Wye Valley Holiday Cottages

Wye Valley holiday cottages currently available to rent as well as a selection of other self catering properties.  and holiday accommodation. They're situated in counties such Monmouthshire and Herefordshire and are available for bookings throughout the year.

8 Wye Rapids Cottages Pet-Friendly Cottage, Symonds Yat, Heart Of England (Ref 26793)

8 Wye Rapids Cottage is a charming mews style end-terrace cottage on the banks of the River Wye in the picturesque village of Symonds Yat, near Ross-on-Wye, in the Wye Valley and can sleep five people....

£260.00
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Ciderpress Cottage Family Cottage, Penallt, South Wales (Ref 24803)

Ciderpress Cottage is a charming, detached holiday cottage next to the owner's home in the village of Penallt, close to Monmouth in Wales. With two bedrooms, one double and one twin, this cottage can sleep...

£293.00
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Coed-Y-Gelli Cottage

Coed-y-Gelli Cottage (Welsh Tourism Four Star Award)  is a beautiful and welcoming cottage set in a simply stunning countryside location. Dating back to the 1800's, this old milking...

£264.00
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Crych Du Countryside Cottage, Llanwrthwl, Mid Wales (Ref 2940)

Crych Du sits beside the banks of the River Wye in the pretty Wye Valley, surrounded by the spectacular Cambrian Mountains. Splendid views can be seen in every direction, and the superb walking and cycling...

£367.00
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Evangeline's Cabin Countryside Cottage, Penallt, South Wales (Ref 916067)

Evangeline's Cabin is a lovely detached log cabin situated one mile from the village of Penallt near to the town of Monmouth in the Wye Valley. The cabin can sleep two people in one bedroom with en-suite...

£258.00
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FCH16001

QUIRKY COTTAGE OFFERING A RELAXING GATEWAY TO THE FOREST OF DEAN Located in the village of Mitcheldean this pretty end terrace is tucked away behind the striking 17th century church and is perfect for...

£270.00
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FCH25467

STYLISH DETACHED BARN WITH PRIVATE GARDEN AND HOT TUB This newly converted barn is situated in beautiful countryside between the Wye Valley and the Forest of Dean overlooking the river Severn and just...

£435.00
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FCH26181

FORMER MILL ENJOYING THIS TRANQUIL RURAL VALLEY LOCATION This delightful three-storey mill retains many of its original features and is accessed along a private track nestled in the quiet Arrow Valley...

£335.00
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FCH26791

1 OF 2 PROPERTIES A CHARMING VERY SECLUDED RETREAT AT THE FOOT OF BREDON HILL CHELTENHAM GOLD CUP - WEEKS COMMENCING 7 AND 14 MARCH 2015 FROM 355 Situated in the heart of the village and a stone s throw...

£300.00
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FCH26942

1 OF 2 PROPERTIES A CHARMING VERY SECLUDED RETREAT AT THE FOOT OF BREDON HILL CHELTENHAM GOLD CUP - WEEKS COMMENCING 6 AND 13 MARCH 2015 FROM 355 Situated in the heart of the village and a stone s throw...

£300.00
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Wye Valley

Wye Valley is situated on the border of England and Wales and is a region of outstanding natural beauty. Covering 45 miles and located south of Hereford, its landscape is one of the most picturesque in the UK. This was recognised in 1971 when it gained an AONB designation to become a protected area.

The Wye Valley is spread over three counties: Herefordshire, Gloucestershire and Monmouthshire. To the North lie the impressive Black Mountains which give way, as one travels south, to the softer rural valleys around Newport and Chepstow. In addition to tourism, agriculture remains an important industry in the area.

Through the landscape of streams and wooded hills, flows the River Wye, the fifth longest in the country. Its waters prove popular with water-sport enthusiasts, fisherman and pleasure-boaters. The Wye Valley also proves a natural habitat for a range of rare animal and aquatic species such as the Horseshoe Bat and the Whitebeam - it has three, internationally recognised, Special Areas of Conservation.

The Wye Valley also has an intriguing history, vividly illustrated through the wonderfully preserved Tintern Abbey. The 12th century Goodrich Castle is also impressive and remains largely intact. Standing three stories high, it looks over the Wye Valley towards Symonds Yat.