From ghosts in Raglan Castle to ancient standing stones, if you’re interested in visiting sites which blur the lines between folklore and history then you can experience something of these myths and legends while staying nearby in one of our large holiday homes. The Wye Valley contains some of the most haunted places in Wales. Continue reading Myths and Legends based in the Wye Valley

Music – the essence of Monmouth Festival Situated in the beautiful, historic Welsh market town Monmouth Festival is a nine day free music festival offering the unique atmosphere of yesteryear festivals in the here and now. Attracting visitors from all over the world, it is proud to be considered one of the longest running, largest Continue reading 35th Monmouth Free Music Festival 28th July

Enjoy A Tunnel of Trees at Symonds Yat this week Whether you enjoy a leisurely stroll or an organised group walk, you can do it in this glorious countryside. As Spring approaches and we venture to the great outdoors, there are so many places to enjoy walking in this part Britain. Walking Something for Everyone Walking Continue reading Enjoy Walking in the Forest of Dean and the Wye Valley