Tintern Abbey Cottage

From $155 / night

Description from the owner

  • House
  • 3 bedrooms
  • 2 bathrooms
  • Sleeps 6

Bedrooms: 3

Bathrooms: 2

Sleeps: 6

Type: House

Tintern Abbey Cottage

Winner of Best Place to Stay in Wales 2010 a picture postcard pretty 18th century stone cottage totally refurbished to provide a delicious holiday home.

The cottage opened to its first guests in November 2009, immediately gained its 5 star rating, and went on to be judged the Best Place to Stay in Wales at the 2010 Visit Wales National Tourism Awards

We have a Trip Advisor Excellent award thanks to the kind reviews of our guests!

We offer 3 and 4 night short breaks January to Easter and October to Christmas and 7 night stays or longer all year round. If you can see a space in our availability chart but not a price or you would like a ...Read more

About the owner

Monmouthshire Cottages

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Tintern Abbey Cottage
Tintern, South East Wales, Wales

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Additional Location Information

We are in Tintern, the very Heart of the Wye Valley. The Wye Valley is officially designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty ( AONB) and the designation is well deserved. Sparkling rivers, walkable forests, fabulous wld and birdlife and clean air. But we are neither remote nor boring in all this greeness! We are very easy to reach from the motorway network and to get the best from the area you need a car or a cycle though you can get here by train to Chepstow and then the 69 Wye Valley bus which stops at our door.( well actually its The Abbey stop but..).. Guests enjoy walking on waymarked trails, exceptional golf on over 20 courses ( this was the home of the Ryder ,Cup 2010) canoeing, pony trekking, mountain biking. rope climbing , fishing and many more outdoor actvities. To add to that we are awash with history . Our brooding border Castles , museums ( including Nelson and Roman remains, ) and Churches will excite the imagination of old and young alike.We have three small vintage cinemas and several theatres and Monmouthshire is known as the food capital of Wales. Taste Wales at numerous award winning eateries, two with Michelin stars, and in our village there is a micro brewry and a vineyard as well as pubs and eateries so no need to be thirsty!.
Star attraction is Tintern Abbey, ruined by Henry VIII , immortalised by Wordsworth and Turner- and discovered afresh every morning by our guests from the cottage windows.We have the premier view of the Abbey of anywhere in the village.

More About This Location

Rural retreats, Warm winter getaways

Getting There

Nearest airport: (Birmingham or Bristol or ) Cardiff, 50 miles
Nearest ferry port: Swansea
Nearest train station: Chepstow, 5 miles
Car is recommended



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