Places to See

Dining Out

Complete a perfect day with a visit to one of our many superb country restaurants and hostelries for which our area is renowned. Monmouthshire has recently been named the top food destination in Wales. You will be spoilt for choice! We would advise that you book early to avoid disappointment.

Warwicks Pub, Onen – 3 miles
Halfway between Monmouth and Abergavenny, Warwicks offers good food and a friendly atmosphere

Stonemill Restaurant, Rockfield – 3 miles
Just down the road, dining is in a converted 16th century barn and was recently listed in the Michelin guide.

The Bell, Skenfrith – 5 miles
A fully restored former 17th century coaching inn on the banks of the River Monnow and in the pretty village of Skenfrith

Garway Moon, Garway – 7 miles
A welcoming 18th century country Inn with good food and overlooking Garway Common

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An updated pub offering gourmet standard dining.

The Walnut Tree, Llanddewi Skirrid - 9 miles
Sits on the B4521, two miles east of Abergavenny and has recently been awarded one Michelin star

The Hunters Moon10 miles
A Traditional pub on the Offa‘s Dyke walk

The Beaufort, Raglan – 12 miles
An old coaching Inn and in the village of Raglan, The Beaufort offers excellent food

The Hardwick, Abergavenny – 12 miles
Owned and run by Stephen Terry, has been awarded Best Gastropub in the National Restaurant Awards 2010

The Crown, Whitebrook – 12 miles
The Good Food Guide 2011 puts The Crown in its top 30 restaurants in the UK

Monmouth boasts a number of cosy cafes ideal for a leisurely break throughout the day. For the evening there are excellent restaurants such as the bistro Prego in Church Street, the Misbah Tandoori and Jewel Balti Indian restaurants and Pizza Express on the main street which is child friendly.

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