The Billiard Room at Great Campston
This two bedroomed stone cottage was built in 1884 and takes its name from the use made of it by Great Campston’s previous owners. It has been extensively renovated to provide luxurious holiday accommodation for four people, with magnificent views of The Skirrid and The Sugar Loaf.
There has been a settlement on the site since at least the 12th century, when it was a monastic grange serving Abbey Dore. The estate passed into private ownership after Henry VIII’s dissolution of the monasteries and has witnessed much history since then, including a visit from Charles I in 1645. As well as the neighbouring main house and the Billiard Room, the estate includes a working farm, woodland and extensive gardens.
Downstairs, there is a large, comfortable open-plan living and dining area with an open fireplace and French doors opening onto the garden. In addition, there is a well-equipped modern kitchen, utility room and lavatory. The spiral stone staircase (which may be unsuitable for the infirm and very young) leads to two double bedrooms, both of which are en suite.
There is plenty to do and see in the surrounding area, with the Brecon Beacons and the Wye Valley on your doorstop. Sporting activities nearby include mountain biking, riding, trekking, fishing, kayaking and golf, and all around are designated footpaths running through some of Britain’s loveliest countryside. For those more inclined to spiritual rather than physical pursuits, the Hay Festival, Brecon Jazz and the Green Man Festival are close at hand.
If you can tear yourself away from the Billiard Room’s cooking facilities, there is a wide range of possibilities for eating and drinking nearby, from fine dining to country pubs and cafes.
Where we are
Off the A465, 8 miles north of Abergavenny and 18 miles south of Hereford. Pandy is the nearest village with a church, garage and shop, 2.75miles from Great Campston.
Bed & Breakfast at Great Campston
Bed & Breakfast is available in the main house, Great Campston by prior booking only. A minimum of 2 nights is preferred at weekends. Prices available upon request.
For more information regarding Bed & Breakfast at Great Campston or to book please contact us using our availability form.
What our guests say
“The cottage was perfect- just like last time. Visited the Blorenge and the Big Pit again….Enjoyed the impromptu visit from Phoebe and Molly. Thanks for making us feel so welcome.”Matt, Kim & Poppy
“Absolutely gorgeous, homely cottage in such a serene and tranquil location. Perfect getaway for some peace and quiet!”Rebecca
“Beautiful, well-equipped cottage. Very welcoming. Boys loved Raglan Castle”The Mayers Family.
“This is a fabulous place to stay. Great accommodation and the most amazing views. Beautiful gardens – came home refreshed and relaxed.”Steph
“My friend and I had a blissful weekend at The Billiard Room. I’m still recovering from the beautiful views and gardens – back in my urban milieu again! Everything about the property is delightful and the owners were lovely – helpful, relaxed and friendly – with a super cute dog to boot!”Caragh
“Amazing cosy and warm cottage. Beds were very warm! Loved it! The views were stunning. Thank you for a lovely stay.”A Happy Family from North Yorkshire
“We had a wonderful time, loved the cottage and the gardens… recommend swimming in the river at Skenfrith… Sophie (5) & Oliver (3) We like the beds, they are warm and cosy”The Waring Family
“Really enjoyed our relaxing stay – haven’t ventured far, why would you when you have that view. Sam enjoyed walking to the cows and ducks.”Andy, Lucy, Jody, Jon and Sam.
“We had a wonderful stay at the Billiard Room which was a stunning property in a beautiful location. Acres of grounds to explore, and wonderful for a wildlife enthusiast! The cottage is extremely thoughtfully kitted out and had everything we needed. The welcome basket was a wonderful touch. Accommodation and location five stars. Loved it!”Diane
“We had a fantastic relaxing stay in this beautiful cottage. Thank you.”John and Laura Blenkharn.