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Abergavenny in Monmouthshire
- The reasons to visit and stay.
Abergavenny is the traditional gateway to South Wales and to the
Brecon Beacons National Park, as well as to the important World Heritage Site at Blaenavon. This
ancient and welcoming town is the ideal centre for a wonderful, refreshing holiday,
whether it be a short break at any time of the year or a longer leisurely stay.
As well as being an excellent centre from which to explore this beautiful
area, Abergavenny also has a thriving business community.
Abergavenny (signposted Welsh: Y
Fenni), meaning "Mouth of the River Gavenny", is a market town in Monmouthshire, Wales.
It is 15 miles (24 km) west of Monmouth. Situated at the confluence of the small stream called the Gavenny and the River Usk, it is almost surrounded by lofty hills. The town was formerly walled, and contains the remains of a castle built soon after the Norman Conquest, frequently the scene of border strife. It is in the Welsh
A sign on the Town Hall gives Abergavenny the title 'Gateway to Wales' - this is
thought to refer to the fought-after border running north-south through the town to other
castles including Ewyas Harold and Usk.
When formed, the county of Monmouthshire (referred historically as 'Wales and Monmouthshire')
comprised a 'Welsh sector' to the west and English to the east. Today, as well as a local
Monmouth accent, those from the nearby Welsh valleys, Herefordshire and the Forest of Dean can be heard in the town.
The town has a good selection of accommodation providers and restaurants and a thriving
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The Swan Hotel
The Swan Hotel with its 11 comfortable bedrooms is situated in the market town of Abergavenny, known as the ‘Gateway to Wales’. Adjacent to the bus station and within 10 minutes walk of the Railway Station, it is centrally placed in the town as well as affording easy access to the M4 motorway.
Leisure activities in the surrounding countryside include fishing in the River Usk, pony treking in the mountains, hang gliding, hill walks, canal cruising, or golf at the 18 hole Monmouthshire Golf Course.
Tariff from £30.00 (single) to £45.00 (twin/double) per room per night, including full breakfast
This former coaching inn is set on the edge of Brecon Beacons, in the historic market town of Abergavenny. The Angel Hotel offers a restaurant, bar, and free Wi-Fi. Abergavenny Railway Station is 10 minutes’ walk away.
Rooms at The Angel Hotel feature a flat-screen Freeview TV with radio, a trouser press, desk, and tea and coffee making facilities. The private bathrooms feature a hairdryer, towel warmer and complimentary The White Company toiletries.
The inn offers a cooked breakfast each morning. Fresh baked goods and afternoon teas are served daily in the hotel’s Wedgewood room. The Oak Room restaurant serves quality food made using the freshest and finest ingredients, and The Foxhunter Bar features a wine and cocktail menu.
The Abergavenny Castle ruins and the River Usk are less than 450 yards from The Angel. Linda Vista Gardens are 5 minutes' walk away.
The town is surrounded by mountains and is close to the Welsh-English border. It is just a 45-minute drive of Cardiff city center. The property offers free private parking.
This property also has one of the top-rated locations in Abergavenny! Guests are happier about it compared to other properties in the area.
Couples in particular like the location – they rated it 9.7 for a two-person trip.
This property is also rated for the best value in Abergavenny! Guests are getting more for their money when compared to other properties in this city.
Pentre Court is a small Georgian country house beautifully located
half a mile outside Abergavenny in South Wales surrounded by beautiful gardens and some of the most picturesque landscape to be found in the UK.
The house is beautifully set just inside the Brecon Beacons National Park in 4 acres of well-wooded gardens and paddock through which runs the stream Nantiago. In the garden is a heated swimming pool with diving board, changing room and sun terrace. Adjacent to the house are footpaths to the River Usk and Sugar Loaf Mountain. Accommodation includes en-suite bedrooms, central heating, a dining room and drawing room with open fire and colour TV. Meals include a typical British or Continental breakfast. Evening meals can be provided by prior arrangement and packed lunches and special dietary needs can be accommodated The accommodation includes en-suite bedrooms, with shaver points, heating, and tea making facilities. Both showers and baths are available. Guests also have the use of traditionally furnished dining room, and drawing room with open fire and colour television. There is central heating throughout.
Surrounded by the beautiful Brecon Beacons National Park and the Black Mountains. Hopyard Farm Cottages offers you the ideal location for your short break or longer holiday. The farm is set in the picturesque Usk Valley between the River Usk and Monmouthshire-Brecon Canal.
The former dairy farm now boasts five self-catering cottages converted from a 16th Century stone barn. Four cottages sleep from 3 to 6 people, each cottage has a fully equipped kitchen, colour television and video in the lounge and its own rear garden.
Our newly opened barn -Courtyard Cottage- sleeps a total of 14 people in 6 bedrooms making Hopyard Farm a perfect spot for that family gathering or reunion of friends.
The stunning views can be enjoyed from our large lawned area, which provides a safe children's play area, garden seating and a boules court. Set up the badminton net, roll out the BBQ or just lie back and gaze at the clear night sky - the choice is yours!
Tony and Sheila Pritchard invite you to their self catering cottages,
situated on their 170 acre farm set amidst picturesque and tranquil countryside near
the border of England and Wales in the beautiful county of Monmouthshire
The cottages are converted barns renovated to a high standard, comfortably and attractively furnished with:-Fitted carpets -
Colour TV -
Original paintings from Tracey's Gallery -
Well-equipped kitchens - electric cooker, refrigerator, microwave, toaster -
Washing machine in nearby building -
Cot and high chair if required -
Bed linen provided -
Garden and patio -
Safe parking and storage for cycles adjacent to cottages - Babies and children welcome. - Pets welcome in Swallow and Chestnut Cottages, but not in Ty Felin.-
Non smokers preferred
The Cottages Chestnut Cottage - Single storey - 2 Bedrooms - Sleeps 4
A split level cottage with open plan lounge/kitchen/diner, 1 double bedroom,1 twin bedroom and bathroom with shower over the bath. Three steps between lounge and bedrooms. Oil fired central heating and electric heaters.
Swallow Cottage - 2 Storey - Detached - 3 Bedrooms - Sleeps 6
GROUND FLOOR - Entrance hall, open plan lounge/kitchen/diner, small double bedroom with en-suite shower, washbasin and wc.
FIRST FLOOR - Family room with 1 double bed, 1 single bed and cot. Twin bedroom and bathroom with wc. - Electric heaters in all rooms and a woodburning stove in the lounge. Undercover parking.
Access for a wheel chair user who is able to walk a few steps.
Ty Felin - Single storey - Detached - 3 Bedrooms - Sleeps 7- WTB Grade 4
Ty Felin consists of spacious lounge 20'x15' with 28" widescreen colour t.v. and comfortable seating for 7, kitchen/dining room, 1 double bedroom,with en-suite shower room,1 twin and 1 family bedroom with double and single bed, bathroom. The kitchen contains electric double oven ceramic hob cooker, washing machine , fridge/freezer, microwave and toaster. The cottage is on one level with 1 step up to front door. All doors are 2' 9" wide. Oil central heating with thermostats on all radiators. Off road parking adjacent to cottage. Garden and Patio with table and chairs and outstanding views
You will find Tyr Pwll Holiday Cottages on the outskirts of Abergavenny. Just 2 miles from the centre of this well known market town,
also known as the “Gateway To Wales”
Two cottages, which have recently been converted from farm buildings.
Swallows Nest: Single storey cottage featuring a modern kitchen with quality appliances including electric cooker, microwave, washing machine, fridge/freezer, dining table and four chairs. Next to the kitchen is a large, comfortable lounge, with bed settee, armchairs, TV and video recorder, and radio/CD player. On through this room is the bedroom, which has a double bed, wardrobe, chest of drawers, bedside tables and wicker arm chair.The bathroom has toilet, wash basin, shaver point and bath with shower over. Oil fired central heating is installed throughout the cottage, which is warm and welcoming all through the year.
The Loft: Two storey cottage with two double bedrooms. The kitchen is fully fitted with electric cooker, washing machine, microwave, fridge/freezer and table and chairs. Off the kitchen is a small hallway leading to Bathroom with toilet, wash basin, shaver point, bath with shower over, and Bedroom with wardrobe, chest of drawers and double bed. Upstairs lounge has a french window with balastrade and a skylight window which looks out over the Sugar Loaf Mountain and the town of Abergavenny. It has a sofa and two armchairs, TV, video recorder and radio/CD player, also book shelves with a good supply of books. The Upstairs bedroom has wardrobe, chest of drawers, double bed and single bed, making this a family room. The oil fired central heating throughout keeps the cottage warm and welcoming all year round.