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Penyclawdd Farm nestles at the foothills of the Black Mountains, 3.5 miles from Abergavenny with splendid views of the Skirrid mountain. Situated 20 miles from Hereford, 22 miles from Newport and 40 miles from Cardiff.
Situated in the picturesque Usk valley, Roland, Beverley and Holly extend a warm welcome to the newly named and completely refurbished Llangeview Lodge.
Situated within easy reach of the M4. Gateway to Wales, Less than a Mile from Magor, 10 minutes from Newport, Close to Cardiff, Close to Bristol.
Celtic Guest Houses, The Old Rectory is a 5 star boutique Guest House which exudes luxury. This chic, contemporary address is set in private gardens extending to 0.75 acre and offers six stunning bedrooms.
A warm welcome awaits you at Jenny’s Guest House, a perfect base for your visit to Abergavenny, the gateway to South Wales and the Brecon Beacons. Please take a look at our site and let us know if you have any queries.
The Coach and Horses Inn is a 17th century Inn located in Caerwent, Monmouthshire, South Wales.
Northgate House was formerly Northgate Inn and has been transformed by the current owners to provide a spacious guest house, comprising seven well-appointed guest rooms with a large guest lounge and dining area.
The Manor House offers historic country house charm combined with modern comforts. This outstanding resort includes three challenging golf courses, a huge convention centre, superb leisure clubs and two hotels.
After purchasing The New Court Hotel in November 2012, owners Lee Selway & Lee Taylor have lovingly restored the hotel back to its former glory.
The Bell is a beautifully restored,17th century former coaching inn which still retains much of its charm and character. It has won many awards for its restaurant, wine list and overall stylish luxury.
Hotel accommodation in Abergavenny.
Nestling on the banks of the River Wye and gazing over to Ross on Wye, the Wilton Court Restaurant with rooms enjoys the most idyllic location with its own riverbank frontage.
The Kings Arms is a late 16th Century coaching inn, giving a fine example of what much of Abergavenny would have looked like before formal Georgian modifications.
Set in the beautiful Forest of Dean, located in the appealing Rookery Farm, on the edge of the Wye valley in the 13th century village of Newland.
Situated in a prominent position next to the Transporter Bridge in the centre of Newport Docks regeneration scheme The Waterloo offers residents a pleasurable stay in our newly refurbished 21 ensuite bedroom hotel.
Our Newport Central hotel in Wales is a short walk away from Newport cathedral and the ancient castle, as well as fantastic cultural attractions like the Newport Museum and The Riverfront Theatre & Arts Centre.
Set in the beautiful Wye Valley, 5 miles from Monmouth and just an hour from Bristol and Cardiff.
Situated on a working dairy farm, the Granary is in a very peaceful rural location yet only five minutes drive from Junction 25 of the M4 and 25mins from Cardiff city centre.
Breakfast in two rooms with private facilities on a working farm in South Wales (near Monmouth). Environmental projects undertaken on farm.
The Stonemill Restaurant and Steppes Farm Cottages is located in Rockfield, a small hamlet just west of Monmouth, close to the picturesque, Forest of Dean and Wye valley.