Abergavenny holiday cottages attract mountain climbers, walkers and foodies alike. Hailed as the Gateway to Wales, a self-catering cottage in Abergavenny is the perfect base for exploring the Brecon Beacons and the seven mountains that surround this pretty market town.
This Monmouthshire town has established itself as a magnet for foodies and cyclists thanks to its annual food and cycling festivals, which fill up Abergavenny holiday homes with visitors old and new. Dog-friendly holiday cottages abound to accommodate walkers exploring routes like the Usk Valley Walk and Offa’s Dyke National Trail. The history of the place the Welsh call Y Fenni draws visitors to 11th and 12th century castle ruins and to Blaenavon World Heritage Site, which reflects on the country’s mining heritage.
Self-catering cottages in Abergavenny welcome families and couples as well as large group rentals to discover the fortressed past and the artisan products of the present just over the border from England.