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Deep in the hidden Llangovan Valley outside Monmouth, Orchard House is part of a farm where cider apples are grown and Spanish horses are bred and classically trained. The owners live in the nearby converted barns. The extensive grounds contain fields, walking trails, Llangovan Brook, 40 acres of cider apple trees and the beautiful Gaer Wood (Gaer meaning Fort) unimpeded views of the Brecon Beacons, and in springtime an unbeatable display of the increasingly rare British Bluebell – it’s worth visiting for the scent alone.
The house is a luxurious, light-filled, 10 bedroom, 8 bathroom retreat with games room, large screen tv room,easy accessed disabled facilities and panoramic views without traffic or noise. For lovers of “Dark Skies” and unspoiled countryside it’s a rare gem. For this reason it is not suitable for amplified music or raucous parties.
The accommodation sleeps up to 24 people and is ideal for family occasions, birthday celebrations, reunions, and holiday breaks. You can walk through the fields into your own private woodland, bike on traffic free lanes, canoe or cruise the nearby River Wye, enjoy unlimited local activities and award winning pubs and restaurants. If you want something a little less energetic you can just wind down and take a drink on the terrace watching the buzzards drift lazily over the acres of cider orchards below you with nothing but the sounds of the horses in the neighbouring fields.
Designated a remarkable natural landscape in an area of outstanding natural beauty, Orchard House lies 10 minutes from Monmouth and 20 minutes from the Severn Bridge.