Panoramic view of Llanthony Valley from Broadley Barn Cottages

Broadley Barn Cottages

Self-catering holiday cottages

Broadley Farm

Dog lying down in Llanthony Valley
Llanthony PrioryClare Whitehead Broadley Farm

About Broadley Barn Cottages

The two cottages, 'Flagstone' and 'Oak Cottage' and 'The Gallery' accommodation are on Broadley Farm which overlooks the Llanthony Valley in Monmouthshire. The Offa's Dyke Path runs above the farm along the ridge. This area, in the Black Mountains, is part of Brecon Beacons National Park and is renowned for it's outstanding beauty and wildlife. It is an ideal base for walking enthusiasts, bird watchers and star gazers! www.breconbeacons.org/darkskies/.

The farm is grazed by sheep from a neighbouring farm. The sheep are overwintered in the covered yard. Friendly hens and ducks roam the farm and delicious eggs are sometimes for sale.

The valley has long been an inspiration to artists, including William Turner, Eric Gill and David Jones.

The area is rich in history with fascinating churches and castles. Llanthony Priory is just a short stroll down the lane. There is plenty for children to do and see. Museums are free to visit in Wales!

Broadley Barn Cottages are near Abergavenny (10 miles) and five miles from a small shop at Llanvihangel Crucorney.

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A beautiful setting for the perfect romantic New Year. Thankyou for creating such a wonderful idyll in this stunning Welsh Valley. We will be back!

Zoe and Rob

Reading

This is our third year running at the cottage. Each time we come we love it more. Possibly the most beautiful place in the world! See you next year!

Bridget and Joe

Bristol

We had a fantastic holiday in Flagstone Cottage. All we needed was available. Good hot weather included. Fantastic views, lovely mountains. We will come back to Wales to explore. We will recommend this place to friends and other people looking for silence and amazing views.

Magda and Wim Dobbeleau

Belgium

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