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Home > Days Out> National Trust > Skenfrith Castle
Address : Skenfrith, near Abergavenny, Monmouthshire, NP7 8UH, 
Telephone : 01874 625515
E-mail : Send an e-mail
Website : Skenfrith Castle's Website
Group : National Trust

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Skenfrith Castle

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Remains of an early 13th-century fortress


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Remains of early 13th-century castle, built beside the River Monnow to command one of the main routes from England.








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Some child-friendly places to eat around Skenfrith Castle

Bill's, Bristol (30.13 miles)

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In the heart of Bristol's busy shopping area, Bill's Bristol restaurant is a real gem of a place, open from first thing for breakfast and coffee, throughout the day and on into the evening....

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Bill's, Bath (38.92 miles)

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Bill's Bath restaurant is a cosy and intimate affair, packed with character. Close to the Theatre Royal, Roman Baths, and other attractions, it's well placed for pre-theatre dinner or if you're out shopping or enjoying t...

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Bill's, Cardiff (32.24 miles)

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Originally built in the late 1800s, Wyndham Arcade, a Grade II listed building, is home to Bill's Cardiff restaurant. Both impressive and intimate, with little booths, nooks and crannies, there's plenty of seating, inclu...

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Some child-friendly places to stay around Skenfrith Castle

Premier Inn - Bristol Cribbs Causeway (25.63 miles)

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Situated near Junction 17 of M5 and close to the interchange between M4/M5. Within walking distance is indoor shopping centre The Mall at Cribbs Causeway, as is the retail park with entertainment facilities including bow...

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Premier Inn - Llantrisant (34.33 miles)

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Ideally located within easy reach of the M4, this hotel is 2 miles from Pontyclun train station and 15 miles from Cardiff International Airport. Our Llantrisant Premier Inn has everything you'd expect, incredibly com...

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Goslings- Cotswold Cottages (38.34 miles)

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Bedrooms : 6 Goslings
is another exceptional example of comfortable, spacious, modernist living, outside and in and we think you will really like this property....

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Some child-friendly days out around Skenfrith Castle

Clevedon Court (30.33 miles)

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Outstanding 14th-century manor house and 18th-century terraced garden...

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Poulton Leisure Centre, Poulton (1.75 miles)

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Welcome to Garstang YMCA! We have two centres in Garstang; the Swimming Centre on Oak Rd and the Leisure Centre on Windsor Rd....

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Offa's Dyke (14.85 miles)

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A three-mile section of the great earthwork boundary dyke built along the Anglo-Welsh border by Offa, King of Mercia, probably during the 780s. This especially impressive wooded stretch includes the Devil's Pulpit, with ...

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