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Where to stay in Monmouthshire

Choosing a place to stay for a holiday in Wales is an important decision. It needs to be a holiday home from home. Clean. Comfortable. Well equipped. And that’s before you consider location, location, location. Fortunately, Monmouthshire is a compact destination so you’ll be able to lie back and relax, safe in the knowledge that there’s plenty of time later on to get out and about.

Spa hotels for indulgence and luxury. Country house havens of pastoral charm. Elegant townhouses. Well-equipped self-catering cottages and converted barns. Farmhouse B&Bs where the farmyard provides the only alarm clock you’ll need. (And most of the breakfast ingredients.)

Or campsites, whether your style is ‘back to basics’ or the comparative luxury of a yurt or tipi. We can even offer you a restored windmill. We like unusual places to stay. Especially if they show you Monmouthshire from a different perspective, and the perfect holiday in Wales.

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Monmouthshire Accommodation Highlights

Enjoying a quietly secluded rural location and stunning panoramic views over the Vale of Usk to the Brecon Beacons, this delightful converted barn also boasts a spacious and very comfortable beamed interior, and a games room.

Lower Stanton nestles in the foothills of the Brecon Beacons National Park close to the river Honddu. Enjoy a quiet and peaceful stay on a working 80 acre mixed farm in a family environment.

Set in the beautiful and tranquil Usk valley and with panoramic views of the Black mountains, we are 300 yards off the main road.

Group accommodation in the Barn, The Wain House.This old stone barn used to house the market cart up to 50 years ago (think of The Hay Wain by Constable). It now has sleeping accommodation for up to 16 people.

The Punch House on Agincourt Square in the centre of the historic border town of Monmouth in South East Wales, is a true traditional coaching inn, full of history and tradition.

Situated 2.5 miles from Abergavenny on small farm for people who want somewhere special. Peace and Tranquillity with beautiful views, good accommodation, safe parking. This is an excellent base for walking and cycling in the Brecon Beacons.

A warm welcome is assured at this relaxing farmhouse overlooking meadows and hills, where the present family has lived since 1885. The bedrooms and lounge combine traditional charm with modern comforts.

Set close to the centre of the historic market town of Abergavenny, The Abergavenny Hotel offers 4 star guest accommodation in a charming Victorian building with an attractive red-brick façade and stone trim.

One of six luxury cottages, each with their own historic ambience with bed and breakfast if required. Two bedroomed cottage - sleeps 4. Delightful floor accommodation with old world charm.

Two traditional welsh stone self-catering holiday cottages just 3 miles from Abergavenny with magnificent views of the Skirrid Mountain, private coarse fishing, and good walks in The Black Mountains.

The Wye Valley Hotel is situated in an area of breathtaking natural beauty at Tintern in the heart of the Wye Valley. The Wye River runs through the village less than 100 yards from the hotel.

Nestled adjacent to the Offa’s Dyke footpath and a stones throw from the Cliff tops of the Wye Valley ,Broadrock aims to offer a unique experience to all that stay.

A warm welcome awaits you at our farm Holiday Cottages that are part of Panty-goitre farm, a traditional family run farm in the heart of Monmouthshire in the Vale of Usk near Abergavenny – The Gateway to Wales.

Small friendly site with a shower and toilet block. the nearest shop and pub is only 300yds away in the village.

The Coach House Cottages Wonderful self-catering holiday homes in the idyllic peaceful surroundings of the wooded hillsides of the Wye Valley. The Dovecote Cottage sleeps upto 9 The Coachman's Cottage sleeps upto 5

A high quality 4 star family run guest house. A new traditional family run guest house situated in the market town of Abergavenny on the outskirts of The Black Mountains and The Breacon Beacon National Park.

Overlooking the River Wye with splendid views of the valley, Oakgrove holiday cottage boasts an envious position in this Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

An elegant, warm and comfortable self-catering holiday cottage in the small village of Llanvapley with a romantic king sized brass bed, oak beams and an enclosed garden, parking. Close to The Walnut Tree.

Originally Beacon Park Boats' dry dock facility which was used for all aspects of boat maintenance, this spacious building has been completely transformed into a luxury hideaway for two.

Welcome to Penhein – an award winning, family-run farm and glampsite in beautiful South Wales.

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