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Walking Route:26 Llanvetherine to Llangattock Lingoed

Walking Route, free entry

Llanvetherine to Llangattock Lingoed

Llanvetherine to Llangattock Lingoed

26 Llanvetherine to Llangattock Lingoed

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Abergavenny to Skenfrith layby,
Old Ross Road, east of Llanvetherine,


Matthew Lewis


The route starts out along a section of the Offa’s Dyke Path which is well marked with the National Trail acorn symbol. On reaching the church at Llangattock Lingoed you leave Offa’s Dyke and head across undulating farmland, through Tump farm to the lane beyond. A series of quiet and green lanes return you to Llanvetherine. The track beyond Whitehouse can be very wet – if this is a problem an alternative ‘hollow lane’ runs past Winston Court to join the main road at Llanvetherine.
Points of interest include the uninhabited Little Pool Hall (a medieval farm), the Old Court and the church of St. Cadoc at Llangattock Lingoed.
Please see PDF below for route map.

Walk Route: Llanvetherine - Offa's Dyke Path - Llangattock Lingoed - Llanvetherine

Duration: 3 hours

Miles: 6

Time/Effort 2 out of 5
Navigation 3 out of 5
Technicality 2 out of 5
OS map OS Explorer 1:25000 Sheet OL13 Brecon Beacons National Park Eastern Area
Toilets None
Refreshments The Hunters Moon Inn is just off the route at Llangattock Lingoed.


Free entry


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Map reference: SO 368172  Lat: 51.84980 Long: -2.91884

Parking: free

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