The song which continually tops the polls as the most popular song of all time - 'Bohemian Rhapsody' - was recorded here as well as two of Queen's best selling Lp's, 'Night at the Opera' and 'Sheer Heart Attack'.
Oasis spent six weeks here in the summer of 1995 whilst recording 'What's the Story Morning Glory' in one of our studios whilst Nigel Kennedy recorded in the other.
The Coach House has been used as accommodation for one of the two recording studios and can accommodate up to 16 people in 7 ensuite rooms. The bedrooms themselves include 2 family rooms, 3 twin rooms and 2 double rooms with jacuzzi baths and power showers in each room.
The Coach House Accommodation features:
Accommodates up to sixteen people
Spacious lounge and dining room
large bedrooms with private bathrooms
Surrounded by beautiful countryside
Situated just one mile from Monmouth
Relax in front of the wood burning stove in the main lounge after a day walking along the Offas Dyke path or in the Wye Valley.
Enjoy spending time with your friends and family - the main lounge and dining area are very spacious and great for get togethers. But enjoy the option of being able to relax in hte comfort and privacy of your own large bedroom.
There is a fully equipped kitchen and the lounge is equipped with satellite TV, DVD and video players along with a stereo system.
Each bedroom has its own TV, telephone and tea/coffee making facilities. Wheelchair access is available into two of the double bedrooms.
The Coach House is available for short breaks of 3 or 4 nights or stay for a full seven days.