Around Abergavenny

Things to do   Will keep you up to date about the fantastic things the town and surrounding area has to offer.    Discover locally-produced food, great places to stay and fantastic scenery – the beautiful Black Mountains are the backdrop to Abergavenny and is a great base for walking, cycling and just enjoying the great outdoors. Over 30,000 people visit the Festival to celebrate the best in British (and international) food and drink. Grab the chance to try new foods, chat to passionate producers, get new food inspiration and meet the chefs pushing the boundaries of food. Walks and adventures in the Welsh Mountains. Actively connect with nature – experience the restorative wellbeing that the wild has to offer.  Thoroughly researched and guided by experienced, qualified leaders. Delicious, nourishing food is an essential ingredient of our weekends!

Places to stay We have searched from the mountains to the sea to find the most beautiful collection of holiday cottages in Wales. With an ever-growing selection of luxury cottages for every type of holiday, from romantic to quirky, dog-friendly to family, we hope you’ll find the perfect cottage for your getaway. Bunkhouse and camping. The small unspoilt campsite is rated number three in the UK by the Tiny Campsite Guide and is featured in the Guardian newspaper’s guide to the best 100 camping sites (2011).

Childcare: Run by working parents who know just how important it is for your children to be happy, and for you to feel safe and secure leaving your children in their capable hands! Full day session 8am-6pm £39.25  including all meals. Talybont Cottage, Llanfoist, NP7 9NF

Photography : Toril Brancher