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The Dovecote

Penallt, Nr Monmouth

A delightful stone tower with a country cottage interior, The Dovecote is a picture perfect romantic bolthole, tucked away in the Monmouthsire countryside

  • 2
  • 1 bedroom
  • 1 bathroom
SAVE TO WISHLIST
£345-610 per week

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Please note: minimum stay for this property is: 4 nights low season & 7 nights high season

How to book

The Dovecote is owned and managed by Wendy Heiner.

You can ask a question or make a booking request directly with Wendy Heiner.

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The highlights
  • Cosy and chic cottage style accommodation perfect for a romantic break for two
  • Nestled in the beautiful Monmouthshire countryside, The Dovecote is the perfect base for walking, cycling or fishing holidays
  • Oak beams and slate floors offer a traditional feel to this Welsh hideaway, with gently curving walls and rustic features throughout
  • On-site cider house and orchard for "Capsy Wennet" cider and perry! Don't forget to ask for you free sample when you get there!

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Exposed beams and dining table in kitchen

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You should know
  • Short breaks of up to four nights available from November to Easter
  • One well behaved dog but due to the layout of the property they must be accommodated only downstairs
Living room on top floor with a view of the countryside

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Wood burning Rayburn in cosy country kitchen

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The detail

An amazing stone tower, surrounded by ancient woodland makes for cosy and comfortable accommodation for two. The Dovecote is a stunning bolthole nestled deep within the Monmouthshire valleys. Perfect for a getting away from it all with a romantic break in this beautiful little building, steeped in history.

Located in the picturesque village of Penallt, near Monmouth, the Dovecote is the perfect base from which to explore the Wye Valley Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB.) Siting by the side of a rolling valley near the River Wye, you can lose yourselves in the breath taking scenery as you spend your days walking, cycling, fishing or even canoeing, before enjoying a pint in the renowned real ale pub, not 10 minutes away.

Come home to the gorgeous and bijou Dovecote, kick off your walking shoes and sit back and relax. From the moment you enter the house, you can feel the soft curved walls and intimate interior wrap you up and invite you in.

The lounge area has a traditional, county cottage feel to it, with rugs underfoot, and an over filled sofa in which to recline. With windows to all aspects, you can enjoy panoramic views of the valley right outside your door. Or draw the curtains and snuggle up to watch your favourite films on the TV and DVD player included.

The kitchen offers a wealth of rustic charm, and is fully equipped for your convenience including a gas stove and electric oven. The solid-fuel range cooker (with logs provided) is perfect for warming some milk before bedtime. With it's heavy oak beams and vaulted ceiling, natural wood units and solid slate flooring, the kitchen at the Dovecote is picture perfect. Enjoy the fruits of your labour as you sit and enjoy a hearty breakfast or a warming lunch at the solid oak dining table, with enough seating for four.

The beautiful bedroom with its curved walls and dual aspect windows, is a charming sanctuary from the world outside. With a brass double bed, and touches of Victoriana throughout, sleeping at the Dovecote will be an absolute pleasure. The bathroom is grand and spacious, with a stunning roll-top bath, enclosed shower, washbasin and WC. Soak away the day in this gorgeous, traditional bathroom, big enough for two.

As you would expect in such a beautiful rural location, open space is in abundance. The large and very attractive lawned garden offers an idyllic spot to enjoy on warm summer evenings. Enjoy a glass of wine at the garden table, or throw a few bangers on the BBQ for a private party just for two. The garden also offers direct access into the woods and orchard beyond.

As you would expect in an area of outstanding natural beauty, there is plenty to see in the areas surrounding the Dovecote. With excellent walks including the Wye Valley Walking Route less than a mile away, fantastic traditional English pubs and inns, a wide variety of wildlife and plenty of historic buildings to visit, you will not be at a loss for something to do.

The Dovecote is also home to the 'Capsy Wennet' cider house and orchards. They have been pressing apples and pears there to make cider and perry for generations. So, if you are looking for something refreshing after a long day exploring beautiful Monmouthshire, why not ask for a sample to taste?

Features
Essential
  • Internet / Wi-Fi
  • No Smoking
  • Heating
Living Spaces
  • Games/Books
Kitchen/Utility
  • Iron/Ironing Board
  • Dishwasher
  • Cooker
  • Microwave
  • Fridge
Bed/Bath
  • Bath
  • Shower
  • Towels (bath)
Tech
  • DVD Player
  • Satellite TV/Freeview
  • Television
Outside
  • Garden/Outdoor Space
  • BBQ
Also Available
  • Off road free parking

We accept one well behaved dog but due to the layout of the property they must be accommodated only in the ground floor kitchen. Plenty of wildlife, deer often in the garden. Cider and Perry produced on site.

Nearby
  • Markets
  • Pub/Bar
  • Restaurants
  • Bird watching
  • Cycling
  • Fishing
  • Golf
  • Historical sites
  • Mountain Biking
  • Mountain Walking
  • Museums/Galleries
  • Supermarket/food shop
  • Yoga
  • Wildlife

There are two pubs within walking distance. Two excellent restaurants a short drive away, The Inn at Penallt and The Whitebrook. Lots of nice walks from the doorstep.

£345-610 per week
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Please note: minimum stay for this property is: 4 nights low season & 7 nights high season

SAVE TO WISHLIST
Availability
How to book

The Dovecote is owned and managed by Wendy Heiner.

You can ask a question or make a booking request directly with Wendy Heiner.

Request To Book
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  Nearest Airport
Cardiff Airport 1 hour, Bristol Airport 1 hour 15 minutes

Detailed pricing info

2020 Prices:

November - Easter, £345 Christmas £570, New Year £610

Easter £445

April - June, £395 to £435. Spring Bank Holiday £495

July and August, £495 - £610

September and October, £375 - £435. Autumn half term £425

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