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Linking England and Wales, the county of Monmouthshire is the perfect county to appreciate the beauty and diversity of the Welsh borders landscape. The M50 and A40/A449 main roads provide excellent access to the Midlands and South Wales from this county.
Whether it’s walking in the Brecon Beacons and Black Mountains to appreciating the views, riding or fishing from the banks of the rivers Usk or Wye, followed by a relaxing meal in one of numerous Inns offering high quality local food, there is something for everyone.
A designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the Wye Valley with steep wooded slopes are a real feature of this beautiful landscape. Superb walking, riding and fishing opportunities attract visitors to the area with a great range of local pubs and restaurants to relax in after a busy day exploring.
A picturesque market town situated on the banks of the River Wye. Monmouth boasts superb schooling with the Monmouth School for Boys and the Haberdashers Monmouth School for Girls, both of which prove to be a real draw for the area. The region is also renowned for the spectacular Rolls Golf Course and Manor House, the former home of Charles Stewart Rolls, co-founder of the famous Rolls-Royce company.
On the outskirts of the town is the setting for the annual county agricultural show drawing crowds from all over the country. Monmouth is a superb base from which to explore the countryside with easy access to the Brecon Beacons, The Black Mountains and both the Wye and Usk valleys.
Situated on the bank of the River Usk and the western fringe of the Golden Valley, Abergavenny is traditionally thought of as the gateway to South and Mid Wales, Cardiff and the M4 being only a short drive away.
The town is a great base from which to explore the beautiful Brecon beacons national park and the Black Mountains.
The A40/A449 provides a convenient and fast road link to the M4 and Cardiff.
An ancient town and originally a significant defensive stronghold and crossing point for the River Severn. Chepstow has been an important port and market centre with it’s proximity to the river. Wine trading, shipbuilding and salmon fishing are among Chepstow’s many historic industries. Chepstow Castle dominates the town, situated in Bridge Street it is one of Britain’s first stone built strongholds. With a world famous racecourse, good schools and proximity to commercial centres, this town and surrounding region is a very attractive area to live and work.