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If you are looking for holidays in the beautiful Wye Valley, then look no further; in just a few clicks, you will find a diverse variety of superb places to stay; search this area to find the perfect place for you. With two un-spoilt and peaceful valleys, contrasting woods and fields, and an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, this area is popular with poets and artists and for walking and fishing.
Stretching from Hay-on-Wye in the north down to Newport on the Severn Estuary, this region of Wales is a border country with a chequered history of conflict between the Welsh and the English, evidenced by the number of castles built here. It’s not just picture-postcard castles that the region has to offer, though, as it is also home to stunning countryside, plenty of fascinating attractions, and some charming market towns.
History lovers are in for a real treat when visiting the Wye Valley and the Vale of Usk. From the awe-inspiring ruins of , Tintern Abbey to the imposing castles of Chepstow, Raglan, and Abergavenny, the architecture and atmosphere of these places are mesmerizing. Other notable places to visit are Tredegar House and Park, near Newport, Usk’s Rural Life Museum, the famous Monnow Bridge in Monmouth, and the National Roman Legion Museum in Caerleon.
The region’s green spaces are put to good use, with outdoor activities galore. Try your hand at windsurfing, kayaking, or kitesurfing at Llandegfedd Watersports Centre, or head out to the Wye Valley for some horse riding through the truly amazing scenery. The Wye Valley is a popular area for walking and has many hiking trails to explore for walkers of all abilities. Mountain bikers are well catered for, too, with plenty of dedicated trails and challenging singletrack rides throughout the area.
The busy market towns in this part of Wales are a joy to explore, with a strong base of independent boutiques and artisan food producers. While Abergavenny is famous for its annual food festival, its food stores and other shops make it well worth a visit at any time of year, along with other towns such as Monmouth and Chepstow. Down in Newport, the Newport Transporter Bridge is a fascinating feat of engineering, and the Newport Wetlands Centre is a great day out for anyone interested in birds and wildlife.
For most of us, eating out once or twice is all part of having a fantastic holiday, and there is no shortage of top restaurants to choose from in this part of Wales. The Stonemill, at Steppes Farm, near Monmouth, is a Michelin-listed restaurant serving modern British dishes. At the same time, The Inn at Penallt is an award-winning venue that uses the best locally-sourced produce to offer traditional home-cooked food in a stunning country inn. Other local restaurants of note include St John’s Place in Hay-on-Wye and The Nag’s Head in Usk.
There is plenty of Wye Valley accommodation, and shorts breaks to choose from at all times; during the summer months, the Wye Valley comes alive with festivals. Hay-on-Wye is, of course, famous for its literary festival, and Abergavenny for its food festival, but there are also excellent festivals held each year in Monmouth, Usk and Newport, and other locations. Why not book your next Welsh holiday in superb Welsh accommodation today?
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