Offering beautiful bed & breakfast cottage accommodation near Chepstow, Ash Cottage B&B is perfectly placed in the heart of Monmouthshire, ideal for the Wye Valley, Forest of Dean and the nearby towns of Crick, Caldicot, Abergavenny and Usk.
Sleeping two guests with ease, the cottage B&B has a spacious double bedroom and an en-suite modern bathroom. Cosy and comfortable with free WiFi and central heating throughout, Ash Cottage is perfect for couples, single occupancy or parents with an infant - we'll happily provide a travel cot if required. Discounts apply for our long-stay guests and a minimum booking of 2 nights is required at weekends and during mid and high peak seasons.
A full English cooked or Continental style breakfast is fully inclusive in your stay.
The ultimate B&B retreat for two, Ash Cottage is surrounded by spectacular woodlands, a stream and grounds featuring a swimming pool, a large outdoor deck and a fishing lake. Inclusive use of our 15.5 acres of grounds and woodlands with fishing lake, swimming pool, outdoor deck and beautiful gardens. Free WiFi, parking and fully equipped on-site function room ideal for business meetings, celebrations, wedding receptions and themed events.
Our well equipped and elevated Oak Barn Function Room is perfect for corporate / team building events, celebrations/ parties and family gatherings - ideally located close to the M4 and M48 motorway links. Facilities available include projectors, sound system, DVD, your own bar and buffet catering on request, flip charts, beverages and banqueting. Walking holiday packages and great fun Murder Mystery Weekend events are also available on request. Owners can communicate by British Sign Language if necessary.
Short breaks are available during low season. Please get in touch with us directly for full availability and the best prices.
The Welsh county of Monmouthshire boasts a number of famous attractions of historical interest that guests may like to visit during their time at our bed and breakfast, such as Wyndcliffe Court Gardens, Usk Castle, Tintern Abbey and Chepstow Castle.
The cottage is also within easy reach of amenities and traditional local pubs.
From the North: From the M5 at Junction 8, take the M50 which becomes the A40 atRoss. When the A40 diverts, continue on the A449 signposted Newport. Take the turning for Usk ( A472) which will take you back over the road you have just come off, and immediately the B4235 signposted Chepstow.
Follow this road generally uphill for six to seven miles until you reach a five ways junction and take the first right to Shirenewton (NOT Earlswood). Again take the first right turn, and after about 150 yards go straight across at a left offset crossroads, follow this lane downhill, across another small crossroads until you see the entrance to Parsons Grove.