We really enjoyed the guesthouse and the area. We arrived by taxi from Chepstowe station (about ten pound). There was a small local bus but we couldnt figure out where it left from in Chepstowe and we had luggage. You don't need a car to get here. We went on a couple of absolutely beautiful walks recommended by the hostess. The breakfasts are delicious. We walked all around town. There's a good bookshop and they will post your purchases home. Watch out for Daleks in the trees around the old station, must be a local thing? Amusing. The mattresses are great. Only one small problem for me was that someone smoked in an adjoining room and due to doors not being sealed, the smoke smell came into my bedroom at night. Not the owner's fault as the property is non smoking.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Charming, gracious 4 star Bed & Breakfast overlooking the River Wye, on the main road in Tintern Village. Exquisite river views, old-world charm, warm hospitality, lovely en-suite rooms, sitting room, wood fires, croquet & garden areas. Set in the Wye Valley ‘Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty’, nearby magical Tintern Abbey, enjoy beautiful, tranquil scenery, legendary walking trails.Delicious, locally sourced breakfasts a specialty, freshly made bread, organic eggs, milk & produce, great bacon, sausage, lovely kippers. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Tintern Old Rectory B&B Wales