George and Suzanne offer you a warm welcome
to the Halfmoon Hotel in the beautiful Llanthony Valley
touring this beautiful part of the Brecon Beacons National Park by car or bike, walking Offa's Dyke, pony trekking in the mountains, or just passing through, the Halfmoon Hotel in Llanthony
offers a comfortable and friendly place to stay for the night or to just relax and enjoy a welcome refreshment.
Halfmoon Hotel Offers basic but comfortable accommodation with fantastic views from every room.
No light pollution here, just the sound of sheep and owls in the night.
We guarantee peace and
quiet here. We are conveniently situated for an overnight stop on the Offas Dyke and Beacons Way Long Distance Footpaths or on Cycle Route 42
The hotel has a large public lunge bar with a real open fire in winter and walking boot friendly natural flagstones on the floor.
We have a good selection of beers, cider, lager and spirits.
Bar meals are served most evenings from 7 till 9pm.
Our current menu can be found on our website
DOUBLE ROOMS £ 50.00 SINGLE ROOMS £30.00 PER NIGHT PER ROOM
WITH A FULL ENGLISH BREAKFAST.
The Halfmoon Hotel,
Llanthony, Abergavenny, Monmouthshire. NP7 7NN
Lower Stanton Farm Bed and Breakfast
1 mile from the village of Llanvihangel Crucorney adjacent to the Llanthony road
Lower Stanton is nestled in the foothills of the Brecon Beacons National Park close to the river Honddu. Enjoy a quiet and peaceful stay on a working 80 acre mixed farm in a family environment. Within easy reach of the Offa’s Dyke footpath and is ideally situated for exploring the Black Mountains.
It has easy access to golf, fishing and pony trekking with a wealth of local pubs and restaurants.
Your stay would be in a period farmhouse with original character oak beams and stone walls. There are two en-suite family rooms which can also be used as double or twin rooms, both with television and tea and coffee making facilities.
Flagstone Cottage Sleeps 2-3 Adults and 2 Children
Situated on a hillside farm, overlooking the renowned Llanthony Valley near the graceful ruins of the 12th Century Priory. This is an ideal base for walking, pony trekking, painting, or just relaxing in the most peaceful surroundings.
Offa's Dyke footpath lies on the hill behind the farm. It is a short walk to two local inns serving food and real ale, one in the cellars of the ancient Priory. The nearest towns are Abergavenny and Hay-on-Wye. Ideal for shot or long breaks,(usually starting on a Friday or Monday)
Perfect for a couple, or small family.
The traditional stone barn has been converted into two independent cottages. Much of the original stone-work and timber were kept so both cottages are full of character. There is a spectacular wide view over the valley from the cottages.
There are outdoor tables, seating and barbeque.There are stacks of wood and log fires in both cottages ready for cosy evenings.
Towels and bed linen are provided.- There is a washing machine for your use.
Art Courses Available: Whether you are a beginner, or an experienced artist seeking inspiration and development, there is a course to suit you ! Llanthony Art Courses
The Llanthony Valley, regarded by many as the loveliest valley in the Breacon Beacons National Park, is easily accessible and yet remote. A narrow winding road, off the A465 Abergavenny to Hereford Road, meanders through a valley of contrasts, reaching it’s scenic climax at Gospel Pass then dropping down into the world renowned second hand bookshop town of Hay-on-Wye.
The Smithy: Award winning medieval cottage and forge. The Smithy has beamed pitched ceilings, floors of polished wood and flagstones, with under floor heating. Comfortable sofas and open hearths enhance this lovingly and imaginatively restored house. The Smithy was a Weaver and Dryers Mill until the 19 th Century, from then it became Walter Savage Landor’s forge. The property was the winner of the Traditional/Period Living Renovation Award. The cottage has 3 bedrooms and sleeps 6 plus a cot.
Ty Hwnt: A beautiful detached stone farmhouse, which was featured in “Country Living Escapes”. Set in four acres, the farmhouse offers peace, no sound other than the bleating of sheep and bird song. It is haven for artists, ornithologists, writers and those just wanting complete relaxation. The next-door farm (½ mile away) offers pony trekking, free-range eggs and goat’s milk. The farmhouse has 3 bedrooms and sleeps 6 plus a cot and child’s bed.
To book contact Gaynor Elliott by telephone. Both cottages from £390 per week
The Smithy, Llanthony, Nr Abergavenny, Monmouthshire, NP7 7NN