Ideal for a romantic break to the seclusion of the Welsh countryside, Ty Bryn offers comfortable accommodation with friendly service and great home cooking.
Guests are sure to feel right at home, enjoy the tranquil surroundings of Llandogo which is a historic riverside village, with fantastic cycling and canoeing opportunities and the Wye Valley is an ‘Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty’,
There are 3 delightfully decorated rooms at Ty Bryn: Thistle, Daffodil and Rose.
The bedrooms are all doubles, and have a en- suite bathroom, as well as a flatscreen TV, hotel- grade mattresses, a hairdryer, alarm clock, tea and coffee making facilities, shaver socket, towels and complimentary toiletries.
All of the bedrooms are furnished to a high standard, with soft cotton sheets and two rooms have a beautiful river valley view, while the third enjoys a peaceful garden aspect at the rear of the property.
Cooked with only the finest ingredients, the breakfast buffet at Ty Bryn consists of fresh fruit salad, Welsh yoghurt, a choice of cereals and granola, cinnamon porridge, omelettes and Welsh pancakes with a selection of toppings.
The cooked breakfast includes free- range eggs, smoked bacon, sausages, tomatoes, sauteed mushrooms and baked beans.
For drinks, guests can choose from a selection of fruit juices, coffee, and teas, including green tea, rooibos, Earl Grey, everyday tea, peppermint, red fruits & aronia berry, nettle, jasmine, and camomile tea.
Free WiFi. Unfortunately we do not accept pets, with the exception of Assistance Dogs. Check in from 4-7pm, check out by 10am. We can arrange early check in for a fee of £10. No children under 16.
There is a minimum 2 night stay for weekend stays, as well as full B&B bookings (all 3 rooms.)
Ty Bryn is in a great location, just 5 miles from the Forest of Dean, and is surrounded in every direction by beautiful scenery and popular walking routes, such as Offa's Dyke National Trail and Forestry Commission tracks. The mountains and waterfalls of the Brecon Beacons National Park are a short hop away by car and makes a great day trip for all the family.
We are more than happy to provide guests with maps and leaflets for attractions in the area, along with out personal recommendations. Historic sites such as Tintern Abbey, Goodrich Castle, Raglan Castle and Tredegar House are well worth a visit, as well as some local gems such as Kingstone Brewery, and the vineyards of Ancre Hill Estate and Parva Farm.
From Chepstow (South Wales, London and South England) From the M48 take the Wye Valley Link Road (A466) bypassing Chepstow and you will see the brown tourist/heritage signs for the Wye Valley. Pass Chepstow Racecourse, St. Arvans and Tintern and once you have passed the Llandogo village sign, Tŷ Bryn is the 2nd drive on the left, well marked with our B&B sign.
From Monmouth (Mid & North Wales, Midlands, North and South East England) At the A40 traffic lights outside Monmouth turn onto the A466, cross the Wye Bridge and at the mini-roundabout (Lidl) turn right. Through Redbrook, over Bigswear Bridge, into Llandogo and to the far end of the village, passing Browns Stores and the Sloop Inn. Soon you will see our B&B sign and lay-by on the right. The turning into the drive is very tight from this direction, so either carefully manoeuvre to come up the drive or continue along the A466 for approx. 2 miles to a lay-by to U-turn and approach from the other direction.