Thoughtfully updated 14th century property located within a complex of ten, enjoying spacious shared grounds in the picturesque Wye Valley close to the village of Goodrich.
This property enjoys a fantastic countryside location, just a five-minute walk from the banks of the River Wye which makes it a great choice for those who enjoy fishing or perhaps quiet country walks. The imposing ruins of Goodrich Castle overlook the property’s shared gardens and it is easy to walk up and spend a day exploring the castle and its surrounding grounds. A little further afield, there are plenty of places of interest in the area including Wilton Castle, the Forest of Dean, the ancient hillfort at Symonds Yat, the picturesque town of Ross-on Wye, and the cathedral cities of Gloucester and Hereford.
This charming two-storey property is a wonderful place to enjoy a romantic break. The property is laid out in an upside-down fashion, so the bedroom and bathroom can be found on the ground floor. The bedroom is an attractive double room with exposed brick and an ornate wooden bed, whilst the bathroom has a shower-over-bath and WC. Stairs lead to the first floor, where the main living area is located. The cosy lounge has been carefully updated to maintain the atmospheric feel of this historic building, with its vaulted ceiling, unusual shape, and exposed stone walls. A comfy sofa sits close to the window, allowing guests to relax and enjoy the warm glow of the wood burner, and perhaps a film on the TV and DVD. The kitchen/diner, which guests will find immediately at the top of the stairs, is equipped with a dining table, electric oven, hob, microwave, and fridge/freezer, whilst a washing machine and tumble dryer can be found in a shared on-site laundry room.
Outside, there are well-maintained gardens which are shared with the other properties, offering plenty of space to relax and enjoy the surroundings, perhaps enjoying a picnic on the tables, chairs, and benches scattered throughout.
Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.