Click the map for tourism ideas Gwent is a mixture of agriculture and dairy farming to the East and mining and industry to the West. The Wye Valley forms the border with England and features some of the region's finest scenery. Newport is the administrative centre for the county, where a wide expanse of parkland is the setting for 17th- century Tredegar House. The North of the County is bordered by the Black Mountains and the Brecon Beacons and to the South is the Mouth of the River Severn and the two suspension bridges which takes the M4 over to England.
Anchor Inn

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2 Saint Mary Street, Tintern, Gwent NP16 6TE. Tel: 01291 689582
Historic Wye Valley inn dating back to 1806 as a drinking establishment but originally the cider mill of Tintern Abbey which sits next door. It can be busy due to tourists to the Abbey but don't let that put you off, the decor is quality and they serve great food and very well kept ales.
Clytha Arms


, Clytha, Gwent NP7 9BW. Tel: 01873 840206
Greyhound Inn
Llantrisant, Usk, Gwent NP15 1BL. Tel: 01822 672505
17th Century thatched inn with exceptional garden, located close to the River Usk, Llandegfedd reservoir and Wye Valley Forest. Excellent range of real ales.
Punch House
4 Agincourt Square, Monmouth, Gwent NP25 3BT. Tel: 01600 713855
Town centre inn dating back to 1771 opposite a statue to Sir Charles Stuart Rolls - part founder of the Rolls Royce motor company.
Skirrid Mountain Inn

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Llanvihangel Crucorney, Abergavenny, Gwent NP7 8DH. Tel: 01873 890258
The Skirrid Mountain Inn is situated in Llanvihangel Crucorney, a small village just outside Abergavenny and in the shadow of the Skirrid Mountain. It is reputed to be the oldest Public House in Wales and it's history can be traced back as far as the Norman Conquest. Good home cooked food is served in an ancient wood-paneled restaurant along with a selection of real ales.
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