Fairhaven

Brockweir, Monmouthshire, NP16 7PE

Escape the everyday as you watch the River Wye flow by at Fairhaven, Brockweir in the heart of the Wye Valley.

This allergen-free self catering holiday home makes for the ultimate rural retreat for families and groups of friends, with one king bedroom with en-suite, two twin rooms and three bathrooms.

Watch as deer creep from the forestry into the garden, enjoy a barbecue in a private meadow overlooking the famous river or access scenic walking routes just a stone's throw from the front door.

Fairview has been restored as a cosy rural home with authentic farmhouse charm and rustic interior.

Amenities: -

- Dishwasher
- Washing machine
- Tumble drier
- Log burner
- Barbecue
- Off-road parking
- WIFI

Pets: Due to the owner's allergies regrettably pets are strictly not allowed.
Fairhaven is located in the Wye Valley AONB, Monmouthshire, South Wales - Perfect for exploring the varied and historical landscape of the Forest of Dean and Wye Valley, with things to do for all the family.

Walk in the steps of JRR Tolkien and JK Rowling to see where they were inspired to create mythical forests imagined by families across the globe, or conquer some of the oldest castles in Europe with wild Welsh battlements at Chepstow and White Castle.

Need to relax? Take a canoe down the meandering, peaceful River Wye, or shake things up in the rapids at Symond's Yat.

Don't get tired yet! There's still time to journey under the earth and discover the incredible underground scenery created by centuries of mining at Clearwell Caves, or see the Forest through the billowing steam of an authentic coal-fired steam train at Parkend.

Choose the ideal attractions to suit you and your party, or better yet, call us and we'll help you out. With plenty of festivals, exhibitions, shows and performances all year-round in the area, as well as world-class restaurants and eateries, you won't miss out on anything the area has to offer when you book with White Feather.
Accommodation Amenities
  • Children Welcome
  • Parking
  • WiFi


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