This semi-detached cottage is situated near to Llandegveth in South Wales and can sleep five people in two bedrooms.
Located near the pretty Roman Legionary fortress of Caerleon with strong connection to the site of King Arthur s Camelot this charming stone-built former mill nestles in a tranquil valley near the River Usk surrounded by a working sheep farm. A short drive away is the local town of Caerleon …
This cottage is situated on the outskirts of Llangybi near Usk and can sleep six people in three bedrooms.
This is a stunning, detached South Wales holiday cottage located just two miles from Llanhennock and can sleep 20 people in eight bedrooms.
This fine mill is just north of the former market town of Usk in Monmouthshire. It was built in 1813 and fell into ruin before being lovingly restored some years ago to create a luxury self-catering holiday home.
This single-storey cottage is in the village of Llandenny in Monmouthshire and can sleep two people within one bedroom.
This cosy cottage, surrounded by working farmland and walks, adjacent to the owners B&B, on the edge of the hamlet of The Bryn, is just a short walk to the village of Penpergwm and close to the popular town of Abergavenny, and can sleep four people in two
This stunning stone cottage is based in Tregare, Wales and can sleep six people in two bedrooms.
Sleeping up to six people in two bedrooms, this high quality upside-down barn conversion is in an isolated location in Coed Morgan, 4 miles from Abergavenny.
This well-presented bungalow is situated near the village of Raglan in Monmouthshire and can sleep four people in two bedrooms.
This superb, semi-detach barn conversion, five miles from Monmouth, Wales, sleeps eight people in four bedrooms.
In a peaceful Wye Valley hamlet near Chepstow, this hidden retreat enjoys far-reaching views towards the Black Mountains. Recently renovated to a high standard, the cottage is extremely comfortable and ideal for exploring the beautiful border countryside.
Anne's Hut is actually two luxurious shepherd's huts linked by a decking patio area, set in a green and totally secluded meadow and on the edge of a natural wood. Situated in the vicinity of the ancient settlement of Penterry, it really is the perfect retreat for two.
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