Welcome to Grange Guest House

Our comfortable farmhouse bed and breakfast accommodation is the perfect base from which to enjoy the peace and clear air of the beautiful Black Mountains. Most of our visitors come to enjoy our Pony Trekking breaks. Others come simply to enjoy walking in the Black Mountains. Whatever the nature of your visit you are assured of a warm welcome.

In the Victorian farm guest house we have full central heating, sitting room with log fire, dining room, lounge with video (with a selection of videos but you are welcome to bring your own), bathroom, washroom and shower room, comfortable beds and vanity units with hot and cold, as well as tea making facilities in each room, some rooms are also shower en-suite, and there is an outside games room.

The accommodation has been awarded Wales Tourist Board- One Star and the Grange is an Accredited Activity Centre insuring regular inspections of standards for your comfort and safety, for the accommodation and the horses.

Meals include:

  • Country style home cooking -three course
  • Breakfast.
  • Packed lunch.
  • Three course evening meal, and coffee.

Any particular dislikes, diabetic, vegetarian, etc, please let us know when booking, a different meal is served each evening.

Light refreshments are available other than main meal times at extra charge.

Accommodation is available for those who do not wish to ride, but prefer walking or sightseeing, or are accompanying those taking part in trekking, you may if you wish do half walking or/and half trekking weeks. We would be pleased to provide local information.

The Area

From the top of the beautiful Black Mountains it is possible to view no less than seven counties, magnificent views of the Wye Valley, Brecon Beacons, Holy Mountains, Herefordshire Plain, Golden Valley and the Vale of Ewyas. On a clear day you can see as far as the Bristol Channel - about 60 miles away. Also to be seen are LLanthony Abbey (founded 1103) and the Monastery of Father Ignatius. Later the home of Eric Gill, famous sculptor and Typographer.

Also ideal as stop-off for Offas Dyke walkers (our own access to Hatteral Ridge and Offas Dyke).

A Location for Pony Trekking is necessarily many miles from a town, and all that goes with town life. Therefore bring with you a supply of cigarettes, films, sun cream, etc.. and other personal necessities you may need. You are advised to bring warm clothing, jerseys etc.. long warm socks are very useful, wellingtons or strong walking shoes, a complete change in case of rain (we hope you won't need them).

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The Griffiths Family, Grange Trekking, Capel-Y-Fin, Abergavenny, Mon.
Wales. NP7 7NP. Great Britain. Tel +44 (0)1873 890215, Fax: +44 (0)1843 890 157

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