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Upper terrace area with outdoor furniture and river views
Charming and characterful holiday home in the Wye Valley
Warm and welcoming lounge with open fireplace
A handy island, perfect for food prep
Dining table to seat up to 8 guests
Spacious and stylish kitchen
Relax with a good movie
Lounge decor
Welcoming entrance hallway
Lots of useful maps and information to prepare you for your adventures
The first floor landing which backs onto the rock face
A lovely double bedroom
First floor WC
King-size bedroom
Sumptuous bedding and fluffy towels provided
Decorative features
Exposed stone adding character to this super-king bedroom (which can also be set-up as a twin)
Super-king bedroom (which can also be set-up as a twin)
Family bathroom with double-ended bath tub
A handy utility room with laundry facilities just off the kitchen
Ground floor shower room
Sink back with a good book
Local memorabilia throughout the house
Homely touches throughout
A veranda where you can sit and watch the world go by
Entrance to the property
Views onto the river from the cottage
Early morning mist across the valley and river
Visit Tintern Abbey in the village - simply stunning!
Enjoy a stroll along the river
Canoeing along the River Wye
1 / 31  Upper terrace area with outdoor furniture and river views
2 / 31  Charming and characterful holiday home in the Wye Valley
3 / 31  Warm and welcoming lounge with open fireplace
4 / 31  A handy island, perfect for food prep
5 / 31  Dining table to seat up to 8 guests
6 / 31  Spacious and stylish kitchen
7 / 31  Relax with a good movie
8 / 31  Lounge decor
9 / 31  Welcoming entrance hallway
10 / 31  Lots of useful maps and information to prepare you for your adventures
11 / 31  The first floor landing which backs onto the rock face
12 / 31  A lovely double bedroom
13 / 31  First floor WC
14 / 31  King-size bedroom
15 / 31  Sumptuous bedding and fluffy towels provided
16 / 31  Decorative features
17 / 31  Exposed stone adding character to this super-king bedroom (which can also be set-up as a twin)
18 / 31  Super-king bedroom (which can also be set-up as a twin)
19 / 31  Family bathroom with double-ended bath tub
20 / 31  A handy utility room with laundry facilities just off the kitchen
21 / 31  Ground floor shower room
22 / 31  Sink back with a good book
23 / 31  Local memorabilia throughout the house
24 / 31  Homely touches throughout
25 / 31  A veranda where you can sit and watch the world go by
26 / 31  Entrance to the property
27 / 31  Views onto the river from the cottage
28 / 31  Early morning mist across the valley and river
29 / 31  Visit Tintern Abbey in the village - simply stunning!
30 / 31  Enjoy a stroll along the river
31 / 31  Canoeing along the River Wye

Tintern - Holmleigh

Tintern, Wye Valley
Sleeps 6
Bedrooms 3
Bathrooms 2
Change Fri
Dogs welcome 2
4 star
Downstairs bathroom
Waterside views
Enclosed garden / patio
Open fire / woodburner
Internet access
Pub nearby
Shop nearby
Fishing onsite / nearby
Family friendly
Rustic
Towels included
Travel cot available
Highchair available
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At a glance

  • Enjoying a great location within the heart of Tintern
  • Spacious accommodation just perfect for family and friends
  • Relax on the terrace and enjoy views across the River Wye
  • A choice of cafes, pubs and restaurants just a short walk away
  • A great base for exploring the Wye Valley and Forest of Dean
  • Visit Tintern’s magnificent 12th Century Abbey
Property code: 62377

Enjoying a great location over looking the River Wye within the heart of Tintern, this traditional stone cottage is simply a perfect base for exploring the Wye Valley, Forest of Dean and Brecon Beacons.

The traditional village of Tintern sits on the banks of the River Wye, steeped in history and home to a magnificent 12th century abbey that dominates the landscape. You are well served by foot with four village pubs, and a selection of cafés starting at the Tintern Station through to Abbey Mill, along with a children's playground. A mobile fish and chip van visits weekly and comes highly recommended. For local produce the village store at Brockweir is well stocked.  A great base for exploring with easy access further into the Wye Valley and Forest of Dean, catering for all tastes with stunning woodland, cycle paths, mountain biking, Go Ape and Puzzlewood. For more serious walking, you have access onto the Offa’s Dyke pathway and the Welsh Mountains. And if you have time the many market towns to include Chepstow, Monmouth and Ross on Wye.

Situated along the road through Tintern village, with excellent links to nearby attractions. Take in the views across the River Wye before you step inside this traditional stone house, the entrance hall is great for coats and muddy boots. Once you’ve left your boots behind step into the lounge where you can relax with friends and family amongst the comfortable sofas and armchairs in front of the open fire, this room also enjoys a dual aspect with plenty of light and a TV/DVD. The kitchen/diner is also off the main hallway, most definitely the hub of the house with a large wooden dining table and chairs ready for a hearty supper. The kitchen is really well-equipped with a centre island offering space for food preparation, an electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge/freezer and dishwasher. There is also a utility room on the ground floor with washing machine, this also gives access to a shower room with shower and WC. So when the day is done climb the stairs up to the first floor onto a light and spacious landing where you will find three bedrooms. A king-size with wooden floors and views onto the River Wye, a double enjoying a dual aspect and stripped wooden floors, and a super-king zip-and-link room with exposed stone walls and wooden floors. There is a bathroom with hand held shower over bath, and completing the accommodation there is also a separate WC on this floor.

The cottage is set into the rock face and enjoys two raised terraces. Climb the wrought iron spiral staircase onto the top terrace, where there is a table and chairs with BBQ - a perfect spot for alfresco dining with lovely river views. There is off-road parking for 2 cars.

Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.

  • 3 bedrooms – 1 king-size, 1 double and 1 super-king zip-and-link (can be set-up as a twin upon request at the time of booking)
  • 1 bathroom, 1 shower room and 1 separate WC
  • Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge/freezer and dishwasher
  • Utility room with washing machine
  • Open fire (first basket of logs included)
  • Electric and central heating included
  • Off-road parking for 2 cars
  • Wi-Fi included
  • 2 dogs welcome
  • Pubs, shops and cafes within walking distance
  • TV/DVD in lounge
  • Children should be supervised outside due to nearby road and raised terraces
  • Electric car charging point available on driveway - £25 additional fee for a short break, £50 fee for 7 night stay

This property is personally managed by Mikaela.

Reviews

From guests that have stayed at the property.

Based on 4 guest ratings

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Reviewed by Nicola 30th December 2019

Very warm, cosy, spotlessly clean and comfortable. It has absolutely everything you need with luxurious towels and linens and gorgeous smelling soaps. Great location. We loved the Rose and Crown, a proper friendly local pub with good food. Great walks and so much to do. Speaking as people who usually avoid road noise, the road was quiet at night anRead mored of course we werent there much during the day. It really didnt disturb us. Well be back. Hide

Reviewed by Jeff 8th November 2019

A beautiful cozy cottage in the tiny village of Tintern. Not far from Chepstow and an absolutely GORGEOUS view. Its quite nice to walk around the village, see the abbey or the old station, or just enjoy some quiet time by the fire.

Reviewed by Timothy 25th October 2019

The property is equipped like a home , 3 well sized bedrooms and with a log fire for the evening. A warm welcome received / good food at the Rose and Crown and Sunday lunch at The Anchor Inn after a walk around the abbey.

Reviewed by Sandie 6th September 2019

This House offer's everything you might need for a good holiday, all three bedrooms are large and beautifully furnished. Good walking to be had, good choice of pubs/restaurants. Main A466 can be quite busy if you find traffic annoying be aware, but parking is more than adequate and going out for the day easy to get to all route's.

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Upper terrace area with outdoor furniture and river views
Charming and characterful holiday home in the Wye Valley
Warm and welcoming lounge with open fireplace
A handy island, perfect for food prep
Dining table to seat up to 8 guests
Spacious and stylish kitchen
Relax with a good movie
Lounge decor
Welcoming entrance hallway
Lots of useful maps and information to prepare you for your adventures
The first floor landing which backs onto the rock face
Show 19 moreA lovely double bedroom

Location

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