Llanthony Court Farmhouse is a self-catering wing adjoining the 12th Century Llanthony Priory, deep in the Black Mountains on the Welsh border.

It is late mediaeval and would have been the Prior's own lodging up to the Dissolution in 1536.

It sleeps five people and includes:
A spacious sittingroom/diningroom with an open fire
Two bedrooms, one double; one with three single beds (and cot)
An en-suite shower room is off the single-bedded room
Independent ground floor bathroom
Galley kitchen with oven, microwave, dishwasher, fridge with small freezer
Access to freezer and washing machine at the back of the farmhouse
Television, video, DVD player, radio, games, and selection of local books
Private garden for your own exclusive use.