We use cookies to enable the 'liked' feature and your 'previously viewed' list. We also use cookie data to understand how visitors use the website, enabling us to build metrics and improve our systems. We carry no third-party cookies – you are the customer, not the product. By browsing Stay in Wales, you consent to our use of cookies. You can disable or enable cookies at any time at the cookies page. Accept cookies Change preferences

The religious settlement at Llanthony became a priory in 1118. The remaining structure dates from 1180 to 1230 and was one of Wales' greatest mediaeval buildings. Its remote setting in the Black Mountains of South Wales is starkly beautiful.

Llanthony picture
Pictures near here

Abergavenny pictures

Monmouthshire pictures

All Wales pictures

Middle Ninfa Farm
Abergavenny
15
  • Bunkhouse and Campsite
  • Sleeps 6, 1 bedroom
  • £10 to £15 per night
  • Pets welcome