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The RetreatStroat, near Chepstow

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At a glance

  • Outdoor hot tub
  • Themed garden
  • Great views
  • Two TVs
  • Dishwasher
  • Barbecue
  • WiFi
  • Welcome pack

What To Expect

Underwood Farm is near Chepstow in Monmouthshire, Wales and close to the border with England. The Forest of Dean is on the doorstep, and Gloucester and Bristol are close by too.

With such an ideal location, The Retreat cottage is perfectly situated for a holiday to remember. The accommodation has been furnished beautifully, with quality fittings in every room.

With a 6-person hot tub and a large garden area, you can enjoy the splendid outside space the farm offers guests. The lounge area is light and bright thanks to the bi-folding doors, and the kitchen has all the mod cons you could need. 

First Class Luxury

A Hot Tub Haven

The Retreat at Underwood Farm comes with a hot tub outside.

It is in a secluded area protected from the worst of the elements. In front of the cottage, a themed area of garden is inspired by all things Japanese. 

The Accommodation


With two delightful holiday cottages at Underwood Farm, the setting is quiet and peaceful. 

With a barbecue, up-market garden furniture and a swing seat the outside space is a dream. Inside, the décor is smart and modern, with extras in the kitchen like a double-oven range and a dishwasher.

Pet Friendly

Underwood farm does not allow dogs to stay at the cottages. With lots of walking trails available in the area, The Forest of Dean is a great place for dogs and their owners to explore. If you want to take your family pet away on holiday with you, browse through our dog-friendly properties on offer nearby.



out of 10

Overall rating - 92%

Location & surroundings - 95%

Helpfulness of staff - 92%

Value for money - 88%


In this section we take a look at the cottage and places you can visit. Also, what activities the surrounding areas have to offer

Rosemary Lane, Stroat, Chepstow, Gwent, NP16 7LX

About The Property

About The PropertyA single-storey, 2-bedroom cottage that sleeps up to 6. There is a double bedroom with en-suite shower room, TV and patio doors and a twin bedroom. The bathroom has a shower and is adapted for wheelchair use.

The open-plan living area has a sofa-bed, TV, bi-fold doors, large dining table and chairs. In the kitchen is a double range oven, dishwasher and washing machine. The garden has garden furniture, a hot tub and swing seat.

Features include:

Wheelchair friendly

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Activities In The Chepstow Area

The Retreat cottage sits between Chepstow and the picturesque Forest of Dean, and offers the perfect place to explore two counties. The Wye Valley is close at hand too – with outdoor pursuits of every kind nearby.

Chepstow is a walled Norman town, and the castle ruins lie alongside the River Wye. As it is a busy market town, there are restaurants, shops and places to drink here. It is also well known for its race course. For ramblers, a walk along Offa's Dyke following the border between England and Wales should not be missed. For a family walk in the Forest of Dean, there is nothing better than the Sculpture Trail. Spot the works of art as you stroll through the trees enjoying the natural surroundings.

Tintern Abbey is close by, a splendid 12th century building next to the old village of Tintern. It's a great place for a walk, and to take some excellent photographs. In the Wye Valley, there are plenty of adventurous things to do. Paddle boarding, kayaking and climbing are just some of the things you can try in the area.

A Final Note

The Forest of Dean and Wye Valley have been popular with families for decades. There is a lot do and see, but if you want to take it easy, then it is also peaceful too. Walks, hikes and rambles are what people come here for – you can take it at your own pace, but enjoy all of the scenery on offer.

The Retreat is a lovely cottage that has comfortable fittings and a great garden. Cooking up lunch on the barbecue here is a pleasure when you have views like these. And then there is the large hot tub, just right for 6 people to relax in.

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