Local Attractions

Within 2 miles

Usk Town Centre: There are a number of antique shops, a shop for angling needs and licences, a Rural Life Museum and a ruined Norman castle with panoramic views of the Usk Valley. In late June each year, Usk holds an Open Garden Competition, with many prize-winning landscaped and flower gardens. Usk has won 'Britain in Bloom' three times and has represented Britain twice at the European Entente Florale. Please see http://www.gardensofwales.org.uk/historic for more details.

Usk Grass Ski Centre

Red Dog Craft Centre

Within 6 miles

Raglan Castle: Built in 1435 by Sir William ap Thomas, a 10-minute drive away.

Llandegveth Reservoir: For fishing and boating.

Usk Gliding Club

Clytha Castle Folly and Picnic Site or Clytha Historic Gardens

Monmouthshire & Brecon Canal

Cwmbran Community Farm: Ideal for children.

Within 10 miles

Abergavenny Town Centre: Historic Market Town. Famous food festival.

Griffithstown Railway Museum

Wentwood: Ideal for for horse riding, walking, cycling, picnics etc.

Fourteen Locks Canal Centre

Pontypool Park and Dry Ski Slope

Big Pit Heritage Site: Includes a disused coal mine, open to visitors as a tourist attraction.

Caerleon Town Centre: This ancient Roman settlement includes an amphitheatre, barracks and Roman baths. There is also the National Roman Legion Museum.

Within 14 miles

Monmouth Town Centre: Historic Market Town.

Newport City Centre: With a Riverfront Theatre and Museum and Transporter Bridge.

Caldicot Castle

Chepstow Castle

Within 20 miles

Cardiff City Centre: The capital city of Wales, including the Millenium Stadium for football and rugby matches as well as music concerts, plus excellent shopping and restaurants.

Cardiff Bay: Includes waterfront pubs and cafes, boat trips, and Doctor Who Exhibition Centre.

FOR MORE INFORMATION ON ATTRACTIONS IN THE AREA, PLEASE SEE: http://www.visitwales.com

 
 
   
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