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Crown At Whitebrook
Whitebrook Farm
Whitebrook
South Wales

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Book Here The Crown at Whitebrook is a romantic auberge set in three acres of gardens and pasture at Whitebrook, a small village just 5 miles from Monmouth and one mile from the River Wye.

It is a perfect base for exploring. This area of the Wye Valley has justifiably been designated an "area of outstanding natural beauty", with rugged limestone outcrops and gentle pastures offering the delights of the Wye Valley Walk and Offa's Dyke path.

The early parts of the Inn were built between 1670 and 1707. In 1973 it was carefully restored and modernised, retaining the original Inn as the restaurant and lounge/bar and extending to provide new accommodation.

You can be sure of a warm welcome.

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Ratings/Awards: AA 5 Star Visit Wales 5 Star Michelin Star (one of only two in Wales) 2 AA Rosette
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