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If you have ever fancied staying in an old Manor House then you will love this place. Roaring log fires in the winter and a walled garden in the summer, it is a real find. Split into two separate homes this historic house would suit business travellers and /or families as it is situated in a...
This four star detached stone cottage provides a rural retreat as a base for relaxing and enjoying outdoor activities.
Tastefully and thoughtfully converted it is perfectly suited to two people. The accommodation comprises one bedroom, an open plan lounge-diner, and small kitchen. There is a...
BroadRock holiday let is located in a unique position, the Offa's Dyke footpath runs through the garden with the house nestled on top of the Wye Valley cliffs. Located 1 mile outside of Chepstow town this is the perfect house to explore this area of outstanding natural beauty.
Detached 2 bed-roomed cottage sleeps up to 4 set in its own delightful lovingly tended garden with fabulous views to the surrounding Welsh countryside. Perfectly placed for exploring Wye Valley, Vale of Usk, Royal Forest of Dean and yet only 3 miles from the popular border town of Chepstow which...
A luxury award winning period property, built in the time of Edward I, (we think it was built approx 1270). This Grade II* medieval hideaway boasts seven hundred years of history - and with its towers it feels like you are living in a fairy tale castle. <BR><BR>Stay from 1 night to 2 weeks. It...
A lovely light and airy property which has recently been converted from a stone outbuilding. Situated in a paddock presently being restored to a wild flower meadow. It has stunning views from each window. The open plan fully fitted kitchen/iiving room has stripped wooden floors, scatter carpets and...
Spring Cottage enjoys a beautiful setting surrounded by indigenous forest set above the River Wye, only 5 minutes from Tintern. Visit Wales accredited with 5 stars, the cottage features two spacious bedrooms, kitchen with dining area, lounge with wood burner, detached conservatory and extensive...
Ty’r Castell - (Welsh for ‘House of the Castle’) is a Grade II listed town house in Bridge Street, which leads from Chepstow (Welsh: Cas-gwent) town centre to the famous bridge crossing the River Wye between Wales and England.
This three storey recently renovated town house offers superb quality...
A restored Georgian property set in 6 acres of Gardens and grounds with views towards the Severn Estuary. Offering a relaxed contemporary style of bed & breakfast accommodation, Stoulgrove is a haven of peace & tranquility yet just 5 minutes drive from the historic town of Chepstow, easy access to...