Of particular interest to guests with limited mobility, this detached residence located at Govilon just three miles from Abergavenny has a large wet room, wheel chair access and emergency lighting. Tasteful specification throughout.
The three bedrooms are arranged as a ground floor single with stacker bed, a double with en suite shower room having basin, WC and shower, and a twin also with en suite basin, WC and shower. The wet room is to be found on the ground floor and offers low level basin, WC and grab rails. (Jack and Jill doors between wet room and bedroom and wheel chair access). The sitting room has a dining area, and there is a fitted kitchen with utility room.
Two car off road parking, outdoor furniture for use on patio in enclosed lawned garden. Open fish pond, therefore children should be strictly supervised at all times.
Inclusive of bed linen, towels, fuel and power. Oil central heating, dishwasher, tumble dryer, washing machine, fridge/freezer, microwave, halogen hob and electric oven. Four TVs with freeview, DVD, games, books, DVDs and CD/radio. High chair and travel cot availability, regret no smoking and no pets. One mile down a steep road to pub and shop.
Local Town Description
This really is a most beautiful location, just three miles from Abergavenny. You are close to both the Brecon Beacons National Park, as well as the Black Mountains. There is the choice of fine dining at both the Fox Hunter restaurant as well as the Walnut Tree.
Outdoor enthusiasts will be spoilt for choice, with the Skirrid Mountain close by, and a chance to explore the lovely Wye Valley and the Forest of Dean. There are abbeys and castles to be seen in this lovely border region where past times of conflict have left historic buildings aplenty. Local towns such as Ross and Monmouth each have there own charm and history.
Rating: 4 Ticks
Amount of Rooms: 3
Amount of Bathrooms: 3
Max Amount of People: 6
Rates: Low Season Price from £303 - Prices are approximate please use the availability & prices link to check exact costs and any special offers available.
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The accommodation was excellent and was a real 'home from home'. The owner was very friendly, helpful and informative. The cottage is in a great location with lovely views across the valley to the mountains. We enjoyed the nearby walks along the canal, railway path and mountain tracks. It is also handy for the Blaenavon Heritage area including the Big Pit museum.
Author: Mrs Gregory, Doncaster, South Yorkshire - Date of Stay: 08/2011
The cottage was new, well furnished, roomy and light. The cottage owner was very friendly and helpful. We had a great view from the large garden.The garden is very child-friendly and well fenced from the road and the little pond.
Author: Mrs Havenith, Boxtel, - Date of Stay: 07/2011
Penrose Cottage is in a lovely setting and the host's were friendly and helpful.
Author: Mr Searle, East Grinstead, West Sussex - Date of Stay: 07/2011
Local Area Description
renowned for its choirs, spectacular mountain ranges and stunning valleys, this amazing country has something for everyone. From Snowdonia in North Wales to the Brecon Beacons and the Pembrokeshire Coast in the South.