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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

Welcome to Harvest Home 2020 bespoke Shepherd Lodges, situated around a large natural wildlife pond, with unspoilt panoramic views of seven mountains and Raglan Castle.

One of six luxury cottages, each with their own historic ambience with bed and breakfast if required. Open plan lounge and dining room. Fireplace and superb views over the countryside.

Cottages converted from 18th century barns 2½ miles from the market town of Abergavenny.

Situated on a small 14 acre farm, this cottage has all the facilities you would expect plus a heated outdoor swimming pool for use during the summer months!

Situated less that 3 miles from Monmouth, this self catering accommodation with magnificent views is adjacent to the farmhouse and is a recent barn conversion to the highest standard, including easy walking access.

Enjoy comfortable surroundings and a warm welcome at Tŷ Hotel, formerly Hampton by Hilton and now part of The Celtic Collection.

Sleeps 6. Yew Tree Barn it is set on its own in the heart of rural Monmouthshire. It has a spacious and modern interior with panorama windows giving breathtaking views of the spectacular countryside. Wheelchair access.

Situated in an idyllic, rural setting in a designated area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. 2 bedroom barn conversion features a spiral staircase, oak beams & woodburner. It enjoys beautiful views over the Wye Valley and beyond.

Small, high quality, touring caravan park for adults only, located in a beautiful part of rural Wales.

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.

Llanhennock 2 miles. A stunning, detached South Wales holiday cottage perfectly located in beautiful countryside overlooking the River Usk, Celtic Manor Resort (opposite the 2010 Ryder Cup course) and set in 20 acres of its own grounds.

Stay at the Legendary Rockfield Music Studios on Rockfield Farm. The Coach House has been used as accommodation for one of the two recording studios and can accommodate up to 16 people in 7 ensuite rooms.

Barn conversion offering ground floor accommodation for 5/6 people in 2 double bedrooms with adjoining shower bathroom & toilet, double bedroom with ensuite wet room & toilet, lounge/diner, fully fitted kitchen. £180 pupn, 3 night minimu

Comfortable, well-equipped, detached stone cottage in heart of Wye Valley. Nestling in 1000's acres of forest. Peaceful. Excellent walks.

We are situated on the edge of the picturesque village of Llanfihangel crucorney. Ideal location for seeing the beautiful Breacon Beacons and Wye valley.

At the southern end of the beautiful Llanthony Valley in the Black Mountains stands Llwyn Celyn, an exceptionally important house. It was built in 1420 on the lands of the Llanthony Priory.

The Hop Garden at Kingstone Brewery in Tintern, is a unique glamping site which provides six unforgettable places to stay.

Set in the beautiful Wye Valley, 5 miles from Monmouth and just an hour from Bristol and Cardiff.

Opposite Tintern Abbey. Sleeps 6 (3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms) w/ whirlpool bath, 37" TV, parking & garden. Wye Valley Walk on doorstep. Pets. Fully equipped kitchen with pubs nearby & farm shops & Michelin star restaurants a short drive away.

Welcome to The Rising Sun Pub, Restaurant, award winning Bed and Breakfast with a family friendly Caravan and Campsite with excellent facilities.

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