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4Visit Wales Assessed Small Hotel Ratings explained
29, Nevill Street , Abergavenny, NP7 5AA
The Kings Arms Hotel in Abergavenny is a late 16th Century coaching inn, a stunning example of what much of Abergavenny would have looked like before more formal Georgian modifications.

The hotel offers 11 fabulous contemporary en suite bedrooms, a first-class breakfast, excellent food from Jim Hamilton and his team, and a function room to suit any special occasion.

Abergavenny is in the heart of the Brecon Region of Wales with access to a range of outdoor activities including walking, horse riding, canoeing, fishing and paragliding. All of this in breath-taking countryside.

The Kings Arms Hotel offers a warm and friendly welcome to all our visitors...

For any 3rd party bookings please contact the hotel direct after you have booked to arranage payment.
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By Rail. There is a mainline railway station, just South of the town, coming from London and Cardiff via Newport, and the North via Hereford. The railway station is a 10 - 15 minute walk from the hotel.
By Road from London. Take the M4 West crossing the New Severn Bridge and exit at Junction 24 to Coldra Roundabout. At Coldra Roundabout, take A449 North. Leave A449 at 2nd Exit, signposted to Raglan and Abergavenny. Follow dual carriageway to Raglan Roundabout and take 3rd exit on A40 to Abergavenny. At the next Roundabout take the 3rd exit on A40 to Abergavenny. Turn left at crosswords into Castle Street. Continue on Castle Street. Car Parks on your left, hotel on the right, on corner of Castle St and Nevill St.

Railway:

Abergavenny

Pontypool and New Inn

Attractions:

Abergavenny Museum and Castle

White Castle

The Tithe Barn, St Marys Church

Blaenavon Ironworks