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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

Riverside park with high standard of ground and facility maintenance. Ideal for touring Wye Valley, Forest of Dean, Brecon Beacons or simply relaxing in the beautiful surroundings of this quiet site.

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.

Situated in the heart of Monmouthshire on a working farm which was originally part of the Rolls Estate. Ciderhouse Cottage sleeps 7 Beili Stable sleeps 4 The Mill sleeps 2

Lovely barn and stable set in five acres of land above the village of Maes y Gwartha in a delightful rural location with magnificent views over the Blorenge and Sugar Loaf Mountains and the ponies and sheep in the field.

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.

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

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

We have four comfortable guest rooms which have all recently been decorated and offer brand new en-suit facilities.

Cobbler's Cottage, a former cobbler's dwelling in a peaceful hamlet near Abergavenny in the Welsh borders, is an extremely comfortable 5-star-graded cottage for 1 to 2 couples (plus an infant).

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.

The Courtyard Studio is a self-catering apartment for two in the heart of Georgian Monmouth. It overlooks a traffic-free, cobbled courtyard lined with shops and cafés (perfect for breakfast).

Quiet level park in beautiful countryside setting on edge of Forest of Dean and Wye Valley. Excellent amenities. Good motorway access. Level 6.5 acre site.

Part-y-Seal is a peaceful and relaxing haven set in the beautiful Monnow Valley.

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.

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.

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.

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

Glentrothy Old Stables Cottage is situated in a very peaceful position on the lovely Glentrothy Estate near Abergavenny. Backing onto an ancient bluebell wood, this stylish single storey cottage lies in a little wooded valley.

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.

Set in an ideal location at the heart of the bustling market town of Abergavenny, The Angel Hotel has a reputation for attentive, friendly service, great food, award-winning afternoon teas and a stylish yet comfortable atmosphere.

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