Surrounded by Brecon Beacons National Park, The Celyn is a bed and breakfast set within a 300 acre working farm in the beautiful county of Monmouthshire. The property offers free private parking and free Wi-Fi is accessible throughout. The Celyn is a country house that has been rustically furnished for a comfortable countryside stay. The building boasts oak beams and traditional wood burning stoves, and has a lounge for relaxing after a day spent walking in the peaks. All rooms at the bed and breakfast have an en suite bathroom and a television. Each room also enjoys panoramic views of Sugar Loaf Mountain and Gwryne Fawr River. A traditional Welsh breakfast is served daily in the dining room. The property uses local produce wherever possible, and guests can enjoy bacon from the local butcher as well as water from the local spring. Further food options are within 3 miles of The Celyn. The town of Crickhowell is a 10-minute drive from the property, and Abergavenny Railway Station is 6 miles away.
Located near a train station, The Angel Hotel Abergavenny is a great choice for a stay in Abergavenny. The bar is a great place to grab a drink, and guests looking for a bite to eat can check out Oak Room, one of 3 restaurants, which serves lunch and dinner. Flat-screen TVs, room service, and designer toiletries are offered in all rooms.
Located in the heart of the Welsh market town of Abergavenny, Kings Arms Hotel offers bed and breakfast accommodation, a restaurant and free Wi-Fi throughout. The property is set in a late 16th century coaching inn. Each of the contemporary rooms at the Kings Arms Hotel is individually decorated, and all feature a satellite TV, tea/coffee making facilities and an en suite bathroom equipped with complimentary toiletries. A full English breakfast is served every morning, together with continental breakfast. The restaurant offers lunch, dinner and snacks, and features an extensive wine list and choice of beer and ale. The property is just 14 minutes’ walk from Abergavenny Rail Station, and about 40 minutes’ drive from Cardiff. Abergavenny is situated at the borders to the Brecon Beacons National Park. The area is well-known for its fishing and walking trails.
Here at Plas Derwen we pride ourselves on offering fantastic quality. From the standard of our food, to the atmosphere and seclusion of our wonderful gardens, and our contemporary boutique bedrooms. Situated on the foothills of the Brecon Beacons National Park, we are ideally located to take advantage of all the area has to offer, whether you re looking for good food, an afternoon with friends in the sun, or a short activity break. We have 10 en suite guest bedrooms ranging from well appointed doubles and twins to larger family rooms that can sleep up to 4. Each room is fitted with a plasma screen TV, and other facilities including play stations, DVD players and tea and coffee making facilities. We have 4 bedrooms in our main building which have great views of the surrounding countryside and are named after the hills and mountains visable from the windows. The stables have 6 bedrooms all on one level with an adapted bedroom with extra facilities for wheelchair use.
A family run newly refurbished warm and friendly 4 Guest House. Five fully equipped Rooms. Ideal for town and transport links with courtesy transport available. Close to pubs and restaurants. Ideal position for walkers, bikers and cyclists to explore Brecon Beacons and Monmouthshire Canal. All Welcome.
Situated in a shopping district, this bed & breakfast is within a 10-minute walk of Tithe Barn, St Mary's Priory Church, and Abergavenny Castle. Borough Theatre and Abergavenny Museum and Castle are also within 10 minutes.
For centuries the Lamb & Flag has been a traditional coaching inn set at the foot of Sugar Loaf Mountain at the gateway to the Brecon Beacons national park, just near the bustling market town of Abergavenny. We are the perfect base for exploring the national park, offering high quality pub food, cask beers and excellent en-suite guest bedrooms. Following a comprehensive refurbishment in February 2001, the Lamb & Flag is host to spectacular views which can now be enjoyed from our bright conservatory, while the alpine style interior is light and airy throughout the summer months. As the nights draw in through the roaring log fire in the centre- piece hearth casts a welcoming cosy glow over the open-plan restaurant.
Pros: On a very cold and snowy night we were warmly welcomed and immediately checked in. Our room was in a part of the hotel being refurbished so was not ensuite - however we had a bathroom very close by which we did not have to share with other guests. We were offered alternative rooms if we wished but chose to stay in the original room.
Cons: The room was a bit cool but it was a very cold night. The manager turned the heating up as high as possible.
Pros: I stayed at The Park whilst working at the Ryder Cup meaning that I left every day before 6.00am and returned after 8.00pm in the evening. The Staff always offered a warm welcome when I returned and were very helpful in providing a packed lunch instead of Breakfast ready fro me when I left - sometimes as early as 4.30am.
Cons: I have to admit that the internet -which was free - was a little slow!!
Pros: The rooms were excellent, the food was good and the service was helpful and personal.
Pros: The room was very spacious & very clean. The restaurant is really lovely wirh a large selection of meals. Staff is wonderful.
Pros: very friendly and efficent staf, good breakfast
Pros: The hospitality
Pros: The food was very well prepared, good quality and well presented.
Cons: The shower would not work!! Needs a hot water pressure pump in the circuit.
Pros: Staff attitude, style of public rooms, food quality
Cons: overpriced - moderate room quality, poor bathroom for the money, bed needs a new mattress
Pros: Lovely location, lovely old building, friendly & helpful staff, light airy and very clean room.
Pros: Very clean hotel, friendly and welcoming staff. Good location to explore the area.
Cons: Very basic but not used to 3 star hotels! The room was decorated a little like an old lady's house might be!
When visiting Abergavenny, The Park Hotel is a great choice to consider. Guests looking for a bite to eat can check out Hatters, which serves British cuisine. A bar/lounge and a garden are other highlights, and rooms offer pillowtop beds and room service.
Enjoy your visit to Abergavenny with a stay at Llansantffraed Court Hotel. For a bite to eat, guests can check out The Court Dining Room, which serves local cuisine and is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. A bar/lounge and a terrace are other highlights, and rooms at this upscale hotel offer 24-hour room service and LCD TVs.