Black Lion Guest House

Address: 43 Hereford Road, Abergavenny, Monmouthshire, Southern Wales, Wales, NP7 5PY, United Kingdom | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 43 Hereford Road, Abergavenny, is near Big Pit, Big Pit: National Coal Museum, Abergavenny Museum and Castle, and White Castle.
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    Travel Blogs from Abergavenny

    A plan 8 years old

    A travel blog entry by annie.jon on Jun 09, 2015

    Annie:

    I realise that Jon has not posted at all yet in this blog and I promise that he will get around to it. Currently I am the one sitting at home, whilst he is off on his stag do and a last minute family holiday to Sicily before we go away on our year long travels.

    I just wanted to mention something amazing actually. A wise man once told me that eternal patience brings about immediate results..and ...

    Day 6 Hay on Wye to Kington 15 miles

    A travel blog entry by nickandjo on Jun 06, 2015

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    ... off of waterproofs, a time consuming process. We made good progress and met the friendly Dutchman again who informed us his name was Tony. A coincidence as the only other Dutchman we know is called Tony. We reached Newchurch 6 miles from Hay by 11. St Mary's church at Newchurch is probably unique in that it has tea and coffee making facilities for tourists at the back of the church, all that is required is a donation to church ...

    Day 5 Longtown to Hay on Wye 13 miles

    A travel blog entry by nickandjo on Jun 05, 2015

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    ... and sometimes with gravel, sometimes maroon in colour. We headed North along the ridge, which is close to 2000 feet above sea level, for about 5 miles. At this point just as we left the ridge it began raining and got a lot colder. We had been lucky not to make this high level crossing in bad weather. In full battle dress we got off the mountain and stopped for lunch using a large stone for shelter from the elements. The road here is the only road to cross the Black Mountains ...

    Last day in Abergavenny

    A travel blog entry by joannegg on Aug 06, 2014

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    ... Pertholey for more picture taking and sightseeing. Joanne was happy to ride along through the narrow lanes lined with tall green edges and stone walls. Very pretty scenery.

    We then headed off to Cwmyoy and visited a church, graveyard and chatted with a local about some of the history of the place. The view from up there is amazing. We stopped for lunch at a small pub,or "free house" which had a lovely golden local ale, but ...

    Five go Adventuring in Wales

    A travel blog entry by corinna_andrew on Aug 24, 2012

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    ... bags we went in search of a pub. Following our host's directions this time, rather than Tomasina's, which meant we drove on real roads for most of the journey!

    Living in London, you forget what "normal" prices for food and drink are, and also what good service is. We found that every single place we went to in Wales felt like value for money and had the most ...