When it comes to staying in hotels in Abergavenny, just take your pick. The town boasts hotels for every pocket and taste, from no-frills budget options and luxury hotels to charming bed and breakfasts, self-catering properties and more. Whether you fancy staying in hotels or guesthouses in Abergavenny centre or resting your head in a nearby country hotel or self-catering cottage, Abergavenny can truly accommodate your preferences.
Hotels near Cardiff and Bristol Airports
If you’re heading to or leaving Abergavenny via Cardiff Airport or Bristol Airport, you’ll find plenty of comfortable hotels and accommodation choices near the terminals. Break up your journey at a national hotel chain or relax at a bed and breakfast, quaint farmhouse lodging or family-run guesthouse a short drive from either airport. Whether you’re here for business or pleasure, all make convenient places to stay in the Abergavenny area.
Abergavenny hotels for shopping, dining and nightlife
Want to concentrate on the sights, shopping and nightlife of b>Abergavenny town? Then, try one of the traditional hotels, coaching inns and pubs in the centre around Cross Street, the High Street or the nearby roads. Along with numerous bed and breakfasts and guesthouses, they’re perfectly placed for enjoying Abergavenny’s attractions to the full.
All put you within easy walking distance of the markets of Abergavenny’s 19th century Market Hall, its fascinating St Mary’s Priory Church and all the shops, cafes and eateries of the centre. Plus, in the evenings, you’re handily placed for Abergavenny’s friendly pubs, bars and hostelries, some of which stage regular folk nights and live music.
Abergavenny hotels for exploring, culture and sports
Sightseers and sporty types will love staying in Abergavenny. If the outdoors tops your agenda, check out the country hotels, guesthouses, holiday farms and self-catering cottages that beckon from around the town.
From 4 star country house hotels overlooking the River Usk to golfing hotels, private rental properties and cosy bed and breakfasts, they’re ideal for immersing yourself in the area’s multi-layered scenery, history and culture.
Choose the accommodation that best fits your preferences and price level, and get out and about in the awe-inspiring Brecon Beacons National Park, following the walking and cycling trails that weave through the mountains and moorlands. You can visit intriguing prehistoric and Roman sites or discover natural jewels such as waterfalls, caves and rivers.
Alternatively if you head for Blaenavon Ironworks you can learn about life and work during the Industrial Revolution, take a cruise along the gentle Monmouthshire and Brecon Canal; or up the pace with some pony trekking, windsurfing or kayaking on LLangorse Lake or exhilarating whitewater rafting on the River Usk.
Business hotels in Abergavenny
If you’re visiting Abergavenny on business, you’ll find a good choice of hotels in and around the town geared up for work trips, meetings and delegate events. Choose one of the larger, out-of-town hotels with excellent conference facilities, opt for a classic inn with meeting rooms or select from friendly guesthouses ideal for overnight stopovers or longer business trips.