The Kings Arms

29 Nevill Street, Abergavenny, Monmouthshire, NP7 5AA, Wales

Welsh Tourist Board

The Kings Arms is a late 16th Century coaching inn, giving a fine example of what much of Abergavenny would have looked like before formal Georgian modifications. In 1625, Charles II on his flight from defeat at Naseby stayed at the coaching inn and again much later in his flights from the Parliamentarians. In the 19th Century, a sculptor was commissioned to carve a coat of arms to commemorate the royal patronage. This is now restored over the front of building. No matter whether you are looking to enjoy a delicious dinner with friends in our restaurant, to spend a weekend in the delightful and charming surroundings of Abergavenny, or to organise a professional meeting for colleagues - with nature, beauty and fine cuisine as sources of inspiration, we can supply just what you are looking for.

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