Ryvington Apartments has a choice of Studio accommodation for the solo traveller and one and two bedroom apartments for couples and families. Abergavenny town centre is just a 10-minute walk away and features regular markets and an abundance of ancient inns and restaurants and an Aldi supermarket is just 2 minutes away
A quiet but convenient location to spend a few days or the whole week with full self catering facilities, so offering more value for money compared to other accommodations in this historical market town
The Swan Meadow of the River Gavenny is just across the road and ideal for that early morning stroll after breakfast. For longer walks the Castle Meadows alongside the River Usk is no more than a short 5 minute walk. For the serious walkers you can set your sights on one of the peaks surrounding the town: Skirrid, Blorenge and Sugarloaf.
If you’re a keen cyclist there are miles and miles of undulating rural roads to test your form. Mountain bikers, too, are well catered for in both Blaenavon World Heritage Site and the Brecon Beacons National Park
Then there is also boating on the Monmouthshire to Brecon Canal, fishing for salmon on the Usk,, lots of golf courses in the area, paragliding and hand gliding from the Blorenge peak, local horse riding and horse racing at Chepstow
Monmouthshire has more castles per square mile than any other part of the UK? The story of the Romans can be seen clearly in the remains of the old town at Caerwent.
If you're looking for the best food and drink. look no further. Abergavenny is the home of award winning food and drink here in Wales having won the prestigious Top Food Tourism Destination at the 'Wales The True Taste Awards', and with a wide range of producers and plenty of restaurants of all kinds, this is definitely foodie heaven.
Where To Go & What To Do
Abergavenny Museum - Museum, Castle, History
Big Pit National Coal Museum - Coal Mine with tours and excursions
Blaenavon Iron Works - Historical feature of the Industrial Revolution
Abergavenny Castle - Norman ruins and lpcal history exhibitions
Blorenge, Sugar Loaf, Ysgyryd Fawr, Crug Hywel - Walking, mountains
White Castle - Imposing 12th Century Norman fortress
The Skirrid Inn - Historic Norman hostelry with dining
Black Mountains - Backdrop to Abergavenny in the Brecon Beacons National Park.
More ideas – an hour away
We think there’s more than enough to keep you busy here but the Welsh capital Cardiff is only a 40-minute drive or train ride away from Abergavenny. It has excellent (free) national museums and art galleries, fantastic shopping, culture, theatre and restaurants galore.
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This page was last updated: 22 November 2017