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Lower Stanton Farm, Abergavenny Bed and Breakfast

Description

Lower Stanton Farm is nestled in the foot hills of the Brecon Beacons National Park, 5 miles north of Abergavenny, 1 mile off the A465 on the Llanthony road out of the village of Llanvihangel Crucorney.

This working farm with 3 generations of the Davies family is still active. Main enterprises are Dairy, Beef and Sheep with a small acreage of maize and wheat grown for animal feed.

The accommodation is suited to both families and couples alike. Your stay would be in a period farmhouse with original character oak beams and stone walls. There are two en-suite family rooms which can also be used as double or twin rooms, both with television and tea and coffee making facilities.

There is also a fully equipped 2 bedroom self catering cottage on the farm which can occasionally be let (when available) on a bed and breakfast basis. Please contact for details.

You won't need lunch after Lynn's super breakfast of big fat, locally made sausages and fresh eggs. Guests have been talking about this for years!

You can walk to the pub for evening meals, provided your a good walker and bring a torch.

PRICES
1 night stays £35per person per night, prices include a full Welsh breakfast.
Reduced cost for children.

Late Availability/Special Offers

STAY 2 OR MORE NIGHTS £32.50 PPPN !

Local Information

The Brecon Beacons are home to the highest mountains in southern Britain, which are more commonly known as the Black Mountain Range, Fforest Fawr and Black Mountains. At their heart is Wales’ largest expanse of open hill common, about 20 miles across.

To the south, limestone pavements catch the light on half-sunny, half-cloudy days, while the west is a region of tilted rock, waterfalls and caves of such geological interest that in 2005 it was designated a Unesco Geopark, a first for Wales. Like the rest of the park, the best way to appreciate the Fforest Fawr Geopark is on foot, by bike or on horseback, independently or with an expert guide.

Offa’s Dyke Path is one of twelve designated National Trails and is the only national trail to follow a man-made feature. The Path runs for 177 miles from Sedbury Cliffs on the Severn Estuary near Chepstow to the North Wales resort of Prestatyn on Liverpool Bay. For about 70 miles it follows the course of the Eighth Century Offa’s Dyke earthwork.

The closest village is just 1 mile away, with a Church, pub, shop and garage in close proximity. Other local attractions include Longtown Outdoor, Trekking, Monmouthshire & Brecon Canal, Brecon Mountaiin Railway and Raglan Castle to name just a few.


Accommodation

Single bedrooms : 0
Twin bedrooms : 2
Double bedrooms : 1
Triple bedrooms : 1
Family bedrooms : 1
Rate per person : 1 Night Stays £35
Rate per room : 1 Night Stays £70

Specialist Breaks

Farm Stays | Self Contained B&B | Walking Holiday

Facilities

Children Welcome | Parking | TV | Internet Access /Wi Fi | Tea / Coffee Making Facilities | En-Suite Facilities |

Accreditations

Independent

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Contact Details

Lower Stanton Farm
Llanvihangel Crucorney
Abergavenny
Monmouthshire
NP7 7NB
Tel: 01873 890747
Web: http://www.abergavennybandb.co.uk

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