Enjoying a tranquil setting at the head of a picturesque meadow, this beautifully finished shepherd’s hut is simply perfect for couples wanting to escape the hustle and bustle of the everyday. Woolaston Common is home to two great pubs both within 1 mile, along with a well-stocked village store. A great base for exploring the Wye Valley, Forest of Dean and Welsh Mountains, walkers can join a waymarked trail from the doorstep which will guide you across the surrounding countryside. The Offa’s Dyke trail can also be picked up in Tidenham Chase (5 miles) where you can climb up to the Devil’s Pulpit and enjoy views across the River Wye and Tintern Abbey. The Forest of Dean offers great mountain biking, climbing and kayaking. The medieval market town of Chepstow (7 miles) is steeped in history with a fine castle that overlooks the river Wye and Regency Bridge, a racecourse with a year-round events calendar and a museum.
This charming shepherd's hut is surrounded by breathtaking countryside. Open the double doors, leave your boots on the step and head inside. Cleverly designed with beautiful interiors and simple touches of comfort, the open-plan living area offers space for relaxing with a table and chairs that front a wood burning stove that’s perfect for a chilly autumn evening. A bespoke kitchen with wooden worktops and Belfast sink offers everything you may need for preparing meals during your stay. The built-in king-size bed with soft bed linens and blankets for a peaceful night’s rest, is positioned with a window where you can enjoy views of the meadow. A collection of interesting reads and local information is also available. A shower room finished with fluffy dressing gowns and slippers completes this property.
Outside, you are free to roam the meadow; look out for the wild orchids in early summer or enjoy spotting the various wildlife. A wood-fired hot tub is the perfect way to relax whilst stargazing, or simply sink back into one of the garden chairs to enjoy a chapter of a good book. A charcoal and gas BBQ are on hand for summer dining.