Relax and unwind.
Usk Country Cottages is a working beef cattle farm. In the spring, the new calves arrive adding to the beauty of this green valley. You may take a guided walk in our 250 acres of rolling green fields and see fantasic sights such as the roman camp, the Sugarloaf and Raglan Castle, you can see for miles on a clear day. There is also an abundance of wildlife to see here, these beautiful creatures include wild ducks, woodpeckers, kingfisher, fire-crest and many more small native birds.
Follow the country walk signs with streams and gentle rolling fields, or visit our local historic churches of St John and St Jerome and the ancient screen, these are right next door to our farmhouse. We are just a few minutes from the famous Roman town of 'Usk'. A short drive will take you to Chepstow, Tintern Abbey and the Wye valley, Monmouth, Newport and Cardiff.
With a thirty year history of hotel and catering hospitality and a love of the countryside,
we have evolved these 11th—15th Century barns, bull pens, dairy and outbuildings
into six luxury cottage lets.
A complimentary breakfast hamper awaits your arrival, including milk, tea, coffee etc.
Each Cottage offers satellite TV, DVD players, FREE Wi-Fi Connection, private
answer-phone and telephone, pets are welcome by appointment.
First opened in 2007, with a labour of love between running the farm and tending to the animals. It took 8 years to achieve the six luxury holiday cottages we now have available for you.
All the woodwork in the properties has been restored or replaced and has been hand carved and purpose built. Some of the oak was actually grown on the farm over hundreds of years, given that the buildings date from 11th and 15th century, everything has been done to keep them as authentic as possible. Exposed beams in all rooms are all original and vestry gates, millstones and iron wheels have been placed for extra character.
Each property has its own decking and garden furniture overlooking the fishponds and courtyard. Oak Cottage, the largest of the four, has private rear patio garden and an upstairs garden-view room overlooking the courtyard for quiet reading. Rowan and Cedar over the lake were opened in 2009, to the same standards with their own grounds and a valley view, private parking and wheelchair access.
Children welcome under good parental supervision, cots and high chair available.
Accessibility is good with private car parking, flat entrances and doorways which are wide enough for less able visitors. Private car parks and large private garden picnic area.
Once your batteries have recharged, you can discover the small town of Usk and its medieval castle, go pony trekking in the Brecon beacons, windsurfing at llandegfedd reservoir, fishing, cycling, walk the Usk valley walk, climb to devils pulpit at Tintern abbey, picnic at the island in Usk, go to the beach at Barry or the Gower, or choose from 15 golf courses near by, even the 'Celtic manor' Ryder cup course if you feel up to par.