Visit the Foxhunter Inn for drinks and great country pub food!
In February 2015 Sue & Alan Long re-opened Foxhunter Inn, Nantyderry as a fine country pub in South Wales. Since taking over the pub Sue & Alan have added a new bar, revamped the beer garden and bought in a large range of ales, lagers, local ciders, wines and much more.
See website for prices and menus
- Free Parking
- Dogs Accepted
Map & Directions
Nantyderry is located between Abergavenny and Usk in Monmouthshire.From Usk - take the Abergavenny road, turning at The Three Salmons. Follow the road until you reach The Chainbridge. Cross over the bridge and immediately take the narrow lane on the left. Go straight over at the next crossroads and we are ¾ mile further down the road on the left.From Monmouth (A40) – follow the A40 south and turn-off at the Raglan & Abergavenny exit. Drive down past the castle and at the large roundabout, outside Raglan, take the last exit sign-posted Clytha (Do not take the dual carriageway to Abergavenny).Follow this road for several miles, past the Clytha Arms, until you reach the Charthouse Pub, turn left here (signposted Usk). Follow the road until you see the Chainbridge pub, turn right down a little lane immediately before the chain-bridge itself. Go straight over at the next crossroads and we are ¾ mile further down the road, on the left.From the A4042 - In between Penperlleni & Llanover on the A4042 there is a turning sign-posted Nantyderry. Follow this road for ¾ mile until you go over a small railway bridge. We are immediately on your right.