We are situated within the Brecon Beacons National Park which is a superb location to enjoy many leisure activities with walks from the front door, cycling tracks within 500m, and great fishing on the Usk river. We have a beautiful private secure garden to enjoy with a decking area for outdoor eating. Off road parking. …see more
Traditional yet Modernised Welsh Cottage With Private Gardens, Beautiful Sea and Mountain Views in the beautiful village of Llangybi close to Pwllheli, Cricieth, Abersoch, Porthmadog and portmeirion …see more
Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB). On banks of the River Wye overlooking Tintern Abbey. Superb location for walkers with Offa's Dyke, Wye Valley Walk and Brecon Beacons nearby. Detached stone built 18th century coach house. Numerous castles and museums close by. Up to three well-behaved dogs are welcome at an additional charge of £20 per dog per week. …see more
A newly converted, wonderfully equipped, child and pet friendly, 2 bedroom cottage moments from the River Usk. Ideally located for cycling, walking, fishing and gastronomic enthusiasts, within easy reach of the Black Mountains and Brecon Beacons National Park. We pride ourselves on our flexibility and have no specific changeover day. …see more
Spacious 5 star self catering cottage in a peaceful location with magnificent panoramic views The ground floor including the ensuite twin bedroom is level for access Oak beams and cills from our own tree.Free Internet access is available. Well behaved dogs welcome. Walks from the door, explore the farm and woodland and see wild deer and badgers Cycle storage available
This area is well known for it's scenery, being in the Usk valley, and within easy access of the Wye valley and the Brecon Beacons.
If you like eating out, we have a large selection of pubs and restaurants, with The Hardwick, owned by Steve Terry, just a 5 minutes walk Lots more fine dining available in this area. …see more
* Exceptional range of activities available very locally, even when wet.
* Festivals almost every weekend
* Rich heritage features often with re-enactments or talks.
* Many eco-features and abundant wildlife on the farm
* Dark skies and quiet nights
* Farm produce …see more
Visit wales Five star self-catering in the Wye Valley next door to carpenters arms with great food
Explore the beautiful Wye Valley, Symonds Yat and the Black Mountains or visit Cardiff, Bristol and Bath (all within an hour of Monmouth by car).
This property has been graded . We are 5 star self-catering visit wales accommodation …see more
Perfect for children of all ages - 300 metres from public road
Private garden area with parking
Sorry, no pets: sheep and free-ranging ducks
Eco-cottage with excellent insulation, underfloor heating, woodburner and PVs: carbon neutral 5 kilometres to nearest beach on quiet cycling route. Easy walk to iron-age hill fort and medieval holy well …see more
Restored characterful cottage in the Wye Valley Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Set within extensive woodland only 5 minutes from Tintern and the River Wye. Sleeps 4 in 2 pretty bedrooms. Cosy lounge with wood burner. Fully equipped kitchen with modern appliances. Sunny conservatory. Cottage garden with outdoor seating and barbecue
Visit Wales Accredited - 5 Stars …see more
A pretty converted stone barn with a stunning view over the Wye Valley and beyond. Ideal for 2 or 3 people with its comfortable living area, 2 bedrooms and patio. Cosy in winter with woodburning stove. Dogs welcome, with paths leading from the door. . The local good food pub is a short stroll away. …see more
-grade 2 listed historical old blacksmiths forge
-medieval character cottage with amazing inglenook fireplace, forge and ancient beams
-detached pieceful setting and delightful garden safe for both chidren and pets
-excellent walking and cycling from the doorstop
-away from it all …see more
Self catering cottage based on a welsh vineyard in the Brecon Beacons National Parks, fantastic scenery, a pub/resultant within walking distance and great access to the surrounding area. Walking routes on your doorstep, a relaxing break awaits you. …see more
oak cottage- largest of six we have at pentre farm, escape back in time with the oak beams and character of this luxury cottage. ideal for party occasion, wedding guests, or golfing holiday, four bedrooms two bathrooms huge living area, sleeps max nine set in 250 acre an oasis of tranquility awaits you minutes from the m4 corridor and access to wales and the west …see more
Orchard Barn @Berllanderi offers lots of space both inside and outside overlooking spectacular views. A great place to visit both to relax and get out and about with many interesting places to visit on the doorstep. The Barn is rated as 5 Star by Visit Wales. …see more
Quiet and peaceful, Near to Three Castles Walk and Offa's Dyke. Near to the castles of Skenfrith, Grosmont and Whitecastle. The towns of Abergavenny, Monmouth and Ross on Wye are easily accessible. as are the Brecon Beacons and Wye Valley. …see more
The cottage is in a quiet rural area, but is onlt 2 miles from th centre of the market town of Abergavenny, and has easy access to the M4, A465 and is only 15 miles from Ross on Wye and the M50. …see more
Enjoy the comfort of this peaceful and charmingly converted self-catering holiday cottage set in 7 acres of gardens & grounds. Explore the area and enjoy a romantic break for two. Raglan & Usk 2 miles and only 15 mins. from Severn Bridge & Newport. …see more
A quiet self-catering holiday cottage all on the ground floor only 3 miles from Abergavenny and near The Black Mountains - the use of a private hard tennis court and squash Court. Pets Welcome. Walk to The Hardwicke gastro-pub. 15 minutes M.4 …see more
Lovely Cottage, 1 bedroom, sleeps up to 3 (plus cot), in 4 acres of garden in the idyllic Usk valley, Brecon Beacons National Park. Awarded 4 stars by Visit Wales. Close to Brecon & Mon canal, ideal for walking, cycling, golf, or relaxing and enjoying the countryside. Whether you're energetic or wish to relax & let the world go by Llanwenarth lets it happen specially for you …see more
Tyn-y-bryn is a 25 acre smallholding, situated on the slopes of the Sugar Loaf Mountain in the Brecon Beacons National Park (OS map ref: 301165). It commands spectacular views of the Skirrid Mountain and the market town of Abergavenny, nestled in the valley below.
Maes-y-deri has large lounge, twin bedroom, small galley kitchen and modern bathroom and same great views. …see more
Quality converted stone barn, detached yet close to the farmhouse on a traditional pasture farm, set amid rolling hills. Enjoy peace and quiet, wonderful views, a warm welcome and every comfort for a family holiday, just the perfect place to stay in the countryside. Comfortable living space, fully equipped kitchen, 2 en-suite bedrooms, private garden, safe parking, WiFi. …see more
Coed y Gelli is a delightful conversion on an old cow byre which retains plenty of original charm and character with open beams, a four poster bed, a wood burner and generously spacious accommodation. …see more
This magnificent property is able to sleep a total of four people and whilst both bedrooms have exposed beams, the master bedroom also enjoys the added bonus of a balcony with magnificent views towards Sugarloaf mountain and Talgarth. …see more
contemporary garden cottage in magor village a perfect romantic getaway this wonderful garden cottage has been renovated to a very high standard to provide stylish and spacious accommodation. Interlinked with the main house around a courtyard this is a perfect getaway for couples that want to relax yet be a short walk to several eateries. Tucked away behind magor square with a large walled garden to explore and enjoy the evening sun. The village of magor is a hidden gem perfect for relaxing holidays with everything you need on your doorstep; restaurants pubs cafes and shops yet close to all major road links. A real gateway to the south wales beaches and cardiff caldicot with its castle chepstow with its racecourse and the royal forest of dean all within a 30 minutes drive. The cottage offers one king-size bedroom with en-suite. Shower room: with wc. Lounge: open-plan with tv dvd and freeview. Lounge/kitchen/diner: well-equipped with an electric oven gas hob and microwave with dining area. Utility room: with fridge/freezer and washing machine leading out to large garden. Outside: lawn area with seating bbq and quirky bus stop to relax. Amenities: free parking available locally 1 minute walk. Bed linen towels electric central heating and wi-fi included. Regret no children however babes in arms welcome. Regret no smoking or pets. Location: train station 3 miles shop restaurants cafes and pubs all within walking distance or caldicot 4 miles beach at penarth 25 miles. Arrival: 3.30pm. …see more
Set in 126 acres of beautiful open meadows, woodland and rolling hills on a working farm, Maes y Gwy Holiday Cottage in Monmouthshire has a shared hot tub, large play area and games room.
Weekly lets from £540 / Short breaks from £190 …see more
Maes y Felin is a Holiday Cottage with a shared hot tub and is located on a working farm set in 126 acres of beautiful open meadows, woodland and rolling hills. There is a large playground and games room.
Weekly lets from £540 / Short breaks from £190 …see more
a truly romantic place to stay, perfect for a honeymoon or a special occasion - stay in your own castellated elizabethan tower with a great four poster bed. Walk to the village shop, close to places to eat with ancient skirrid inn nearby. The hardwick and the walnut tree restaurants just a few minutes drive. Explore the black mountains and the brecon beacons national park. Near llantony valley. Abergavenny only 5 miles, hereford 19 miles. …see more
A luxurious and romantic self-catering holiday cottage, a great bolthole in beautiful well kept gardens and close to The River Usk Walk. Ideal for a weekend as only 20 minutes from The Severn Bridge and 10 minutes to Abergavenny. Walk to The Black Bear in Bettws Newydd and within easy driving distance of several other award winning restaurants and pubs.
A very pretty self-catering holiday cottage beside Grosmont Castle part of The Three Castles Walk, Offa's Dyke Path - excellent village shop and pub The Angel. Abergavenny 10 miles, Offa's Dyke Path, Black Mountains, Hereford Marches . …see more
A interesting self-catering holiday cottage traditionally restored and close to Usk Castle, originally a working watermill and dating from Tudor times. Some quirky features with a Red Telephone Box as a Shower Cubicle. Usk Town 1 mile, only 2 miles from Celtic Manor Golf and 15 minutes from The Severn Bridge. …see more
With two en-suite bedrooms this converted barn, all ground floor, is a peaceful & pretty location close to remains of Clydach Ironworks and beside the beautiful river Clydach. Near The World Heritage Site, Blaenafon, Big Pit, Crickhowell & Abergavenny. …see more
Pets are welcome at this warm and spacious converted barn - all on one floor with a sunny terrace and enclosed garden. A private tennis court & squash court for active visitors; The Hardwicke gastro-pub nearby. Abergavenny 3 miles. M4 less 20 minutes.
Set in a superb position with spectacular panoramic views across the rolling countryside, a spacious and friendly farmhouse with miles of walking from the door. Foot paths lead directly to Offa's Dyke Path and The Llantony Valley. …see more
A very pretty self catering holiday cottage in a lovely setting a few minutes walk to the Michelin Star WalnutTree Gastro-pub/restaurant. The perfect place to stay for Food Lovers with The Bell at Skenfrith also just up the road. Abergavenny 3 miles …see more
A gorgeous, secluded romantic self-catering barn in a " picture-book" location with stunning panoramic views over The Black Mountains - perfect for a break for two. Pets Welcome. Skirrid Mountain, Great walking country. Abergavenny 7 miles. …see more
A beautifully restored 15th Century Cider House - spacious, well equipped and comfortable. The holiday cottage is close to the Skirrid Mountain, Sugar Loaf, Llantony Valley, Offa's Dyke Path in The Black Mountains. Abergavenny, famed for the food festival is just 5 miles, and close to the Crown at Pant-y-Gelli. …see more