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Don't hesitate to stay here, you won't be disappointed! Lovely Lynn went out of her way to make us welcome. Our room was very comfortable and there's lots of history to the house which made it interesting. Amazing choice of foods for breakfast and my...More
On the spur of the moment last Friday evening we decided to go from our new home in Somerset across the Severn Bridge to explore some of Wales and found this really lovely place to stay. A few miles from Abergavenny, Lower Stanton Farm B&B...More
Thank you so much Lynne for our two-night stay in your wonderful farmhouse. A lovely room in a lovely house with wonderful character and comfort, and we were so much made welcome and feeling like it was home from home. The house has such a...More
Lower Stanton farm provides everything you could want from a Bed and Breakfast establishment. The surrounding area and the farm's gardens are both stunning. We arrived to a splendid welcome with tea and cake. Everything was extremely clean and comfortable, and the breakfast was an...More
Have just spent a wonderful few days at Lower Stanton Farm with the very welcoming Lynn.
The farmhouse has so much character and the rooms are spotless.
Lynn cooked a lovely breakfast each morning.
Thank you Lynn for your hospitality.
Lower Stanton is nestled in the foothills of the Brecon Beacons National Park close to the river Honddu, Wye and Usk. Enjoy a quiet and peaceful stay on a working 80 acre mixed farm in a family environment. Within easy reach of the Offa's Dyke footpath and is ideally situated for exploring the Black Mountains. It has easy access to golf, fishing, pony trekking and cycling Sustrans 42. Visit Raglan castle or stroll the three castles walk taking in Grosmont, Skenfrith and Whitecastle. Short drive from the market town of Abergavenny with a wealth of local pubs and restaurants in the area.Your stay would be in a period farmhouse with original character oak beams and stone walls. There are two en-suite rooms available, with television and tea and coffee making facilities.