The large blocky building next to the church is the former abbey's 13th-century tithe barn, the place where people brought their...
Abergavenny Castle & Museum
Not much remains of Abergavenny Castle except for an impressive stretch of curtain wall on either side of the gatehouse on the northwest...
St Mary's Priory Church
The relatively modest-looking St Mary's Priory Church has been described as the 'Westminster Abbey of South Wales' because of the...
Hen & Chickens
A traditional real-ale pub tucked down a pedestrian alley, the Hen & Chickens hosts live jazz sessions on Sunday afternoons (outside...
The Angel offers a choice of eating options, from an informal meal in front of the log fire in the bar to the sophisticated restaurant...
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King's Arms information
The King's Arms is a 16th-century tavern, where you can down a pint accompanied by lamb's liver and bubble’n’squeak. It has undergone a rather drastic makeover – an oil painting of Martin Scorsese is an incongruous touch – but the restaurant menu (loin of Gloucester old spot pork, beer-battered cod) takes things to the next level of sophistication, while still keeping a rustic edge.