Country retreat in historic Monmouthshire

Country retreat in historic Monmouthshire

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2 Bedrooms
Sleeps 4
2 Bathrooms

About our home

Newly built open plan wing of our Welsh farmhouse with fabulous views over a hidden valley. We are easily reached from the M48 old Severn Bridge and so within easy striking distance of Bristol and Cardiff. There are greats walks nearby, historic castles, ancient woodlands and the Brecon Beacons to explore.

The accommodation is open plan and includes an ensuite bedroom and a mezzanine double bedroom. Downstairs there is a combined living area with solid oak floors, wood pellet burner fire, fully equipped slate tiled kitchen and bathroom with underfloor heating. There is also a huge conservatory and a hot tub on the secluded patio outside.

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Tim's reviews

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More about us

  1. We are a couple in our early 60s

  2. Tim is a computer scientist, currently getting fast broadband to rural homes

  3. Jessica runs a smallholding and has a small flock of sheep

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Where is it?

Neighbourhood

Although our tiny (10 acre) farm has an address of the small village of Shirenewton, it's actually about a mile from the village. We overlook a lovely valley with the Mounton Brook flowing through it, and it's very quiet and peaceful - although the birdsong can get a bit lively. You will definitely need a car to get here but if you fancy doing some walking there are loads of opportunites. Be aware that mobile phone signal here is very patchy but we do have reasonable broadband.

Buzzy restaurants
Local restaurants, but foodies should head for Bristol or the Abergavenney Food Fair
Cool bars
The local village has 3 pubs, all providing good food
Cozy cafés
Plenty of cafes in Chepstow
Retail therapy
Cardiff and Bristol are great for shopping
Bit of culture
castles, museums, industrial heritage sites, roman ruins
Walks in the park
Wentwood or Forest of Dean for woodland walks; Brecon Beacons or Black Mountains for hill walks
Spot of exercise
Popular area for cycling
Day tripping
Cardiff, Black Mountains, Hay on Wye, Bristol Zoo

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