Old Trinity Church was sympathetically converted into a home four years ago by the owners. The building retains many of it original features and now includes all the comfort of a modern home.

The open plan living area gives an opportunity to absorb the environment, and is the perfect location for family gatherings, celebrations and romantic nights in. Original features that date back to 1836, when the church was built adds history and interest to all.

As you enter the building and walk down the stone aisle, you pass the downstairs shower room and the twin bedroom. As you reach the spiral staircase, the living space opens out and you can see the full grandeur of the holiday let. 

This holiday cottage boasts two dining area’s. One large ‘formal’ dining area allows you to host dinner for 12 and sits where the alter used to stand. The second dining area sits next to the wood burning stove between the kitchen and living room.

The living room has wonderful views down to the Wye Valley through the very large window that lets light flood in. Here you can sit back and enjoy a glass of wine and watch a movie or something you recorded earlier on Sky+.

The kitchen has loads of work area to prepare large family meals. Black granite worktops and original quarry tiles gives it a cottage feel with the warm glow of the South Wales afternoon sun.

Going up the stairs leads you to the mezzanine gallery with a striking glass balustrade. Two double bedrooms with the original leaded light windows give this holiday let the edge over any other in the Wye Valley and Monmouthshire area.

Between the two bedrooms is a bathroom with his and hers sinks, a large anti-fog mirror and bath, perfect to soak in after an active day or just to unwind in luxury.

Also upstairs is a reading area that looks over the large dining area and the chancel screen that now fronts the mezzanine.  

Further along the gallery is a snug that has a double futon to accommodate an extra 2 guests making a total of 8.

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