Caldicot, Monmouthshire, United Kingdom Accommodations

Accommodations in Caldicot

Hotel
Nice
241 reviews
10br 3-star Hotel
  • Breakfast
  • Gym
  • Parking
  • Pets Allowed
  • Swimming Pool
  • Wifi
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Hotel
3br 2.5-star Hotel
    Situated in Caerwent, this inn is 5.3 mi (8.5 km) from Chepstow Castle and within 12 mi (20 km) of Chepstow Racecourse and Tintern Abbey. Isca Augusta and University of Wales-Newport are also within 12 mi (20 km).
    Home/Apartment
    7br Home/Apartment
    • Pets Allowed
    • Parking
    The SpaceThis stunning manor house, once owned by Henry VIII, is steeped in history. Guests will be surrounded by heavy oak doors, tapestries, ancient stone walls, spiral staircases, open fires, four poster beds, and spectacular antiques. Conveniently located within a 1 hour drive of dozens of historic sites, the house allows guests to experience the best of England and Wales. The house is a 5000 square foot manor house with 7 bedrooms that comfortably sleep 16 guests. The exquisite period kitchen has comes with granite work tops and an easy to use electric range cooker. Modern appliances include the American fridge-freezer with ice maker and Meile dishwasher. There is a further refrigerator, microwave, blender, toaster, kettle and automatic coffee maker. A welcome package is provided for all our guests which includes Starbucks ground coffee, Earl Gray tea, and biscuits. You will find plenty of entertainment at the manor, the cosy relaxing living room has a flat screen TV with Sky+ and DVD player. Broadband internet can be accessed in three rooms. An great selection of DVD's books and board games are also provided. All rooms have at least one thermostatically controlled radiator to make your stay as comfortable as possible. The manor sleeps up to 16 people. An extra single bed can be added to any of the 7 bedrooms for a maximum occupancy of 16. There are two large master bedrooms, both located in the 15th century wing of the manor and both with king size four poster medieval carved beds as well as en-suite facilities. The third bedroom also has a king size bed which is on a hand carved frame. The fourth bedroom is a single room with basin and mirror. These rooms overlook the front gardens. The fifth bedroom is a single bedroom on the ground floor. Two of the bedrooms have internet connection. The manor has two full bathrooms each with claw and foot baths and separate showers. Two of the five bedrooms also have en-suite facilities. All our towels are of the highest quality and we only use designer Dorma sheets and covers on all our beds. The gardens surround the manor on three sides with a high stone wall to the rear and enclosing the side gardens. Enjoy a barbeque in the large garden with ample seating provided. Adults and children will both enjoy the olympic quality trampoline. Our guests will delight in the private medieval garden where they can practice the art of courtly love. There is also a children's play area with a large play house. Guest AccessAt Oliver’s Travels we pride ourselves on going that little bit further for our guests. If there is anything you would like to arrange for your stay, please contact the Oliver’s VIP Concierge Team who will be happy to help. We can usually help you arrange any of the following: -Cook/catering -Maid service/extra cleaning -Local day-trips or tours -Airport pick-up/drop-off -Babysitting service -Welcome hamper/pre-stocked fridge This is by no means an exhaustive list, so please just contact Oliver’s VIP Concierge Team to help you arrange any of those little extras that can really make the difference. The NeighborhoodThe Manor is located on the southern tip of the Wye-Valley, which is an area known for its outstanding natural beauty. The house is located 10 minutes from the M4 and 15 minutes from the M5 motorways. The manor is the perfect location for both outdoor sports and tourism. Located only 20 minutes from Bristol, 30 minutes from Cardiff and 35 minutes from the ancient Roman city of Bath, guests could not be better located for touring both England and Wales. The Manor is situated in the quiet village of Caldicot, 100 yards from the Norman castle and its 55 acre country park. The house stands in its own private gardens near to the medieval church of St. Mary's which was also built by the monks of Llanthony in the 12th century. Other Things to NoteWhat Oliver loves… - Explore the fascinating area filled with unmissable castles, the Roman settlement at Caerwent and the Carleon and St. Fagan's museum in Cardiff. - The manor boasts all kinds of modern comforts that the Tudors would have died for. - Guests can cosy up by a log fire in the baronial dining hall. What you should know… - The kitchen is downstairs, so it takes some effort to carry the food and dishes upstairs to the dining area. - There may be the occasional cobweb, but it will add to the medieval experience.
    house
    Excellent
    1 review
    7br house
    • Pets Allowed
    Guests can have this manor house all to themselves. Step back in time and experience an unsurpassed private holiday in luxury. This stunning manor house, once owned by Henry VIII, is steeped in history. Guests will be surrounded by heavy oak doors, tapestries, ancient stone walls, spiral staircases, open fires, four poster beds, and spectacular antiques. Conveniently located within a 1 hour drive of dozens of historic sites, the house allows guests to experience the best of England and Wales. The house is a 5000 square foot manor house with 7 bedrooms that comfortably sleep 16 guests. Additional amenities include: walking/hiking paths, ideal for teens, lots to do: outdoor pursuit & activities, wi-fi/internet access. The Manor is located on the southern tip of the Wye-Valley, which is an area known for its outstanding natural beauty. The house is located 10 minutes from the M4 and 15 minutes from the M5 motorways. The manor is the perfect location for both outdoor sports and tourism. Located only 20 minutes from Bristol, 30 minutes from Cardiff and 35 minutes from the ancient Roman city of Bath, guests could not be better located for touring both England and Wales.  The Manor is situated in the quiet village of Caldicot, 100 yards from the Norman castle and its 55 acre country park. The house stands in its own private gardens near to the medieval church of St. Mary's which was also built by the monks of Llanthony in the 12th century.
    cottage
    Excellent
    1 review
    1br cottage
    • Pets Allowed
    1 bedroom dog friendly cottage with a private balcony and wonderful views overlooking the grounds and countryside beyond. It has a cosy open plan kitchen/lounge dining room and a large superking or twin bedroom with French Doors leading to the balcony. The bathroom has bath and shower over. The cottage is situated near Chepstow and the Wye Valley, Brecon Beacons and Forest of Dean are all within easy reach. Vine cottage is perfect for a quiet break away from the hustle and bustle or for enjoying walking holiday in glorious Monmouthshire Weekend Breaks (Fri to Mon) and Mid-Week Breaks (Mon to Fri) are available except in British school Summer Holidays. Changeover may be flexible - please do ask. We are situated in a wonderful, peaceful area of Monmouthshire. The cottage overlooks our grounds and the countryside of Grey Hill and the majestic Wentwood Forest. There are fabulous local walks and sightseeing and Chepstow, Caldicot and Raglan Castles are all within reach. Explore, discover and make memories when you stay with us. 1 bedroom dog friendly holiday cottage in a peaceful rural location with magnifent views
    castle
    7br castle
    • Pets Allowed
    Step back in time and become Lords and Ladies of the Manor. Today this 800 year old manor is available for holiday vacation rentals to be enjoyed year round. A magnificent historic treasure, steeped in history, and once owned by Henry VIII. Experience the grandeur of living in royal luxury. So much more then a holiday cottage you will enjoy exclusive use of this 12th century manor house. Step back in time and experience an unsurpassed holiday rental in royal luxury with this exclusive holiday home. The Manor exudes an inner warmth, and unique charm. Lavishly furnished with antiques this unique opportunity to enjoy life in a medieval manor should not be missed. We have done something entirely unique by combining not only the traditional but the medieval by taking the very look and feel of past centuries and cleverly disguising modern conveniences. We have hidden away technology while keeping it within arms reach so that the medieval house shows itself to be just that. You really will feel as though you have traveled centuries. The Manor absolutely resonates history. *Please Note* Prices are based on 8 people sharing. Additional guests are charged at ÂŁ50.00 per person per booking. All rates are fully inclusive Located only 20 minutes from Bristol, 30 minutes from Cardiff and 35 minutes from the ancient Roman city of Bath, you couldn't be better placed for discovering the best of England and Wales. We are only a 15 minute drive from the Celtic Manor Resort and Golf Club, home to the Ryder Cup in 2010. Llanthony Secunda Manor is located on the southern tip of the Wye-Valley, which is an area designated for its outstanding natural beauty. The manor is only 100 yards from the Norman Castle at Caldicot with its 55 acre country park. Located in a quiet village and surrounded on 3 sides by a high stone wall, exclusive use of the large garden. On the borders of England and Wales you are perfectly placed for touring both countries. Less then an hours drive to: Hay-on-Wye, Bath, Bristol, Cardiff, Gloucester, Cheltenham, Tetbury, Monmouth, Brecon and the Cotswolds. All of which have a unique individual character and will inspire and entertain travellers. There is a large amount of local castles, golf courses, shopping fishing, museums, hiking, climbing, the list is endless. With more than enough to keep you occupied we can also arrange for you to attend a medieval banquet across the road at Caldicot's Norman Castle, or have private caterers create one at the manor for you. We can put you in touch with private caterers or for those who would rather dine out the local castle pub is just 100 yards away. There are many restaurants in the area to choose from each offering a unique blend of traditional values and exceptionally elegant creations. You can enjoy the finest food and superb wines all while enjoying the breathtaking views of the Wye and Usk valleys. We are only 1 hour and 45 minutes from London's Heathrow Airport and only 0.5 miles from the Caldicot train station. Bristol Airport is only 14 miles away.
    Bedroom
    Bedroom
    • Wifi
    • Parking
    The SpaceWe are offering a room within our modern home for professional or leisure guests who share our values and enjoy a home away from home During sporting events like the Rugby World Cup by arrangement, we make more of our home available and will host your trip and provide you with transport and meals. For the rest of the year, like now, we offer one or two rooms for respectful guests on business or leisure. Prices include a simple breakfast. We can be as engaging or private as you prefer. Guest AccessGuests will have access to Kitchen, Bathroom, Lounge and Garden area as well as our hottub. There's off-road private parking on our driveway too. You'll have access to a bathroom on the same floor with power shower and bath. Whist not ensuite it will be sole use. Free wi-fi is available to all our guests. We will normally be staying in the house. Our cat Tally who is shy but friendly and won't bother you and is absolutely forbidden from bedrooms, furniture or work surfaces. Interaction with GuestsWe have lots of friends and connections in the village and can recommend places to eat, drink and see. We've regular drivers that can take you too and from the sites and venues. We are offering an opportunity to stay with us in our modern home in Newport, close to amenities and are open to discuss ways to enhance your rugby experience in the capital!! Want to interact? Perfect. Want you own space? That's cool too! The NeighborhoodCaerwent, and Merton Green specifically is a very quiet, rural location famous for its Roman history and increasingly a commuter area for London, Cardiff and Bristol. Our home is a detached house on a small development but still enjoys a regular bus service and has local amenities nearby Getting AroundClose to M4 and the Celtic Manor, very near to Cardiff, Bristol, and the famous Roman site of Caerwent. Plenty of shopping in Caldicot and a pub 10 mins walk away. Very quiet area and 20 minutes to Bristol, 45 mins to Cardiff. A regular bus service runs past the front door. If you take the train, the journey to Cardiff drops to around 25 mins, and we can of course arrange to take you and collect you to and from the station. Bristol is also less than 30 ins by train from our local rail station We're happy to arrange professional private drivers or take you place ourselves if we can fit into our schedule. Other Things to NoteOur prices are set to reflect the demand at the time . You wi also have use of hour hot tub in the back garden
    Home/Apartment
    7br Home/Apartment
    Situated in Caldicot, this 7 bedroom house accommodates up to 16 guests and starts at just GBP 601 per night. It also has internet (cable) access. It features 5 double beds and 6 single beds and has 4 bathrooms. Bed linens and towels are included. Additionally, it offers a kitchen with a dish washer, a fridge, a freezer, a microwave, a coffee maker, a toaster, and a kettle / water-boiler. The property has a barbecue, a garden, and parking / a garage. Guests can also enjoy a DVD player, a TV, books, and board games. The property is suitable for pets. This is a no-smoking property. Once you have booked, your host will contact you to arrange your check in.
    Cottage
    Excellent
    1 review
    1br Cottage
    • Pets Allowed
    1 bedroom dog friendly cottage with a private balcony and wonderful views overlooking the grounds and countryside beyond. It has a cosy open plan kitchen/lounge dining room and a large superking or twin bedroom with French Doors leading to the balcony. The bathroom has bath and shower over. The cottage is situated near Chepstow and the Wye Valley, Brecon Beacons and Forest of Dean are all within easy reach. Vine cottage is perfect for a quiet break away from the hustle and bustle or for enjoying walking holiday in glorious Monmouthshire
    Castle
    7br Castle
    • Pets Allowed
    Step back in time and become Lords and Ladies of the Manor. Today this 800 year old manor is available for holiday vacation rentals to be enjoyed year round. A magnificent historic treasure, steeped in history, and once owned by Henry VIII. Experience the grandeur of living in royal luxury. So much more then a holiday cottage you will enjoy exclusive use of this 12th century manor house. Step back in time and experience an unsurpassed holiday rental in royal luxury with this exclusive holiday home. The Manor exudes an inner warmth, and unique charm. Lavishly furnished with antiques this unique opportunity to enjoy life in a medieval manor should not be missed. We have done something entirely unique by combining not only the traditional but the medieval by taking the very look and feel of past centuries and cleverly disguising modern conveniences. We have hidden away technology while keeping it within arms reach so that the medieval house shows itself to be just that. You really will feel as though you have traveled centuries. The Manor absolutely resonates history.
    Home/Apartment
    7br Home/Apartment
    • Pets Allowed
    Step back in time and become Lords and Ladies of the Manor. Today this 800 year old manor is available for holiday vacation rentals to be enjoyed year round. A magnificent historic treasure, steeped in history, and once owned by Henry VIII. Experience the grandeur of living in royal luxury. So much more then a holiday cottage you will enjoy exclusive use of this 12th century manor house. Step back in time and experience an unsurpassed holiday rental in royal luxury with this exclusive holiday home. The Manor exudes an inner warmth, and unique charm. Lavishly furnished with antiques this unique opportunity to enjoy life in a medieval manor should not be missed. We have done something entirely unique by combining not only the traditional but the medieval by taking the very look and feel of past centuries and cleverly disguising modern conveniences. We have hidden away technology while keeping it within arms reach so that the medieval house shows itself to be just that. You really will feel as though you have traveled centuries. The Manor absolutely resonates history.
    Bedroom
    Bedroom
    • Wifi
    • Breakfast
    • Parking
    The SpaceNorthgate House Bed & Breakfast is conveniently situated on the A48 between Newport and Chepstow, at the north gate of the historic Roman village in Caerwent. Only ten minutes from Junction 24 M4 and Junction 2 M48, gives excellent links to Cardiff and South Wales or Bristol. There are a wealth of places to visit within easy reach whatever your interests from leisure and shopping to sport and history. Guest AccessNorthgate House previously Northgate Inn has been lovingly restored to give seven en suite guest rooms and a spacious and welcoming lounge /dining area with wood-burner, TV/DVD, digital radio /CD player for our guests to enjoy. We have a selection of board games books and DVD's available to help you relax and enjoy your stay. The stone wall frontage has dual gated access to ample free parking and there is a separate ramp/wheelchair access and generous garden area. Interaction with GuestsBrian and Marion live at Northgate House and are available to help with any queries you may have during your stay contact (phone number hidden) or email (email hidden) The NeighborhoodCaerwent village has at its centre the Roman city of Silurum, which provides some well preserved Roman ruins and the wall to the city and its north entrance are a prominent feature to the rear of Northgate house and its gardens. Other historic places of interest in the area include the roman fort in Caerleon, castles in Caldicot, Chepstow, Caephilly and Cardiff and the Abbey in Tintern. The area has much to offer those interested in sport with Celtic Manor golf resort 8 miles away, Chepstow Racecourse 6miles. David Broom Equestrian Centre 2miles, National Diving Centre 6miles, other golf courses and an archery centre are also close by as well as areas of the countryside to explore on foot or cycle. There are a variety of places to eat within an easy walk or short drive from the property, and good shopping in Cardiff, Gloucester and Bristol cities. Getting AroundA car is desirable to explore the area to its fullest, though there are regular train services from Chepstow, Caldicot and Severn Tunnel Junction. A limited bus service passes through the village and there are reliable local taxi services. Other Things to NoteNorthgate House is situated close to the Welsh/English border. If travelling from England and using the M4 or M48 to cross the river Severn into Wales there is a toll to pay.
    Bedroom
    Excellent
    44 reviews
    Bedroom
    • Parking
    The SpaceA bedroom with bunk beds which sleep 3 and the availability of a chair bed by negotiation. The bathroom is in the main house a few yards from the room. There's plenty of parking space and places to sit outside. Guest AccessUse of bathroom with shower, toilet and basin. Use of kitchen, by negotiation for cooking. Guests are welcome to walk round the grounds - woods and paddocks and there is access to public footpath from the property. Interaction with GuestsWe are a busy family but happy to help guests as much as we can. The NeighborhoodAlthough out of the village and in a quiet location, this is an excellent base for all maner of interests. There is woodland walking from the property; Celtic Manor is 20mins drive; St Pierre and Dewstow golf courses are within easy reach; the David Broome Event Centre is 10mins drive; Chepstow is 15mins drive; Cardiff 40mins drive; Newport 25mins drive; Cheltenham 60mins drive; Bristol 30mins drive; Brecon Beacons approx. 45mins drive; Forest of Dean approx. 30mins drive. Getting AroundWe are approx. 15 mins from Chepstow station and about 5mins from Severn Tunnel Junction from where there are trains to Bristol, Cardiff, Cheltenham, etc. Other Things to NoteThe property is surrounded by farm land and there are animals on the property. It is vital that gates are shut and that guests don't wander on to other properties!
    Bedroom
    Bedroom
    • Wifi
    • Breakfast
    • Parking
    The SpaceNorthgate House Bed & Breakfast is conveniently situated on the A48 between Newport and Chepstow, at the north gate of the historic Roman village in Caerwent. Only ten minutes from Junction 24 M4 and Junction 2 M48, gives excellent links to Cardiff and south Wales or Bristol. There are a wealth of places to visit within easy reach whatever your interests from leisure and shopping to sport and history. Guest AccessNorthgate House previously Northgate inn has been lovingly restored to give seven en suite guest rooms and a spacious and welcoming lounge /dining area with wood-burner, TV/DVD, digital radio /CD player for our guests to enjoy. We have a selection of board games books and DVD's available to help you relax and enjoy your stay. The stone wall frontage has dual gated access to ample free parking and there is a separate ramp/wheelchair access and generous garden area. Interaction with GuestsBrian and Marion live at Northgate House and are available to help with any queries you may have during your stay The NeighborhoodCaerwent village has at its centre the Roman city of Silurum, which provides some well preserved roman ruins and the wall to the city and its north entrance are a prominent feature to the rear of Northgate house and its garden. Other historic places of interest in the area include the roman fort in Caerleon, castles in Caldicot, Chepstow, Caerphilly and Cardiff and the Abbey in Tintern. The area has much to offer those interested in sport with Celtic Manor golf resort 8 miles away, Chepstow Racecourse 6miles. David Broom Equestrian Centre 2miles, National Diving Centre 6miles, other golf courses and an archery centre are also close by close by as well as areas of the countryside to explore on foot or cycle. There are a variety of places to eat within a few miles of the property and good shopping in Cardiff, Gloucester and Bristol cities. Getting AroundA car is desirable to explore the area to its fullest, though there are regular train services from Chepstow, Caldicot and Severn Tunnel Junction. A limited bus service passes through the village and there are reliable local taxi services. Other Things to NoteNorthgate House is situated close to the Welsh/English border if travelling from England and using the M4 or M48 to cross the river Severn into Wales there is a toll to pay
    Home/Apartment
    Excellent
    1 review
    7br Home/Apartment
    • Pets Allowed
    Guests can have this manor house all to themselves. Step back in time and experience an unsurpassed private holiday in luxury. This stunning manor house, once owned by Henry VIII, is steeped in history. Guests will be surrounded by heavy oak doors, tapestries, ancient stone walls, spiral staircases, open fires, four poster beds, and spectacular antiques. Conveniently located within a 1 hour drive of dozens of historic sites, the house allows guests to experience the best of England and Wales. The house is a 5000 square foot manor house with 7 bedrooms that comfortably sleep 16 guests. Additional amenities include: walking/hiking paths, ideal for teens, lots to do: outdoor pursuit & activities, wi-fi/internet access.
    manor house
    Excellent
    4 reviews
    7br manor house
    • Pets Allowed
    Step back in time and become Lords and Ladies of the Manor. Today this 800 year old manor is available for holiday vacation rentals to be enjoyed year round. A magnificent historic treasure, steeped in history, and once owned by Henry VIII. Experience the grandeur of living in royal luxury. So much more then a holiday cottage you will enjoy exclusive use of this 12th century manor house. Step back in time and experience an unsurpassed holiday rental in royal luxury with this exclusive holiday home. The Manor exudes an inner warmth, and unique charm. Lavishly furnished with antiques this unique opportunity to enjoy life in a medieval manor should not be missed. We have done something entirely unique by combining not only the traditional but the medieval by taking the very look and feel of past centuries and cleverly disguising modern conveniences. We have hidden away technology while keeping it within arms reach so that the medieval house shows itself to be just that. You really will feel as though you have traveled centuries. The Manor absolutely resonates history. Prices are based on 12 people sharing. For parties over 12 additional guests are charged at ÂŁ50.00 per person, per booking.Please inquire about mid-week and weekend breaks!!! On the borders of England and Wales you are perfectly placed for touring both countries. Less then an hours drive to: Hay-on-Wye, Bath, Bristol, Cardiff, Gloucester, Cheltenham, Tetbury, Monmouth, Brecon and the Cotswolds. All of which have a unique individual character and will inspire and entertain travellers. There is a large amount of local castles, golf courses, shopping fishing, museums, hiking, climbing, the list is endless. With more than enough to keep you occupied we can also arrange for you to attend a medieval banquet across the road at Caldicot's Norman Castle, or have private caterers create one at the manor for you. We can put you in touch with private caterers or for those who would rather dine out the local castle pub is just 100 yards away. There are many restaurants in the area to choose from each offering a unique blend of traditional values and exceptionally elegant creations. You can enjoy the finest food and superb wines all while enjoying the breathtaking views of the Wye and Usk valleys.
    Home/Apartment
    8br Home/Apartment
    • Parking
    • Pets Allowed
    • Wifi
    ***Please note that HomeAway is not capable of accurately representing our rates, please enquire for accurate pricing.*** The manor has 7 bedrooms and sleeps up to 16 people. We welcome weekend and short break guests please see our own webpage or enquire for rates. Please note that weekend rates are not reflected accurately on this site. Located only 20 minutes from Bristol, 30 minutes from Cardiff, and 35 minutes from the ancient roman town of Bath. It is the perfect location for touring both England and Wales. Llanthony Manor is located on the southern tip of the Wye-Valley, which is an area designated for its outstanding natural beauty. The Manor is only 100 yards from the Norman Castle at Caldicot with its 55-acre country park. Located in a quiet village and surrounded on three sides by a high stone makes this an amazing place to relax and enjoy life. Llanthony Secunda Manor exudes an inner warmth, and unique charm. Lavishly furnished with antiques this unique opportunity to enjoy life in a medieval manor should not be missed. Location: Located only 20 minutes from Bristol, 30 minutes from Cardiff and 35 minutes from the ancient Roman city of Bath, you couldn't be better placed for discovering the best of England and Wales. We are only a 15-minute drive from the Celtic Manor Resort and Golf Club, home to the Ryder Cup in 2010. Llanthony Secunda Manor is located on the southern tip of the Wye-Valley, which is an area designated for its outstanding natural beauty. The manor is only 100 yards from the Norman Castle at Caldicot with its 55-acre country park. Located in a quiet village and surrounded on 3 sides by a high stone wall, exclusive use of the large garden. On the borders of England and Wales you are perfectly placed for touring both countries. Less than an hours drive to: Hay-on-Wye, Bath, Bristol, Cardiff, Gloucester, Cheltenham, Tetbury, Monmouth, Brecon and the Cotswolds. All of which have a unique individual character and will inspire and entertain travellers. Services: We can put you in touch with private caterers or for those who would rather dine out the local castle pub is just 100 yards away. There are many restaurants in the area to choose from each offering a unique blend of traditional values and exceptionally elegant creations. You can enjoy the finest food and superb wines all while enjoying the breathtaking views of the Wye and Usk valleys. We can also arrange for additional cleaning services during your stay as well as babysitting, just ask us for details.
    Cottage
    1br Cottage
    • Parking
    • Wifi
    The outstanding 4-star living accommodation is open-plan with a fitted kitchen area. The dining table seats 4 people comfortably. The Studio benefits from a wooden floor and large-scale custom made and double-glazed timber framed windows and is decorated in muted Farrow & Ball greens and creams. Furnishing is in a modern country style. We have also fitted a brand-new luxury kitchen in May 2015 with all new appliances, which will hopefully make your stay as comfortable as possible. The Studio is equipped with a flat screen Freeview television / DVD player (with iPod / MP3 connectivity) and a CD player / radio. There is a gas 'coal flame' stove to supplement the central heating and make for cosy nights in during winter. A tiled internal entrance porch makes a good place to shed muddy boots and to hang coats. There is also a small patio area with a beautiful view of the church and the centre of the village. There is ample space to store bikes, either in the entrance porch (or we can provide additional space should it be required). All bed linen, towels, gas, electricity and use of Studio washing machine are included. A cot and high chair are available upon request, with the option of a folding bed for a third occupant (by prior arrangement). Wireless internet can also be made available should it be required. The Studio is annexed to our family home but with its own private entrance. As a family with young children we also recognise the needs of parents (and the value of some time alone for parents) so we would be happy to discuss any requirements you may have. There is ample parking on the road outside the Studio. There is the possibility, by special arrangement with the owners only, of using an off-road parking space for 1 small-to-medium sized car. However the access to the off-road space is a little narrow and requires some manoeuvring. We can accommodate 1 small dog (by prior arrangement only) but unfortunately no other pets. The Studio is strictly no smoking.
    Cottage
    1br Cottage
    • Pets Allowed
    • Wifi
    This is an ideal, romantic retreat for a couple wishing to explore this interesting part of Wales with castles, racing, and the Forest of Dean.. A great little getaway in which to relax and unwind, and very conveniently located for exploring and enjoying the surrounding areas. Situated within the grounds of the owners’ home, the property is comfortably furnished and offers an ideal base for a couple. The beautiful Wye Valley is easily accessible, a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, and offers stunning scenery and wonderful walking, and the South Wales Coastal Path is a 10-minute walk away. The Forest of Dean offers outdoor activities in abundance including climbing, canoeing, fishing and cycling with dedicated tracks for all abilities. Golfing can be found locally, with St Pierre Golf Course being three minutes away, and the world-class Celtic Manor Ryder Cup Course is within easy driving distance. There are many places of historical interest to visit nearby including the castles at Caldicot, Chepstow, Usk and Raglan, the Roman fortress in the walled town of Caerleon, and Tintern Abbey. Chepstow racecourse and town, Abergavenny and Usk are all within easy reach. Cardiff, the vibrant capital city of Wales, with its extensive shopping, bars, restaurants, Millennium Centre and stadium, theatres and museum can be reached within an hour’s drive. Also worth a visit are Monmouth with its wide high street and plethora of shops, Clearwell Caves and Puzzlewood, an amazing wooded, rocky adventure. . Ground Floor: The property has one step to entrance, is all on ground floor, has gas central heating and comprises:Open plan living space: With wooden floor.Lounge area: With 32" Sky TV, DVD player, iPod dock and French doors.Dining area.Kitchen area: With electric cooker, microwave and fridge.Bedroom: With kingsize bed.Shower room: With shower, WC and heated towel rail.. All gas, electric, bed linen and towels included. Wi-Fi. Welcome pack. Shared freezer and washing machine available.. Enclosed lawned garden with patio and furniture. Parking (2 cars). Cycle store. Pet welcome - to be kept on lead at all times. No smoking.
    Home/Apartment
    Excellent
    5 reviews
    1br Home/Apartment
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    The SpaceThis is a first floor apartment with a large main bedroom, with large flat screen TV, containing either a large super king bed or 2 singles. There is a smaller room that has a bed settee that can be converted to a double bed (4ft 6in bed). The kitchen over looks the owners garden and the local cricket club beyond, it has fridge, freezer, stove, microwave, TV, and dining table and chairs. The shower room has been recently refurbished. Downstairs is a small hallway providing an area for coats and outdoor shoes. Guest AccessAccess to the apartment is via a separate external door to the side of the property, with driveway parking Interaction with GuestsThe apartment is attached to our own home so we are normally available for help and information throughout your stay, we are always available by phone in the event of any problems. The NeighborhoodCaldicot is a small town close to the M4 & M5 motorways so easy reach of Cardiff, Bristol, Gloucester etc. We are in walking distance of Caldicot Castle which is set in extensive parkland. Its origins are Norman, but it was largely restored in the 19th century to create a charming building which combines building styles through the centuries. The castle is open to the public and also hosts a range of shows and events throughout the year. Close to Caldicot are the remains of an even older settlement, the ancient Roman town of Venta Silurum, now in the village of Caewent. The large number of ruined buildings are some of the best preserved in Britain, and in some areas the defensive walls are around 5m high. Domestic details such as the underfloor heating, or Hypocaust, survive in the remains of one of the town houses. Also close by are the hidden gardens and grottos of Dewstow House. The gardens were originally built around 1900 but were buried after WWII, they were rediscovered in 2000 and have now been renovated. The gardens contain many ponds and rills but interestingly a labyrinth of underground grottoes, tunnels and sunken ferneries. The rock gardens are made up of a mixture of real stone and faced stone using various types of Pulhamite. Next to the gardens is Dewstow Golf course, which is an easy to walk course and open to all, with views over the Severn Estuary and both Severn bridges. Other nearby golf corses are St Pierre and the Celtic Manor Resort. The medieval town of Chepstow is just 5 miles away, here you'll find many bars & restaurants, gift shops, cobbled streets, and the starting points for the Wye Valley Walk, the Wales Coastal Walk, and Offa's Dyke. Getting AroundYour own car is advisable, although local buses provide access to Newport, Chepstow and Bristol, there is also a train station just 15 mins walk away