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We are looking forward to seeing lots friends at the new barn for some of the following events. But you don't need an event as an excuse, just come and see us anyway!
We are 5 miles from the medieval town of Monmouth and close to the beautiful Golden Valley and the rugged hills of the Brecon Beacons and Black Mountains .
Herefordshire and Monmouthshire have a fantastic selection of festivals, including Hay-on-Wye literary festival, Brecon Jazz plus an array of art, food and music festivals.
There are a wealth of activities to choose from - with the famous Offa’s Dyke, ancient monuments and magnificent border castles all close at hand.
Tintern Abbey (pictured)
Play golf at the stunning Rolls of Monmouth club situated approximately a mile away or try the challenging Celtic Manor - hosts of the 2010 Ryder Cup.
There are many opportunities to see the Severn bore, but the above dates are the only 4-star tides this spring.
A celebration of English cider and perry in the parishes of Marcle Ridge. Includes cider making and tasting with BBQs and jazz bands. Orchards in Blossom in April and a harvest celebration in October - a friendly atmosphere at a number of local orchards and cider makers...
Hay-on-Wye is a tiny market town in the Brecon Beacons National Park, It has 1500 people and 41 bookshops. The Festival is a spectacular party for fans of books, food, drink, comedy, music, art, argument and literature.
This should be the best ever - see sidebar (right) for this year's line-up. For all the latest information on this year's bands take a look at the website.
Always good value with some big names, plus a lot of names you will be hearing soon ...
Held every year in Ludlow, Shropshire, England - the town with the reputation for good food and drink. Whether you are a serious foodie or someone who just appreciates good food and drink, there's more than enough to ensure a will have a great time - and you'll certainly be able to taste the difference.
Herefordshire Art Week is an opportunity to see Herefordhsire artists, often is their own studios.
A taste of the local produce ...
The following links have local accomodation and activities:
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