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As to be expected from being one of the most visited villages in the Monmouthshire, Monmouth has a good variety of accommodation in the form of hotels, B&B's, holiday cottages and inns. The town has also a good selection of restaurants and tea shops.
Luxury accommodation in family home situated just off the main A466 halfway between Monmouth and Chepstow in the picturesque village of Llandogo. Just two miles from Tintern Abbey.
Two rooms – both tastefully decorated with matching curtains and bed linen: One double with en suite bathroom, a small sitting area and private entrance to garden. One double/twin room with private luxury bathroom containing corner bath, washbasin, large corner shower unit, toilet and bidet. A second toilet is available next door to the bedroom. Both bedrooms have colour TV with video, radio/alarm clocks, hair dryers, magazines together with local tourism and leisure brochures. Also tea/coffee making facilities – everything provided.
Lugano has a flower arranger’s garden – landscaped with ponds, patios and a water feature. All the year interest – in summer a mass of colour with hanging baskets and tubs and in spring bulbs and azaleas. Many unusual shrubs and plants including a large collection of hostas. Guests are welcome to sit in the garden – seating provided. Beautiful views of the river valley and wooded hillside.
Lugano is situated on the Wye Valley Walk and just across the river is the Offas Dyke Footpath. Many local walks on the banks of the Wye or through the woods to some of the local beauty spots including Cleddon Shoots, an impressive waterfall after heavy rain. This is said to have inspired the poet, William Wordsworth
Lugano, Llandogo, Monmouth, Monmouthshire, Wales NP25 4TL
Country Holidays as you always imagined them to be.
Although no longer a working farm steppes cottages retain much of their traditional elements of construction.
The farmhouse and main buildings date from the 17th century, while the Cider Mill with original press and stonemill wheel is of 15th century origin.
Old World Charm and Country Atmosphere.
The cottages have been architect designed and lovingly restored, conserving many original structures, such as the old oak beams and timbers. These and other features are combined with stylish interior designs of an exceptionally high standard to create the perfect atmosphere for rest and relaxation.
Each cottage has electricity by meter, heating included in its tariff. Beds are made up for your arrival. Bedding includes a duvet and linen with extra blankets provided. Tea towels are provided but you are requested to bring your own personal towels. Each cottage has its own key to a discrete service room with a deep freeze for bulk food storage. A dial-out telephone service and laundry facilities are also available. There are excellent shopping facilities in nearby Monmouth. Fresh eggs from our own chickens and ducks are available from the farmhouse.
Steppes have 4 acres of landscaped gardens and grounds, chairs and benches for sitting out and relaxing. Two grass paddocks provide an excellent recreation area.
Good garage and parking facilities are allocated to each cottage.
Bed and Breakfast available from £35 per person per night.
Church Farm Guest House is a charming, homely and spacious 16th century former farmhouse.
Church Farm Guest House has been carefully adapted to provide a high standard of accommodation whilst retaining the original character - oak beams and inglenook fireplaces. it stands in an acre of ground with a stream and well established lawns trees and shrubs.
From Michel Troy there is easy access to the A40 and historic Monmouth, with its unique fortified Norman bridge, is only two miles away. Church farm is an excellent base for exploring the Wye Valley, Forest of dean and Usk Valley and Abergavenny and the Black Mountains are less than half an hours drive. The cities of Hereford, Gloucester and Cardiff are all easily reached. We are only 15 miles from the M4 at Chepstow and even closer to the Ross end of the M50.
All rooms have wash basins (most are en suite), central heating and tea/ coffee making facilities. However, as a consideration to fellow guest Church Farm Guest House ask you to refrain from smoking inside the house. There is ample parking.
Church Farm Guest House offer a good choice of breakfasts and can provide evening meals by arrangement. Where possible we use local or home grown produce and are happy to cater for vegetarians.
Your hosts, Derek and Rosemary Ringer, assure you of a warm welcome
at Church Farm in Mitchel Troy
Church Farm Guest House Mitchel Troy Monmouth Gwent NP25 4HZ
Proprietors Dave and Cathy Bowen welcome you to this quiet countryside a world
away from the hustle and bustle of a busy life.
Penylan (top of the hill) is situated in the Parish of Llangattock-vibon-Avel and was originally part of the historic Hendre Estate, home of the famous Rolls family (co-founder of Rolls Royce).
A view can be seen of the upper part of the famous Rolls of Monmouth Golf Course.
Many walks are nearby with the Three CastlesWalk 1 ½ miles away which links the Norman castles of Skenfrith, Whitecastle and Grosmont. Offa's Dyke is only 1 ½ miles away or you can leave the car at home and explore the many walks from the farm. Other walks are the Wye Valley Walk and Monnow Valley walk.
For breakfast we serve a choice of fresh fruit, free range eggs from the farm, locally produced meat from the award winning butcher in Monmouth and homemade preserves.
Come and sample the perfect relaxing country holiday in our converted granary set in its own courtyard on a working farm. Guests are welcome to explore the farm and watch the calves being fed or simply enjoy the panoramic views. We are a good base for touring the Wye Valley and the border counties.
Sorry but no pets permitted due to farm animals.
ALL NON-SMOKING ~
Outside smoking permitted
Penylan Farm, Hendre, Monmouth, Monmouthshire, South Wales. NP25 5NL
The Garden Annex has been furnished and equipped to the highest standard, to make your stay as comfortable as possible with ample off road parking.
Situated in a quiet, country area, surrounded by farmland. -
6 miles from the market town of Monmouth, where you will find a good choice of shops and an open air market on Friday and Saturday.
On a clear day you can see The Kymin monument 2 miles outside Monmouth on the Forest of Dean road.
Dingestow village is 2 miles away and has a small shop/post office.
Raglan village is also 2 miles away and has a supermarket, post office, newsagents and clothes shop as well as an excellent fish and chip shop and several pubs serving meals/bar meals. Raglan castle is well worth a visit.
The annex has the benefit of central heating throughout. - All crockery, cutlery, table mats etc are included.
accommodation for 2 people.
Short breaks available with central heating throughout, but sorry no pets.
The Garden Annex, Glenview, Dingestow, Monmouth NP25 4DZ
Two wonderful self-catering properties at the heart of the lower Wye Valley
A warm welcome awaits you at our stylish and superbly comfortable self-catering properties crafted out of the historic village chapel and its adjoining local school. Both properties have full en-suite facilities and sleep 5 and 6 respectively. They can be let separately or together for business or holiday visitors.
Set high above the meandering River Wye and overlooking the ancient Royal Forest of Dean, both properties are at the centre of the tiny Welsh village of Penallt.
The Old School Penallt
A converted 19th century village school in the heart of the lower Wye Valley offering fully furnished accommodation with 3 double bedrooms that sleeps 6 people. To the rear of the premises there is ample car parking, double garage and gardens.
Capel Pentwyn, Penallt
A late Victorian chapel in the Arts & Crafts style. Converted in 2005 to a luxury 3-bedroom self-catering holiday house that sleeps 5. Full disabled access, with oak and antique tile floors and a magnificent stone terrace and garden overlooking forests and open country.
3 night weekend break low season - £300 high season - £400
3 night weekend break low season - £300 high season - £400
Well behaved dog by arrangement with owner.
Luxury hamper available on request. £6 per person sourced from local producers and suppliers.
The Old School & Capel Pentwyn have a no smoking policy.