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Stay locally and make a weekend (or week) of it; there’s so much to see and do!

With Offa’s Dyke and the Three Castles Walk running through the farm and the Brecon Beacons on our doorstep, this is a mecca for walkers, castle-spotters and lovers of the great outdoors. 

Or if you fancy something a little more indulgent, there’s always The Walnut Tree, 1861, The Crown at Whitebrook, The Bell at Skenfrith or The Hardwick – to name just a few of our local eateries (Michelin stars a-plenty!)

So why not take some “you” time to relax, explore and recharge your batteries?  Here’s just a selection of our great local accommodation:

Clare’s Cottage, Bryn-Y-Gwenin – owned by Jim’s sister Clare and surrounded by the fields of our other family farm, Skirrid, you’ll get fabulous views of the Skirrid Mountain from here.
www.breconcottages.com/cottage-details/CLARE or 01873 857478.

‘Wind in the Willows’ caravan, Llanvetherine – the actual gipsy caravan used for the film of Wind in the Willows; now renovated and offered as accommodation by our great friends Sarah & Nick.
www.underthethatch.co.uk/willows

Seven Hills Hideaway, Llanvetherine 
– luxury glamping in stunning safari lodges on a 16th century family farm.  Francesca grew up here, spent some years in Kenya and has now recreated just a little bit of the glamorous 'safari' lifestyle back home in Monmouthshire.
www.sevenhillshideaway.co.uk

The Hunter’s Moon Inn, Llangattock Lingoed – Jim’s favourite watering hole, this lovely 13th century country inn is a great local pub serving good food too.
www.hunters-moon-inn.co.uk

The Old Rectory, Llangattock Lingoed – next to the beautiful St Cadoc’s Church and just a stone’s throw from The Hunter’s Moon.
www.oldrectorystayinwales.co.uk

The Angel Hotel, Abergavenny – beautifully restored Georgian coaching-inn and Abergavenny’s main hotel; afternoon tea here is an experience not to be missed!
www.angelabergavenny.com/booking

Sugarandloaf.com – beautiful cottages in the wonderful Welsh mountains and beyond.
www.sugarandloaf.com

Blaentrothy Cottages – a selection of cottages hand-picked by Caroline and Rory for their unique qualities and wonderful locations.
www.cottage-holiday-wales.co.uk

The owners or managers of these sites are all known to us personally, but that doesn’t mean they’ll be right for you, so please check out other options at:

www.visitabergavenny.co.uk

www.visitwyevalley.com

www.visitherefordshire.co.uk

www.visitmonmouthshire.co.uk

http://www.welsh-cottages.co.uk

Wherever you choose, we hope you have a great stay!

Stay locally and make a weekend of it; there’s so much to see and do!

With Offa’s Dyke and the Three Castles Walk running through the farm and the Brecon Beacons on our doorstep, this is a mecca for walkers, castle-spotters and lovers of the great outdoors. 

Or if you fancy something a little more indulgent, there’s always The Walnut Tree, 1861, The Crown at Whitebrook, The Bell at Skenfrith or The Hardwick – to name just a few of our local eateries (Michelin stars a-plenty!)

So why not take some “you” time to relax, explore and recharge your batteries?  Here’s just a selection of our great local accommodation:

Clare’s Cottage, Bryn-Y-Gwenin – owned by Jim’s sister Clare and surrounded by the fields of our other family farm, Skirrid, you’ll get fabulous views of the Skirrid Mountain from here.

www.breconcottages.com/cottage-details/CLARE or 01873 857478.

Whitecastle Vineyard, Caravan Club Certificated Location – our next door neighbours, Rob and Nicola, run this lovely vineyard and Caravan Club members site; you can’t stay closer than this!

www.whitecastlevineyard.com; book the caravan site on 01873 821443.

 

‘Wind in the Willows’ caravan, Llanvetherine – the actual gipsy caravan used for the film of Wind in the Willows; now renovated and offered as accommodation by our great friends Sarah & Nick.

www.underthethatch.co.uk/willows

The Hunter’s Moon Inn, Llangattock Lingoed – Jim’s favourite watering hole, owned and run by his mate Haydn (they even share the same birthday!), this is a lovely 13th century country inn and great local pub.

www.hunters-moon-inn.co.uk

Jinks’ Cottage, Llangattock Lingoed – 5* luxury, owned and run by Kate’s friend and hairdresser, Brenda Giles.

www.jinkscottage.co.uk

The Old Rectory, Llangattock Lingoed – next to the beautiful St Cadoc’s Church and just a stone’s throw from The Hunter’s Moon.

www.oldrectorystayinwales.co.uk/

Kingfisher Camp, Longtown – hand-built gipsy caravan on Rob and Amber’s lovely Herefordshire farm with fabulous flower gardens and home to kingfishers, hence the name.

www.canopyandstars.co.uk/find-a-place/grove-farm/kingfisher-camp

The Angel Hotel, Abergavenny– beautifully restored Georgian coaching-inn and Abergavenny’s main hotel; afternoon tea here is an experience not to be missed!

www.angelabergavenny.com/

Blaentrothy Cottages – a selection of cottages hand-picked by Caroline and Rory for their unique qualities and wonderful locations.

www.cottage-holiday-wales.co.uk/

The owners or managers of these sites are all known to us personally, but that doesn’t mean they’ll be right for you, so please check out other options at:

 

www.visitabergavenny.co.uk

www.visitwyevalley.com

www.visitherefordshire.co.uk

www.visitmonmouthshire.co.uk

Wherever you choose, we hope you have a great stay!

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