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Llwyn Celyn

Self-catering with 1 unit

Llwyn Celyn

Llwyn Celyn

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Address

Llwyn Celyn,
Cwmyoy,
Abergavenny,
Monmouthshire,
NP7 7NE

Contact

Landmark Trust

The Landmark Trust,
Shottesbrooke,
Maidenhead,
Berkshire,
SL6 3SW

Details

At the southern end of the beautiful Llanthony Valley in the Black Mountains stands Llwyn Celyn, an exceptionally important house. It was built in 1420 on the lands of the Llanthony Priory and is a very rare survival from so soon after the destruction caused by Owain Glyn Dwr’s Rising against the English Crown. Possibly a prior’s house, Llwyn Celyn is rich in rare medieval features and has barely changed since around 1690.

Directions

See location of Llwyn Celyn on Google mapsSee location on Google maps

Map reference: SO 309218  Lat: 51.89053 Long: -3.00486

Sitting in the Lanthony Valley, Llwyn Celyn is perfectly positioned to explore the Brecon Beacons National Park.

10 minutes from Llwyn Celyn is Llanthony Priory, the remains of a 13th-century priory. The site is open all year round, with free entry and nearby parking.

Facilities

  • Private parkingPrivate parking
  • Microwave cookerMicrowave cooker
  • DishwasherDishwasher
  • Real log/coal firesReal log/coal fires
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