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Holiday cottages in Raglan, Monmouthshire

SO4107 : John Deakin memorial bench, Chepstow Road, RaglanSO4107 : Junction of Chepstow Road and Fayre Oaks, RaglanSO4107 : Puddle Ducks, Station Road, RaglanSO4107 : Houses on the west side of Chepstow Road, RaglanSO4107 : Raglan sewage works pump houseSO4107 : SE along Station Road, Raglan
For a self-catering cottage holiday the Welsh village of Raglan offers peace, tranquillity and the opportunity to relax away from the stresses and strains of everyday life. Situated nine miles from Monmouth in the beautiful Wye Valley, Raglan’s main claim to fame is its extensive 15th century ruined castle with its distinctive hexagonal keep commanding stunning views across the region. A leisurely wander in the surrounding parkland and water gardens is a relaxing way to while away the hours and soak up the scenery.

The village of Raglan serves as an excellent base for exploring the wider region. Monmouth, the birthplace of King Henry V, is a delightful market town with a host of historical buildings including a 13th century bridge spanning the River Monnow which is unique in the UK. In Monmouthshire you can explore some of the finest woodland in Britain (in spring the woods are carpeted with white anemones and bluebells), savour the culinary delights from local markets or play a round or two on some of Wales’ best golf courses.

For a relaxing self-catering cottage holiday in beautiful scenery, Raglan is an ideal place to stay.

SO4107 : Raglan V.C. Primary School

SO4107 : Warning notices on a wall of Raglan sewage works pump house

SO4107 : Puddle Ducks name sign, Raglan