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Tintern Old Rectory B&B

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Guest House with 6 rooms £55-£90 prpnb

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Family Suite

Family Suite

Family Suite

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Monmouth Road,
NP16 6SG


Mr & Mrs Mothersdale

The Old Rectory,
NP16 6SG


Set in the Wye Valley Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, with the magical Tintern Abbey a short walk away, the Tintern Old Rectory is a lovely place to enjoy the peaceful beauty of the Wye Valley and nearby Forest of Dean.

Spectacular viewpoints and beautiful local scenery along both Offa's Dyke Trail and the Wye Valley Walk are a haven for walkers and cyclists, and services such as local pick-up (walk as long as you like and we will pick you up, then drop off again the next day), packed lunches, drying facilities, laundry service and secure bicycle storage are provided. The area is also dog lovers heaven and a separate entranced pet-friendly garden suite is available, with access to our layered garden areas overlooking the Wye. Swans can often be seen floating outside the windows.

Old Rectory rooms also have river views and are charmingly appointed with special touches such as garden flowers, Egyptian Cotton linens, down duvets, and digital television. Hypoallergenic bedding, ironing boards and clothes drying are also available.

The comfortable and gracious sitting room is a perfect place to read, enjoy the scenery and warm wood fires on chilly evenings, with scenic routes, walking maps, local interest legends and guide books to browse, along with binoculars and hand-made walking sticks to take along on explorations.

Lovingly prepared breakfasts including wonderful local sausages, kippers, freshly made bread, organic muesli, yogurt and berries. Marcel, our 'French Maitre d' will describe the daily specials (look for him in the breakfast room picture :)
Delicious packed lunches and cream teas are also available, and with advance request, freshly prepared homemade dinners as well. Several excellent traditional pubs and restaurants in Tintern are a short stroll away, serving Wye Valley specialties, local wines and ales.

With an original croquet ground and badminton (currently wonky but fun as it is being restored) and gardens visited by woodland deer to enjoy, beautiful landscapes, tranquility and a very warm welcome await you at our Wye Valley B&B.

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Children of any age are accepted.

(twin room sleeps 2)

Double RiverV
(double room sleeps 2 + 1)

Double RiverV
(double room sleeps 2)

Family Suite
(family room sleeps 2 + 3)

(suite room sleeps 2 + 1)

Twin Riverview
(twin room sleeps 2 + 1)

Availability last updated 5 Nov 2012 13:45




See location of Tintern Old Rectory BandB on Google mapsSee location on Google maps

Map reference: SO 528007  Lat: 51.70304 Long: -2.68440

By car, from the M5/M4 from Bristol, the M4 it splits into the M4 and M48.(towards South Wales) Take the M48 towards Cardiff, and also you see historic marker signs for Tintern Abbey at that point. Follow the historic markersfor Tintern Abbey (both for Chepstow and Tintern Abbey) over the Severn Bridge, immediately after the bridge take the first exit to Chepstow (A466). Keep following A466-Tintern Abbey historical marker signs, past Chepstow and Chepstow Racetrack. Tintern is about 5 miles further on A466. the Abbey is on your right. Keep going through the village to the far end, The Old Rectory is two doors past the Moon and Sixpence pub on the left side of the road. Parking is directly opposite on the river side of the road.


  • Children welcomeChildren welcome
  • TelephoneTelephone
  • RadioRadio
  • TelevisionTelevision
  • Satellite TVSatellite TV
  • Tea/coffee making in bedroomsTea/coffee making in bedrooms
  • Packed lunches providedPacked lunches provided
  • Special diets availableSpecial diets available
  • Lounge for residents' useLounge for residents' use
  • Laundry/valet serviceLaundry/valet service
  • Ironing facilitiesIroning facilities
  • Christmas special programmeChristmas special programme
  • Travel agent bookingsTravel agent bookings
  • Snacks/afternoon teaSnacks/afternoon tea
  • Private parkingPrivate parking
  • GardenGarden
  • Totally non-smokingTotally non-smoking
  • Building of historical interestBuilding of historical interest
  • Central heatingCentral heating
  • Television availableTelevision available
  • FishingFishing
  • Golf available (onsite or nearby)Golf available (onsite or nearby)
  • Restaurant open to non-residentsRestaurant open to non-residents
  • Visa/Mastercard/Switch acceptedVisa/Mastercard/Switch accepted
  • Dogs/pets accepted by arrangementDogs/pets accepted by arrangement
  • Vegetarian diet availableVegetarian diet available
  • WiFi or internet accessWiFi or internet access
  • Evening mealsEvening meals
  • HairdryerHairdryer
  • High chairs availableHigh chairs available
  • Cots availableCots available
  • Real log/coal firesReal log/coal fires
  • On street/public parkingOn street/public parking

Walkers & Cyslists welcome - special facilities and services such as drop off/pick up for longer stays while walking Wye Valley and Offas Dyke Trails. Pet friendly suite with additional garden access We also have doggy bedspreads, towels and bowls available, as well as advice on dog friendly places to go. Croquet lawn - original tournament lawn with glorious views of the Wye river (currently wonky as being lovingly restored, still great fun) Children welcome from any age.

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