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Take the the A49 towards Ross, leave the A49 turning right onto the A466, signposted Monmouth. Continue 7 miles through St Weonards and turn left on the next major cross crossroads, signposted as the B4521 towards Ross. Take the next left signposted to Trippenkennet Farm
Leave Ross on the A49 signposted towards Hereford, follow this for 3 miles, turn left onto the B4521 signposted towards Abergavenny. Continue 4 miles over major cross road and then past two right turns. Take the right turn before the next major cross roads signposted to Trippenkennet Farm.
The River Wye is nearby and one of the most un spoilt and attractive rivers in the UK, a number of companies hire canoes locally. Other activities include Pony Trekking, Rock Climbing, Mountain Biking, Golf, Go Ape, Walking (Wye Valley walk and Offas Dyke and Mountain Boarding to name a few.
The towns of Hereford, Ross-on-Wye, Monmouth,'Abergavenny and Ledbury are picturesque markets towns, each has its own charm and there is plenty to see and do.
There are many places to visit outside of the bustling markets towns, a few of these are listed below
National Trust properties at Berrington House,Hampton Court and
Castles at (Goodrich, Eastnor, Raglan, Usk & Skenfrith)
Forest of Dean,Clearwell Caves, Wye valley vineyard Tintern Abbey, , Yat Rock,The Maze & Butterfly farm, Open Farms, Puzzle Wood, Minature Railway, Mappa Mundi and Big Pit at Blaenavon .
Nearest National Trust Visitor Attractions (these are shown on the main map above)
Skenfrith Castle - 3.01 miles from site Click here for details
The Kymin - 6.32 miles from site Click here for details
Find nearest: National Trust English Heritage Fuel Pub
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