Tower Gatehouse

From $749 / week



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  • House
  • 1 bedrooms
  • 1 bathrooms
  • Sleeps 2

Bedrooms: 1

Bathrooms: 1

Sleeps: 2

Type: House

Tower Gatehouse

This is a luxury award winning period property, built in the time of Edward I circa 1270. The first historical mention is in 1307, when Bogo de Knovil died and his estate reverted to the Crown. This Grade II medieval hideaway boasts 700 years of history while its towers encourage the feeling that that guests are living in a castle.Tower Gatehouse is the perfect couple's retreat because of its enchanting style. It offers a comfortable and relaxed atmospheres with white walls, oak floors, stone encased windows and plenty of period features. There is a small modern kitchen, wet room and cosy living room with wood burning fire. Guest can curl up in ...Read more

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Tower Gatehouse
Beachley, Heart of England, England

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Tower Gatehouse is nestled in Mathern, South Wales, just a few miles from the English border. Fabulous local walks Explore Great Barnets Wood, Mounton and Shirenewton where visitors can find bluebells between late April to mid-May.Caerleon Roman FortressCaerleon was the site of one of Britain's three permanent Roman Legionary Fortresses, and many believe it to be the location of King Arthur's Camelot. In 830 AD, Nennius listed Cair Lion as one of Britain's 33 cities. Today, it is a thriving town where past and present combine to delight both visitors and residents.Severn BoreA curiosity associated with the lower reaches of the Severn is the tidal phenomenon known as the Severn Bore. The river's estuary, part of the Bristol Channel, has the second largest tidal range in the world which is approximately 15 metres. That distance is exceeded only by couple of feet by the Bay of Fundy in Canada. At certain combinations of the tides, the rising water is funneled up the estuary into a wave that travels rapidly upstream against the river current.General marketEvery Sunday, Chepstow Racecourse General Market is open  9-3 pm, and there is free parking.- 25 minutes from Bristol- Pub within easy walking distance (1/2 mile)- Farm shop and Garden Centre with Cafe within 5 minutes drive- Golf Course and recreation centre within 7 minute drive- Several restaurants within 10 minute drive- 24 hour supermarket within 10 minutes drive- Bristol International Airport: 37 km- Chepstow: 4 km

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