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Serendipity strikes again. Taking a quiet route through the Welsh Marches from Liverpool back to the M5 for Devon, we were lucky to be taken in at this quiet refuge from the modern world (thanks to my wife's skill at telephone booking). The moreso as...More
Spent two nights at this fascinating property. Was warmly greeted by Trona (and the dogs) upon our arrival, and she made it clear that anything that we needed would be provided. Such a lovely house and the gardens were amazingl! We were staying during a...More
We have stayed in many B&Bs around the UK and I'd put this place as very near the best one yet! It was also our first trip to somewhere like this with our dogs. Lovely welcome from Simon and Catriona (and Maud and Margot!) who...More
We returned again this year following the success of last years visit, his time there were 8 of us in five rooms. We were not disappointed and got the same warm welcome and hospitable service as last time. We were sorry to not see Catriona...More
A few yards from the Usk Road you turn into a shady driveway and moments later you are in front of this great Edwardian Lodge and behind it the wonderful gardens of Penpergwm Lodge. You may not be greeted by Mr Tumnus but will certainly...More