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Where to stay

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 lighthouse. Or 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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Places to Stay

Find your perfect place to stay in Monmouthshire with our variety of hotels, cottages, campsites, B&B's, glamping and group accommodation for you to experience.

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Castle Narrowboats

Castle Narrowboats

For a break that offers real relaxation, try a narrow boat holiday on the Monmouthshire and Brecon Canal, within the beautiful Brecon Beacons National Park.

Countryside bliss

Llansabbath Country House B&B

5* picturesque B&B near Abergavenny. Lovely 18th century farmhouse. Elegantly styled rooms. Modern, spacious en-suites. Excellent choice of delicious breakfasts.

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St Pierre Marriott Hotel & Country Club

St Pierre Marriott Hotel & Country Club is built around a beautiful 14thC manor house & is ideally located only a short drive from the Old Severn Bridge. It offers outstanding accommodation and conference facilities.

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Hatterall View Cottage

A pretty little cottage with the most stunning views over to The Black Mountains and Hatterall Ridge. Close to Offa's Dyke Path - so perfect for walkers.

Ty-Cooke Farm

Ty-Cooke Farm

Tycooke farm is an 18th Century farmhouse set in a lovely cobbled courtyard. We are 1/2 a mile from Goytre Wharf on the Monmouthshire-Brecon canal. There are many opportunities for leisure and recreation in the surrounding countryside.

Mole End, Steppes Farm Cottages

Mole End, Steppes Farm Cottages

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.

High View Barn

High View Barn

Brand new conversion of 300 year old barn.The perfect romantic getaway for a couple (or couple with two teenage children). Very private. Underfloor heating, contemporary Swedish woodburner and triple-glazed floor to ceiling windows.

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Hendre Farmhouse Orchard Campsite

Our Monmouth campsite is set in the beautiful border countryside of England and Wales overlooking river meadows and sheep dotted hillsides.

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Apple Blossom

Apple Blossom is stone barn with apple green painted doors and windows looking on to the ancient apple orchard has been lovingly and thoughtfully converted to a very high standard to offer guests a truly comfortable and luxurious stay.

Road House Narrowboats

Road House Narrowboats

The ‘Mon & Brec Canal’ is considered by many to be the most scenic waterway of all and lies within the Brecon Beacons National Park.

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Penhein Glamping

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

Olway Inn and Hotel

Olway Inn and Hotel

With 9 ensuite bedrooms, an 80 seater restaurant, a beer garden, Real Ales, and a perfect location in the country yet close to to town of Usk, what more can you want.

Green Dyffryn Barn

Green Dyffryn Barn

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.

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Homefield Self Catering

A spacious home from home self-catering bungalow, adapted for wheelchair access. Ideally suited for groups with someone with very limited mobility and set within its own large well maintained garden. Enjoy excellent views.

Ty Cooke Farm

The Stables, Ty-Cooke Farm

Self catering accommodation in Pontypool.

Cuckoo Cottage

Cuckoo Cottage

The Goose and Cuckoo offers wonderful views, good beer, home-cooked locally sourced food and a wide range of dog-friendly accommodation near Abergavenny Wales.

The Great Western

The Great Western

The Great Western was originally a Victorian Railway Hotel which has been operating as a bar, B&B and hostel since 1850.

Wharfinger's Cottage

Wharfinger's Cottage

Unique setting alongside the Monmouthshire and Brecon Canal creates a perfect base for exploring the canal and the wider Monmouthshire area.

The Wain House Bunkbarn

The Wain House Bunkbarn

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.

Beaufort Cottage

Beaufort Cottage

Beaufort Cottage is on a particularly special site, with an amazing close-up view from its bedroom window over the iconic ruins of arguably the most famous abbey in Britain, Tintern Abbey, on the banks of the river Wye.

Accommodation in Monmouthshire