Find and Book Wye Valley Cottage Holidays on the England-Wales Border

Wye Valley holiday cottages are surrounded by wooded glades, river valleys and ancient ruins, right on the border between England and Wales.

This Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty stretches for 326 square miles, covering parts of Gloucestershire, Monmouthshire and Herefordshire. Rare wildlife, unique geology and the remains of an industrial past make this an internationally renowned region. The River Wye meanders through a deep valley, where limestone gorges and wild ravine woodland have created a paradise for walking, horse-riding, cycling and water-sports. If you want a countryside cottage in which to unwind in a  in a wonderfully unspoiled area which has not lost its traditional, rural way of life, a Wye Valley holiday cottage could be exactly what you are looking for. Agriculture and forestry remain important industries and there is only one town in the area - Ross-on-Wye. Self-catering holidays in the Wye Valley are rewarding regardless of the season. In spring, the woods are carpeted in bluebells and wild garlic, while in summer, the meadows are alive with wildflowers. Autumn is a breath-taking display of gold and red, and winter offers far-reaching views of the snowy Black Mountains and Golden Valley.

8 cottages found 8 match all criteria.

Large 3-storey holiday home with hot tub and superb river views across the Wye Valley at Symonds Yat. Hollytree House offers group accommodation for up to 22 guests in a peaceful rural location for special occasions, reunions or for self-catering holidays just messing about on the river.

  • Sleeps 22
  • Bedrooms 9
  • Bathrooms 8
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Orchard House is a large and luxuriously furnished Monmouthshire Holiday Cottage nestling deep in the Llangovan Valley on a cider apple farm. This family and dog-friendly countryside cottage sleeping 24 in 10 bedrooms (8 bathrooms) in a rural area of outstanding natural beauty. Pets Welcome.

  • Sleeps 24
  • Bedrooms 10
  • Bathrooms 8
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On the banks of the scenic meandering River Wye in the Forest of Dean, River Wye Lodge is a large, accessible holiday cottage sleeping 26 guests. Enjoy days out in the Wye Valley on or off the river, or just relax in a holiday home with a hot tub, games room and children's playground. Pets Welcome

  • Sleeps 24
  • Bedrooms 12
  • Bathrooms 10
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The Old Vicarage is a large and elegant, former Victorian vicarage in Peterchurch, Herefordshire with beautiful period features including typical Victorian high ceilinged rooms. It is spacious holiday home. beautifully restored and surrounded by 4 acres of wonderful gardens, orchards and a paddock.

  • Sleeps 12
  • Bedrooms 6
  • Bathrooms 4
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Recently converted 17C secluded Herefordshire holiday cottage near Roos-on-Wye with Wi-Fi sleeping 2. Wonderful valley views. Level access, 100% wheelchair accessible [M3] with adjacent parking. English Tourist Board 5-Star graded. Owners on site (but away from sight). Excellent pubs. Dogs welcome.

  • Sleeps 2
  • Bedrooms 1
  • Bathrooms 1
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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 24
  • Bedrooms 10
  • Bathrooms 8
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The Coach House is a delightful detached country cottage with an outdoor pool in Welford, a Wye Valley village near Ross-on-Wye in the scenic Herefordshire countryside. The dog friendly cottage offers cosy, well-equipped self-catering accommodation for 2-5 guests in 3 bedrooms (one ground floor).

  • Sleeps 5
  • Bedrooms 3
  • Bathrooms 1
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The area is scattered with charming villages and market towns, such as Monmouth, Symonds Yat and Whitchurch. Ancient fortifications dot the long-disputed border between England and Wales, from the castles of Chepstow and Goodrich to the ramparts of Offa's Dyke. Tintern Abbey is undoubtedly one of Wales' most iconic landmarks and has attracted visitors for centuries. You will find the shell of this stunning Gothic abbey open to the sky, in a tranquil setting near the banks of the River Wye. In the thriving communities scattered through the Wye Valley, you will discover restaurants and pubs serving delicious food prepared with the freshest ingredients from the surrounding countryside. The quality of the region's produce is celebrated at a number of renowned events, including the Abergavenny Food Festival.