Pen-y-Parc Cottage

Spectacular views acoss the Wye Valley

The cottage is situated within the grounds of Pen-y-Parc House – a 300 year old farmhouse. Set high in an area of outstanding natural beauty above the Wye Valley to the East with views to the Black Mountains to the West. There is easy access from the Severn Bridge (5 miles) and the historic towns of Chepstow and Monmouth. Tintern with its famous Abbey is just four miles away.

Pen-y-Parc Cottage is a non-smoking establishment.

The cottage was converted in 1993 from a stone built barn – previously the hay store for the farm.

Whilst maintaining the original stone/slate construction for the exterior of the building, the interior has been completely re-constructed and fitted to provide all the comforts of modern day living.

A single floor layout provides spacious lounge/dining accommodation and a fully fitted kitchen/breakfast bar includes an electric cooker, microwave, and fridge freezer.

The bathroom has been specially designed to provide comfort and relaxation and there is a full size bath and integral shower.

There are 3 bedrooms - two identical twin rooms and a single room. All beds are provided with duvets, covers, pillows and sheets. Towels are provided.

The cottage has full central heating and instant hot water availability at all times

Cooking is by electric oven and top hob with hood and extractor fan. There is also a microwave, automatic washing machine, and fridge/freezer. There are no extra charges for heating ,cooking, or electricity. Digital TV (Freeview) DVD player and CD/Radio.

There is private parking adjacent to the cottage..The cottage has its own garden area with lawn, rockery, patio, and barbecue. There is wheel chair access through the French Doors.


We are unable to accommodate pets.

Pen-y-Parc is set alongside thousands of acres of forestry land with numerous walks. There are numerous historical sites including the castles at Chepstow, Caldicot, Raglan.and Penhow.
Tintern with its famous Abbey is just 4 miles away. See website link

Chepstow Race Course is within ten minutes drive of the cottage. There are many golf courses within a 30 minute drive including the championship course at St. Pierre. Visitors are welcome at the attractive and testing Dewstow Golf Club where tee times can be arranged on request. The award winning hidden gardens at Dewstow should not be missed.See website link.

For the adventurous, the Brecon Beacons are within one hour's drive, as are the cities of Cardiff, Bath and Bristol.

1. From the East and South

At Junction 21 on the M4 select the M48 towards Chepstow.

Exit M48 at end of Severn Bridge towards Chepstow. Take the A466 towards Tintern and Monmouth.

Go past Chepstow Race Course on the right . At St. Arvans, turn left into the village just beyond the Piercefield pub/diner, signposted Devauden, go up the hill for just over a mile.

Pen-y-Parc House is at the top of the hill on the left.

2. From the West

Take the M48 signposted Chepstow from the M4 and then proceed as above

3. From the North

Take the M 50 exit from the M5 and proceed towards Ross on Wye and Monmouth. At Monmouth take the A466 road towards Chepstow. After Tintern proceed to St. Arvans and turn right in the village towards Devauden. Drive up the hill for over a mile and Pen-y-Parc House is on the left hand side at the top of the hill.

In an area of outstanding natural beauty

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Pen-y-Parc Cottage
St..Arvans Chepstow Monmouthshire NP16 6EZ Wales
phone: 01291 625517 fax:

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