Welsh Dragon

Group Holiday Itineraries

There's much to see and do in Monmouthshire. Whether you prefer the great outdoors, uncovering history or a little bit of luxury, we've got it all covered with our itineraries.

Here are two suggestions for one day itineraries.

Food & History

Discover the very best of our history and food with our Explore Monmouthshire itinerary. Start at the Norman Caldicot Castle and its idyllic country park; travel onto the Victorian Old Station Tintern; visit the Georgian Shire Hall in Monmouth; follow up with wine tasting at White Castle Vineyard; and finally, settle in for a sumptious Afternoon Tea at The Angel Hotel in Abergavenny.

Caldicot Castle
Old Station Tintern

Chepstow 01291 689566

Shire Hall, Monmouth

Monmouth 01600 775257

White Castle Vineyard

Abergavenny 01873 821443

The Bar

Abergavenny 01873 857121


Legends of Agincourt

Building on the theme of Visit Wales' 2017 ‘Year of Legends’, explore the landscape into which Henry V was born, where he tested his military tactics, and from where he drew vital support for his campaign in France.

Discover how that loyalty was rewarded as Welsh nobles grew in wealth and status and we move towards the birth of the Tudor dynasty.

Shire Hall, Monmouth

Monmouth 01600 775257

Brecon Cathedral

Brecon 01874 623857


Tour Guides

Make sure you get the most out of your visit to the region by hiring the services of a tour guide. Members of The Wales Official Tour Guide Association are the only guides officially recognised to be able to guide in Wales. They can provide highly trained, professional and experienced Blue Badge Guides, who will help bring your journey to life.

There are dozens of guides, each with their own specialisms, interests and language skills. Blue Badge Guides can take you all over the region, whilst Green Badge Guides offer a more specialist and localised expertise.

To find a guide to suit your needs, please visit www.walesbestguides.com.
Wales Best Guides

Refreshment Stops

Group Accommodation in Monmouthshire