Detached cottage near the Forest of Dean with four bedrooms, a modern kitchen and a living room with wood-burner.
Highly rated character cottages, spacious holiday homes and self catering apartments make up our Wye Valley collection.
Ganarew Cottage comprises 4 bedrooms, a sitting room with dining area and wood-burner and an external play room with multi-games table.
Beautiful cottage comprising a bathroom with bath and shower over, a fitted kitchen, dining room and living room with wood-burner.
Well-appointed self catering holiday cottage for up to four guests that’s set near Symonds Yat in the beautiful Wye Valley.
Single-storey cottage for two with a super king-size double bedroom a bathroom with bath and shower, a kitchen with dining area and living room.
Pet-friendly cottage offering a secluded getaway that includes a king size room with adjacent bathroom and snug living room with wood-burner.
Grade II-listed apartment with two bedrooms and a spacious open-plan living area that includes a modern kitchen diner and living room.
Quality barn conversion for four guests that’s set on a working farm near the picturesque medieval village of St Weonards, Herefordshire.
Converted bull pen for two guests that offers quirky self catering holiday accommodation in the Wye Valley.
Well-appointed cottage in a woodland location near the River Wye, comprising two double bedrooms, a kitchen diner and wood-burner stove.
The Wye Valley
The Wye Valley is situated on the border of England and Wales and is a Region of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Covering 45 miles and located south of Hereford, its landscape is one of the most picturesque in the UK. This was recognised in 1971 when it gained an AONB designation to become a protected area.
The Wye Valley is spread over three counties: Herefordshire, Gloucestershire and Monmouthshire. To the North lie the impressive Black Mountains which give way, as one travels south, to the softer rural valleys around Newport and Chepstow. In addition to tourism, agriculture remains an important industry in the area.
Through the landscape of streams and wooded hills, flows the River Wye, the fifth longest in the country. Its waters prove popular with water-sport enthusiasts, fisherman and pleasure-boaters.
The Wye Valley also proves a natural habitat for a range of rare animal and aquatic species such as the Horseshoe Bat and the Whitebeam - it has three, internationally recognised, Special Areas of Conservation.
Learn more about some of the top visitor attractions in the Wye Valley.