An excellent breakfast menu to choose from is available and included in the costs. All diets are catered for if we are given prior notice when booking.
There is now some provision for walking disabled people. A stair lift if you have difficulty getting up and down stairs, a shower stool, bath seat and handles to get in and out of the bath are now installed. Sorry there is no provision for severely disabled, the house is not suitable for a wheelchair..
We have solar heating panels on the roof for our hot water system, and try to recycle as much as possible.
Children to OAPs, business and working people and walking disabled ALL welcome
The accommodation consists of :
Two bedrooms:- 1 double/twin ensuite bedroom. Cot available with prior notice.
1 double bedroom with private bathroom. Both rooms available as single, on single rate tariff.
Within the area there are many attractions, including good restaurants, pubs and eating places to suit all tastes in the town and further afield.
Good centre for touring both sides of the English and Welsh borders
Energetic or easy walking by rivers, in the hills, by waterfalls etc., or more adventurous locations for the fitter and ambitious persons.
There is a floribundant garden which we have landscaped, with a couple of small ponds. With tables and chairs for you to sit and enjoy the lovely spring and summer and early autumn evenings, which we do get here (though remember this is Britain!) and enjoy the stunning views. We do encourage you to make the most of all the interesting and beautiful places you can easily access by car, local transport etc. We are not too far for you to visit on a day's outing to the seaside, Gower Coast , Swansea and Porthcawl, Cardiff about 40 to 50 miles on the A40 & M4 from here. Also on the Welsh borders, not very far are the towns of Abergavenny, Chepstow, Hay on Wye and Usk, with the Black Mountains and Brecon Beacons practically on our doorstep as is the Forest of Dean on the English side of the border. Also on the English side, is the town of Ross-on-Wye, and the Cathedral cities of Gloucester, and Hereford, Bristol and even Bath are a day's outing. There have masses of information to hand to help you find your dreams!
The town center is only half a mile from the house. There are lots of pubs, restaurants and eating places, also many interesting shops to browse in. Monmouth now has a theatre for classical and musical productions and a picture house, which doubles as a theatre for our local amateur productions. There are lots of things to do down on the river. We have our local golf club, with several others within a five mile radius. Newport is 25 miles away.
Castles galore! Lots of historical, artistic, creative and interesting things to do and see in the town, near and far.
Play golf, indulge in river pursuits, mountaineering, climbing hire a bicycle etc.
NEVER A DULL MOMENT!
A little knowledge of::- German, French and Spanish.