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The Bell at Skenfrith

Skenfrith, Abergavenny, Monmouthshire



The Bell at Skenfrith is a former 17th Century coaching in located in rural Monmouthshire just a short drive from Abergavenny. Overlooking the River Monnow. The B&B has been loving restored and boasts an award winning restaurant.

Our guest bedrooms have been named after brown trout fishing flies, we have eleven rooms individually decorated with luxury and comfort foremost in mind, including rooms with romantic fourposters. All our beds are bespoke with the finest linen, down duvets, traditional pure wool Welsh blankets and an en suite bathroom with complimentary noble isle toiletries that we encourage you to take home. Freshly ground coffee, fresh milk and traditional or herbal teas and crunchy, homemade shortbread biscuits are provided Text taken from in every room for your enjoyment.

The restaurant has won many awards for its food. Most recently, we were very proud to have won the best place to eat - pub in the Wales national tourism awards, as voted by the public. Our menus change regularly and offer locally-sourced seasonal food, some from our kitchen garden when in season. Special dietary requirements can normally always be met. In good weather, guests can eat outside on the garden terrace or up in the orchard meadow which has amazing views over the Monnow River.

The Bell is quite famous for its six individual circular walks which guide the walker in and around the Skenfrith area; at times crossing over the border into England and back! Another is the Skenfrith sleuth which is extremely popular children's walk that enables them to search for clues about the history of Skenfrith castle.

St. Bridget’s church, in the village of Skenfrith, is one of Monmouthshire’s finest historic buildings and one of the oldest churches in continuous use. With its significant timber belfry to the west tower, St. Bridget’s stands on the banks of the River Monnow, separating England and Wales, opposite the medieval Skenfrith Castle and surrounded by rolling hills.

For more information please visit our website.

Rates: £150 - £250 per room per night based on 2 sharing.
Children welcome.
Pets are welcome.
Off street parking.
Dinner available.
Wi-Fi/internet access.
5 Star AA.

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