Parva Farmhouse Riverside Guesthouse

B&B Guest House United Kingdom, Wales, Monmouthshire np16 6sq
English

Tintern is set at the southern end of the Wye Valley, on the A466 between Monmouth and Chepstow. Surrounded by steep wooded hillsides, alongside the winding River Wye.

The village stretches for approximately 1 mile, from the imposing Tintern Abbey, in the south, to the secluded Tintern Old Station, in the north.

Parva Farmhouse Riverside Guesthouse is situated toward the northern end of the village, next to St. Michael’s Churchyard, on the river side.

Tintern is ideally situated for lovers of the countryside, with many footpaths, cycle routes and bridle paths in this “Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.”

Offa’s Dyke is less than a mile away, the Wye Valley Path passes our front gate, and there are numerous local routes to follow.

Cycle paths abound, with cycle hire centres in the Forest of Dean. (we have secure, overnight, lock-up facilities if required) Fishing is available throughout the Wye Valley.

Railway enthusiasts should visit the attractions in the Forest of Dean, at Lydney, and of course Tintern Old Station.

Castles and historic sites galore (as well as Tintern Abbey), for ardent fans of old ruins, all within reasonable driving time. Beautiful gardens for the “green fingered”, include Dewstow Hidden Gardens (15 mins. drive.)

Golf fans can enjoy many courses including ... St. Pierre, Dewstow, Celtic Manor, Shire Newton, Monmouth and many more.

Horse racing enthusiasts can visit Chepstow Racecourse (7 mins. Drive) where you can enjoy the “Sport of Kings” and a large Sunday market.

The Major towns and cities, Cardiff, Bristol, Bath, Gloucester, Chepstow, Monmouth and Hereford, to name just a few, are all within an hours drive time for a bit of retail therapy.

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Parva Farmhouse Riverside Guesthouse is a 17th Century former farmhouse idyllically set just 50 yards from the banks of the River Wye (in the picturesque Wye Valley), next to the medieval Church of St. Michael’s and less than a mile from the historic Tintern Abbey.

This small, friendly guesthouse, owned and run by your hosts, Peter & Angela Vrettos, oozes “Olde Worlde” character and comfort in a relaxed and informal atmosphere where you can switch off and put the pressures of your daily routines on hold while you enjoy our unintrusive hospitality and the beautiful surrounding countryside.

Enjoy energetic or casual country/woodland walks, sightseeing in the Wye Valley and Forest of Dean, or just relax and watch the river go by in this “Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty”

We are situated on the Wye Valley Path, which passes through the churchyard next door and along the riverbank. Enjoy a relaxing walk or exercise your dog before or after a hearty homemade meal in our Inglenook Restaurant.

Beautiful warm summer evenings can be enjoyed with a cooling drink on the south facing terrace area, or take a glass or two and sit on the riverbank to watch the swans, ducks and occasional kingfishers feeding in the river.

Our eight en-suite bedrooms, situated on 1st and 2nd floors, are individually decorated and furnished to match the character of the farmhouse. We have 2 twin bedded, 4 double bedded and 2 family rooms, some of which are flexible for twin, double or triple use.

All have r/c flatscreen, digital TV with free view, clock radio, hair-dryer, tea/coffee making facilities. WiFi. In all rooms. Most rooms have superb river/valley views.

Sorry, we do not take children under 12yrs. old. By arrangement, small, well-behaved dogs are allowed in certain rooms, (small cover charge), and can keep you company in the residents’ lounge before and after dinner. Single occupancy is limited, especially at weekends. Guests may check in from 1pm. Checkout by 10.30am.


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Facilities

Wi-Fi available, Garden
Fishing, Cycling holidays, Golf course

Payment Methods

Cash and cheques are accepted.

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