This beautiful Welsh border county has so much to offer visitors choosing to take a self catering holiday in Monmouthshire. Featuring stunning scenery from riverside to hill-top, it lies between the Wye Valley – an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and the Brecon Beacons National Park.
Renting a holiday cottage in Monmouthshire is a great way to take it all in and have a place to come back to each evening. Monmouthshire is picturesque corner of Wales, packed with natural beauty and pretty market towns as well as its fair share of castles such as Chepstow, Raglan, Caldicot and and Abergavenny. To spend an hour or two exploring other historic locations, head for Monmouth or the ruins of Tintern Abbey.
High Cloud is a large and comfortable Wye Valley Farmhouse and separate Barn in Monmouthshire with a swimming pool and hot tub. High Cloud offers self-catering holidays in a secluded countryside location - no neighbours or traffic noise, just panoramic far-reaching rural views. Pets welcome.
- Sleeps 22
- Bedrooms 10
- Bathrooms 13
Fairlea Grange is a superb, large and comfortable Victorian townhouse in Abergavenny sleeping up to 24 guests, in a perfect location for exploring the Brecon Beacons and the Welsh Marches. Facilities in this dog-friendly holiday home include a Home Cinema, Games Room, Hot Tub and Mini-gym.
- Sleeps 24
- Bedrooms 10
- Bathrooms 8
Woodbank is a large, idyllic holiday cottage in South Wales in beautiful rural surroundings above the River Usk in Llanhennock. The house cottage sleeps 20 in 8 bedrooms with 6 bathrooms. It is set within 20 acres of private grounds within easy reach of the Brecon Beacons and the South Wales Coast.
- Sleeps 20
- Bedrooms 8
- Bathrooms 6
Treetops is a large holiday cottage with a swimming pool located in the in the sleepy rural Monmouthshire village of Govilon near attractive market town of Abergavenny. It sleeps 17 and is perfect for large groups and for walking and cycling holidays in the Brecon Beacons and Black Mountains
- Sleeps 17
- Bedrooms 7
- Bathrooms 4
Nature seems to have designed Monmouthshire with beauty in mind, endowing it with soft rolling hills, gently sloping wooded valleys and the meandering rivers of the Usk and Wye. Plan a day on the river, hiring a canoe at the Monmouth Canoe Centre, or hire bicycles at Hopyard Farm near Abergavenny and take to the lanes on a summer’s day to really appreciate the natural beauty of the Monmouthshire Countryside; guaranteed to work up a healthy appetite for a meal made of local produce back at your self catering cottage.