The quite delightful Llanwenarth Hotel (3.5*) dates back to the 16th century. Located in the heart of the Brecon Beacons National Park, it is perched high on the banks of the River Usk, offering unrivalled views across the river towards the peaks.
There are 17 attractive neatly proportioned en-suite bedrooms offering all the modern facilities. The majority of the rooms have their own balconies where you can take in the panoramic views and observe the abundant wildlife such as the red kite and otter. Perhaps relax with a glass of wine and the watch the sun setting.
The Riverside Restaurant is overseen by chef/patron John West who has a longstanding reputation for producing good unpretentious fresh local produce at affordable prices. Floor to ceiling windows offer panoramic views which add to the total dining experience in the relaxed yet convivial atmosphere of the stylish restaurant.
The traditional entry point into Wales from England, Abergavenny is the gateway to the beautiful Brecon Beacons and is an ideal base for exploring South Wales and the border region.
Abergavenny is an ancient market town overlooking the River Usk and surrounded by mountains, the most famous of which are the Sugar Loaf, Blorenge and Skirrid. The Black Mountains and Brecon Beacons are on its doorstep You will find the area an excellent base for activities such as walking, fishing, golf and horseriding, and for the more adventurous, caving, rock climing, quad biking, kayaking and mountain biking.
Crickhowell, the charming small market town is a friendly community offering the visitor specialist individual shops.
(Cardiff, Carmarthen, Conwy)
Picture this; sandy beaches, hidden coves and rocky cliffs along a coastline of nearly 100 miles. Add two National parks and a smattering of colorful villages and historical towns. Welcome to Wales!
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