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Best Place to Stay in Wales 2010


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Self-Catering Accommodation Monmouth C4


Whitehill Farm Cottage


Whitehill Farm, Wonastow, Monmouth, NP25 4DW T: 01600 740253 E: beryl-yeomans@tiscali.co.uk W: www.whitehillfarmuk.com Open: All Year / Units: 1 / Sleeps: 6/7


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Berllanderi Coach House Raglan C5 Usk Road, Raglan,


Monmouthshire, NP15 2HR T: 01291 690268 E: harvey@berllanderi.freeserve.co.uk W: www.berllanderi.freeserve.co.uk Open: All Year / Units: 1 / Sleeps: 6


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Foxes Reach Tintern D5


Catbrook, nr Chepstow, NP16 6NA T: 01600 860341 E: fionawilton@btopenworld.com W: www.monmouthshirecottages.co.uk Open: All Year / Units: 1 / Sleeps: 6


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Tintern Abbey Cottage Tintern D5


Chapel Hill, Tintern, Chepstow, NP16 6SF T: 01600 860341 E: fionawilton@btopenworld.com W: www.monmouthshirecottages.co.uk Open: All Year / Units: 1 / Sleeps: 6


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Magnificent location unsurpassed Abbey views. Fully refurbished smartly contemporary warm 18C character cottage. Comprehensively equipped. Flatscreen TVs. DVD, Ipod. Two sparkling bathrooms. Whirlpool bath, crisp linens, towels. CH, woodburner. Bike/golf club store. Wye Valley Walk adjoins. Stroll to pubs wedding venues. Convenient. Idyllic. Immaculate.


Weekly: £350-£950 3 nights: £250-£500 CYCLISTS


Whitewashed stone character, blissful hot tub, charming garden. Tradition with contemporary comfort. Comprehensively equipped. Flatscreen Satellite TVs. WiFi. Ipod dock. Flagged floors. Two sparkling bathrooms. Romantic bedsteads, lavendered linens, towels. CH, woodburner. Pet welcome. Walking from doorstep. Parking. Convenient. Idyllic. Immaculate. Short breaks. Credit cards.


Weekly: £350-£950 3 nights: £250-£500 CYCLISTS


Luxury 17th century coach house conversion by artist and architect, set in the Vale of Usk; incorporating traditional and contemporary design. Complete comfort with under floor heating, slate and oak floors, two en-suite bedrooms. Large oak-beamed living room. Spacious landscaped grounds with scenic views.


Weekly: £425-£875 3 nights: £285-£390


Wainfield Lane, Gwehelog, Usk, Monmouthshire, NP15 1RG T: 01291 672976 E: mail@brynderi.co.uk W: www.brynderi.co.uk Open: All Year / Units: 1 / Sleeps: 2


Beautifully furnished self-contained wing of country home in two acre garden (NGS) described as ‘outstanding’ by WTB. Tranquil, rural setting yet easy access to main roads, M4, M50. Single storey, spacious, light and airy, comprehensively equipped for luxury stays. Fine bed linen, bathrobes, fluffy towels, toiletries. Welcome pack of organic milk, orange juice, mineral water, teas, coffees, cakes, flowers. Freeview TV. French doors to private patio, suntrap garden areas. Excellent pub food ¼ mile. Celtic Manor spa/golf (Ryder Cup 2010) 15 minutes.


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Vanilla Cottage Usk B5


1 The Steppes, Kemeys Commander, Usk, NP15 1JZ T: 01600 860341 E: fionawilton@btopenworld.com W: www.monmouthshirecottages.co.uk Open: All Year / Units: 1 / Sleeps: 3


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Warmly romantic comfort. Fully refurbished 2011. Perfect for honeymoons, birthdays, golf, sleeping, eating, walking, castles. Whirlpool bath, Satellite TVs, iPod, Woodburner, full CH. Rural, yet easy M4/M50/M5 access. Fenced delightful cottage garden, suntrap terrace, Parking. Visiting pamper therapies. Short breaks. Immaculate. Convenient.


Weekly: £200-£650 3 nights: £200-£450 CYCLISTS


Weekly: £280-£400 3 nights: £210-£240


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Spacious well equipped luxury cottage panoramic views, oak beams, easy access M50/M5/M4. Twin ensuite bedroom on ground floor, two bedrooms/shower rooms on first floor. Large private south terrace, garden, parking. Explore the farm and woodland and see wild deer and badgers.


Weekly: £300-£850 3 nights: £250-£500


Usk B5


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