Broadley Barn Cottages, Llanthony
Broadley Barn Cottages
Flagstone Cottage Bedroom
Nearby Llanthony Priory
Offas Dyke above the farm
Situated on a hillside farm, overlooking the renowned Llanthony Valley and near the graceful ruins of the 12th Century Priory. This is the ideal place to stay for walking or just relaxing in the most peaceful surroundings.
Two separate cottages in the converted barn – Flagstone Cottage for two adults and two children and Oak Cottage for two adults.
Hens and ducks roam the farm and delicious eggs usually for sale.
It is a short walk to two local inns serving food and real ale, one in the cellars of the ancient Priory. The nearest towns are Abergavenny with its great markets, and Hay-on-Wye for wonderful bookshops, and the famous Hay Book Festival. The quaint market town of Crickhowell is a short drive away.
Short holiday and weekend Courses in painting, drawing digital photography and stone carving, are run from the studio on the premises. You could try out a new hobby during your stay here.
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