- Very Good
- 96 guest reviews
"Everything was fine, until we tried to sleep. They allowed a party to go on right outside, no chance of sleeping here. Would not stay again...."
"Excellent value for money. Staff really friendly and extremely helpful. Food and accommodation are very good...."
"Only downside is.parking,otherwise a very enjoyable stay...."
"We booked a double room but was clearly put into a single room as it was so small & the double bed had a single head board fitted to the wal..."
"We were impressed with the cleanliness, value for money and a very nice lady at reception who was friendly, helpful and efficient...."
About the hotel
The King's Head- a JD Wetherspoon Hotel is a thorn in the side of those who believe that beautiful Welsh towns start with a ‘Ll’, the ancient county town of Monmouth has a fascinating past and a wealth of historical and natural attractions. The birthplace of Henry V in 1387, Monmouth has fiercely guarded the Welsh heartland from invaders across the Wye Valley for nearly 1,000 years. The town is entered through a spectacular 13th-century bridge gate across the River Monmow, with a unique fortified gatehouse.
Its medieval street plan intact, visitors are transported to a world of 11th-century priories, the old market in Agincourt Square and the Shire Hall Court Rooms – unchanged since the trials of the Chartist leaders. Out of town, you’ll find yourself in a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, with the world-famous Tintern Abbey, the Forest of Dean and Offa’s Dyke to hand. Looking west are Abergavenny and its Roman fort, the Brecon Beacons and a posse of fabulous historic sites connected to the roguish Owen Glendwr.
- Hotel Non-Smoking Throughout , Cots available , Tea/Coffee making facilities in each room , Hairdryer in each room , Wake Up Call Available
- Wi-Fi Available , Meeting Facilities , Wi-Fi Available In Public Areas , Wi-Fi Available In Rooms
- Restaurant , Bar
- In Room Entertainment
- Car Parking Available Offsite
- [Channels] News
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- From 14:00 hours
- Until 11:00 hours
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- Pets are not allowed
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86% would recommend it to a friend
Everything was fine, until we tried to sleep.
They allowed a party to go on right outside, no chance of sleeping here. Would not stay again.
Needs an upgrade
Stayed here on Friday night after seeing a fab show in The Savoy Theatre.
Highly recommend Al Murray. As far as the hotel is concerned the receptionist was very helpful. The lay out of the hotel was confusing when you wanted to access the bar with lots of steps, going up and down. The room itself was clean, I did think it would have been cleaner, but it was very basic and the bathroom could definitely do with a refurb. The bed was comfortable but we were in room 101 which overlooked all the air conditioner units so was very noisy making sleep difficult. As far as the pub is concerned we had a good meal there and most of the staff were friendly and helpful, especially the man serving the food. However there was one bar maid with long dark hair who would get easily distracted when serving you, to the extent that my husband walked away as she was half way through serving him when she started chatting to another worker and didn't continue with my husbands order and she later did the same thing to me but this time she was half way through pouring our drinks when another customer asked her something and off she went leaving the drinks half poured and me just standing there like a lemon!