Child Friendly Cottages In Monmouthshire To Rent
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Previous guest - verified booking
"A roomy, comfortable, beautiful holiday let affording unusual accommodation - converted wing with vaulted ceiling in a house full of history- in amazing grounds. Something for all ages, assuming a love of magnificent country side, including rowing on a lake 200 yards away through the fields. We had a change round in the party, due to work and commitments, and Stable Court happily housed residents of seven months to seventy, enchanting us all. It was light and well heated with the added advantage of a big log burner for cosy evenings. The Bosanquets could not do enough to help us. We bought lovely eggs from them too and, through the excellent local shop found Bromfields Butchers at Gilwern where we purchased bacon, sausage and other goodies. Apart from exploring the wonderful estate, local church and wandering to the Somerset Arms, we visited Raglan Castle- super for all ages- Tintern Abbey, Tintern Parva with wine and lambs, the Old Station at Tintern and Abergavenny. Wernddu vineyard at Pen-y-clawdd is also to be recommended. Some of the party also went clay pigeon shooting -details in the visitors’ book. April 2012."
Mr East - verified booking
"The bungalow is set in a quiet location just off the main Monmouth/Chepstow road at Tintern with a woodland backdrop where the air you breath is clean and fresh. There are numerous local woodland walks ideal if you like trekking, bear in mind that the local terrain can be steep in places. Tintern Abbey is about a 10 minute walk down the road next to the River Wye which runs through the village. Tintern has with a couple of nice pubs The Anchor and The Rose and Crown (Steak pub) serving a good standard of food. Close by are shops selling reasonably priced souveneirs and one where milk and bread can be purchased. If the weather is sunny and warm the River Wye glistens, the local scenery is beautiful at any time. Nearby are Chepstow Castle and Raglan Castle both well worth a visit as is the fascinating Littledean Jail an 18th century prison at Liitledean (Crime artifacts and pop memorabilia) If you want a quiet relaxing hoilday this is the ideal place and location."
Stephen - verified booking
"S21604 has plenty of space for two people and the layout has been well thought out. It has been tastefully decorated. It is modern but still has a cosy feel.The inside of the cottage was very clean but the outside area could do with some work to make it more attractive - just some flowers would help.The mattress is comfortable but sits below the level of the wooden frame in which it sits. This makes it awkward to get in and out of bed. There is no blind for the bedroom sky light which would be a problem in summer (this has been mentioned in the visitor book several times).The appliances were adequate but the TV was very small and the bathroom lacked an extractor fan or an openable window which meant it steamed up very quickly. The lid for the dishwasher tabs is missing and the lid for the bin keeps falling off."
Alan - verified booking
"Comfortable and we were greeted with fresh flowers, eggs, milk and bread which was a nice touch.However the cottage lacks the basics like internet and phone reception. The television in the lounge is too small and the one in the bedroom was about the same size as our laptop screen. The shower is ok however the screen leaks. The bed is not comfortable. The wooden 'four poster' frame makes getting in and out of the bed awkward.Some information regarding rubbish collection days and local shops in the area would be handy. We stayed for a week (Aug-Sep 17)and so the washing machine was handy however there is no dryer. Would have preferred a dryer to a dish washer or freezer. Overall we enjoyed our stay however it could be better with a few tweaks."
Christine and family - verified booking
"<strong>The property is down hill towards the valley.</strong> It is very peaceful and the outlook is lovely. We had our Son, Daughter in law and grandchildren. come part way through the holiday. They loved the animals and collecting fresh eggs from the chickens. If visitors want to see the Castles in the surrounding areas. Then go for a Cadw admissions Ticket, we took the 3 day one. The total cost was £27 for the two of us, we visited 5 Castles. It would have cost us a lot more if we hadn't been told about this ticket. I would like to say thank you, once again, to Best of Wales for their very efficient service and wonderful directions, how to get to the property"