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Cwrt St Thomas in Monmouth, Monmouthshire

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sleeps 8
4 rooms
2 bathrooms

Cwrt St Thomas description

Holiday home
Cwrt St Thomas is a delightful, semi-detached barn conversion, adjoining the owners' home on their working cattle and sheep farm, set in beautiful countryside, five miles from Monmouth. With four bedrooms including one king-size double, a further standard double, a twin and an adults bunks bedroom, this cottage can comfortably sleep up to eight people. There's also a bathroom, a ground floor shower room and a kitchen with dining area (seating 6), a separate dining room (seating 6), a utility room and a sitting room with woodburner. Outside, there is off road parking for four cars plus a front lawned garden with patio area, furniture, a climbing frame and BBQ, plus shared use of a raised lawned area. Set on a working farm, with the possibility of watching and feeding the animals, and with walks from the door and cycling routes nearby, Cwrt St Thomas offers a charming, rural base for your next countryside break.

Famous for its choirs, stunning mountain ranges and beautiful valleys, this wonderful country has something for everyone. From Snowdonia in North Wales to the Brecon Beacons and the Pembrokeshire Coast in the South.


  • Cooker
  • Cots
  • Dishwasher
  • Fridge
  • Garden
  • High chair
  • Kettle
  • Linen provided
  • Log fire
  • Parking
  • Parking space
  • Telephone
  • Towels provided
  • TV
  • Washing machine
  • Wifi
  • On a farm

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Mrs Horwood
June 2016
A wonderful quiet location and very spacious and comfortable accommodation. My two year old twin granddaughters loved the sheep, dogs, chickens and the tractor. We would love to return again with the girls to enjoy the beautiful setting. Thank you for a wonderful holiday.
Miss Hughes
March 2016
Loved the location with the beautiful surrounding countryside. Although the barn is situated on a working barn, it is still very peaceful and the wake-up call of sheep and cows was lovely to experience in the morning. The whole barn was very spacious, with a very large kitchen, dining room and lounge - perfect for preparing and eating meals and relaxing. There was a lovely open-fire in the lounge which kept us lovely and warm - plus underfloor heating downstairs, which was very welcome. Both bathrooms are very modern and the bedrooms all nicely decorated. We all had a fantastic weekend and would definitely recommend this property to others looking for a holiday/weekend away in a rural location, but not too far away from local towns and attractions.
Mrs Fountain
August 2015
A lovely spacious holiday home, perfect for us (2 families with toddlers). The owners were lovely and the area was gorgeous.
Mr Lovett
August 2015
We had a lovely stay in Cwrt St Thomas. It was spacious, clean and had everything we needed. Some of us loved being out in the middle of nowhere; no traffic noise, no light pollution, just peace and quiet. The farm is in an area of outstanding natural beauty and there are lovely views as well as beautiful places to explore. Well worth a visit!
Mrs Radman
February 2016
We had a lovely time at Cwrt St Thomas. The owners were both lovely and made us feel welcome. The scenery was breathtaking. When the weather wasn't so good we enjoyed staying indoors with the open fire. The barn conversion is family friendly; the kids loved their stay. We will definitely be visiting again. Thank you for making our holiday a memory that will never be forgotten.
Mrs Sarma
February 2015
Lovely cottage - perfect for a large family. The underfloor heating and log burner was a real treat and the kids were thrilled with the animals next door. Can't wait to see the place in summer.
Mrs Fry
May 2015
The cottage was perfect for our party of 3 families with plenty of space for everyone. The children especially liked the opportunity to be a little involved with the farm e.g collecting eggs, helping move the sheep and having a go on the quad bike.
Mr Fraser-Tytler
December 2014
Wonderful location with peace and tranquillity. Our son loved the farm and the animals and the house was very child friendly. Plenty of space for us to relax in.
September 2016
I don't often give exceptional reviews However we stayed here for two weeks while having family visit us and the place is exceptional The farmhouse itself is brilliant and has a large kitchen dining Ng room lounge with scenery to die for It has wireless and a landline telephone and the bedrooms are spacious with two double bed rooms a twin needed room and a room with bunk beds The quality of the farmhouse is exceptional with underfloor heating and a superb fireplace If you love waking then this is a dream destination and a tip would be walking around the farm which is extensive As its a working farm you have the chickens come up to the front door which captivated my children and eggs can be bought from the owners at a fraction of shop prices The owners are a Lovely couple who are some of the most hospitable people I have had the pleasure of meeting and let the children bottle feed a young cow If you want an exceptional holiday that's got everything and away from the stresses of every day life the. This is the place
Mrs Fry
November 2014
We felt comfortable as soon as we arrived and the barn met all our needs
October 2015
We had a fantastic week here. The property is lovely, the pictures don't do it justice. Well equipped kitchen, spacious lounge with great fire, comfy bedrooms and nice bathrooms. The outdoor space was lovely too. Great for kids to play and adults to relax. The only downside for us were the wooden floors throughout make it quite a noisy building. Not a huge problem in itself but with a baby and toddler asleep, we had to manage noise in the evenings. The owners live next door and were very friendly and helpful but not at all intrusive.
February 2015
We celebrated my husband's 60th birthday which our 2 sons had kindly paid for . We spent 3 nights at this beautiful barn conversion in the heart of Monmouthshire. The owners are really nice and basically let you get on with your stay. There was a generous welcome basket with farm produce which was a kind touch. On our first night we had forgotten to bring potatoes and when we knocked on their door they gave us half a sack of spuds! We were free to take our 2 young grandchildren to see the farm animals which they really enjoyed and there was plenty of room inside for them to run around. A couple of points to mention , the chopping knives were all very blunt and maybe a few large dishes for baking in the oven e.g a lasagne dish.. All in all a lovely property well worth a visit.
April 2015
Two families meeting for an Easter break - four adults and four children aged 9-14. The barn conversion was high quality, warm, spacious and well-equipped. The owners lived next door and were friendly and accommodating without ever being intrusive. 'Farmer Ian' was patient with our inquisitive children, encouraging them to be involved when suitable, but also not afraid to tell them when they couldn't really be included. Obviously this time of year was perfect for the lambs and we were incredibly lucky with the weather - we'd packed wet weather gear but needed to buy shorts and sun cream! Lots of trips out to great attractions, but also enjoyed quiet days on the farm with the children happy to play outside until bedtime and the adults enjoying the sun trap garden and wood burner. A quiet, relaxing spot returning us rested and recharged for school on Monday!
Mrs Dalmeny
April 2016
There were lovely views around the barn. The accommodation was comfortable and great for get togethers with friends and family.
December 2014
Stayed here for October half-term. The cottage was lovely, but there were certain things lacking. For example, in the kitchen there were things missing which we would have expected such as mixing bowls, food blender, lasagne dish. The saucepans were old fashioned enameled ones which we found difficult to cook with. The downstairs shower wouldn't always switch off, so had to be switched off at the main switch by the door to the shower room. Also, there was no shower in the upstairs bathroom which would have been useful. There were 8 of us staying, and we found it a squash to sit together on either of the tables while eating. In the bedrooms, the pillows were flat and we only had one each, while there was only a bedside lamp on one side of the bed. Also, we couldn't get the DVD player to work. If the owners invested a little more thought and not much money in making a few improvements, the cottage would be a lovely place for a relaxing holiday.
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