Parva Farmhouse Riverside Guesthouse
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.