Almost a tourist attraction in its own right, the Robin Hood has been providing sustenance for weary travellers since medieval times. The door itself dates from the 16th century, and, in the 18th-century, clandestin…
A Victorian stationmaster's house with flagstone floors and wood-burning stoves, the Foxhunter is now an appealing country pub serving hearty meals. It's located 7 miles south of Abergavenny, just east of the A4042.
This 16th-century coaching inn gets packed to the rafters during rugby games but it's a great place for a quiet beer or pub meal otherwise. Upstairs there's a handful of en suite rooms.
A traditional pub tucked down a pedestrian lane, the Hen & Chickens hosts live jazz sessions on Sunday afternoons (outside when it's sunny) and occasional folk music sessions.
The crux of village life is never short of good beer and friendly locals.