* AUGUST 23rd 2019 to 1st SEPTEMBER 2019- Looking for UK swap in rural / Seaside setting
** OCTOBER 25th 2019 to 3rd November 2019- Looking for a UK swap in rural / Seaside setting
*** DECEMBER 2nd 2019 to JANUARY 16th 2020- Looking for swaps in North Island New Zealand
This converted barn (Originally built in 1690 renovated in 1996) is situated in beautiful countryside between the Wye Valley and the Forest of Dean, overlooking the river Severn, conveniently on the A48 and just over 2 miles from Chepstow.
Nestling in the southwest corner of Gloucestershire, with direct access across the owners land there are walks in all directions to explore the area, including the Offa's Dyke foot path and Tintern Abbey. It is close to the Wye Valley, Brecon Beacons and family attractions in the Forest of Dean. The National Diving and Activity Centre are also nearby enjoy zip wire rides, water walking, fly boarding as well as diving for all abilities. An equestrian centre is opposite the house for guests wishing to go horse riding. For those looking for quieter activities take a look at Chepstow Castle and bridge which sits above the Wye or a round of golf at the nearby golf course. Lastly, a visit to Chepstow would not be complete without a visit to the racecourse, home to the Welsh National each year. Pubs, shops and restaurants in Chepstow 2 miles. Farm shop/deli within walking distance.
The accommodation offers FOUR bedrooms, (one with en-suite). Lounge/diner: very large open plan and well equipped with TV/DVD and wi-fi with separate children playroom. Winter woodburner adds character! Large farm house style kitchen with dishwasher, american fridge/freezer, electric oven/hob and microwave. Outside: Large private garden (maintained by local gardener). Amenities: ample allocated parking for 4 cars. Pets welcome.
Great Central UK location for day / weekend trips: Driving times:
2/3 hours to Cornwall
1 hour to Cotswolds
2.5 hours to London
1 hour to Cardiff
25 minutes to Bristol