Hotel Church Farm Guest House Monmouth
The hotel is located in a former 16th century farmhouse, where the original atmosphere has been maintaing despite modern amenities. The hotel is a good starting point to visit beautiful natural landscapes nearby like Rivers Wye and Usk and Wye valley, the forest of Dean, and towns like Cardiff, Hereford and Gloucester.
Hotel The Sloop Inn Monmouth
Our emphasis at the historic 300 year old Sloop Inn is to create a relaxing and enjoyable experience whether relaxing taking a drink in the beer garden experiencing one of our chef's fine bar meals or taking in the fine beauty of the Wye Valley. The Sloop Inn offers comfortable accommodation a restaurant and bar offering good food and real local ales. A log fire situated in the bar provides a warm and cosy atmosphere on cold crisp days. The Inn has four comfortable and relaxing rooms all en-suite including television tea and coffee making facilities free Wi-Fi available throughout the building and a spacious car-park. The Inn is ideally situated for activities including walking fishing golf and horse racing with Chepstow racecourse a few miles down the road. The rooms available include a family four poster with private balcony with views to the River Wye two double rooms; one with full bath facilities the other with a shower and one twin room.
Hotel Steppes Farm Monmouth
Steppes Farm's greatest asset is of course its lovely setting and near perfect location. Being centrally situated on the WelshEnglish border means variety in every direction. The Wye Valley; the Brecon Beacons; the Royal Forest of Dean; the Black Mountains; the Herefordshire Plain; the Cotswolds; the Malverns and the Gower Coastline are all within easy travelling distance. Steppes Farm consist of 6 self catering cottage all 5 star. The cottages have been architect designed and lovingly restored conserving many original structures such as the old oak beams and timbers. These and other features are combined with stylish interior designs of an exceptionally high standard to create the perfect atmosphere for rest and relaxation.Beds are made up for your arrival. Bedding includes a duvet and linen with extra blankets provided. Tea towels are provided but you are requested to bring your own personal towels. Good garage and parking facilities are allocated to each cottage.
Hotel Kings Head Wetherlodge Monmouth
A thorn in the side of those who believe that beautiful Welsh towns start with a ‘Ll’, the ancient county town of Monmouth has a fascinating past and a wealth of historical and natural attractions. The birthplace of Henry V in 1387, Monmouth has fiercely guarded the Welsh heartland from invaders across the Wye Valley for nearly 1,000 years.The town is entered through a spectacular 13th-century bridge gate across the River Monmow, with a unique fortified gatehouse. Its medieval street plan intact, visitors are transported to a world of 11th-century priories, the old market in Agincourt Square and the Shire Hall Court Rooms – unchanged since the trials of the Chartist leaders. Out of town, you’ll find yourself in a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, with the world-famous Tintern Abbey, the Forest of Dean and Offa’s Dyke to hand. Looking west are Abergavenny and its Roman fort, the Brecon Beacons and a posse of fabulous historic sites connected to the roguish Owen Glendwr.
Hotel Travelodge Monmouth Monmouth
Located on the A40, close to Monmouth, this Travelodge provides contemporary quality accommodation and an ideal base for exploring the Welsh countryside. Spacious en-suite rooms, television in every room, tea and coffee making facilities, free parking, plus on site catering make Travelodges terrific value.
Hotel The Riverside Monmouth
GeneralThe Riverside hotel is an old 19th century coaching inn, and although it maintains its original character it features modern services and amenities. It is a suitable establishment for leisure and business travellers, as it offers event hosting facilities and is a good departure point to visit the Wye Valley. 17 rooms.SurroundingAreaLocation: by the ancient fortified bridge over the River Monow, in the historic town of Monmouth.