What’s On

Our farm self catering accommodation is ideally placed for enjoying outdoor activities, cycling along our country roads, walking the fields and lanes, climbing our local hills. Discover the history of the local castles and market towns or our industrial heritage. Enjoy learning to sail or fishing for trout at Llandegfedd Reservoir just 3 miles away,  you can still fish on the river Usk or at other fisheries near Monmouth.

If you’d like a change from the countryside life our capital city of Cardiff is only a half hour drive or train journey away.

Golf In Monmouthshire

Our lovely countryside has a variety of courses to offer the golfer all within short drive. Just down the road is www.greenmeadowgolf.com

With views across Llandegfedd reservoir, only 3 miles away is www.woodlake.co.uk
At nearby Caerleon with 3 world class championship courses is www.celtic-manor.com/golf
Near Abergavenny www.monmouthshiregolfclub.co.uk
If you would like to try a coastal course with sea views, 40 minutes away is www.royalporthcawl.com

A taster of the many courses available

More Attractions

Nearby Caerleon, has a wealth of Roman remains which includes a fine Amphitheatre, barracks, fortress baths and the National Roman Legion Museum.

The Old market town of Usk is just 6 miles away, set along side a river of the same name, a picturesque small town well known for its award winning flower displays and annual open gardens weekend in June. It has a selection of hotels, restaurants, pubs, shops and history, with its own castle dating from 1170.

If you are staying in the area and would like to be pampered, get in touch with www.perfectimageusk.com and you will be given a warm welcome, the salon offers a wide range of health and beauty treatments.

While the ladies are being looked after, the men might like to go fishing? The river Usk is a premier welsh salmon river, also acclaimed as one of the best wild trout rivers in the UK, information can be found at www.wyeuskfoundation.org

Monmouthshire has many stunning castles and historic attractions, our nearest and largest castle is Raglan,

Tredegar House Newport is one of the best examples of a 17th century, Charles II, mansion in Britain, set in a 90 acre park, there is plenty to discover about life above and below stairs. House and Garden, park and woodlands now owned by the National Trust, www.nationaltrust.org.uk/tredegarhouse

There are many attractions to be found within a half hour drive, the Sugar Loaf and Skirrid mountains to walk up near Abergavenny, the World Heritage site at Blaenavon, Monmouthshire & Brecon canal.
The picturesque Wye Valley & Forest of Dean
The capital city of Wales, Cardiff is nearby for sport, museums, shopping and entertainment.

Local Restaurants

Our local area, the Wye Valley & Vale of Usk, has been named as a food tourism destination – Monmouthshire has a wide choice of places to eat, and we have listed below some of our local favourites. You will soon find more within a short drive. Every September Abergavenny has its Food Festival, and there are regular farmers markets taking place.

The White Hart Village Inn
Llangybi, Near Usk, Monmouthshire, NP15 1NP Tel: 01633 450258
Award winning pub in the next village 4 miles away.

Carpenters Arms
Coed-y-paen, Pontypool, Gwent, NP4 0TH Tel: 01291 672621
A friendly rural pub with good food and company,

Green Meadow Golf Club
Treherbert Road, Croesyceiliog, Cwmbran, Gwent, NP44 2BZ. Tel: 01633 869321
Welcome to a true taste of Wales at The Meadows public bar & restaurant

Usk Caerleon & Cwmbran also offer a good choice of places to eat and not far to drive.