The Kings Head Hotel

A Historic Hotel in Abergavenny, Gwent

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

59 - 60 Cross Street
Abergavenny
Gwent
Wales
NP7 5EU

The Kings Head Hotel, Abergavenny

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The Kings Head Hotel is a former 16th Century Coaching inn located in the heart of historic Welsh market town of Abergavenny. It is a popular choice for discerning business & leisure guests walking trails offering comfortable well-appointed en-suite rooms delicious restaurant food and fine selections of beers in its traditional styled bar.

The Borough Theatre is just next door and nearby Market Hall offers a wide variety of independent stalls. Rooms at The Kings Head Hotel feature a flat-screen Freeview TV with radio tea/coffee making facilities and an en-suite bathroom equipped with complimentary toiletries. The Kings Head offers a cooked breakfast each morning as well as continental options.

Regency59 restaurant offers a traditional British lunch and Nepalese and Indian food throughout the evenings. The town is surrounded by mountains and is well-known for its fishing and walking trails. The Abergavenny Castle ruins and the River Usk are less than 500 yards from the hotel.

The hotel is just 10 minutes' walk from Abergavenny Rail Station and about 40 minutes' drive from Cardiff city. We take pride in our service and ensure that your stay is both comfortable and enjoyable one.

4 star rating

From: £54.00


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Room Facilities
Dining guide
Hairdryer
Free Wireless internet connection
Desk with lamp
Fire alarm with light
Non-smoking
Iron
Family/oversized room
Tea and coffee making facilities
Freeview
Colour television
Desk

Amenities
Lock-up facility for bicycles
Ironing facilities
Free Internet access (high speed) in public areas
Entertainment
Restaurant
Bar
Non-smoking (throughout)

Parking
Long-term parking
Secure parking
On-site parking

Business Facilities
Internet connection (wireless)
Printer
Photocopier
Meeting rooms
Desk

Dining Facilities
The Kings Head offers a cooked breakfast each morning as well as continental options. Regency59 restaurant offers a traditional British lunch and Nepalese and Indian food throughout the evenings.

Meals
Dinner
Lunch
Breakfast (Full cooked)
Breakfast (Continental)

Child Facilities
Highchairs
Cots
Children's menu

Pet Policy
No pets

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Abergavenny, St Mary's Priory Church - 0.2 miles (Historic Church) Heritage Rating

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Abergavenny Roman Fort - 0.2 miles (Roman Site) Heritage Rating

Llanover, St Bartholomew's Church - 3.9 miles (Historic Church) Heritage Rating

Blaenavon Ironworks - 4.1 miles (Museum) Heritage Rating

Llanvihangel Crucorney, St Michael and All Angels Church - 4.4 miles (Historic Church) Heritage Rating

White Castle - 5.3 miles (Castle) Heritage Rating

Partrishow, Patricio Church - 5.4 miles (Historic Church) Heritage Rating

Llanbedr, St Peter's Church - 5.4 miles (Historic Church) Heritage Rating

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