Underhill, Brockweir, Gwent, Wye Valley
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Description of Spring CottageSpring Cottage enjoys a beautiful setting surrounded by indigenous forest set above the River Wye, only 5 minutes from Tintern. Visit Wales accredited with 5 stars, the cottage features two spacious bedrooms, kitchen with dining area, lounge with wood burner, detached conservatory and extensive woodland and garden.
There are two bedrooms in the cottage - one featuring a king size bed and the other two singles (which can be pushed together to form a king - mattress topper provided). The bedrooms are newly decorated and carpeted and have ample storage space.
The newly fitted bathroom suite includes a full length bath with separate shower above, heated towel rail, WC and counter top basin.
The newly fitted kitchen/dining room is well equipped and contains an electric hob and cooker with hood above, dishwasher, microwave, fridge with freezer compartment, toaster and kettle. The room also contains a large oak dining table and chairs.
The utility room contains storage for dirty boots and coats, a washing machine, worktop frezer and the boiler.
Featuring a modern woodburner, exposed stone walls and wooden beams, the lounge is the perfect place to rest those weary legs after a day outdoors. The lounge is equipped with two cosy double sofas, stocked bookcase, television and DVD player.
A detached wooden-framed conservatory with comfortable seating area next to the house is the perfect place to enjoy warm summer afternoons with a good book or glass of wine.
We provide Egyptian cotton bedlinen and towels. Essentials including tea, coffee, sugar, salt, pepper, olive oil, washing up liquid, soap, and all crockery are provided. The cottage is cleaned and the linen is changed before each rental.
Features of Spring Cottage
Local InformationBrockweir, the nearby village, boasts a good pub, which serves food, and (a little way up the hill from the village) a really good community shop with a café. It sells excellent bread, deli products, and all sorts of really good local produce, from meat to veg. The fine county town of Monmouth is ¼ hour’s drive, and Chepstow, for both the town or its race course, is the same distance in the other direction. The attractive small town of Newland, with its beautiful church, dubbed ‘the Cathedral of the Forest’ is close, and there is also a good pub there called The Ostrich.
Accessibility DetailsRegrettably, Spring Cottage is not suitable for wheelchair users.
NotesWelcome pack including freshly baked bread and locally sourced eggs.
Pantry and bathroom essentials all provided including toilet roll, dishwasher tablets, tea, coffee, sugar, olive oil, soap, shampoo, salt, pepper.
Limitless supply of wood, kindling and fire-lighters also provided. During the winter months, depending the time of your arrival, the fire will either be laid or lit prior to your arrival on the first day.
ChangeoverOur usual changeover dates are Monday and Friday. Seven day holidays can therefore start and end on either date. Weekends are available from Friday 4pm until Monday 10:30am. Short breaks Monday to Friday also available. We will consider other dates so do contact us if you want to arrive/depart on a different day.
Booking Conditions30% of booking fee is required as a deposit to confirm the booking. The balance is payable within six weeks of your stay. We regret but neither payment once paid is refundable in the event of cancellation.
Contact Information and Booking Enquiries
Property contact details
+44 1291 68 00 49
Location details for Spring Cottage
(All distances and times are approximations)
Getting HereBrockweir is a charming village on the eastern banks of the River Wye and on the edge of the Forest of Dean. It is situated in a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty between the Welsh Border towns of Chepstow and Monmouth, approximately two miles north of the village of Tintern with it’s famous Abbey. Whilst on the one hand remote, the village is also conveniently only 10 miles from the M48 Severn Bridge.
Brockweir is situated approximately 20 miles from Bristol and 30 miles from Cardiff, with access to both being via the M48 and M4. Both cities have airports serving domestic and international destinations.
The nearest train station is in Chepstow and there is a bus stop opposite Brockweir bridge (10 minute walk) which is mid-point on the Chepstow to Monmouth bus service.