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Hardwick Farm
Hardwick
Abergavenny
South Wales

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Hardwick Farm is a family run dairy farm with 80 milking cows and home-grown cereals. Set in the beautiful and tranquil Usk Valley and with panoramic views of the Black Mountains, we are just 300 yards off the main road and just one mile from the market town of Abergavenny. You can't miss us - just head for the foot of the Blorenge mountain!

Our bed and breakfast accommodation comprises two large en suite, centrally heated rooms which include television, hair dryer, a hot drinks tray - and fabulous views. Our rates are reduced for children - we can provide a cot and highchair - pets welcome by arrangement and, for the convenience of our guests, we operate a non smoking policy within the house. With advance notice we offer fishing in the Usk, renowned for its trout and salmon. From the house there is a peaceful riverside walk to heklp you unwind after your journey with bicycle hire nearby.

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Ratings/Awards: WTB 3 Stars
AA 4 Diamonds
Number of Rooms: 2
Number Ensuite: 2
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