Treetops

sleeps 17 17
7 bedrooms 7
5 bathrooms 5
no dogs allowed
family friendly
4 star4 star4 star4 star
VillageElevated property with far reaching views on the edge of the village of Govilon.RuralHillside

Cottage with woodburner, Village, Elevated property with far reaching views on the edge of the village of Govilon.

A fabulous, elevated property, nestled into the hillside, with far reaching views, on the edge of the popular village of Govilon in the Brecon Beacons National Park and close to the bustling market town of Abergavenny. An ideal venue, with plenty of space allowing large groups to spend quality time together, yet providing additional spaces to retreat to and take time out. Set over three floors, there are seven spacious and comfortable bedrooms, evenly spread over all floors to ensure everyone has a space they can retreat to and the two family bathrooms and two en-suites, again evenly spread, assist in the feeling of space. A large well-equipped kitchen in the heart of the property, with dining area, provides a focal point for fabulous dinners or luxurious breakfasts. There is a sun-drenched conservatory or a large lounge, with wrap-around balcony and fantastic views through the tree tops. A real gem where friends and family can spend a fabulous holiday together with plenty of space for the children to play and different zones to make the most of time together. Outside, you have lots of space to enjoy in the enclosed gated gardens, you can sit on the balcony, relax on the sun terrace with garden room, in the hot tub whilst watching TV, which can be viewed through the garden room opening, or in the luxury of the fully undercover swimming pool. Relax in a further garden room on the lower lawns whilst the children make the most of the play area. Whilst the gardens are terraced, there are gently sloping paths linking all the areas, so this fabulous space has so many ways of adding to the enjoyment of this luxurious property. The Wales cycle route and the canal and tow path are situated just below the garden so are easily accessible for those who want to explore the area. The quaint Welsh village of Govilon is in the pretty valley of the meandering Usk River, is surrounded by National Parkland and also sits alongside the Blaenafon World Heritage Site, with its industrial history, beautiful landscapes and great days out, such as The Big Pit, offering a chance to step back in time and actually go down ‘the pit’. The Abergavenny and Brecon canal runs through the village offering a lovely walk or cycle trail. You are ideally placed to explore the Brecon Beacons National Park and Black Mountains with the Blorenge literally rising behind the village and the Skirrid Mountains less than 10 miles away. The Brecon Beacons opens up a host of activities from waterfall walks and walking or cycling around the fabulous mountain ranges. Abergavenny is less than four miles away and is a bustling rural market town with local producers and even a local vineyard. The area also boasts award-winning and Michelin Star restaurants and more intimate rural inns, with all tastes catered for. The area offers numerous outdoor activities such as walking, cycling, boat trips on the canal, horse riding, golf and fishing or perhaps try out paragliding or kayaking. There is certainly an incredible amount of activities to engage larger groups. Slightly further afield, why not take a trip to the stunning Wye Valley, adjacent to the Royal Forest of Dean, two completely diverse environments but both equally alluring. Monmouth is less than 20 miles away, a lovely market town, well worth a visit and opens up great days out along the River Wye, with the majestic Tintern Abbey or a little further into the almost mystical areas of the forest that rises above the valley, with Puzzle Wood being within a 45 minute drive and fantastic tree top adventures less than an hour’s drive. You are also within an hour’s drive of the fabulous Cardiff city, for those of you that perhaps need a dose of city life or why not take a trip to Dan yr Ogof and explore the caves and meet the dinosaurs? A perfect property surrounded by fantastic countryside, popular market towns and award-winning restaurants. An idyllic venue for larger groups and families to spend real quality time together with fabulous days and evenings out on the doorstep or simply relax in the spacious property that boasts undulating gardens, a hot tub, garden rooms and a fully undercover swimming pool.

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Leisure facilities & entertainment:

outdoor hot tub swimming pool internet access tv / dvd

Accommodation layout and features:

Kitchen:
microwave dishwasher freezer laundry facilities
Bathroom:
bath ensuite shower  towels

More about the property:

Central heating open fire Wood stove parking enclosed garden  balcony patio

Best suited for:

families

Family friendly features:

Family Friendly CotHigh Chair

Dog friendly features:

no dogs

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Location:

Govilon, Monmouthshire
Nearest city: Newport 22 mile(s)

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Treetops is a fabulous, elevated property, on the edge of Govilon, close to Abergavenny, and can sleep 17 people. Set over three floors, there is a first floor family room with a double and a single bed with an en-suite shower room, a ground floor double bedroom with an en-suite bathroom, a ground floor family room with a king-size bed (zip-link, can be 26 twin on request) and a single bed, a ground floor family room with a king-size double bed (zip-link, can be 26 twin on request) and a single bed, a ground floor twin bedroom, a lower ground floor double bedroom, a lower ground floor twin bedroom, a ground floor bathroom, a lower ground floor bathroom, a kitchen with dining area and an additional dining area connected through the open archway. There is also a utility room with a basin and WC, a sitting room with a large wrap around balcony with furniture, a snug with woodburner, a conservatory and a lower ground floor conservatory with an additional snug area. Outside there is off road parking for eight cars, access on request to a secure double garage for bike storage, a large enclosed lawned garden with different levels and patios with furniture and a charcoal barbecue, a garden room on the lower lawn, a hot tub and a fully undercover swimming pool. Treetops is a wonderful base for your relaxing holiday.

The small village of Govilon has a shop and pub/restaurant. The area boasts walks through the Wye Valley, along the Brecon Canal. The picturesque market town of Abergavenny is only three miles away and has a castle with its own museum, churches, an indoor market hall, good shops, pubs and restaurants.

Over three floors. Seven bedrooms: 1 x first floor family room with 1 double and 1 single with en-suite shower, double basin and WC, 1 x ground floor double with en-suite bath, hand-held shower, basin and WC, 1 x ground floor twin, 2 x ground floor family room with 1 king-size double (zip/link, can be 2?6? twin on request) and 1 single, 1 x lower ground floor double, 1 x lower ground floor twin. Ground floor bathroom with bath, separate shower, basin and WC. Lower ground floor bathroom with bath, hand-held shower, electric shower over, basin and WC. Kitchen with two dining areas (one seats 10 and one seats 6) connected through open archway. Utility with basin and WC. Sitting room with wrap around balcony with furniture. Snug with woodburner. Second snug. Conservatory. Lower ground floor conservatory.

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Golf course nearbyLocal Pub Walking

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More about luxury holidays in Monmouthshire

Monmouthshire is found in the south east of Wales. The county is home to beautiful scenery, ancient castles, bustling market towns and captivating visitor attractions. What more could you need for a luxury self-catering countryside break. Here you can enjoy an action-packed adventure as well as a peaceful romantic break, whatever you’re searching for, Monmouthshire can provide. The county also boasts some spectacular local goods including local fruit and vegetables, traditionally made bread and home made cakes so be sure to visit one of its lovely restaurants, pubs or cafes. The county is also home to the dramatic black mountains in the north, as well as the stunning River Severn and two designated Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the Wye Valley and the Vale of Usk. With so much wonderful countryside throughout the county it’s no wonder that Monmouthshire has many opportunities to enjoy outdoor pursuits. Take part in some spectacular adventure sports including kayaking, canoeing, white water rafting or caving. You can also enjoy mountain biking, field archery, a high ropes course or climbing. There is so much on offer you’ll be hard pushed to decide what to do next. For a more relaxed holiday why not visit Chepstow Castle,the beautiful town of Abergavenny or Raglan Castle. To discover the perfect countryside retreat for you, search Luxury country break.

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