Wyelands

Wyelands is a beautiful Regency style villa nestled in the lower Wye Valley near to the ancient town of Chepstow, at the border of Wales and England. The interior design in every room is superb and the indoor swimming pool and spa facilities are just right for a long weekend of relaxation and fun.

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SLEEPS 20 GUESTS in SOUTH WALES * luxurious spa with indoor heated swimming pool and steam room * Pool Table * Beautiful 27 acre garden * Outdoor pavilion * Stunning views of the river Severn * Decorated and furnished to an exceptionally high standard

Location Wyelands is located on the outskirts of the pretty village of Pwllmeyric in Monmothshire, only one mile from Chepstow and half an hour from Cardiff. It is also just a two hour drive from London, using the M4/M48 and crossing the old Severn Bridge, and only 20 minutes to Bristol.

The Accommodation Wyelands sleeps up to 20 guests with the use of nine individually designed luxury bedrooms, six of which are en-suite. Two of the bedrooms share a bathroom. One of the bedrooms is on the ground floor, perfect for disabled guests. An additional two guests can be accommodated using the day bed and single bed in one of the bedrooms

Ground Floor:

  • Imposing columned entrance porch, with impressive six-panelled door leading into a tiled hallway with two large Ionic columns. The main staircase has a cast iron balustrade and mahogany handrail and you will find marble fireplaces with neo-classical detail along with beautiful cornicing and sash windows throughout the house
  • Drawing room richly furnished with wine-coloured sofas and drapes. The impressive open fireplace gives a warm and welcoming ambiance. The windows offer panoramic views of the estate grounds
  • Dining room with a 16ft mahogany table which comfortably seats up to 16 guests but can be used for up to 20 guests
  • kitchen has a bright and airy feel and is furnished with light-coloured hand-built cupboards. You will find everything you need as it is fitted with state of the art cooking appliances and an Aga. There are two large dining tables for informal, relaxed entertaining
  • A cosy Snug room leads from the kitchen dining area and has a satellite TV and games console
  • Conservatory-style garden room just a few steps down from the kitchen. This room is the ideal place to relax, unwind and enjoy the superb views of the grounds and gardens
  • Ground floor twin bedroom
  • Ground floor toilet and sink
  • Indoor games room with a pool table and access to the grounds

    Spa and Indoor Heated Swimming Pool:

  • The luxury spa room has a beautiful large heated swimming pool, perfect for a leisurely swim. There is also a gym/dance studio, steam room, male and female changing rooms. You can use the upholstered loungers and chairs if you prefer to sit and read or listen to music. There are two sets of double doors leading to the gardens

    First Floor:

  • The Master Bedroom – Double en-suite master bedroom with super king size bed
  • The Turquoise Room – Double en-suite super king size bed plus a daybed and a single bed for and extra two guests
  • The Pink Room – Twin en-suite bedroom
  • The Green Room – Twin en-suite bedroom
  • The Blue Bedroom – Twin en-suite bedroom
  • The Slipper Bath Bedroom – Double en-suite bedroom with super king size bed
  • The Rose Bedroom – Double super king size bed and shared bathroom
  • The Yellow Bedroom – Twin bedroom and shared bathroom

    The Grounds

  • The grounds are extensive and amount to 300 acres with around 30 acres consisting of landscaped lawns and parkland, dotted with well-established ornamental trees. The gardens are well maintained and offer panoramic views of open countryside right across to the river Severn. The estate was used as the Chepstow showground just after the Second World War. Today the grounds are completely private and provide a very tranquil and picturesque backdrop to the house

    History

  • Wyelands was built in 1819 for George Buckle, a banker who later became High Sheriff of Monmouthshire. The style of the property is neo-classical and the architect who designed it was Robert Lugar, known for the grand castellated mansion Cyfarthfa Castle, in South Wales. Wyelands was later owned by another High Sheriff of Monmouthshire, the South Wales iron and coal master John Russell. By about the 1860s Wyelands was owned by The Reverend Robert Vaughan-Hughes and it was still in his family in the 1960s, lived in by yet another High Sheriff of Monmouthshire…Brigadier Gerald Birdwood Vaughan-Hughes
    The Services The following are included in the rent:

    • Welcome pack containing local produce
    • Toiletries
    • Towels and bedding

    Additional Services The following services are available on request for which there will be an additional charge:

    • Airport pick up
    • Maid Service for linen changes
    • Catered lunches, afternoon tea, dinners and suppers

    Local Attractions

    • Enjoy a race meeting at Chepstow or Cheltenham
    • Go to an international rugby fixture in Cardiff
    • Enjoy an evening of opera, ballet, theatre or a musical at the Wales Millennium Centre
    • Go Kart racing
    • Hiking in the Brecon Beacons
    • Canoeing or fishing the river Wye
    • Gliding in Usk or white water rafting in south Wales
    • Golfers can enjoy a round of golf at St Pierre Golf Club
    • The Celtic Manor Resort, home of the 2010 Ryder Cup, is only a few miles away in nearby Newport

    Pubs and Restaurants

    • The New Inn pub in Pwllmeyric
    Price

  • Two night weekends stays start from £5,280 in low season and £5,600 in high season
  • Seven night stays start from £9,600 in low season and £9,800 in high season
  • Five night minimum stay over Christmas or New Year at the rate of £10.400 or seven nights at £14,400
  • Bank Holiday weekends minimum three nights
    • Additional Information

    • Low season is from October to April (excluding Easter, Christmas and New Year) High Season is from May to September

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