Monmouth hotels listed below are either in the town or
we have given a rough guide as to how far they are from Monmouth.
We hope you enjoy your stay and find your ideal accommodation.
Monmouth is an affluent Welsh border
market town situated at the confluence of the rivers Wye, Monnow
and Trothy, that has skipped from both sides of the English and
Welsh border over the centuries. King Henry V is proudly celebrated
throughout the town; at the heart of the town is Agincourt Square.
At the other end of the high street is the Monnow Bridge, the
towns trademark feature, a 13th Century stone gated bridge,
which is the only surviving medieval fortified bridge in Britain.
The town has a number of pretty buildings dating from the 16th
Century onwards, a small regimental museum to the Royal Monmouthshire
Royal Engineers and The Nelson Museum. On Mondays farmers and
cattle cross the Monnow Bridge to the cattle market at Monmouth,
a practice that dates back centuries. Also see Monmouth
& Monmouth attractions.
If you are in the right town but cannot find
the accommodation you want on this page, you might consider self catering accommodation in Monmouth