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Ian and Anika run a wonderful place. My bed was comfortable, and the room was sweetly decorated with all thoughtful amenities and fresh flowers. It was spotlessly clean. Ian was most helpful with tips about hiking trails, where to eat dinner, and how to get...More
This is a 300 year old house with low doors and uneven floors. That's what you have to expect in an old building, but it is quite noticeable and taller people you need to watch your head.
Couldn't work out how to operate the TV...More
This B&B was our first stop in Wales. Room was large with a small courtyard behind. Hosts were vey friendly. Breakfast was magnificent. Would recommend if you are in this area. We went on a beautiful hike across the street along the river. Tintern Abbey...More
Stayed here while in South Wales for four nights.
Was rather disappointed that the car park was across the road, and there was a slope and steps to get p there. Having gotten that out of the way, important to me as I am slightly...More
Tintern Old Rectory is located on the A466 with a view of the Wye River. The rooms are quiet and comfortable even if the décor is a bit tired, and Ian and Anika are very welcoming hosts. What distinguishes this B&B is the breakfast, featuring...More
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Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi )
US$118 - US$179 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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We didn’t experience anything untoward when our family of 3 stayed in 2 connecting rooms. As it is a building about 230 years old, the fittings and fixtures are not modern or spick and span. However some people may like the... More
We didn’t experience anything untoward when our family of 3 stayed in 2 connecting rooms. As it is a building about 230 years old, the fittings and fixtures are not modern or spick and span. However some people may like the charms of old world B&Bs
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"We had the back room with access to the garden it was lovely and quiet"