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Tintern Old Rectory B&B

(3 Guest Reviews)

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Review Summary

  • Rooms 4.7
  • Value 4.7
  • Friendliness 5.0
  • Cleanliness 4.7
  • Facilities 4.7
  • Service 5.0
  • Location 4.7

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Tintern Old Rectory B&B Information

Accommodation type

Bed and Breakfast


  • Baggage store
  • Free high speed internet
  • Lounge
  • Bike lock-up
  • High speed internet
  • WiFi internet
  • On-site parking
  • Free parking

Children's Facilities

  • Children's books, videos, games
  • Highchairs


  • Check in: 4:00 PM till 6:00 PM
  • Early check-in available on request
  • Check out: 11:00 AM
  • Late check-out available on request
  • Child Policy: Children welcome
  • Smoking Policy: No smoking
  • Pets: Pets welcome


Nestled in the beautiful Wye Valley, in the picturesque village of Tintern, the Old Rectory is an 18th Century period home with exquisite river views. Magical Tintern Abbey a short stroll away, the Old Rectory is a lovely place to enjoy wonderful landscapes full of beautiful walks along the Wye. Old Rectory rooms all have lovely views over the river and into the hills beyond. Breakfasts are very special - homemade organic bread and jams, fresh fruit salad, cereals, yoghurt and choices ranging from traditional full breakfast with oak-smoked bacon, wonderful sausages, free range eggs, kippers, authentic Arbroath smoked haddock, homemade Glamorgan vegetarian ‘sausages’, cockle and laverbread patties, (Welsh specialties) great omelettes and waffles with real maple syrup. Bedrooms are charmingly appointed, with many special touches - free wifi, satellite TV, Egyptian cotton bed linen, coffee/ tea facilities, fair-trade products, down duvets and pillows (hypoallergenic also available on request), bathrobes and quality toiletries. Many guests mention how very comfortable the beds are, and how well they slept. Summer flowers and beautiful scented roses from our overflowing rose-garden, fine china cups, many varieties of free trade teas, often with homemade cookies or welsh cakes. Swans can often be seen floating along the river, as well as geese, ducks, hawks, otters and an occasional crane . Woodland birds sing beautifully at dawn and dusk, and wildlife in our gardens includes many deer, foxes, rabbits and hedgehogs, perhaps a badger or two. Rising above the B&B on the hillside, the Abbey can be seen - views are even more stunning than the lovely views from the bedrooms, lounge and dining room. There are many seating areas to relax and marvel in the views of our valley. There is even a level with prayer flags fluttering gently in the wind. We also have a wonderful cosy guest lounge filled with maps, books, and crackling woodfires on chilly evenings

Please note that this accommodation may not be suitable for someone with mobility issues. Our car parking is on the opposite side of the road to our home. The road is not overly busy though but please take care crossing it. Please also note that our house whilst at one end of the village is raised above this road some 40 feet. Our driveway is a one in four gradient from the main road and there are twelve steps up to the house. This gives our visitors unrivaled views over the village and river but some people with mobility issues should bear this in mind when booking with us. There are hand railings to assist you if necessary. We are more than happy to help you with any luggage from the car to your room should you require assistance, please don't hesitate to ask.

On-site parking, Free parking,

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