View towards the pretty cottage
A beautiful welcome
Light and airy king-sized bedroom
Nearby sleepy village
Cosy lounge
Country kitchen
Country kitchen with stable door
King-sized bedroom with bathroom next door
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3 / 10  Light and airy king-sized bedroom
4 / 10  Nearby sleepy village
5 / 10  Cosy lounge
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Grosmont Coach House,

Abergavenny (9mls SW), Brecon Beacons
Sleeps 2
Bedrooms 1
Bathrooms 1
Change Fri
Dogs allowed 2
Internet access
Pub nearby
Towels included
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Property code: 42938



The property has been elegantly re-decorated to ensure that it is very comfortable and thoughtfully considered so guests can spend a week or more without wanting for anything, located in the grounds of the owners home your privacy is respected at all times.

Located in the heart of the village of Grosmont, there is a pub, post office, a church and a castle almost on the doorstep. Centrally located, it's a great base for exploring Abergavenny, Monmouth and Herefordshire, as well as having the Wye Valley in one direction and the Brecon Beacons National Park in the other. Cyclists and outdoor enthusiasts will enjoy the location, with spectacular routes.  The Wye Valley is peppered with Norman Castles, Grosmont Castle being one of a famous trio along with Skenfrith and White Castle.

The accommodation offers ONE bedroom: double. Bathroom: with hand-held shower over bath and WC. Kitchen/sitting room/dining room: with woodburner effect electric fire, TV, DVD, iPod dock and radio. Kitchen: with electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge, freezer and washing machine. Outside: terrace and garden area with furniture. Amenities: secure parking for up to 2 cars. Bed linen, towels, electric, central heating and Wi-Fi included. Regret no smoking. 2 dogs welcome - there is a £10 charge per dog. Additional info: bike storage available. Location: pub within walking distance. Arrival: 4pm

SLEEPS 2 : (plus a baby): Master bedroom with plentiful storage. All bed linen included and synthetic pillows available for those with allergies if required

RELAXING: The cottage is very warm and fully centrally heated. Comfy sofa and armchairs, wi-fi / tv / dvd / iPod dock and radio available as well as a welcome stash of magazines and local reads to enjoy.

COOKING:  Kitchen with electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge, freezer, washing machine, basic included (ie: washing up liquid, loo paper, salt and pepper etc). Dining table and chairs.

BATHING: Upstairs bathroom with bath with shower mixer taps, basin, loo. Towels included.

OUTSIDE:  Peaceful garden with garden furniture and lovely views.  Majestic Red Kites can frequently be seen from the Coach House wheeling above Grosmont Castle, which is within easy strolling distance - and perfect for picnics.  Bike storage is available. 

PETS:  Up to two well behaved dogs are very welcome. Pets are welcomed and there is a £10 charge per pet.

BABIES:  Babes in arms are really welcome, please bring your own cot and highchair. The Coach House sadly isn't very suitable for babies once they start to crawl - have a peek at Willow Cottage instead.

GROSMONT:  Boasts its own castle just 100 metres away and 2nd Saturday in the month the local market sets up its stalls in the centre of the village.

OUT AND ABOUT:   The nearby village of Ewyas Harold has one of the best village shops around, a very good old fashioned country butcher, and an excellent fish and chip shop if you're looking for typical British fayre.   A fantastic selection of groceries are always available until 10.00pm from the Farm Shop at Lockes Garage on the A465 towards Hereford (even open on Christmas Day)! Baileys Home and Garden for those with an eye for interior design is near Ross on Wye.  Great for a browse and also has a very good café for a light lunch.


This property joined our collection in 2016 and is managed by Wilma.


From guests that have stayed at the property.

Based on 12 guest ratings

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Reviewed by Jill, 25th September 2017

Beautifully intimate coach house. Perfect for a couple and our dog enjoyed it very much too.

Reviewed by Fiona, 22nd September 2017

Beautiful, cosy cottage in an outstanding area. Felt like a real retreat and our host Sue was very welcoming. I would recommend without hesitation.

Reviewed by Valerie , 28th August 2017

This is a perfect cosy cottage. This is our 3rd visit and will return. Sue is a perfect Host. Great for a couple wanting a hideaway with a pub and great walks nearby.

Reviewed by Alan, 25th August 2017

The owner and the cottage are both warm and welcoming, unspoilt village full of friendly people. Very rural with lots of very narrow roads, beautiful landscape.

Reviewed by Jean, 14th August 2017

It was a lovely cottage, lovely walks with the dogs, 30 min away from the town, beautiful view to see, would go back next year

Reviewed by Susan, 11th August 2017

Lovely holiday cottage everything we needed and excellent walks in the Brecons. Sue the owner was lovely and very hospitable.

Reviewed by Ian, 10th July 2017

A lovely compact and very comfortable holiday home. Sue made us very welcome. A great base from which to visit many towns with lots of " one off" shops. Moving visit to Aberfan having livid through the disaster 50 years ago

Reviewed by Peter, 30th June 2017

Great cottage in great village, with historical interest. Really comfy bed. Charming owner very helpful. Pub 100 yards away does excellent food and drink. Lots to do in the area especially if you like walking. Everywhere very dog friendly. If like me you don't want nagging phone calls there's no mobile reception but good wifi.

Reviewed by Wendy, 16th June 2017

Cottage is small & quaint, could do with a revamp as bed not comfortable & internal paintwork rather tired. That said Sue, the owner & her sons were very pleasant & welcoming. The main house (bank House) is also beautiful & the lawn & gardens stunning. Peaceful & tranquil stay over all. Ideal location & villagers lovely too, great pub for food & weRead morell priced too. Would return as sooo relaxing & gardens so beautiful too Hide

Reviewed by Andrew, 14th April 2017

Lovely little cottage, exceptionally clean and well equipped and above all homely. Lovely friendly welcome from host upon arrival who was very informative and helpful. The village was beautiful with lots of lovely walks from the door to the castles, very practical property for dogs with nearby dog exercising in village, would highly recommend for aRead more relaxing holiday. Hide

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View towards the pretty cottage
A beautiful welcome
Light and airy king-sized bedroom
Nearby sleepy village
Cosy lounge
Country kitchen
Country kitchen with stable door
King-sized bedroom with bathroom next door


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