This light and airy cottage boasts spacious accommodation and a warming woodburner for romantic evenings in.
Sitting in the Wye Valley, enjoy the countryside views and wild adventures which surround this property. Welcoming those with both two and four legs, tufty tails and fluffy paws, escape with all members of the family to enjoy some quality time together adventuring, relaxing, making memories and snuggling up by the wood burner.
Well-equipped for cooking up a storm, rustling up a tasty titbit and packing a picnic, the kitchen has everything you need to keep hungry holiday tummies happy and full. Dine together at the table and enjoy a romantic moment before discussing tomorrow’s plans and settle in front of the wood burner to warm toes and paws as you relax in style and comfort. If the evenings are mild, head out onto the pretty patio area to sip an al fresco tipple. A BBQ means you can whip up easy summer meals whilst canine chums roam the garden and sniff the air. As eyes get heavy and heads are ready to doze, the inviting bedroom is delightfully decorated to create a tranquil space for falling asleep. Sloping ceilings add quirk but slightly reduce headroom, so do take care. An en-suite shower room makes freshening up light work so you can head out and seize the day.
Discover the Wye Valley and explore on or off the beaten track. Find yourself on a walking, cycling or riding trail and work up a healthy appetite which can be fed at local pubs which welcome dogs. 14 miles from home, the historic market town Ross-on-Wye is a great place to wander characterful streets dotted with shops and eateries before following a trail along the river."
Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.