Look around £2m holiday letting business for sale in Gwent

A HOLIDAY letting business in Gwent, near to the border, is currently up for sale.

While you will need deep pockets if you want to purchase Steppes Farm Cottages, they certainly come with a great deal of real estate for your money.

On the market with a guide price of £2,250,000, the venue’s holiday letting business, restaurant and wedding venue is all up for sale.

It is not currently known why the current owners are looking to sell the Wye Valley destination, which is located in the Usk area.

Near to Rockfield, it is roughly two miles away from Monmouth.

The entire property has been brought to market by Carter Jonas.

You can find out just what makes this property so interesting below.

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What’s so special about this property?

Steppes Farm Cottages, perhaps unsurprisingly, is home to a number of holiday letting cottages.

In total, there are six holiday cottages here.

These are all converted stone barn conversions with original features such as wood burning stoves and exposed natural stone walls.

South Wales Argus: One of the holiday cottages (Credit: Carter Jonas)One of the holiday cottages (Credit: Carter Jonas)

A new owner would also get the reputation of the site at no extra cost, as it is rated four stars on visit Wales.

Along with the cottages themselves, there is also a marquee set on a concrete base in the grounds, and a licence to conduct marriages here. Currently, around 11 weddings a year are held here.

If that wasn’t enough, a detached stone barn on the 1.9 acres of land is currently in use as a 50 cover restaurant, which currently features in the Michelin Guide, and also has two AA rosettes for excellence – The Stonemill.

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What about the farmhouse?

Away from the business side of the premises, there is also a six-bedroom farmhouse, which serves as the private dwelling for business owners.

This period property is home to all kinds of original features, including open fireplaces, beamed ceilings, and exposed roof trusses.

To the rear of the property there is plenty of outdoor space, which would be suitable for extra accommodation such as yurts, pods, tents, or lodges – subject to planning permission being granted.

South Wales Argus: The restaurant, which is included in the asking price (Credit: Carter Jonas)The restaurant, which is included in the asking price (Credit: Carter Jonas)

Steppes Farm Cottages is currently on the market courtesy of Carter Jonas.

It can be viewed online on Right move here.

Alternatively, the agents can be contacted on 02038 113166.

South Wales Argus | Business