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Welcome back to Monmouthshire

The ‘stay local’ regulations have been lifted and travel between Wales & the rest of the UK & Ireland is now permitted. Self-contained accommodation, non-essential retail, outdoor hospitality & many outdoor attractions have also reopened, with take-out refreshments available in many places. Please check the latest Welsh Government guidance here : https://gov.wales/coronavirus and plan your visit before setting off.

It's bluebell season in Monmouthshire, which is one of our favourite times of year. The woodland floors across the county are carpeted in blue from now until around mid-May, so it's the perfect time to visit. Here our Top Five Bluebell hotspots in Monmouthshire.

With more than 1,000 miles of public footpaths and two designated landscapes we've plenty of wide open space in stunning countryside to enjoy. From national trails to short circular walks in and around the Brecon Beacons National Park in the west, and the Wye Valley Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in the east. Visit our walking page to see all our routes or use our route search function to find short and circular walking routes starting / finishing in a specific location. Just enter a town or postcode for a list of walks starting and finishing there.

Make your promise to Wales before you visit and look out for the 'We're Good to Go' COVID-19 secure industry kitemark for assurance that the business is following government and industry COVID-19 guidelines, ensuring processes are in place to maintain cleanliness and aid physical distancing.

For forward planning, indoor hospitality, attractions, accommodation etc will all be allowed to reopen on May 17th (dependent on current Covid levels, and the new Welsh Gov signing off on it). This includes:
• All indoor accommodation, including hotels, B&Bs and Campsites with shared facilities
• Indoor hospitality
• Indoor visitor attractions (eg. Museums / historic homes)
Please note that the ‘rule of 4’ will apply for indoor cafes / restaurants etc, which is 4 people from 4 different households allowed at one table (or more than 4 if from the same household). Indoor holiday accommodation is only for members of single households or extended households (so 2 households max).

Inspiration for your visit

The first county at the entrance to Wales

Autumn in the Wye Valley

Local deliveries and Click & Collect options

Monmouthshire in Spring

Monmouthshire Foodscapes

Tuck into the Monmouthshire Foodscapes on your visit to the Food Capital of Wales.

Bluebell Season in Monmouthshire

Find the best places to experience the bluebells in Monmouthshire.

See all our Good to Go Experiences

Businesses with the UK COVID-19 tourism & hospitality industry kite mark.

Plan Your Visit to Monmouthshire

Plan your visit before you leave home to get the most out of your time here.

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