Llangattock Mill

Things to do..

If you are looking for things to do during your stay, the Mill is ideally situated to suit many types of activity, and if you wish to explore we are less than an hour from Cardiff and only an hour and a half away from Swansea and the beautiful coast of the Gower peninsular.

Within a Six Mile Radius;

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Other Activities...

There are numerous great nearby areas from breathtaking views while walking, rock climbing, hill walking, horse riding, to trout & salmon fishing, canoeing, sailing, pot holing to name but a few.

The Mill is not far from the Monmouthshire Hunt kennels and the Sugar Loaf Vineyard where you can sample some of the previous years vintage over a leisurely lunch - you can also visit the Monmouthshire & Brecon canal and hire a boat for the day to experience the beautiful countryside at ground level and call in at some of the many hostelries along the way!!


The mining museum in the nearby World Heritage Town of Blaenavon is a must if you wish to understand something of the history of Welsh coal mining and you can experience what life was like underground by taking a trip underground yourself!!
While you are in Blaenavon why not visit the iron works to see how the coal was used - in both museums entry is FREE.

If food is your interest you will be spoilt for choice at Llangattock Mill. Within 5 miles you have two Michelin starred restaurants - The Walnut Tree Inn and The Crown at Whitebrook. In addition to those we also have the Angel Hotel in Abergavenny which was recently voted the best afternoon tea venue in the British Isles. We have the best pub in Wales and the oldest pub in Wales as well as some twenty top pub/restaurants, including TV personality Matt Tebbet's Foxhunter Restaurant just 10 minutes away.

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The nearest town of Abergavenny has it's own famous market and many other activities according to the time of year these include; The arts festival, Steam engine rally, Shire horse show, and of course the famous Abergavenny Food Festival - held every September.

The delightful villages of Raglan & Usk and the Historic Town of Monmouth are close by and nearby and just 15 minutes away on the edge of Powys is Crickhowell with an array of lovely specialist shops, with the popular Bear Hotel at the centre for you to drop in for a quick snack or cup of coffee.

Caerleon, one of the most important Roman settlements in Britain, is just 20 minutes away. The immense excavations, amphitheatre and villas are open to visitors.