This large welcoming holiday property sits on a hillside area in Monmouthshire which offers up amazing views of the Brecon Beacons National Park near the village of Govilon. With room for up to seventeen guests, this is a great place to enjoy a family gathering or a celebration with friends. With a large roomy lounge, a spacious well equipped kitchen with dining areas, as well as a snug with a warming wood-burner, a conservatory with garden views and a second snug, this is a fantastic holiday home for large groups.
There are also 7 comfortable bedrooms (2 with ensuite facilities) and two family bathrooms. What’s more, you and your friends and family can enjoy access to a hot tub and an undercover swimming pool, the ideal way to relax in the evening after a day out and about in the countryside.
There are plenty of nearby walking and cycling routes (some of which virtually back off onto the garden) and Govilon and Abergavenny are well worth a visit. The beautiful Blaenafon World Heritage site is in the area and it is here that you and your family can experience the fascinating Big Pit attraction. When it comes to dinner time, the area is home to some Michelin Star restaurants as well as great country inns. Cardiff and Wye Valley are within driving distance.
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Situated on a hillside of Pembrokeshire in South Wales, this amazing self-catering property offers up stunning views of the surrounding area which overlooks the Brecon Beacons National Park. With room to sleep 17 guests and spacious living areas, this accommodation is an ideal venue for a special occasion or celebration with large groups of family or friends. With seven bedrooms, two bathrooms, two en-suites, a well-equipped kitchen, a dining area and a conservatory area with balcony, there is plenty available here to make sure all your guests are relaxed and comfortable. What’s more, there is plenty of space out the back for the children to play in which is perfect for letting them burn off steam whilst you relax and unwind in the garden area (which even has a lovely hot tub in it, so you can relax in true style and soak in the views from the warmth of your tub, whatever the weather). If all that isn’t enough, there is also a fully undercover swimming pool for you and your family to enjoy at your leisure and is a great way to start of your morning and to unwind in the evening- have a splash about with the kids or just enjoy sitting back and floating about in peace.
The property is near plenty of great walking and cycling routes, some of which are found just beyond the back of the garden area and are easily accessible. The village of Govilon and the market town of Abergavenny are both found nearby in the valley of the Usk River and is surrounded by Parkland area which sits along the Blaenafon World Heritage Site and is also home to the fascinating Big Pit attraction. For exploration, you can visit the nearby Black Mountains or Skirrid Mountains, or you can venture into the Brecon Beacons where you will find a host of activities await. Food wise, there is a choice of Michelin Star restaurants and rural inns within reach. If you have a car or are willing to travel further afield, Cardiff is an hour’s drive away and the Wye Valley (located by the Royal Forest of Dean) is also within driving distance.
Monmouthshire is found in the south east of Wales. The county is home to beautiful scenery, ancient castles, bustling market towns and captivating visitor attractions. What more could you need for a luxury self-catering countryside break. Here you can enjoy an action-packed adventure as well as a peaceful romantic break, whatever you’re searching for, Monmouthshire can provide. The county also boasts some spectacular local goods including local fruit and vegetables, traditionally made bread and home made cakes so be sure to visit one of its lovely restaurants, pubs or cafes. The county is also home to the dramatic black mountains in the north, as well as the stunning River Severn and two designated Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the Wye Valley and the Vale of Usk. With so much wonderful countryside throughout the county it’s no wonder that Monmouthshire has many opportunities to enjoy outdoor pursuits. Take part in some spectacular adventure sports including kayaking, canoeing, white water rafting or caving. You can also enjoy mountain biking, field archery, a high ropes course or climbing. There is so much on offer you’ll be hard pushed to decide what to do next. For a more relaxed holiday why not visit Chepstow Castle,the beautiful town of Abergavenny or Raglan Castle. To discover the perfect countryside retreat for you, search Luxury country break.