The Ciderhouse Cottage is a charming traditional stone and brick built property in the heart of the beautiful Monmouthshire countryside, just 5 miles from Monmouth. A lovingly converted 1800s former cart shed, The Ciderhouse retains many original features including exposed beams and slate and wooden floors. Designed with your comfort and relaxation in mind, the cottage also includes cosy underfloor heating and a woodburning stove. Stunning views of the surrounding area make this a wonderfully peaceful retreat ideal for families, couples and groups.
The Cottage has an open plan lounge with gas 'woodburner', TV with DVD and a family dining area.
The kitchen is modern, stylish and is fully equipped for a self catering getaway featuring a washing machine, dishwasher and microwave.
The property sleeps 7 guests in 3 bedrooms.
There is a large master/family bedroom (double + single bed) with wet room en-suite and additional TV.
Two twin bedrooms are also available, one of which is in the attic. Both rooms have access to a family bathroom with a bath and shower.
Bedrooms are tastefully furnished and have down duvets and Welsh wool blankets, making your stay extra special and very comfortable.
A pretty sunny patio area with outdoor furnishings is an ideal spot for al fresco family dining.
Underfloor heating is throughout and bathrooms have heated towel rails.
All bed linen and towels are provided and all fuel and heating are included in the rental price.
A welcome basket is provided for your arrival. Sorry – we are unable to accommodate pets in this cottage.
Bed and breakfast is available for those looking for a shorter stay.
We are five miles from the bustling medieval town of Monmouth and offer the perfect location for exploring the beautiful Monmouthshire countryside.
Head south to the lush meadows of the Wye Valley or north to the rugged hills of the Black Mountains and Brecon Beacons. Monmouthshire has been named the top food destination in Wales.
Visit the magnificent border castles nearby including The Three Castles which links the Normal castles of Skenfrith, Whitecastle and Grosmont. The famous 'Offa's Dyke' Path and 'Three Castles' walk are both approximately 2 miles away.