Holiday cottage near Ross on Wye, Upper Trereece is a superb detached stone built barn converted in May 2005. It stands in its own 10 acre pasture field leading down to the Garron Brook with 2 miles of private brown trout fishing near the village of Llangarron just 5 miles from Ross on Wye.
Ideal for fishing, walking, bird watching or simply relaxing. The barn provides spacious luxury accommodation for eight people and is equipped to a very high standard.
The accommodation has exposed oak beams and provides a large galleried entrance hall with full size table tennis, sitting room with wood burning stove, 25 foot long kitchen/dining room with Rangemaster double electric cooker and gas hob, microwave and dishwasher, utility room with washing machine, tumble dryer and fridge/freezer. Additional downstairs cloakroom with loo and basin.
Upstairs there are 4 double bedrooms:
1 x double with archway to en suite with bath, basin and loo, 1 x double and 1 x twin both with shared access to en suite with bath with shower over, basin and loo, 1 x twin with archway to en suite with shower, basin and loo.
Cot available on request. Off road parking for 6+ cars. Large enclosed courtyard garden with patio, garden furniture and BBQ. Access to 10 acres of pasture leading to brook. Private brown trout fishing.
The Ross on Wye area
While you are staying at Upper Trereece why not have a go at one of the many outdoor activities that are on offer in Herefordshire, Monmouthshire and the Forest of Dean.
Gorge walking in Herefordshire is one of the most popular activities that our groups do, and involves scrambling up a river with waterfalls and obstacles to overcome as a team.
If your group wants to do an activity at your own accommodation why not go for Team Challenge, it ís great fun and everybody can join in. The basic idea is that your group is split into teams with each team having its own guide/scorekeeper. The teams then compete against each other and against the clock. It's fantastic fun and there are a huge range of games, puzzles and challenges to choose from. Some challenges will be mental, some physical, some creative and others just crazy.
If you want a fun family activity while staying in your luxury group accommodation then why not try Raft Building in the Forest of Dean, All the activity takes place in a beautiful lakeside location and is fantastic fun for all ages. Your challenge is to design, build and then paddle your own raft around the lake without it falling apart.
Canoeing is a wonderful group activity. You will be travelling in pairs down the River Wye, paddling Canadian canoes and will be able to see kingfishers, peregrine falcons, and cormorants as well as some of the most beautiful countryside in Britain. Your group can always stop off at a pub for lunch and have games of water polo on the way down.
If you have a fairly active group with a sense of adventure then why not go climbing and/or abseiling at Symonds Yat. It has climbing for all ages and abilities and you can abseil down cliffs with the Wye River running directly below you. You couldn't get a better location for an outdoor activity.
Finally for something completely different you could take your group survival training and learn how to light fires with sticks, cook wild food and build shelters. Its really fun and suitable for all ages.