Monmouthshire cottages

This county is a foodie's dream! It's known as the food capital of Wales and is home to a vibrant and varied culinary scene. Not only does it host the largest UK food festival in Abergavenny, but it is also home to a wide and ever-expanding list of independent bakeries, distilleries and breweries. Of the five Michelin stars held in Wales, 2 are located here. After you have consumed all of that delicious produce then a walk along the Offa's Dyke National Trail is needed as it meanders across the Wye Valley. There are also 5 designated Dark Sky Discovery Sites, perfect for some star gazing with your loved ones. Search our hand-picked selection of Monmouthshire cottages and secure your dream holiday today.

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This picturesque county in Wales, offers a blend of historic sites, stunning landscapes, and cultural experiences. Here are the top five things to see and do in Monmouthshire:

  1. Tintern Abbey: Visit the breathtaking Tintern Abbey, a medieval ruin nestled in the Wye Valley. Explore its Gothic architecture, walk through the atmospheric ruins, and soak in the tranquil surroundings.

  2. Raglan Castle: Explore Raglan Castle, an impressive 15th-century fortress with a unique blend of medieval and Renaissance architecture. Discover its towers, gatehouses, and beautiful gardens.

  3. Cycling and Walking Trails: Explore the scenic cycling and walking trails of the county, such as the Monmouthshire & Brecon Canal or Offa's Dyke Path, offering opportunities to enjoy the countryside.

  4. Abergavenny: Discover the market town of Abergavenny, known for its vibrant market, historic castle, and annual food festival. Explore local shops, dine in charming cafes, and enjoy the views from the castle.

  5. Llanthony Priory: Visit Llanthony Priory, a remote and picturesque Augustinian priory surrounded by stunning mountain landscapes. Take in the serene atmosphere and explore the ruins.

Bonus: Explore the town of Monmouth with its historic sites and museums, sample local produce along the Monmouthshire Food Trail, or take a leisurely cruise on the Monmouthshire & Brecon Canal.