Sorry we are currently closed but ready to see you when we are able to re-open.
We are currently closed but behind the scenes we have been working hard to make the hotel a safe place for staff and customers and have all the necessary procedures in place to ensure everyone's safety when we areable to re-open. We do however have our Stable Cottage available for self-catering breaks from 12th April. We thank you for your patience through these difficult months and look forward to seeing you.
Our Flexible Cancellation Policy shows our commitment to be flexible with future hotel bookings, including those booked on a prepaid rates during the current uncertain times. Any new DIRECT bookings (via our website or directly with our Reservations Team) made for arrival up until 30th September 2021, can be changed or cancelled without charge up to 7 days before arrival.
Staycation is the new Vacation for 2021! We are now booking our Staycation Breaks ready for when we can re-open. Our Flexible Cancellation Policy gives you peace of mind when making your booking.
Privately owned hotel with a passion for providing first-class customer service
We welcome children and have two larger family rooms (each sleeping 4/5) within the Hotel as well as the beautiful Stable Cottage that sits within the Hotel grounds. We have been welcoming families back year after year to enjoy spending time in the South Wales area fishing in the nearby River Usk, having a golfing break, walking, fishing or taking a trip to the coast. We also welcome guests visiting Wales for the RBS Six Nations Rugby at the Principality Stadium - you can be assured of a cheerful welcome for this popular sporting event!
Along with family rooms we have a room with wheelchair and passenger lift access close by. The addition of Complimentary Wireless Broadband in all of our bedrooms and throughout the whole hotel means that all guests can keep in touch with their business and friends at all times.
The hotel is set in the perfect location to allow you to explore the wonderful Welsh countryside and return at the end of the day to the comfort of one of our 27 ensuite guest bedrooms all individually furnished and equipped with flat screen televisions / DVD players and tea and coffee making facilities.
Furnished to a high standard, every guest bedroom room is fully en-suite and equipped with with trouser press, flat-screen television/ DVD player, telephone, tea and coffee making facilities and most have views of the hotel's spacious gardens.
Perfect for that short break away to re-charge your batteries or enjoy a family break visiting some of the many tourist attractions in South Wales. We are ideally located for walking and exploring this scenic part of South Wales
The capital city of Wales, Cardiff is within a 30 - 40 minute drive. With easy access to the M4 within minutes of leaving the hotel, you can explore some of the many visitor attractions that make our capital city so great. The Principality Stadium hosts many sporting fixtures and concerts, Cardiff Castle is the perfect place to explore and we recommend a visit to St Fagans Musuem on the outskirts of Cardiff where you can find out about the history of Wales. For shoppers, St Davids Shopping Centre is one of the many places to have some retail therapy. Here you will find many designer shops, high street brands, quaint shopping malls and places to eat.
For those looking for a walking holiday in South Wales, look no further than Monmouthshire. We are surrounded by so many lovely walking routes for all abilities and durations. The Skirrid (Ysgyryd Fawr) is a solitary hill rising from the countryside to the east of Abergavenny. If you prefer a short and direct ascent of the Sugar Loaf, which lies a few miles west of Abergavenny we suggest this particular route be saved for a fine day as the views from the summit are excellent in fine weather. A nice river walk takes you along the River Wye include the Devil's Pulpit, Brockweir and Tintern. Visiting the counties of Monmouthshire and Gloucestershire, the route also includes a section of the Offa's Dyke National Trail. A Brecon Beacons walk exploring the Vale of Ewyas in the Black Mountains is another favourite. The outward route follows lanes, tracks and paths along the valley floor to reach Llanthony Priory. The return is along mid-level paths across rougher terrain in open country offering excellent views of the valley and surrounding ridges. Ideal for days when the tops are shrouded in clouds. Our reception staff would be delighted to assist you with suggested walking routes.
We appreciate that pets are part of the family
As our guest you are welcome to bring your dog into the grounds and the building of the hotel as long as it is fully house-trained. For the comfort of other guests, we ask that you keep your dog on a lead and under control at all times. Dogs must not be left unattended and are not permitted on beds or furniture at any time.
We have certain bedrooms in which dogs are permitted and these are subject to availability. In order to comply with Health and Safety legislation your pet is not permitted in any restaurant, lounge or bar area (except assistance dogs).
We welcome responsible dog owners - if a dog were to display aggressive behaviour its owner would be required to remove it from the hotel grounds immediately.
Any fouling in bedrooms, public areas and grounds must be cleaned up immediately and the area sanitised. Dog owners will be responsible for the cost of cleaning, repair or replacement of any items stained or damaged by their dog.
Dogs that are deemed to be a nuisance or danger to other hotel guests must be removed from the premises immediately. The hotel reserves the right to make this decision at any time. Should the hotel have to compensate other guests for any disturbance caused by your dog this will be charged to your account.
There is a charge for pets – please ask upon booking.