Local Venues

  • The Old Rectory

    The Rectory of Llangattock is mentioned in Pope Nicholas’ Taxation compiled in 1288 with a living at that time valued at £16. There is evidence that the Village Farm may have been the original Rectory house. read more

    The Old Rectory
  • Buckland Hall

    From the days of Arthur, through a medieval prince of Wales to Lord Buckland, the site has been home for generations of families and hobbits (Buckland Hall was the inspiration for J R R Tokien in choosing the childhood home for Frodo Baggins read more

    Buckland Hall
  • Peterstone Court

    Rumour has it that Charles I once visited the original site at Peterstone Court, and it has also been associated with the companions of William The Conqueror We think we’re very lucky to have this handsome piece of Georgian architecture read more

    Peterstone Court
  • Gliffaes Country House Hotel

    If you are looking for a small Country House hotel in a stunning location, which offers good food and service with neither exorbitant prices nor a lot of pretension read more

    Gliffaes Country House Hotel
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