Thatch Close Cottages
Thatch Close Cottages date from the 17th century and are set in a quiet secluded location with wonderful views over the rolling hills of South Herefordshire.
The three self-contained cottages have achieved a Visit England rating of 4 Star gold to 5 Stars and have a National Accessibility Grading up to V2, H2, M1 and M3.
The grounds lie within an area of outstanding natural beauty, close to Symonds’s Yat, The Wye Valley and the Forest of Dean.
The towns of Monmouth, Ross on Wye, Hereford and the Marches Castles are easily accessible along with unspoilt spectacular countryside.
The cottages are converted barns that have been lovingly restored by local craftsman, incorporating contemporary design and traditional architecture using locally sourced materials.
All have reclaimed solid wood flooring, under floor heating, en suite shower rooms, double-glazing and an air purification system. They also contain Smart HD TVs with Freeview, Blu-Ray players, free Wi–Fi and Hi-Fi’s.
The three fully equipped kitchens contain an electric oven, fridge, freezer, microwave and a dishwasher.
Ample level parking is available alongside the barns. The use of a cot is available at no extra cost. Linen and towels are provided free. There is no charge for electricity.
A welcome basket will be waiting to greet you; this will contain a few basics to get you started.
If you are travelling in a group, the cottages have inter–linking doors, which means they can be opened up to make larger living spaces.
So for example, Cider Cottage can be linked with Brambles Barn to create shared accomodation for 6 people. The same can be achieved by linking Brambles Barn and Valley View, to again create shared accomodation for 6 people.
If all three cottages are rented by a large group that wish to share living space, then this is also possible, creating shared accommodation for 8 people.
Cider Cottage Sleeps 2
A warm and cosy yet spacious 17th Century cottage having an abundance of oak beams and a secluded patio.
Brambles Barn Sleeps 4
Beautifully crafted oak interior with wonderful views and a large patio. Has one double and one twin room.
Valley View Sleeps 2
A successful mix of traditional and modern, and has been beautifully restored to allow full wheelchair accessibility.
Ross On Wye
Ross-on-Wye is regarded as being the ideal holiday centre to explore the Wye Valley, Herefordshire, Gloucestershire and as far as Monmouthshire in Wales. From cider making to arts and crafts, from the industrial legacy of the Forest of Dean and its woods and hills to its towns and villages, all are within striking distance of the town.
The River Wye offers the best fishing, canoeing, kayaking and stand up paddleboarding in Herefordshire.
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