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Pentre tai Farm


Property Address: Pentre tai Farm, Rhiwderin, Newport, NP10 8RQ

Property Type: B&B

Price Range: £32.50 - £45

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Email: enquiries@pentretaifarm.co.uk

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Monmouthshire

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Property Description :

Owner: Susan Proctor

Tel: +44 (0)1633 893284

Welcome to Pentre Tai Farm, situated in 60 acres of rolling Welsh countryside midway between the cities of Newport and the capital Cardiff, just a short journey from junction 28 of the M4.

Dating back to Georgian times the original building remains a prominent and impressive feature, whilst guest accommodation is located in a brand new development, extending over 3 floors.

Owners Sue & George Proctor have been providing bed & breakfast accommodation at the farm since 1992 and pride themselves on creating a warm, relaxing and welcoming environment at this delightful country retreat.

Outdoor purists will enjoy the farm’s DIY livery service, with many local bridle ways to walk or ride in close proximity, whilst the farm offers a fortnightly clay pigeon shoot as well as 5 on-site caravan pitches for those wishing to ‘go it alone’.

The farm is on the Sirhowy Valley Walk, a 26 mile walk between Newport and Tredegar through the heart of the Welsh valleys.

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