintern Abbey, Tintern Parva with wine and lambs, the Old Station at Tintern and Abergavenny. Wernddu vineyard at Pen-y-clawdd is also to be recommended. Some of the party also went clay pigeon shooting -details in the visitors’ book. April 2012."
Petrina - verified booking
"S25826 is most definitely home from home. You can literally turn up with your bag of clothes and start enjoying your holiday straight away. The kitchen is very well equipped and with a local shop just down the road (supermarkets are a short distance away) you can very quickly get settled in. The view is incredible in the daytime and in the dark, leaving you feeling remotely tucked away but the reality is everything you need is close by and the main roads to anywhere just a few minutes away. Although this is described as a cottage you need not worry about low ceilings and claustrophobic rooms. This property has very generous living and sleeping areas with higher ceilings too but without losing any of it's cottagey charm. The garden is beautiful and I would imagine it is a real treat in the summer. The dog run and kennel was very handy too. We considered taking up squatters rights and staying for ever. There isn't a single reason I can think of for not going back to S25826, although I imagine it will be very popular and difficult to get a slot very soon!!!"
Patricia - verified booking
"The location cannot be faulted and the hosts were very friendly and helpful; the views were stunning and a variety of bird life visited the garden. The cottage was peaceful and quiet and the lights of Abergavenny in the distance gave it a fairytale appeal. The water system for the shower and the bath was quirky but one quickly adapted. The only slight drawback was the lack of secondary heating for the conservatory/dining room. It took a while for the heat from the lounge to permeate in the morning and in the evenings leaving the door open made one area of the lounge cold; a situation easily fixed with a fan heater at certain times. Overall, we much enjoyed our stay and would highly recommend it. We will certainly be back in the future to use it as a base for visiting/entertaining our daughter and her family in Cardiff, which is only an hour away. Poor weather prevented us from doing much walking but did try the old railway line and a walk round keepers pond. The Big Pit Museum at Blaenavon was well worth the visit."
Mr East - verified booking
"The bungalow is set in a quiet location just off the main Monmouth/Chepstow road at Tintern with a woodland backdrop where the air you breath is clean and fresh. There are numerous local woodland walks ideal if you like trekking, bear in mind that the local terrain can be steep in places. Tintern Abbey is about a 10 minute walk down the road next to the River Wye which runs through the village. Tintern has with a couple of nice pubs The Anchor and The Rose and Crown (Steak pub) serving a good standard of food. Close by are shops selling reasonably priced souveneirs and one where milk and bread can be purchased. If the weather is sunny and warm the River Wye glistens, the local scenery is beautiful at any time. Nearby are Chepstow Castle and Raglan Castle both well worth a visit as is the fascinating Littledean Jail an 18th century prison at Liitledean (Crime artifacts and pop memorabilia) If you want a quiet relaxing hoilday this is the ideal place and location."