Inglewood House Bed and Breakfast, Redbrook is a historic house offering 3 traditional stylish rooms including a luxurious four poster bed , 1 super king bed with an additional single bed and a room sleeping up to 3 in single beds or a super king-size bed. They can configure rooms to make a private family suite consist of 2 of our bedrooms and a bathroom.
Breakfast consists of homemade compote, fresh fruits, yogurts, cereals, breakfast bread including homemade muffins. Their cooked breakfasts are cooked on the Aga in season and ingredients are locally sourced wherever possible. Inglewood House will happily cater for special diets with notice given. Breakfast is served between 8:30/9:30.
Inglewood House also offers a guest area with seating and a tea/coffee facilities with home made cakes available time permitting.
They have delightful outdoor seating areas which guests are welcome to use.
Pets are happily accommodated in some rooms following discussion with the owner.
Wi-Fi is available throughout the house and a TV in each guest room.
Private off street parking is available although this cannot be guaranteed. There is also bike or other sports equipment storage available on request.
Inglewood House Bed and Breakfast is situated in Redbrook, Gloucestershire in the glorious Wye Valley. Located literally on the border of England and Wales and is directly on Offas Dyke. The river Wye is just across the road and the Royal Forest of Dean rises from the back of the garden.
Monmouth is two miles away and Tintern is seven. A bus stops outside the house taking travellers to Monmouth in one direction and to Chepstow in the other passing through Tintern en-route. Ross on Wye, Symonds Yat, Hereford, Ledbury, Ludlow, Abergavenny, Brecon, Gloucester, Hay on Wye, Bristol and Cardiff are all an easy day out from here.
For walkers Offas Dyke runs along the back of the house and the Wye Way walk is to the front. There are many other walks from the doorstep.
From Redbrook the route down through Llandogo and Tintern passes through some of the most spectacular scenery found in the Wye Valley.
There are a number of outdoor activities on offer in the area such as Golf, Canoeing, fly and river fishing, walking, road cycling, mountain biking, horse racing at Chepstow etc.
Nearby is Clearwell Castle and caves, Goodrich Castle, Butterfly Zoo, Hedge puzzles and mazes etc. Puzzlewood is only a few miles away.
Monmouthshire is known as the food capital of Wales and has many fine establishments in the area.
The border location provides easy access to a lot of old ruins and castles with the most famous being Tintern Abbey. However, there are many many more.
Inglewood House is fortunate to have two local pubs and a village shop within easy walking distance and also canoeing right on the doorstep with the wye river just across the road.
- Children Welcome
- Dog Friendly