Perrycliff Cottage, from Grove Wood Cottages, is a luxury holiday home in the Wye Valley. Awarded five stars and a coveted Gold Award on its first inspection by Visit England, this exceptional cottage has breathtaking views towards the Welsh mountains and is conveniently situated for the Forest of Dean and towns such as Cheltenham.
What makes a stay at Grove Wood Cottages - Perrycliff Cottage unique?
The cottage has been newly renovated in 2018, and is light, airy and spacious, with a large living room with skylights and doors opening out onto a terrace with outdoor dining and BBQ facilities.
A second living room, smart TVs and WiFi all help guests to relax and enjoy their stay. There's also an open fire, with logs and coal included. It's a luxurious cottage, with super king beds, soft bathrobes and stunning rural views.
The fully-equipped kitchen, with its delightful Aga, will make self-catering a treat. Guests are welcomed with fresh flowers, luxury Myddfai Trading Company toiletries and a welcome hamper containing local produce and seasonal fruits from Grove Wood Cottages' own garden.
What is the capacity for Grove Wood Cottages - Perrycliff Cottage?
Perrycliff Cottage is a self-catering cottage and can sleep up to 8 people in four ensuite bedrooms. Infants up to 24 months can be accommodated in a cot. No pets allowed. There is bike storage and on site parking.
What can guests enjoy when staying in the Ross-on-Wye area?
The market towns of Monmouth, Ledbury, Ross-on-Wye and Abergavenny are nearby, along with the cathedrals at Gloucester, Hereford and Worcester. There is walking and cycling in the Forest of Dean, the Malvern Hills and the Welsh mountains, including the Brecon Beacons. Guests can also make use of the tennis court.
The River Wye has activities such as canoeing, and there is also horse riding and golf nearby, and at the Ryder Cup course at the Celtic Manor. There is Tintern Abbey to explore and castles at Raglan and Goodrich. Activities for small children include farm parks and a butterfly maze, the sculpture trail walk and Go Ape, which is for older children. There is shopping at Labels outlet centre in Ross and a vintage shopping trail nearby.
There are annual food festivals at Abergavenny and Hereford, as well as many country fairs and shows and music and literature festivals throughout the area, including Hay-on Wye and racing at Cheltenham.
Where can guests enjoy food and drink?
Guests can walk from the cottage to the local award-winning pub, The Moody Cow, or cycle to The Alma at Linton. For those wishing to venture further afield, Ross-on-Wye has a great choice of pubs and restaurants and there are numerous other fine dining choices including Michelin-starred restaurants in the area.
Local vineyards include The Three Choirs and Westons cider is made at Much Marcle. The cheese made famous by Wallace and Gromit - Stinking Bishop - is made in nearby Dymock.
Catering can be arranged during guests' stay.
If guests have not yet experienced the Wye Valley, it merits serious consideration - it is a place for all seasons and Grove Wood Cottages will make them very welcome at the exceptional Perrycliff Cottage. Catering can be arranged if guests do not wish to self cater. Supermarket deliveries are available and babysitting is available by arrangement.