Church Farm Guest House

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

Mitchel Troy
NP25 4HZ

Church Farm Guest House, Monmouth

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Accommodation Description:

Church Farm Guest House is a charming, homely and spacious 16th century former farmhouse (grade II, listed), carefully adapted to provide a high standard of accommodation whilst retaining the original character - oak beams and inglenook fireplaces.

It stands in an acre of grounds with a stream and well established lawns trees and shrubs. From Mitchel Troy there is easy access to the A40 and historic Monmouth, with its unique fortified Norman bridge, is only two miles away. Church Farm is an excellent base for exploring the Wye Valley, Forest of Dean, Usk Valley and Abergavenny and the Black Mountains are less than half an hours drive.

The cities of Hereford, Gloucester and Cardiff are all easily reached. All rooms have private facilities (most are en suite), central heating and tea/coffee making facilities. However, as a consideration to fellow guest we ask you to refrain from smoking inside the house.

There is ample parking. We offer a good choice of breakfasts and can provide evening meals by arrangement. Where possible we use local or home grown produce and are happy to cater for vegetarians.

 3 star rating

From: £31.00

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