The Kings Arms Hotel is a late sixteenth century coaching inn located in the heart of the bustling Welsh market town of Abergavenny; the gateway to Wales. We offer something for everyone; comfortable,well-appointed guest accommodation, lip smackingly delicious restaurant food and a versatile function space for all manner of events.
Situated between 7 hills on the Welsh/English border, Abergavenny is often referred to as the 'Gateway to Wales'. The Angel is only a 2 minute walk from Abergavenny Castle or 5 minute walk from LindaVista Gardens. Providing a warm, friendly environment in a truly residential setting.
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 perfect location forleisure breaks in the Brecon Beacons with a host of things to do, or a home from home during the working week, the hotel houses 20 guestrooms, and an eclectically-styled bar where Continental breakfast is served.
The historic Dragon Inn is an old hostelry located on Crickhowell High Street. Nestling in the gorgeous Usk valley, Crickhowell is surrounded by mountains and comprises a Norman castle and acollection of early Georgian houses & cottages and some great shops. It's a beautiful spot and a perfect base for adventures in the National Park or just some time away from it all. If you are looking to see how to find us then our postcode for Sat-Nav systems is NP8 1BE.
We have plenty of space for a marquee on our beautiful grounds set against the beautiful backdrop of the Black Mountains. In addition, there is a beamed restaurant and a fully appointed conferencesuite catering for companies wishing to hold business meetings. The building dates back to the 16th century, and was once home of the celebrated poet Henry Vaughan.
Welcome to The Bear, a hotel famous far and wide for its welcoming atmosphere, historic character, convivial surroundings and good food. A cobbled forecourt, archway into the inner courtyard and19th-century stagecoach timetable in the bar are all reminders of the Bear's former role.
Brian and Kathy would like to welcome you to their bed and breakfast in Crickhowell, Wales. We provide a warm welcome with our beautifully decorated and well equipped rooms with open views of thisspectacular countryside - and of course, our wonderfully wholesome breakfasts made from locally sourced produce.
All you have to do is to choose to rest and relax, or get energetic, to recharge your batteries. We have the only indoor heated leisure pool (7.3m by 3.6m) in the area, with a sauna, a gym, Jacuzzi,and steam pool at your disposal. Situated in possibly the most beautiful valley in the Brecon Beacons National Park, on the fringes of the pretty and sophisticated market town of Crickhowell, the views here are outstanding.
The first thing you'll notice when you step inside the BEST WESTERN Pontypool Metro Hotel is that it's a newly refurbished, boutique-style hotel, designed to put an instant smile on your face. Soyou'll be able to check in, sit back with a coffee from the on-site Starbucks, relax and enjoy your surroundings. A real gem of a hotel.
The Hotel is situated in the heart of the Welsh valleys, elevated high on Maesrudded Hill, with spectacular views over the surrounding countryside. Immersed within nine acres of beautifully manicuredterraced lawns and woodland in Blackwood, this majestic manor house offers a haven of peace and tranquility for both the business and leisure visitor, far away from the stresses of everyday life. Maesrudded was the home of Mr. Edmund Williams and his family.