The large blocky building next to the church is the former abbey's 12th-century tithe barn, the place where people brought their...
Abergavenny Museum & Castle
Abergavenny castle's keep was converted into a hunting lodge during the Victorian era and now houses a small museum. It tells the...
St Mary's Priory Church
Although you wouldn't guess it from the outside, this large stone church has been described as the 'Westminster Abbey of South Wales'...
Hen & Chickens
A traditional pub tucked down a pedestrian lane, the Hen & Chickens hosts live jazz sessions on Sunday afternoons (outside when it's...
Stylish and wonderfully friendly, Cwtch (Welsh for 'hug') entices a scrum of regulars through the doors with its homemade cakes, coffee...
29 Nevill St · interesting places nearby
King's Arms information
Abergavenny's most appealing pub dates from the 16th century and has a cosy bar area with low ceilings and a fabulously incongruous oil painting of Martin Scorsese. The neighbouring dining room takes pub food to the next level of sophistication, while still keeping a rustic edge. Upstairs there are 11 comfortable en suite rooms.