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Overlooking the market town of Monmouth and famously lovely Wye Valley, these two very comfortable, cosy and attractive properties enjoy glorious views from their location on Kymin Hill – also the setting for the National Trust's Roundhouse and naval temple. Sharing a sunny terrace and walled garden, they sit right on Offa's Dyke (for excellent walking) with many year round attractions close by. Lively Monmouth (2 miles by road, pub 5 minutes' walk) offers good restaurants and shops, cinema and theatre. The Forest of Dean (2 miles), mountain biking, golf, canoeing, riding, RSPB Symonds Yat, Tintern Abbey and Chepstow races are all nearby. Cardiff Millennium Stadium 45 minutes' drive.

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