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Luxury Self Catering Rentals in The Wye Valley

Book beautiful Wye Valley holiday cottages in a truly stunning area. stay self-catering on the borderland where the Romans bathed, the pilgrims worshiped, the Normans settled, and King Arthur ruled. These days, it is a place where markets bustle, salmon leap, grapes ripen, and culture thrives. The area is much loved by canoeists, walkers, and mountain bikers and it’s easy to see why. A large portion of the valley is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. It is one of Britain’s most scenic and dramatic landscapes and home to a number of counties including Monmouthshire, Herefordshire, and Gloucestershire. Monmouthshire lies on the furthest south-eastern corner of Wales and is home to the towns of Monmouth, Abergavenny, Chepstow, and Caldicot. If you want to make the most of your time here, book a holiday rental for a short break or family holiday.

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Wagon House Cottage - Llangwm

Wagon House | Holiday Cottage with Swimming Pool at Llangwm, Wye Valley

SLEEPS UP TO 6, 3 BEDROOMS FROM £668.00 PER WEEK RENTAL
Enjoy the heated outdoor pool when you stay at Wagon House cottage near Usk, the Black Mountains and the Brecon Beacons National Park.
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The Haywain Holiday Rental - Monmouth
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The Haywain Holiday Cottage - Monmouth, Wye Valley

SLEEPS UP TO 4, 2 BEDROOMS FROM £298.00 SHORT BREAK
One of six delightful stone cottages at Steppes Farm with bedrooms on both ground and first floors, wood-burner, free WiFi and an award winning restaurant on site.
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Tyr Pwll Cottages - Abergavenny
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Tyr Pwll Holiday Cottages - Abergavenny, Brecon Beacons, Powys

SLEEPS UP TO 5, FROM £250.00 TO £460.00 PER WEEK RENTAL
Superior 4 star cottages, Tyr Pwll Cottages can be found on the outskirts of Abergavenny. Just 2 miles from the centre of this well known market town.
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Wagoner's Rest Holiday Cottage Usk
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Wagoner's Rest Holiday Cottage - Usk, Wye Valley, Monmouthshire

SLEEPS UP TO 7, 3 BEDROOMS FROM £439.00 PER WEEK RENTAL
South Wales luxury holiday cottage near Usk, the Wye Valley, Monmouth and Chepstow. Outdoor heated pool during warmer months, stunning rural location
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Highfield Lodge - Bracken Hill
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Highfield Lodge Holiday Cottage - Monmouth, Wye Valley

SLEEPS UP TO 10, 3 BEDROOMS FROM £365.00 TO £1,150.00 PER WEEK RENTAL
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT Delightful and charming, just a couple of words to describe this lovely pet friendly Welsh cottage just outside Monmouth in a wonderful rural location
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Coed y Gelli - Abergavenny
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Coed y Gelli Cottage Holidays - Abergavenny, Wye Valley

SLEEPS UP TO 2, 1 BEDROOM FROM £243.00 PER WEEK RENTAL
Coed y Gelli is a truly romantic holiday cottage set in the beautiful Wye valley just five miles from the popular town of Abergavenny. This stunning little cottage includes four poster bed, exposed beams and woodburner.
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Dollys Barn - Chepstow

Dollys Barn - Delightful Pet-Friendly Holiday Cottages at Chepstow

SLEEPS UP TO 2, 3 BEDROOMS
Single storey open plan holiday cottage near Chepstow that has been recently converted from a barn in its own paddock with fantastic views to the open countryside.
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Spring Cottage Chepstow
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Spring Cottage Chepstow- Wye Valley Self Catering Cottage

SLEEPS UP TO 2, 1 BEDROOM FROM £333.00 PER WEEK RENTAL
Spring Cottage Chepstow is set above the banks of the river Wye and boasting panoramic views, this pet friendly cottage is located in a beautiful rural setting.
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 Pant-y-Cosyn Farm Cottages
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Pant-y-Cosyn | Farm Holiday Cottages at Chepstow, Wye Valley

SLEEPS UP TO 6, FROM £560.00 PER WEEK RENTAL
Wye Valley Holiday Cottages, The Mill & Granary are self catering cottages set in 126 acres of open meadows and woodland. Facitities include hot tub/spa, games shed and children's play park.
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Cider Mill Pet Friendly Lodge with Hot Tub - Tintern

Cider Mill Lodge - Tintern Pet Friendly Holidays

SLEEPS UP TO 6, 2 BEDROOMS FROM £404.00 PER WEEK RENTAL
Located a few minute drive from Tintern Abbey, Cider Mill Lodge offers guests beautiful dog friendly self catering holidays with private hot tub and stunning views over the Wye Valley.
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Highlands Cottage - Monmouth
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Highlands Cottage - Dog Friendly Holiday Cottage at Monmouth, Wye Valley

3 BEDROOMS FROM £100.00 TO £170.00 SHORT BREAK
Self-contained holiday cottage, sleeping 4. Charmingly converted from a stone stable, tucked away in an apple orchard. Beautiful views from the South-facing patio. Miles of walks from the door. Close to Monmouth, River Wye, Forest of Dean.
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Yew Tree Barn - Near Usk
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Yew Tree Barn - Self Catering Holidays Near Usk

SLEEPS UP TO 6, 3 BEDROOMS FROM £388.00 PER WEEK RENTAL
Yew Tree Barn is a spacious and modern barn conversion offers guest a truly fantastic self catering holiday in the stunning Monmouthshire countryside. A great base to explore the Historic town of Usk, Raglan, Abergavenny and Monuouth.
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Wood Cottage
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Wood Cottage Holiday Rental at Rockfield Nr Monmouth

SLEEPS UP TO 3, 2 BEDROOMS FROM £240.00 SHORT BREAK
Traditional Welsh stone cottage in superb location near Monmouth, wood-burner and free WiFi. with AA Rosette restaurant and bar on site, available for short breaks and self-catering holidays.
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 Steppes Farm Cottages - Monmouth
 Steppes Farm Cottages - Monmouth has a 5 star rating

Steppes Farm | Holiday Cottages at Monmouth, Wye Valley

Steppes Farm offers six beautifully appointed 5 Star Holiday Cottage in Monmouth. Wye Valley Oak beamed cottages set in 4 acres of stunning rural Welsh countryside just 2 miles from the historic market Town of Monmouth
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Brambles -  Monmouth
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Brambles - Dog Friendly Holiday Cottage with Hot Tub Monmouth

SLEEPS UP TO 6, 3 BEDROOMS FROM £355.00 PER WEEK RENTAL
Brambles is a beautiful Monmouthshire dog friendly holiday cottage set within walking distance of the beautiful town of Monmouth. The cottage includes private hot tub and is yards away from a private leisure centre with pool.
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Mole End Cottage - Monmouth
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Mole End - Holiday Cottage at Rockfield Near Monmouth

SLEEPS UP TO 4, 2 BEDROOMS FROM £298.00 SHORT BREAK
This holiday rental has added benefits, Mole end is single story, offers free WiFi and has a AA rosette restaurant on the doorstep. A lovely rural Wye Valley cottage available for short breaks.
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Owl Grove Holiday Home
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Owl Grove Holiday Home - Rockfield Monmouthshire

SLEEPS UP TO 6, 3 BEDROOMS
Upside down holiday home of character, Owl Grove has been lovingly restored and is now bookable for family holidays and short breaks at Steppes Farm Near Monmouth, one of six self catering holiday lets.
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Oak Cottage
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Oak Cottage Monmouth - Rural Holiday Cottage

SLEEPS UP TO 6, 3 BEDROOMS FROM £238.00 SHORT BREAK
On the borderlands between Wales and England, Oak Cottage is bookable for short breaks and holidays throughout the year. One of six stone built holiday rentals at Steppes Farm at Rockfield near Monmouth.
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The Dovecote
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The Dovecote - Monmouth Cottage Rental

SLEEPS UP TO 4, 2 BEDROOMS FROM £298.00 SHORT BREAK
Beautiful stone cottage rental with stone staircase, one of six cottages available for short breaks at Steppes Farm at Rockfield with award winning on site restaurant and bar. Free WiFi.
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Foxes Reach Tintern
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Luxury Holiday Cottage Tintern with Hot Tub

SLEEPS UP TO 6, 4 BEDROOMS FROM £440.00 PER WEEK RENTAL
Foxes Reach is an award winning luxury holiday cottage with hot tub near Tintern, offers year round comfort and relaxation in the heart of the Wye Valley.
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Things to Do in the Wye Valley and Monmouthshire

This beautiful part of Wales allows you to enjoy the picturesque countryside and hills to the maximum. Opportunities abound for hill walking, rock climbing, hiking, canoeing, kayaking, and abseiling. If you are an adrenaline junkie, try out white-water rafting and see why it’s so popular here. Other leisure activities you can try out include ...swimming, tennis, golf, badminton, horse riding, and gym facilities.

The Wye Valley caters for all ages and tastes. It has caves, museums, and historical buildings where you can learn more about the area’s interesting heritage.

There is also a selection of family attractions including a steam train and pottery painting.

The area has many art and craft centres where you can while away the hours shopping and browsing.

Home to castles, traditional market towns, stunning landscapes, and numerous family attractions, the Wye Valley is a gorgeous part of Wales. The area’s beautiful and diverse scenery is comprised of rolling countryside, wide open spaces, enchanting valleys, and magnificent waterfalls and caves.

If you love history and nature, take a journey on the Monmouthshire and Brecon Canal and see the park’s stunning scenery. It passes through the Blaenavon World Heritage Site showing off the area’s cultural heritage.

Wild moors, thick woodlands, and steep green hills are all part of the view. The canal settles on the hillside above River Usk at times.

There is something for every walker and the breathtaking scenery augments the area’s overall appeal. Bubbling from the slopes of Plynlimon and meandering up to the Severn Estuary, the river Wye flows through some of Britain’s most attractive and varied countryside. It is largely unpolluted and considered one of the UK’s top rivers for Salmon fishing.

If you are a canoeist, you will enjoy the slow flowing waters.

Usk is less than 10 miles from the M4 but feels like a world away. It sits on River Usk, one of the best salmon fishing rivers in the country. It is home to an 11th-century castle which forms a lovely backdrop for a romantic and picturesque garden. The town is known for its beautiful flowers and is a frequent winner of ‘Wales in Bloom”. As you visit Usk, go on a rejuvenating riverside walk or shop in one of the independent shops located in the town.

Set on the edges of River Wye, Chepstow is believed to be one of the first historic towns in Wales. It is home to a medieval castle that sits on a rock above River Wye’s swirling waters. The castle was built to stand guard over a major crossing point in Wales. It was established by William Fitz-Osben, a friend of William the Conqueror. It was constructed when castle building was in its infancy and has been improved throughout the centuries. It is among the few castles in Britain which trace the development of medieval military architecture from beginning to end.

Tintern is set on the west bank of River Wye approximately five miles north of Chepstow. It is very popular with tourists because of its ruined abbey and beautiful natural scenery. Tintern Abbey is Wales’ best preserved medieval abbey. It was built by Cistercian monks in 1131 and was rebuilt in the late 13th century by the master of the nearby Chepstow Castle. It flaunts a grand design and lovely architectural details. The abbey’s shell stands open to the sky and is an outstanding example of Gothic architecture. You will be captivated by the vast windows with delicate tracery and decorative detail displayed in the soaring archways, doorways, and walls.

Monmouth is renowned for its stone gated bridge which was built in the late 13th century. The unique bridge has been excellently preserved over the years and boasts a beautiful design. It is one of 3 such structures left in Europe. It was constructed mainly as a form of defense and has been changed in a few ways to become the way it is today.

The historic market town of Ross on Wye is set on a sandstone cliff overlooking a loop in River Wye. Its view is dominated by St Mary’s church which can be seen from many miles around. The church was built in the 13th century using red sandstone and has many interesting features. There is a viewpoint on the western side of the churchyard where you can stand and admire River Wye curving beneath the town.

400 years ago, Hay-on-Wye closed its castle gates. However, it still remains open to visitors who want to see what it has to offer. It sits between England and Wales in the town of Powys alongside River Wye. The River is one of the reasons visitors flock to the town every year. Hay-on-Wye offers picturesque views of the Black Mountains, the Wye Valley, and the Brecon Beacons National Park.