This delightful Victorian cottage is situated in the heart of the
National Park, nestled amongst the trees at the foot of Buckland Hill.
It overlooks the secluded Buckland parklands that gently roll down to
the river Usk.
This landscape inspired J.R.R. Tolkien on his visit to the area in the
1940's. He wrote in The Lord of the Rings of 'Buckland', the childhood
home of Frodo Baggins, who later returned to Buckland and bought a
house in Crickhollow. In the book, Buckland is described as a slither
of land between an ancient forest and a river, an apt description of
the location of Buckland Cottage.
Ekki í boði: Reykskynjari
Ekki í boði: Kolsýringsskynjari
- Reykingar bannaðar
- Hentar ekki gæludýrum
- Engar veislur eða viðburði