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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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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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The Hunters Moon Inn

The Hunters Moon Inn

Welcoming 13th century inn nestling in the glorious Monmouthshire countryside on Offa's Dyke footpath. Taste of Wales restaurant serving traditional country food using the best fresh local ingredients. Four charming bedrooms, all en-suite.

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Northgate House

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 en suite shower rooms and a large guest lounge and dining area.

Glen Trothy Caravan & Camping Park

Glen Trothy Caravan & Camping Park

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.

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.

Spectacular open plan kitchen and dining room

Foxes Reach

Five star comfort. Hot tub. Sleeps 6 ,4 bedrooms. Flagged floors. Woodburner. Wonderful Touring & Walking Base,. Excellent cycling, walking, fishing ,riding. Rural not isolated. Cosy for winter breaks. Close to Tintern Abbey. Pet friendly

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 Hardwick Restaurant with Rooms

The Hardwick

AA Restaurant of the Year for Wales 2010. Award winning restaurant with rooms run by chef Stephen Terry, and his wife Joanna.

Black Mountain Lodge

Black Mountain Lodge

This lovely, old stone building is at the foothills of the Black Mountains amid beautiful countryside and views of the Brecon Beacons. It has a restful feel and comfortable rooms.

Court Farm Bed and Breakfast

Court Farm Bed and Breakfast

A warm welsh welcome awaits you at Court Farm offering comfortable farmhouse accommodation set in delightful gardens. Convenient for exploring the Wye Valley and historic towns of Chepstow and Usk.Within easy access of numerous golf courses

Beaufort Arms

Beaufort Arms

Accommodation, Food & Drink in the heart of Wales.

Court Farm

Court Farm

Built among the ruins of 12th Century Llanthony Priory, and set in one of the most beautiful valleys in the Black Mountains, this wing of the Court Farmhouse was originally home to the Prior himself.

The Coach and Horses in Caerwent

The Coach & Horses Inn

The Coach and Horses Inn is a 17th century Inn located in Caerwent, Monmouthshire, South Wales.

Old Rectory

The Old Rectory

The Old Rectory stands in an acre of mature gardens, in the unspoilt rural village of Llangattock-Lingoed, adjacent to the renowned Offa's Dyke Path. The Rectory has a productive kitchen garden allowing home grown produce to be served.

Abergavenny Premier Inn

Premier Inn Abergavenny

Whether you're a hiker, biker or nature-lover, our Premier Inn Abergavenny hotel is great for a short break.

Newbridge on Usk

Newbridge on Usk

An award-winning five star, two AA Rosette Restaurant and is located in Tredunnock near Usk a few miles from Abergavenny.

Pwll Du Exterior

Pwll Du Adventure Centre

The recently renovated accommodation at the Centre has been designed to cater for large groups or extended families.

Pen y Dre Caravan and Camping Site

Penydre Caravan and Camping Site

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

Redline Boats

Redline Boats

Holiday in South Wales on the beautiful Monmouthshire & Brecon Canal meandering through the Brecon Beacons National Park and Usk valley.

The Hendre Farmhouse B&B

The Hendre Farmhouse B&B

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.

Penylan Farm

Penylan Farm

The perfect relaxing country holiday at our converted oak beamed granary set in its own courtyard on a working farm. Rooms furnished to a high standard with many thoughtful extras.

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