Things to see and do - Monmouth
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The town has retained its medieval street plan, but there are few remains of the castle where Henry V (1387-1422) was born. His statue sits in a recess of the handsome Georgian Shire Hall. Another local figure stands below him: the Honourable CS Rolls, co-founder of Rolls-Royce and aviation pioneer. The headquarters of the Royal Monmouthshire Engineers regiment, Great Castle House, is a splendid stone building from 1673.
4 Agincourt Square GB - Monmouth NP25 3BT
This charming traditional coaching inn is a Grade II listed building and still retains many of its beautiful original features, such as exposed wooden beams. Today, the hotel has 11 en suite rooms offering good-value accommodation right in the heart..
Cinderhill Street GB - Monmouth NP25 5EY
Only 40 minutes from Cardiff and a few moments walk from the centre of Monmouth in the heart of the beautiful Wye Valley this fantastic family-run hotel gives you a friendly service and a warm welcome, good food and wines, comfortable rooms and great..
Whitebrook GB - Monmouth NP25 4TX
Situated in a secluded area within the wooded valley of the River Wye, The Crown At Whitebrook is a restaurant with rooms offering free Wi-Fi and free parking. This former drover's cottage dates back to the 17th century. Each room at The Crown featu..
GB - Rockfield NP25 5SW
Attractive 16C cider mill with exposed timbers and an old millstone at the centre of the characterful, rustic restaurant. Good value set menus are supplemented by a more ambitious evening à la carte. Dishes are hearty and classically based.
GB - Penallt NP25 4SE
Proudly and personally run pub. Its neutrally hued rooms are furnished with heavy wood; for the best views, make for the conservatory. Menus offer good-sized dishes with classical roots. Bread is baked daily and the ice creams are homemade. Bedrooms ..