Abergavenny cottages

Known as the 'Gateway to Wales', Abergavenny sits in the southeast corner of the Brecon Beacons National Park. Surrounded by the beautiful Black Mountains, this special place has plenty to offer visitors, whatever your interests. The town is a mecca for foodies, and with the Abergavenny Food Festival, held annually each September, this is a great place to sample some of the town's local food heroes. If you can't wait that long, then head off to one of the regular markets where you can sample and buy locally sourced and grown produce. If history and heritage is more your thing, then you are in luck, as there is an abundance of castles, medieval mansions and Roman remains to satisfy all culture vultures. If the weather is not kind then head inside to the cinema, theatre, museums or even a history trail to keep little ones entertained. If you wish to explore further afield, then Cardiff is a mere 40-minute drive away and there are many excellent and free national museums, art galleries, shopping and restaurants. Discover this area at your own pace from the comfort of one of our Abergavenny cottages.

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This picturesque market town in Wales offers a mix of history, natural beauty, and culinary delights. Here are the top five things to see and do in Abergavenny:

  1. Abergavenny Castle: Explore the ruins of Abergavenny Castle, which dates back to the Norman era. Enjoy panoramic views from the castle grounds and learn about its historical significance.

  2. Sugarloaf Mountain: Hike or drive to the summit of Sugarloaf Mountain, a distinctive peak that offers breathtaking vistas of the surrounding countryside and the Usk Valley.

  3. Abergavenny Food Festival: If your visit coincides with the Abergavenny Food Festival, immerse yourself in Wales' vibrant culinary scene. Enjoy food tastings, workshops, and demonstrations.

  4. Borough Theatre: Catch a performance at the Borough Theatre, a cultural hub offering a variety of theatrical productions, live music, and other artistic events.

  5. Brecon Beacons National Park: Explore the stunning landscapes of the nearby Brecon Beacons National Park, with opportunities for hiking, cycling, and enjoying the outdoors.

Bonus: Visit the Abergavenny Market, known for its local produce and artisanal products; discover the beautiful St. Mary's Priory Church; or explore nearby historic sites like Raglan Castle.

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