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Breakfast room
4 guests
2 bedrooms
3 beds
1 private bath
4 guests
2 bedrooms
3 beds
1 private bath

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A 300 year old farmhouse in National Park (behind Sugar Loaf mountain & 15 mins from Abergavenny)
Quiet night's sleep in separate annexe, then you have breakfast looking at spectacular views. (No evening meals - really happy to suggest where to go)

Amenities
Family/kid friendly
Wireless Internet
Free parking on premises
Breakfast
Sleeping arrangements
Bedroom 1
1 king bed
Bedroom 2
2 single beds
House Rules
No smoking
Not suitable for pets
No parties or events
Check-in is anytime after 5PM
Check out by 11AM
Cancellations

55 Reviews

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Romy User Profile
May 2014
We had a fantastic weekend with Rob and Alex! They are amazing hosts, great cooks and great company! The annex we stayed in was lovely, and the view from the breakfast table was beautiful. There are many walking routes available from their house, and great pubs a drive away. We w…

Debbie User Profile
September 2017
As sisters, we came looking for some well needed time out together. We all found sanctuary here, breathing space, well away from the normal busy schedules. The annexe and the Kitchen/ Garden room, where we had breakfast are an inspiration. The character filled spaces are a grea…
Rob & Alex User Profile
Response from Rob & Alex:
Thank you Deb for fitting into our (my) hectic schedule. Best
September 2017

Mary User Profile
August 2017
Very enjoyable stay. Great location for walks and to discover the area. Good chats whilst having a delicious breakfast. Alex recommended going to 'big pit' a heritage coal mine site. It was an amazing experience, which our 12 year old daughter loved.

Susan User Profile
July 2017
Lovely location for a short get-away in the Black Mountains. I visited with my parents, who enjoyed the chance to see something different, as well as an excellent meal at a local pub recommended by our hosts.

Eleanor User Profile
July 2017
Rob and Alex were very welcoming and attentive hosts, happy to offer suggestions for walks and pub trips in the area. The annex as our own space was lovely and rustic which offered the facilities we needed (kettle with selection of teas and coffee, bath with selection of toiletri…

Lennard User Profile
July 2017
My stay at this B&B was amazing. Rob & Alex are excellent hosts and they have an absolutely lovely dog :) The annex was very clean and it has a very nice intererior. Outside of the annex is a private sitting area with a absolutely amazing view on the hills. The breakfasts that we…

Gerrard User Profile
July 2017
The scenery, the accommodation, the breakfast, the suggestions were all perfect. Idyllic setting. Do not hesitate to book now!

United KingdomJoined in January 2013
Rob & Alex User Profile
Countryman married to Alex, plantswoman, with two children. Work from home as rural surveyor/commentator. Up for wild camp, farm, food, wildlife, fishing, hunting, birdwatching, pottery...with jaunts to town for urban grit & culture. Enjoy sharing views with others - always open …
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