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All Year: April-September
Area (ha): 1.82
Persons: 2
Category: Non Organic Farmstay
Host ID: 25604
Country: Wales

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Last Updated: November 28, 2013

We are a family run smallholding in the very beautiful Monmouth, just on the edge of the Brecon Beacons. We keep a small flock of pedigree and non pedigree sheep for breeding, grazing and personal consumption. We also keep chickens and ducks.

We also have 2 bow top gypsy wagons which we rent out for holiday lets from May- September.

We have an ancient cider orchard, a wildflower meadow and ornamental ponds and a minature watermill built by the previous owner. We are a local wildlife site and endeavour to adhere to sustainable and organic principles wherever possible.

We are looking for help with managing our veg plot, managing the fields, ponds and grounds, running the holiday lets, caring for livestock (including lambing in April) and renovating an old railway carriage for future use a holiday let.

We provide accommodation in our stone barn which has two bedrooms and a living area. There is a kitchen, toilet and heated shower that will be shared with holiday guests.

We are situated on a bus route, and by Offa's Dyke. Abergavenny town is a 10 min drive away and their is a village shop and three local pubs within walking distance.

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