Big Holiday House for Family Groups near Monmouth in Wales
Holiday Rental for Groups of Families and Friends. The Coach House, Monmouth, Wales, sleeps 7 - 20 in 7 bedrooms.
This is a wonderful opportunity to stay in a very unique property. Detached, spacious,and very comfortable, The Coach House is located approximately one mile from the vibrant town of Monmouth in the Wye Valley - and but a short drive from all the attractions in the Forest of Dean. Surrounded by beautiful countryside, within the grounds of the famous Rockfield Recording Studios who have and still play host to many famous and infamous recording artists such as, Queen, Elaine Paige, Annie Lennox, Robbie Williams, Robert Plant & Nigel Kennedy. They have all been there.
Its friendly and relaxed atmosphere is ideal for group holidays such as family get-togethers, reunions, birthdays, hen or stag groups, walkers. Most popular walks from this location are in the Wye Valley, Offa's Dyke and the famous Three Castles walk. Canoeing available from Monmouth; cycling, Go -Ape and much more in the Forest of Dean
The accommodation comprises 7 bedrooms with en-suites bathrooms/showers accommodating groups of up to 16.
There are 7 comfortably furnished bedrooms: 2 family rooms, 3 twin rooms and 2 double rooms with Jacuzzi baths and power showers also TV, telephone and tea/coffee making facilities. Wheel chair access is available into two of the double bedrooms. 5 of the bedrooms are large enough to take extra beds for children if required.
Lounge has comfy sofas, spacious, with a wood burning stove and equipped with Satellite TV, DVD, video player and stereo player. Kick off your shoes and relax.
Dining room offers a cosy wood burning stove, dining table and seating for up to 20 people.
Kitchen is fully equipped, off dining room.
The vibrant market town of Monmouth is only two miles from the property and the motorway networks north and south make it very accessible for Bristol, Hereford, Cardiff and Birmingham. The nearest train stations are in Newport, Chepstow, Abergavenny, Hereford and Gloucester.