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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."
- suegalway, January 2014 - verified booking
"This is a great rental. The view from the sitting room and front bedroom is absolutely superb - ever changing over the mountains and the estuary. Wonderful. There were four of us and a dog and we all felt very much at home (even the dog). The house is very well equipped and feels very comfortable and welcoming. The street parking is no problem at the back of the house and the Castle View pub and restaurant is only a few strides away. I have to say the food we had at the Castle View was some of the best we've eaten in a long while. We dined there twice in four days! The house is in a very good location for Conwy and Llandudno. We got a taxi into Llandudno on my birthday to go to Romeo's Ristorante, which was excellent and very good value for money. The staff are so friendly and, even though we live in Oxfordshire, we've had a couple of birthday dinners at Romeo's. A long way to go but worth it. I would recommend Fairway wholeheartedly!"
- Mr Cooper, August 2018 - verified booking
"On arrival we noticed a fusty damp smell all around the cottage, but it was really strong in the third bed room, on investigation there was mould behind the bed, the room was not usable and when the grand parents came to visit they had to book into a hotel. On the roof the owner had put some plastic and pallets to fix a leak. The beds were really uncomfortable and the owner had put two thin quilts in each cover so they kept bunching up inside the cover, there for every other day I was redoing the beds. Also the storage heaters had been turned off at the master switch so we had no heating for the first two nights (when we rang the owner he did tell us that he had turned it off and had meant to turn it back on but had forgotten, he did however have two heater brought round so as we were not cold for another night. It was a lovely cottage and location. The owner was very nice, it was a shame that we have had to give a negative review."
- A FlipKey verified reviewer, September 2011 - verified booking
"If there is one description to define this destination it is the View. Situated in an elevated position looking across the Conway estuary, the ebb and flow of the tide against constantly changing skies and with Conway Castle and the hills beyond, this property really delivers as far as location is concerned. Five minutes from Conway itself by car and about ten to Llandudno, with supermarkets and cinemas even closer, this destination is ideal for those wanting to explore this part of North Wales, with Betws-y-Coed just over half an hour away, Snowdon similar and anglesey within an hours drive. The house is a comfortable three bed over two floors, tastefully decorated and furnished and with most all mod cons. If wi-fi, a cafetiere and a little more wardrobe space was added I would certainly suggest it being near perfect."
- mummyhammy, May 2014 - verified booking
"Have just returned from a weekend break at this charming cottage. I can honestly say all the other reviews on here are spot on! Lovely accommodation, given a wonderful homely feel by the DVDs, games and toys for the children to enjoy. The neighbours could not have been more friendly and the service from Stephanie the Manager was excellent. A big thank you to her for the pint of milk left on our arrival, a wonderful surprise and very much needed after a stressful jaunt up the M6! The view from this cottage is outstanding. I couldn't help myself but keep staring out of the window at every chance I got. Harbour view fish and chip shop at the end of the road was excellent and again staff were super friendly. Beautiful local area with so much to do and see. A lovely stay away and thoroughly recommended. Many thanks!"