- Abergavenny Self Catering
- Sleeps 1 to 4
- £300 to £520
Warm and welcoming open plan living area with log burning stove, 2 deep, comfortable sofas and a stylish dining area. TV, video and DVD. Open plan into a fully-equipped, top of the range oak kitchen with granite work surfaces, electric hob and oven, microwave, dishwasher and 'fridge.
The downstairs bedroom, with matching single brass bedsteads, goose down duvets, fine bed covers, pretty painted French furniture and full en-suite wet room, offers wheelchair access.
The master bedroom, approached via a contemporary oak and iron spiral staircase, has exposed beams, a brass and iron double bed with luxury goose down duvet and covers, antique painted French bedside tables and period furniture. In the en-suite, with shower, toilet, wash basin and subtle spotlighting, the bath is designed for two.
Solid oak floors throughout and hand-finished curtains, cushions and drapes complete the interior.
There is a separate laundry room adjacent to the cottage, providing washing machine, tumble dryer and deep freeze.
Fine Egyptian cotton bedlinen and towels are include in the tariff, as is the full oil central heating, all electricity and logs for the stove.
Sorry, the cottage is non-smoking inside and not suitable for pets.
A barbecue and garden furniture are provided and there is ample private parking beside the property.
This very well equipped, warm, comfortable and elegantly restored cottage is in the grounds of the owners' house and dates back to the 13th century. Jinks was the family name of the village cobbler who lived here with his wife and six children.
The owners have lavished time, effort and attention to detail on creating a romantic, luxury cottage; they enjoy meeting their guests and making sure that you have the best possible stay. Flowers, chocolates, wine and cake greet you on arrival, as do the owners, Brenda and Mike.
You are invited to use a large part of their extensive, well kept and abundant garden.
Local Area and Attractions
The cottage is about 500 yards from the beautiful 13th Century church of St Caddock with its medieval wall paintings and wild flower meadow.
The Offas Dyke path passes even closer by and the Les Routiers listed village inn, The Hunters Moon, again from the 13th century, offers good food, fine wines and real ales.
The cottage is within easy reach of many other excellent eating places, including the famous Walnut Tree Inn and The Bell at Skenfrith.
The quiet village of Llangattock Lingoed is set in rolling countryside approximately 9 miles from the market town of Abergavenny, offering an ideal base for visiting the local castles and Roman ruins, browsing the bookshops in Hay-on-Wye, taking a walk or ride in the hills, seeing the industrial heritage of the South Wales Valleys, the more genteel surroundings of Hereford, or enjoying the lively Welsh capital city of Cardiff.
Weekly bookings Friday to Friday.
Abergavenny self catering
Monmouthshire NP7 8RR