The Coach House is a self catering holiday home sleeping up to 16 people, located amongst the beautiful Monmouthshire countryside and just a short drive from the town of Monmouth. Ouyr holiday home is situated at the legendary Rockfield Studio where Queen recorded one of the most popular songs of all time Ė Bohemian Rhapsody. Oasis also spent six weeks here in the summer of 1995 whilst recording 'What's the Story Morning Glory' in one of our studios whilst Nigel Kennedy recorded in the other.
Our holiday home has been used as accommodation for one of the two recording studios and can accommodate up to 16 people in 7 en suite rooms. The bedrooms themselves include 2 family rooms, 3 twin rooms and 2 double rooms with Jacuzzi baths and power showers in each room. All of the bedrooms are soundproofed so children can sleep soundly.
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Our large self catering cottage was completely renovated from a former dairy barn on Hopyard Farm in 2005. Now boasting six bedrooms, Courtyard Cottage is the ideal accommodation for up to 14 guests. The big barn provides facilities perfect for reuniting friends, catching up with family, celebrating birthdays and anniversaries or simply enjoying time with special people.
Located in the Usk Valley Courtyard Cottage enjoys views of the Brecon Beacons National Park and the Black Mountains. The holiday cottage is only 3 miles from Abergavenny in the beautiful border county of Monmouthshire, Wales. Available for short breaks (minimum 2 nights) and week long holidays Courtyard Cottage gives flexibility to enjoy time with relatives and friends.
Hopyard Farm is situated between the River Usk and the Monmouth-Brecon canal perfect for walking and cycling. The local village of Govilon is with…
Perched on the edge of the hill with beautiful views across the Wye Valley to the Forest of Dean, sits the very private Church Hill Farm. Hidden away, over half a mile from the nearest road, the property is surrounded by its own land and overlooks the picturesque 11th Century Penallt Old Church. Behind the house ancient woodland provides a perfect backdrop. Deer, badger, foxes, and rabbits roam throughout the property, and the sounds of songbirds fill the air in spring. Buzzards soar in the air above the hill, and at dusk, if you listen carefully, you will hear the sound of bats chattering as they wake up for their evening foray into the air to catch insects.
The house is a traditional style Welsh farmhouse dating back to 1830. It has a large living room, dining room for eight to ten, a large farmhouse style kitchen, four bedrooms, two bathrooms and a shower room. The house is fully c…
The 12th century Werngochlyn Farm is set in open farmland under the Skirrid Mountain, 3 miles from the market town of Abergavenny in Monmouthshire.
Four self catering cottages are set around the farmyard, sleeping 4 - 6 people. All of the centrally heated properties are tastefully converted from the old stone farm buildings revealing beams and other original features.
There is a heated indoor swimming pool, hot tub, games room and a BHS approved riding centre on the premises - with plenty of space to relax, have a barbecue and watch the children play. A stream runs through the farmyard and there are many friendly farm animals to befriend. It is paradise for children - of all ages!
For more information about this self catering accommodation located in Monmouthshire please see the owners website.
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Some of the cottages are set on one level and are suitab…
Situated on a hillside farm, overlooking the renowned Llanthony Valley and near the graceful ruins of the 12th Century Priory. This is the ideal place to stay for walking or just relaxing in the most peaceful surroundings.
Two separate cottages in the converted barn:
Flagstone Cottage for two adults and two children and Oak Cottage for two adults.
Hens and ducks roam the farm and delicious eggs usually for sale. Lamb and beef produced here can be bought from the farmer.
There is a riding centre nearby at Court farm for all abilities.
It is a short walk to two local inns serving food and real ale, one in the cellars of the ancient Priory. The nearest towns are Abergavenny with its great markets, and Hay-on-Wye for wonderful bookshops, and the famous Hay Book Festival.
Bright and cozy with large fireplace and heated flagstone floor. The French window…
A charming detached cottage sleeping up to 4 people in glorious countryside and set in a delightful private cottage garden yet only 3 miles from the lively town of Chepstow, described as the true gateway to Wales. A rural retreat without being isolated.
2 bedrooms, one double the other single and both have plenty of room for a comfortable Ďput you upí for the 4th person. Each room is bright and airy with fantastic views to wake up to.
The lounge is very spacious. The woodburning stove is one of the main features of the room, together with a vintage wind-up gramophone (with a few 78ís thrown in) which can be played if youíre feeling nostalgic! The room is furnished with antique furniture and has a traditional comfortable home from home feel about it.
A fully fitted kitchen with all modern electrical appliances and a breakfast table to seat 4. A couple of bone china tea sets,…
Built in 1877 the wing of the Old School House in the centre of the Farming Community, this picture postcard cottage nestles under the Graig Mountain, on the old Roman way which connects Cross Ash to medieval Grosmont. With arguably some of the best views in Wales. Monmouth & Abergavenny are just twenty minutes away, with Hereford and Ross-on-Wye only thirty minutes away.
Headmaster's retreat is a luxury self-catering cottage, boasting some of the best views in Wales. From every aspect of the cottage, you will see only green fields, panoramic countryside and the rolling hills of the Brecon Beacons national park. The Graig Mountains lie behind, where deer roam and magnificent birds of prey float on thermal currents.
We are on the doorstep of the Three Castles Walk and the Four Castles Cycle Route. Secure storage for bikes is included. If you enjoy golf we are surrounded by many famo…
Craigo Barn has been skilfully renovated to provide a tranquil, all year round retreat. The barn sits in the grounds of Craigo Farm, recognised by the Gwent Wildlife Trust as important for wildlife as an organic small-holding also with horses, sheep, chickens, large pond with ducks! Craigo Barn offers an idyllic holiday cottage ideal for children and even has its own supply of spring water.
Craigo Barn is double glazed and fully equipped for all seasons with central heating as well as a cosy wood burning stove. Upstairs there are two good sized rooms, a double bedroom plus a separate bedroom with three single beds offering ideal family accommodation. Downstairs offers a delightful open-plan kitchen/living-room as well as toilet & shower-room. Outside has ample parking and a private, sunny patio with views down the valley. This location is internationally renowned for itís stunning na…