Court farm

The village adjoins the Caldicot Levels. Its name is of uncertain derivation, and was formerly spelled Roggiatt, Roggiett or Roggiet. The first known lord of the manor was Godfrey de Gamage, who married Joan, the daughter of Richard de Clare, Earl of Pembroke, known as "Strongbow", in the 12th century.

Court Farm

Mock A warm Welsh welcome awaits you at Court Farm, set in delightful gardens on a working farm. Ideally placed for touring the Wye Valley, the historic towns of Chepstow and Usk and the Roman remains of Cearleon. Within easy access of numerous golf courses including Celtic Manor, St. Pierre and Dewstow. Well placed as a stopover for your journey through Wales, the M4 is just a 5 minute drive away (junction 23a). Convenient for Chepstow Racecourse (7 miles), Cardiff (16 miles) and Wales and the West Showground (3 miles). Bristol is an easy 17 miles drive over the Severn Bridge.Every room has a DVD Player and wireless Internet access. Say Hi, Email Us

Local Amenities

  • Celtic Manor Resort (5 Miles)
  • St Pierre Golf Course (5 Miles)
  • Historic town of Chepstow (7 Miles)
  • Chepstow Racecourse (7 Miles)
  • Wales & West Showground (3 Miles)
  • Veladrome (6 miles)
  • Newport Wetlands (6 miles)
  • Dewstow Gardens (1 mile)
  • Usk & Wye Valley
  • Royal Forest of Dean
  • Closest B&B to Severn Junction!
  • Less Than 20 Miles to Cardiff and Bristol City Centres

  • "Recommended. Accommodation - excellent. Ideal for a visit to the area for rugby fans: handy for Cardiff and Sue is a very knowledgeable rugby fan. I had a brief but very enjoyable stay. "- Keith Martin - Canterbury, England (August 2013)
  • "Very friendly people very accommodating ideal for the purpose of our trip - very peaceful "- Maddy S - King's Lynn, England (July 2013)
  • "Very warm welcome tea and cake, very clean good breakfast and just nice place to stay "- J Britton - Waterlooville, England (June 2013)