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Enjoying an enviable location resting on the Welsh border giving you the best of both worlds with a wealth of varied terrain and countryside to explore from your doorstep. If you re here to walk then you will be spoilt for choice with access onto the Offa s Dyke the Wye Valley trails and the Forest of Dean for the little more adventurous the Black Mountains are not to be missed.
The National Diving Centre is close by with zip wire rides water walking and diving for all abilities. An equestrian centre is also nearby for guests wishing to go horse riding and for a lazy day why not explore the grounds of Chepstow Castle and try to spot the union jack painted into the hillside.
Leave your walking boots by the door of this large and inviting reverse-level barn step into the hallway the heart of the barn light and spacious from the floor to ceiling glazed doors. Unique in style you will find four bedrooms on this floor two twin bedrooms one double with French doors enjoying views across the open countryside and one king-size with en-suite shower and WC.
There is a bathroom on this floor with shower over bath and WC. Take the stairs up to the open-plan lounge/diner a great space to get together the cosy seating area with a warming wood burner is perfect for the end of the day where you can relax and watch a good movie or simply laugh about the day gone by.
A large table and chairs takes centre stage enjoying views across to the River Severn. With great space for entertaining is the kitchen and whether it s a Sunday roast or fairy cakes you want to make it is well-equipped with electric oven and gas hob microwave fridge/freezer dishwasher and washing machine.
Stepping outside the garden is laid to lawn with an open aspect onto the countryside and has garden seating. There is off-road parking for three cars.
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