Underwood Bungalow - Tintern
This charming single story detached pet friendly Tintern cottage is fabulously located on the edge of the beautiful riverside town of Tintern, set in the heart of the Wye Valley an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty on the Welsh borders. This beautiful detached bungalow is deceptively spacious with enough room to accommodate up to 6 people.
Underwood Bungalow is an ideal retreat year round for family and friends to enjoy a relaxing break or activity holiday. The village of Tintern has many attractions including the ruins of the famous Tintern Abbey, a prize-winning vineyard, shops, restaurants and village pubs. This wonderful Wye Valley Holiday cottage also boasts many fine walks and cycle routes from the doorstep.
Accommodation includes has a cosy, smartly furnished sitting room with DVD, Freeview TV, video and radio CD.
The compact well equipped kitchen with dining area is modern and light with doors leading onto a private patio area.
Bedrooms include a double and two twin bedrooms, all with very comfortable beds, ample storage space and views across the garden.
Bathroom is modern and spacious, featuring a bath, shower cubicle, WC and basin.
Outside guests can enjoy a beautifully furnished garden and patio to make the very most of the weather!
Other amenities include -
Ample off road parking for 3 vehicles
Travel cot available
Oil fired central heating throughout.
All fuel and power included
Bed linen and towels included
Please note This is a no smoking property. 1 well behaved dog welcome.
Shop 3.5 miles walk, pub 5 mins walk.
"There was an excellent choice of videos, DVDs, games, books and visitor guides with some good walks close by. We enjoyed the Forest of Dean Steam Railway."
Mr Bond, Neath, August 2011
"Tintern in itself is a lovely village, with its own vineyard, brewery and park in addition to Tintern Abbey itself, and is in a wonderful setting in the Wye Valley. It is also central for other places to visit - we went to Bristol, and were lucky enough to see the balloon fiesta, which we would strongly recommend. We took our three grandchildren and they all enjoyed it!"
Mr Drury, Ormskirk, August 2011