The Loft at Goytre Hall

5666 - New

5.2 miles S of Abergavenny | Sleeps 2 (no children under 16)

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7 Nights from £770

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Fall in love with The Loft at Goytre Hall, sitting on the edge of the magical backdrop of the Brecon Beacons, a luxurious escape for two. Nestling within the historical walls of Goytre Hall, parts of which date back to 1620, the imposing property is set in eight acres of grounds between the vibrant towns of Abergavenny and Usk. Surrounded by scenic mountains and hills, explore The Blorenge, Sugar Loaf and The Skirrid. Nearby is the thriving market town of Abergavenny with many individual shops and a choice of good eateries.

Having driven through the glorious Welsh countryside, on arrival you will realise what a special destination you have chosen. Brimming with timeless original features, seamlessly combined with astonishing style and contemporary comforts, choose The Loft for an idyllic break. Climb the stairs to seek the enchanting accommodation. Be embraced by the soothing, muted tones and tranquil ambience which set the scene for your heavenly stay.

Uncover the stylish kitchen which echoes the high standard of interiors throughout, where the chef will discover everything required for some tasty holiday cooking. Relax on the luxurious velvet sofa in the sitting-room, choose a favourite movie and cherish some idyllic time away. The elegant bedroom is a haven of tranquility and calm; take a luxurious soak in the deep free-standing bath. The sweetest sleep is promised in this countryside retreat.

Seek the gorgeous Orangery on the ground floor, accessed via an external door. With the large expanse of glass, the gardens and enchanting woodland are drawn in. Regardless of the season this is an enthralling space to while time away.

You're welcome to stroll around the spacious grounds; a mixture of mature gardens, woodland, a lake and leafy orchards.

Nestling in the backdrop of the majestic Black Mountains lies Abergavenny, brimming in history and heritage. Stroll around the boutique shops, explore castles, Roman remains and standing stones. The Monmouthshire and Brecon Canal is almost on the doorstep, along with the Blaenavon World Heritage Site and for a great afternoon, The Big Pit. The annual Abergavenny Food Festival is worth a visit (21 and 22 September 2024). Choose one of the gorgeous gastro pubs, ancient inns, country pubs and recommended restaurants in this lovely town. Baffle Haus, just a two minute drive from The Loft, is a must. An unlikely setting but serves the best breakfast and coffee, lunches and more.

The pretty town of Usk and its castle are nearby; take lunch in The Nags Head or in nearby Halo in Crickhowell, a picturesque town nestling in the Usk Valley, lying to the south of the Black Mountains. For the adventurous, the eastern range of Brecon Beacons National Park has some of the finest walking and mountaineering terrain in Britain, including Pen-y Fan.

The enchanting, timeless town of Brecon, with its narrow streets, lined with Georgian and Jacobian shopfronts is approximately 45 minutes away. Tucked away on the Welsh border, surrounded by the Malvern Hills and the Brecon Beacons, is the relaxed market town of Hereford. Visit the Cathedral, galleries, museums or enjoy a day at the races.

Less than 15 miles away try canoeing in the captivating Wye Valley, or spend time exploring Monmouth, known for its iconic 13th Century gatehouse bridge, music festivals, good eateries, boutique shops and museums. The world-renowned Hay Festival, 23 May to 2 June 2024, is within a short drive of The Loft and welcomes readers, writers, book lovers and entertains all ages.

Within an hour's drive is the cosmopolitan capital city, Cardiff, with an imposing castle, theatres, galleries, restaurants and shops galore. Why not try a boat trip in Cardiff Bay, accessed easily by train from Abergavenny or Pontypool, or a production in the Millenium Centre or watch a concert or sporting event at the home of Welsh rugby, the spectacular Principality Stadium.

With short breaks welcome throughout the year, come rain or shine, why not make unforgettable memories and seek a blissful escape with that very special someone in The Loft at Goytre Hall.

Ground Floor


Second Floor

Inner hall

Kitchen/Diner with induction hob, electric oven, microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine/drier and dishwasher

Sitting-room with Smart TV

Bedroom with super-king double bed (6') and en suite Bathroom with bath, shower cubicle, WC and wash-basin

Outside Access to


Take care, there are some low beams and sloping ceilings, and there is a steep, heavy, turning wood staircase to the apartment.


  • No pets
  • Arrive/Depart Friday
  • Short breaks available
  • Private parking for 2 cars
  • Superfast WiFi
  • No smoking
  • Pub 1 mile
  • Garden furniture
  • Full oil-fired CH