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The Kings Head

Inn with 22 rooms

Bar Interior

Bar Interior

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8 Agincourt Square,
NP25 3DY


Beverly Davies

8 Agincourt Square,
NP25 3DY


This is a grade II listed building, originally a 17th-century coaching inn. All of the 24 bedrooms are en suite and include tea- and coffee-making facilities, a hairdryer and Freeview TV. Unlimited free Wi-Fi is available in all bedrooms and in the bar area.

Monmouth is a Welsh-border market town at the confluence of the Rivers Wye, Monnow and Trothy. With its bustling main street, it makes a great destination for a holiday! Perhaps best known as the birthplace of Henry V, Monmouth boasts a whole host of historical sites, people and buildings, from the Nelson Gardens to the town hall. It has a medieval 13th-century bridge over the River Monnow, unique in Britain, as it is the only preserved bridge of its design remaining.


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Map reference: SO 507128  Lat: 51.81214 Long: -2.71577

Walking from the bus station: take a left onto Monnow Street, follow the road, until you reach the square, and the hotel will be on the right.

Approaching from the M4: take junction 24 onto the A40. Take the first turning after the tunnel, signposted Monmouth. Turn right at the petrol station, then right at the traffic lights. Take a left at the roundabout and follow the road round to the right and up the main street. After quarter of a mile, turn right; we are across the road from the town hall.

Approaching from the M5: take the M50, heading for Ross on Wye and leading on to the A40. Take the second exit off the roundabout, through the next set of lights. After quarter of a mile, turn left at the town hall – and we are across the road.

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