Set close to the centre of the historic market town of Abergavenny, The Abergavenny Hotel is a charming Victorian building with an attractive red-brick façade and stone trim. The hotel houses 20 guestrooms, and an eclectically-styled bar where Continental breakfast is served.
The bedrooms are traditional farmhouse style and have been decorated in an attractive manner. The rooms have colour television, tea & coffee making facilities and hairdryers. An ironing board and iron is available on request. They use local sausages and gorgeous eggs for our Full Welsh breakfast.
The Sugar Loaf vineyards and Holiday Cottages are situated on the south facing slopes of the Sugar Loaf Mountain. Cosy one bedroom cottages will accommodate your every need. Abergavenny has lots on offer you’ll be spoilt for choice. Open all year.
Built in 1829 as a coaching inn, this traditional hotel decorated with contemporary artworks is a 1-minute walk from Abergavenny Castle and Museum, and an 8-minute walk from Linda Vista Gardens. Refined rooms have en suite bathrooms, flat-screen TVs and tea and coffee-making facilities.
A friends pub located next to the River Usk in Abergavenny offering home cooked food, good beers and plenty of live music. “The Bridge” has fabulous views, from most aspects. They have four reasonably priced large rooms which are all decorated to a very high standard.
This bar and B&B has a friendly atmosphere, bustling with people but not full. The place has a good selection of things to eat including steaks and fish dishes for reasonable prices. Staff are always on hand and are helpful and polite.
Situated by the railway station, The Great Western offers a clean, friendly and fun place to stay. Located in a converted Victorian Railway Hotel. The range of facilities and amenities on offer at will cater for all of your needs.
This upscale country pub and B&B with stylish rooms is 2.7 miles from the centre of Abergavenny and 3 miles from Monmouthshire Golf Club. The chic, modern rooms with designer textiles all include en suite bathrooms, as well as iPod docks and flat-screen TVs with DVD players.
Set in a late 16th-century coaching inn, this shabby-chic hotel with original architectural features is a 2-minute walk from Abergavenny Market and a 2-minute walk from Abergavenny Castle & Museum. The 11 relaxed rooms offer en suite bathrooms, free WiFi and TVs, plus tea and coffeemaking facilities.
This traditional hotel and pub is a 2-minute walk from Abergavenny Museum and 13 minutes from Abergavenny train station. Straightforward rooms come with flat-screen TVs, and tea and coffee-making equipment. Some have desks. The casual pub serves classic fare and real ales, and offers weekly live music.
Triley Court Cottages is made up of two newly renovated stables, Golwg Y Mynydd and The Stable. Both are beautifully decorated, with one bedroom, with a choice of a kingsize or two small singles, plus a bed sofa if required. With rustic style living spaces, self-catering kitchens, shower rooms with WC, and charming gardens our holiday cottages provide a perfect countryside getaway. Golwg Y Mynydd has bi-folding doors to create a big open space. We're located in the Brecon Beacons, providing stunning views of our local mountain 'The Skirrid Fawr'. 2 miles from Abergavenny, with a local pub and mountain walks on our doorstep.