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Hotels, Bed and Breakfast (B&Bs), Cottages, Pubs and Inns,
Camping and Caravanning in Monmouthshire, Wales

Monmouthshire hotels, bed and breakfast (B&B), inns and pubs, self catering holiday cottages, caravan and camping and Farm Stays. This site lists a wide variety of accommodation providers throughout the county of Monmouthshire who are mostly officially inspected and star rated by one of the official accreditation authorities - Visit Wales, Automobile Assocoation (AA) or Royal Automobile Club (RAC) to ensure minimum standards of service for your comfort and stay.

There are a wide variety of Monmouthshire accommodation options so you can be sure to find something to suit your taste and budget. Historic Country Hotels, Inns and Pubs, Guest houses and Bed and Breakfasts (B&Bs) are available throughout the county, or you may choose to Stay on a Farm, go Self Catering Cottage or simply enjoy the outdoors at one of the many Caravan and Campsites.

Prices of accommodation vary from cheap and low priced to luxury country house hotel standard.

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Monmouthshire Hotels, Bed and Breakfasts (B&B), Self Catering Holiday Cottages, Pubs and Inns, Caravan and Camping Monmouthshire Wales

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Abergavenny, Monmouthshire
(For detailed Visitor Information see - Abergavenny Town )

Abergavenny Market hallSet on the north bank of the River Usk the town has always been an important market place serving the surrounding countryside, a tradition which continues today with busy retail, craft and antique markets held in the impressive market hall. It is dominated by three nearby mountains - the Blorenge, SugarLoaf Mountain and Skirrid Fawr.

For details of accommodation in Abergavenny at Hotels, Bed and Breakfast (B&B), Inns and Pubs, Self Catering, Camping and Caravanning
see - Abergavenny Accommodation.

Caerleon, Monmouthshire
(For detailed Visitor Information see - Caerleon)

The Famous Amphitheatre at CaerleonA visit to Caerleon is fascinating and rewarding, but is easily arranged for the town lies on the River Usk just three miles from Newport and only a little way from Junction 25 of the M4 motorway. There are excellent road and rail links from Newport to all pats of the country. A regular and frequent bus service (Numbers 2 or 7) from Newport Bus Station takes the visitor to Caerleon Post Office.

For details of accommodation in and around Caerleon at Hotels, Bed and Breakfast (B&B), Inns and Pubs, Self Catering, Camping and Caravanning
- see Caerleon Accommodation.

Caldicot, Monmouthshire
(For detailed Visitor Information see - Caldicot )

Caldicot's famous castlePeople have lived, worked and worshipped in the Caldicot area since at least the Neolithic period. The earliest inhabitants probably lived close to the banks of the Severn, to the south of the present-day village, augmenting any agricultural activity with hunting wild fowl in the Severnside marshes and fishing in the river itself. The remains of a Neolithic long barrow overlooking the Severn at Heston Brake, near Black Rock Portskewett, indicate the importance of the area at that time.

For details of accommodation in and around Caldicot at Hotels, Bed and Breakfast (B&B), Inns and Pubs, Self Catering, Camping and Caravanning
- see Caldicot Accommodation.

Chepstow, Capital City of Monmouthshire
(For detailed Visitor Information see - Chepstow )

Historic Chepstow castleChepstow is a historic walled border town situated at the entrance to the Lower Wye Valley in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. It was named Striguil in Norman times, but became known as Chepstow from the old English "ceap stowe" meaning market place. In addition to being a market town, Chepstow was a busy port, trading in timber from the Wye Valley with Bristol from medieval times.

For details of accommodation in and around Chepstow at Hotels, Bed and Breakfast (B&B), Inns and Pubs, Self Catering, Camping and Caravanning
- see Chepstow Accommodation.

Monmouth, Monmouthshire
(For detailed Visitor Information see - Monmouth)

The Monnow Tower at MonmouthMonmouth is an elegant town with a splendid location at the confluence of three rivers - the Trothy, Monnow and, more famously, the river Wye. Its world famous gateway, on the Monnow Bridge, is unique in Britain and befits the town’s proud past. The town overlooks the hills of Abergavenny, Hay Bluff, and the Brecon Beacons making a superb view and a must on a tour of the Royal Forest of Dean and Wye Valley.

For details of accommodation in and around Monmouth at Hotels, Bed and Breakfast (B&B), Inns and Pubs, Self Catering, Camping and Caravanning
- see Monmouth Accommodation.

Raglan in Monmouthshire
(For detailed Visitor Information see - Raglan )

Raglan with its famous Castle is a historic village situated in the county of Monmouthshire.Raglan with its famous Castle is a historic village situated in the county of Monmouthshire, It has a population of 2000 with 500 houses and a junior and infants school. Raglan has many neighbouring villages such as Llandenny, Kingcoed and Tregare. Drive through the high street and pass the Beaufort Hotel and St Cadoc's Church, plus a number of small friendly shops. Raglan is also very community minded with many different clubs and organisations you can join including a golf club.

For details of accommodation in and around Raglan at Hotels, Bed and Breakfast (B&B), Inns and Pubs, Self Catering, Camping and Caravanning
- see Raglan Accommodation.

Tintern in Monmouthshire
(For detailed Visitor Information see - Tintern )

There is much more to Tintern than its magnificent Abbey.Tintern has been welcoming visitors for centuries, there is much more to Tintern than its magnificent Abbey, you should allow a morning or afternoon to walk around this pretty village and you will be rewarded with many pleasant memories of a delightfully scenic spot in the heart of the Wye Valley.

you won't find Tintern If you look at a road map, but you will find Chapel Hill and, just above it, Tintern Parva. These were the names of the two old parishes which are now combined into the modern day Tintern. With a population of some 750 people, the numbers are swollen by the thousands of tourists who visit every year.

For details of accommodation in and around Tintern at Hotels, Bed and Breakfast (B&B), Inns and Pubs, Self Catering, Camping and Caravanning
- see Tintern Accommodation.

Usk, Monmouthshire
(For detailed Visitor Information see - Usk)

Famous Usk BridgeUsk taking its name from the river which runs through the town, and has an enviable reputation for its summer floral display and for its salmon fishing! But behind the hanging baskets and window boxes you will find antique and craft shops and numerous pubs, hotels, cafes and restaurants. We hope this guide will help you discover the best of Usk. Stay a while and enjoy the relaxing atmosphere of this pretty little town! If you need further assistance visit the Tourist Information Outlet located at Usk Rural Life Museum in New Market street which holds a selection of tourist literature as well as details of local accommodation.

For details of accommodation in and around Usk at Hotels, Bed and Breakfast (B&B), Inns and Pubs, Self Catering, Camping and Caravanning
- see Usk Accommodation.

 

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