Peacefully tucked away and surrounded by well stocked cottage gardens, this traditional stone cottage with its ancient roots has been finished with an interesting collection of artworks, rustic homewares and salvage yard treasures.
The peaceful hamlet of Llanwarne set within the heart of the rich Herefordshire countryside set on five ley lines where you can enjoy a wealth of walking from your front door, Also, within easy reach the Offa’s Dyke, Wye Valley Way and the Forest of Dean, and, for those looking for more challenging climbs you are within easy reach for the Brecon Beacons National Park. For family fun there is kayaking available on the River Wye from both Symonds Yat and Glasbury, rock climbing and mountain biking in the Forest of Dean. There are many traditional market towns to include Hay-on-Wye known as the town of books and home of the renowned literary festival.
This cottage has been finished with a contemporary style, the owners are art-designers, and this has had a great influence on the overall style. The side entrance will give access to the kitchen equipped with double electric oven and induction hob, fridge, dishwasher and Nespresso machine. A rustic table and chairs which is perfect for a quick morning coffee. For more formal dining a dining room finished in rich colours, warmed with a wood burner and overlooking the gardens. For relaxing a spacious lounge with large sofas which you can sink back into in front of the wood burner along with a TV and DVD player. The original front door opens onto the cottage gardens which is perfect for entertaining. There is also a utility room with freezer and washer/dryer and a shower room with shower and WC. So, when the day is done climb the stairs where you will find two bedrooms, both king size rooms enjoying garden views. A third room which is a study, but whose sofa can turn into a single bed - good for an extra adult or child. This room is a great thinking, planning and writing room. There is an upstairs bathroom with good deep bath and WC.
The enclosed garden is pretty, with rose-clad walls, acers, laurels and alliums, attracting a wide variety of birds. When the sun shines, it is in the garden for most of the day, and plenty of places to sit out mean that you can enjoy both sun and shade. There is parking for 2 cars. For wine enthusiasts why not visit the owner’s vineyard where you can sample the local wines and enjoy a tasting and vineyard walk (by prior arrangement and time of year).
Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.