Angel Inn, Grosmont
Two new ensuite bedrooms. One double and one twin both with TV. £75 for the first night then £65 each subsequent night including cooked breakfast. Please note the rooms are above the bar.
Address: Angel Inn, Grosmont
Telephone: 01981 240646
Castle Acre, Grosmont
Castle Acre is a most attractive house nestling between the 12th century church and the 11th century castle. There are 2 double rooms with ensuite bathrooms available for Bed and Breakfast, one overlooking the church and the other overlooking the castle.
Address: Castleacre, Grosmont, NP7 8LW
Telephone: 01981 241078
Castle House Cottage, Grosmont
A small lane passes the old Castle House and Castle Cottage leading up to Grosmont Castle – the cottage sits beside the main house and has it’s own entrance and is totally self contained. Sleeps 2.
Address: Castle Cottage, Grosmont, NP7 8LW
Telephone: 01874 676446
Coach House, Grosmont
Old stone Cottage, formerly a Coach House, in the middle of the village. Sleeps 2. Up to 2 well behaved dogs welcome. The property has been elegantly re-decorated to ensure that it is very comfortable and thoughtfully considered so guests can spend a week or more without wanting for anything. Located in the grounds of the owners’ home your privacy is respected at all times.
Address: The Coach House, Grosmont
Telephone: 01237 459888
Email: See Website
Luxury self catering bungalow (4* graded and 4* listed with Visit Wales) – fully adapted for the disabled and wheelchair accessible, close to the village centre. One double and one twin bedroom with a specialist bathroom, plus one large specially adapted bedroom with luxury en suite wet room. Up to six adults are easily accommodated. A roomy, fully equipped, farmhouse kitchen and large lounge/diner, together with S.E. facing conservatory which opens onto a beautiful patio set in large secure, well maintained gardens. Numerous views of Grosmont Castle, Graig Hill and the Skirrid. Assistance and well behaved companion dogs welcome. Ample off street parking. A non-smoking establishment. Numerous disabled aids available including hoist.
Address: Homefield, Grosmont
Telephone: 01981 240859
Squires’ Loft, Grosmont
A warm, welcoming first floor loft apartment in a restored listed building at the heart of Grosmont village, just 25m from the Angel Inn. Self-contained quality accommodation, ideal for walkers, cyclists and visitors to the beautiful Monmouthshire countryside. The centrally heated, open plan space offers a king size bed, comfy sofa and TV, quality kitchen/dining facilities and a shower room. There is a private ground floor entrance to the apartment and guests will have access to an off-road parking space and secure storage for bikes and outdoor equipment. The owners live in the main building and are on hand for any help and advice.
Address: Squires’ Loft, York House, Grosmont
Trevyr Barn, Grosmont
Trevyr Barn offers luxury accommodation for 6-7 people in a converted stone barn, just a mile outside Grosmont. It’s the perfect setting for a relaxed self catering holiday suitable for families and friends looking for a peaceful base from which to explore this beautiful area. Trevyr Barn is available for a short break or longer stay.
Rated 5 star by Visit Wales; recommended for walkers and cyclists. Beautifully furnished in a contemporary style. Huge master bedroom, one further double and one with bunk beds. Large sitting room with wood-burning stove. Spacious farmhouse kitchen/dining room. Stunning views over unspoilt pastures and woodland. Louise and Alex look forward to welcoming you.
Address: Trevyr, Grosmont, NP7 8HS
Telephone: 07786 24355
Part-Y-Seal is a peaceful and relaxing haven set in the beautiful Monnow Valley on the edge of the welsh border. Our spacious rooms are en-suite with a choice of king-size, four-poster or twin beds, and all have magnificent views of the gardens and surrounding countryside. Within our 4 acres of mature gardens (which are open to the public), there is a large organic kitchen garden and greeenhouses, where we try to produce crops for eating all the year. Our free-range chickens give us delicious eggs and our latest addition, bees, provide us with organic honey. All food is homemade from breads to preserves. Guests are welcome to take their breakfast outside in summer, where you’ll see the vast amount of birds and wildlife around, or by log fires in winter. A truly relaxing break which starts with complimentary cream teas on arrival. Guests are welcome to enjoy our gardens.
Address: Part-y-Seal, NP7 8LE
Telephone: 01981 240814
“Are you looking to stay in a place with an unique history? Come and join us at Norton House Bed and Breakfast and stay in an original school house built in 1877. We have two spacious double bedrooms and a separate sitting/breakfast room which is equipped with a TV and DVD. There is also a garden area to the side of the house for our guests to sit and enjoy the wonderful views.”
Address: Norton House, Norton Skenfrith, NP7 8UB.
Telephone: 01600 750845
Three Castles Caravan Park
High standard, adult only, caravan/motorhome site for up to 13 vans. Luxury toilet facilities. Set in beautiful countryside one mile from Skenfrith village. Ideally situated for exploring the Wye Valley and Brecon Beacons National Park.
Address: The Bridge, Skenfrith, NP7 8UB.
Telephone: 01600 750224
Email: Use contact form on their website.
Old King Street Llama Farm
Old King Street Llama Farm provides holiday cottage accommodation and llama trekking. The Cider House has a 5 star rating with Visit Wales and provides all a couple could need for a short or longer break. Immaculate barn conversion with open plan uncluttered feel. The ensuite bathroom with its roll-top bath is delightful and the king sized antique brass bed in the 22 foot bedroom is wonderfully luxurious. Wifi, Freeview TV and a herd of llamas outside your window. “The best weekend break I have had”.
Pomona Cottage has a 4 star rating with Visit Wales and a mobility rating level 1 for less able guests. Sleeps four with just the king-sized double bedroom upstairs and the wider doors to the twin room and wet-room, plus the open plan nature of the cottage make this an excellent cottage for all.
The owners run Golden Valley Llamas and can take small and larger groups for a llama trek experience, or may be invited to attend larger events, shows and parties.
Address: Old King Street Llama Farm, Ewyas Harold, HR2 0HB
Telephone: 01981 240208
The Old Rectory, Ewyas Harold
The Old Rectory Bed & Breakfast is a beautifully-proportioned Georgian country house set in extensive wooded grounds located in the historic village of Ewyas Harold in Herefordshire’s Golden Valley. The house is furnished throughout with family heirlooms, antiques, ancestral portraits and sporting memorabilia, creating an atmosphere of comfortable and inviting elegance.
The spacious dining room has an open fire in the winter and open french windows in summer – as does the lovely drawing room, which also has a grand piano for the pleasure of musical guests.
The secluded three-acre garden is fringed with mature trees and includes a lovingly-maintained croquet lawn, which guests are invited to enjoy. The sunny terrace boasts an unusual rotatable summer house – an ideal place for morning coffee – and offers tempting views of the surrounding countryside.
Address: The Old Rectory, Ewyas Harold, HR2 0TX
Telephone: 01981 240498
The Old Rectory, Llangattock Lingoed
Paul and Karen would like to welcome you to The Old Rectory, a 17th century property which stands in an acre of garden, in the unspoilt rural hamlet of Llangattock-Lingoed nestling in the welsh border countryside. Located 6.5 miles from Abergavenny, the local market town. Bed and Breakfast and Self Catering accommodation available.
Address: The Old Rectory, Llangattock Lingoed, NP7 8RR.
Telephone: 01873 821326
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