The Guest House is ideally situated near Abergavenny town centre. The local shops and pubs are a small walk away.
Abergavenny lies nestled at the foot of many beautiful mountains and is consequently cocooned and sheltered by some of the most awe inspiring mountains in Wales, including the “Sugar Loaf”, the “Blorenge” and the “Skirrid”.
This gives the walker, biker or cyclist the opportunity to explore and view the breathtaking scenery. The resident population of Abergavenny is approximately 14,000 but this number swells in the summer season and the local community `swells’ to meet the challenge. We are very well placed accommodation for the Brecon Beacons and surrounding walking areas.
The welcome offered is genuine and the efforts made by all concerned to provide entertainment, fun, food and hospitality is beyond the call of duty! The now famous food festival, steam rallies, jazz, musical and pop festivals in the park, and the Castle grounds, serve to prove this point.
Abergavenny is ringed by historic castles, Abbeys, Churches and Market Towns, which are steeped in both industrial and agricultural heritage. Abergavenny is best known for our very special market, which is open most days of the week for Flea Markets, Craft and Farmers Market and our Tuesday, Friday and Saturday “market” Markets.
The eating experiences are legendary, ranging from a `licensed’ Chip Shop to a 4 star hotel, with all tastes and variety catered for. Other activities, including fishing, canal boating, golf, pony trekking, climbing and bird watching abound within the area.
Take a look at some of the leaflets below of things to do in and around Abergavenny: