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The Whitebrook Restaurant with Rooms

Fine Dining6.2 miles Whitebrook NP25 4TX

The Whitebrook Restaurant with Rooms is a delightful Michelin-starred venue set in the heart of the stunning Wye Valley - an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. It has been a gastronomic destination since the 1970s, and began its life as a drovers' inn in the early 18th century.
After training with Raymond Blanc at Le Manoi...

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The Inn at Penallt

Gastropub6.2 miles Penallt NP25 4SE

Just a 40-minute drive from Cardiff is foodie haven The Inn at Penallt; a dog-friendly pub that’s dedicated to providing great-value food, served with care. Head chef Lyall Brown and the team know to let quality Welsh produce shine through, sourcing the best ingredients from local farmers and suppliers. The menu is varied, offer...

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The Whole Earth Thai Cafe and Bistro

Bistro, British6.7 miles 10 White Swan Court NP25 3NY

Tucked away neatly between the pedestrianised shopping streets of Church Street and Priory Street in the town of Monmouth is this popular bistro-style café. One of Monmouth's most inviting cafés and restaurants, The Whole Earth Thai café and Bistro serves traditional English food alongside authentic, freshly prepared Thai food....

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#7 Church Street

Modern British6.7 miles 7 Church Street NP25 3BX

Following almost a decade of classical training under the world-renowned Roux brothers, Mark Turton moved to Wales in 1997, becoming head chef of the Crown at Whitebrook and Abergavenny’s Angel Hotel. He treasured the area so much that he’s now put down further roots, having opened his own restaurant, #7 Church Street, in Marc...

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The Misbah

Bangladeshi6.7 miles 9 Priory Street NP25 3BR

This year, The Misbah is celebrating a milestone anniversary, having produced quality Bangladeshi cuisine for the past 25 years. Misbah takes its name from the Arabic word meaning light, and stands proudly at the entrance to Monmouth's picturesque town centre, less than 30 minutes' drive from Newport. Owner and chef, Abdus Salam, ...

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Moko’s Mexican Restaurant

Mexican6.7 miles 8 Church Street NP25 3BU

At this rustic Mexican restaurant you'll find not only delicious, freshly prepared food, but a selection of comfortable guest rooms should you need somewhere to rest your head after indulging. A popular house speciality is the Mexican Tequila chicken; comprising strips of tender chicken breast marinated in Tequila and freshly sque...

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The White Hart Village Inn

Modern British6.7 miles Usk Road Llangybi Nr. Usk NP15 1NP

The multi-award-winning White Hart Village Inn is a charming country pub and restaurant situated in the village of Llangybi within the picturesque Vale of Usk - a location renowned for its trout and salmon fishing. The historically rich interior still retains its original 12th-Century fireplaces, exposed beams and original Tudor plas...

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The Horseshoe Inn

Gastropub, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants7.2 miles Mamhilad NP4 8QZ

Between Abergavenny and Pontypool, set in an idyllic rural location, sits The Horseshoe Inn at Mamhilad, a 17th-Century pub and restaurant. The team at The Horseshoe Inn is committed to providing customers with fresh seasonal ingredients, believing that the quality and integrity of the food is something to savour. Very much part of ...

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The Abbey Hotel

Modern British7.5 miles Monmouth Road Tintern NP16 6SF

Dating back to the 1800s, The Abbey Hotel at Tintern sits at the heart of the Wye Valley and offers exquisite views of Tintern Abbey and the surrounding woodlands. The hotel boasts 23 en-suite bedrooms and is a great base for exploring this picturesque part of the country. The restaurant offers an exquisite range of dishes, combinin...

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Newbridge on Usk

Modern British7.5 miles Tredunnock NP15 1LY

Just a short jaunt from Celtic Manor Resort, the inimitable Newbridge on Usk brings together historic charm and refi ned modern British dining. The restaurant and boutique hotel is housed in a 200-year-old countryside hideaway on the banks of the River Usk, surrounded by lush countryside.
The beamed ceilings, exposed brick ...

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The Anchor Inn

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants7.6 miles Chapel Hill Tintern NP16 6TE

Located within the original grounds of Tintern Abbey, adjacent to the river Wye, the historic Anchor Inn nestles in its own beautiful gardens. The main building used to be the abbey's cider mill, and the horsedrawn apple press still holds a commanding position in the bar. Adjoining this building, the ferryman's cottage once accommod...

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The Star Inn

Traditional7.6 miles Old Abergavenney Road NP4 0JF

The sound of convivial locals chatting around the bar is always a good sign when you enter a pub. Here, there’s a real buzz about the place, helped along by its rustic charm, a cheery team and the top-notch food and drink on offer. The dedicated staff deliver a bill of fare that’s filled with traditional favourites. All dishes...

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Wain-Y-Clare

Traditional7.7 miles Usk Road NP4 0JA

Locals and first-timers head to Wain-Y-Clare to relish its charm, home-cooked food and wide range of drinks. Since being under new ownership, the pub has benefitted from a refurbishment and has a friendly atmosphere that encourages all to enjoy themselves.
Anticipate a diverse menu that’s brimming with traditional fare su...

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The Hardwick

Fine Dining7.8 miles Old Raglan Road NP7 9AA

Located in beautiful countryside just outside the market town of Abergavenny, The Hardwick has become a serious gastronomic destination. It began life as a country pub in the 1800s and was taken over in 2005 by Stephen Terry and his wife, who have transformed it from a dated roadside pub into a top-notch restaurant with rooms, awarde...

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The Village Shop

Cafe and Farm Shop, Cafés8 miles Brockweir NP16 7NW

Everything about this café is geared around local suppliers and community involvement, so The Village Shop is a very apt name. The building itself is eco-friendly, built from local materials, run by volunteers from the surrounding area, and heated by a ground source heat pump. With its exposed beams, handmade worktops and wic...

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