Abergavenny is a traditional Market Town, on the edge of the South Wales Coalfield and the Brecon Beacons. The towns history dates back to the Romans, and it was later a walled medieval town, with its own castle. Nowadays it's known as foodie hotspot, with the annual Food Festival and a wide range of foodie cafes, restaurants and producers.
Market Hall - markets on Tuesday, Friday and Saturday. Fairs on other days.
|Nearby Attractions (within approximately 5 miles)|
Annual Abergavenny Food Festival each September.
|Hotels||The Angel Hotel|
|Cafes and Restaurants||
The Angel Hotel - one of the best Afternoon Teas in the UK.
Various other restaurants (including a wide range of indian restaurants) and cafes.
There are several delicatessens around the town.
The Three Castles Walk - linking White Castle, Grosmont Castle and Skenfrith Castle.
|Length of Stay||Abergavenny can be a base for a full days visit or for a 2 hour stop.|
|Coach Parking||Coach Drop Off and Parking: Abergavenny Bus Station, Monmouth Road, Abergavenny NP7 5HF. Free.|
|Toilets||There are easily accessible public toilets at the Bus Station, at Castle Street Car Park and next to the Market Hall.|
|Tourist Information and contact for more information||Tourist Information is available at the Market Hall. For more detailed assistance contact the Monmouthshire Tourism Team on|