Cosy one bedroom cottages based on a Vineyard at the foot of Sugar Loaf Mountain, Abergavenny. Fantastic scenery , great walks and a local pub/resultant on your doorstep. A relaxing rural retreat with Abergavenny town close by. Plenty of walks from your doorstep, lots …see more
Our self-catering cottage sleeps 2 in a simple but cosy environment. There is a large living room with dining area and a wood burning stove (wood nearby). There is a double bed on the mezzanine floor which can be used as two singles if required. Free WiFi, there is a T …see more
Wow! is all we keep saying...we had a great holiday, a week at the beginning of June 2013 staying in Shepherds cottage. which was cosy and homely with everything you need. The owners are very laid ba… More
Rectory Cottage is a two bedroom self-catering modern cottage in the grounds of the 17th Century Old Rectory Bed & Breakfast. It is in an excellent location between Abergavenny, Raglan and Monmouth. The cottage has one double bedroom and one small bunk bedroom with adul …see more
A great holiday flat ideal for two adults and two children.
The flat was clean throughout and very comfortable with full kitchen facilities.
The chickens and garden with trampoline were an added b… More
Thank you for your lovely review, I do hope you can return soon.
Reviewed 18 Apr 2013
Me and my boyfriend stayed at the Old Rectory couple of weeks ago, and what can I say it was brilliant. It was just what we wanted peaceful, tranquil and the scenery was just beautiful.
Kate the own… More
Thank you for your lovely comments. We hope to see you again soon!
“Relaxed and easy holiday.”
Reviewed 27 Dec 2012
A very nice and well put together holiday let. Owner's very attentive, friendly and welcomong. A lovely spot for dog walking and enjoying strolls along the river from your doorstep. If you don't have … More
Thank you so much for taking the time to write such a lovely review. We hope you may be able to come and stay again.
Happy New Year.
Kate and Liz
Middle Ninfa farm is located in historic and beautiful landscape in south-east Wales, close to the market town of Abergavenny, famous for its food, cycling and many other festivals.
The name Ninfa means cottage of the the charcoal burners in old Welsh as the manufacture …see more
We had a great time here, the owner couldn't do enough for us, the tent was exceptional. We found plenty of activities to entertain the whole family close by, cycling, horse riding, beach, excellent walks. And after a strenuous day what better way to …
Peaceful haven in a lovely setting
We enjoyed our stay at the Vineyard cottage. Lots of good walks on your door step as well as Abergevenny just down the road with some good pubs and places to eat. …
Great weekend in the Brecons
Aqueduct Cottage is a little gem set in a picturesque setting. Very well equipped and cosy. The two bedrooms both had single beds and had modern furnishings.
Wifi access was not available within the cottage but could be picked up near the cafe or …
White House, Porth-y-Parc, in the Brecon Beacons
Excellent Tranquil Location
The cottage was perfect for our short break in the Brecons. Comfortable and meeting or exceeding all of our requirements.
Roz and Pip made us feel most welcome with gifts of eggs, milk. a cake and a bottle of wine
Would definitely use again in the …
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