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The Angel Hotel Abergavenny B4 ★★★


15 Cross Street, Abergavenny, NP7 5EN T: 01873 857121 F: 01873 858059 E: mail@angelabergavenny.com W: www.angelabergavenny.com Open: All Year / Rooms: 35 / En-suite: 35


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Historic coaching inn and serviced cottages close to Abergavenny castle, market and independent shops. Stylish restaurant and courtyard. Tea Guild’s ‘Top City and Country Hotel Award’ for afternoon teas. Wine Spectator ‘Award of Excellence’. Near Shaun Hill’s Michelin-starred Walnut Tree.


Room Rate: Single from £89 Double from £111


Short Breaks


Room Rate – minimum & maximum Price per room per night including breakfast, for single occupancy and double/twin occupancy (unless specifically stated that the rate quoted is per person, per night)


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. Bookable through TICs B Bus stop nearby (0.5 miles) v Café/Restaurant P Charge for fuel b


s Coach parties welcome - Cots available z Disabled facilities 5 Electric hook-up (caravan/camping site)


O Evening entertainment S Evening meals by arrangement m Facilities for visitors with hearing difficulties


l Facilities for visitors with sight difficulties


V Garden (for guests’ use) J


Laundry facilities Licensed Lift


Golf course within 20 mins drive


F Ground floor bedrooms available } Gym/Health Club y D ˛


I Linen provided free of charge k Major credit cards accepted } Parking/private car park C Pets welcome by arrangement o Railway station nearby (3 miles) P Showers (caravan/camping site) Smoking area provided


y Special diets catered for 9 Swimming pool W Tea/coffee facilities in bedrooms t Television 0 Toilets on site (caravan/camping site or attraction/activity)


] Totally non-smoking $ Use of organic produce Welsh spoken


Wireless broadband


Short Break Rates are available – ask for details


Quality Grading


Inspected & graded by Visit Wales


Close to long distance walks Close to short walking routes


Inspected and graded by the AA


Visit Britain Silver Award


General Awards /


AA


Restaurant Rating


Welcome Host


Disability Access Statement Available Online


Les Routiers Listed


Restaurant


AA Notable Wine List Award 2011–2012


Cask Marque Award


Inspected & graded by Visit Britain


Visit Wales Gold Award 2012


Accommodation Awards


Green Dragon Environmental Standard


CYCLISTS


Cyclists Welcome Award


Visit Britain Breakfast Award


Heart of England Excellence Awards


Croeso (Welcome) Award


Savour The Wye


Green Tourism Business Scheme


Green Flag Award


Winner of Golf Resort of the Year Europe 2011


Campaign for Real Ale


Welsh Rarebits M&IT Gold Award Attraction & Activity Awards


Visit Wales Accredited Attraction


Museums, Libraries & Archives Council


British Horse Society


RYA Training Centre Local Tourist Associations


Abergavenny & District Tourist Association


Stay Downourlane


Abergavenny Farm Holiday Group


Wye Valley & Forest of Dean Tourism Association


Brecon Beacons Tourism


Visit Wales Accredited Activity


Wales Trekking & Riding Association


AALA Accredited


Walkers Welcome Award


AA


Breakfast Award


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