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Clytha Arms


This converted dower house on the old Abergavenny to Raglan road stands on the edge of parkland dotted with small woods. From the large garden, captivating views embrace the lush and shapely Vale of Gwent. The main bar is full of character, with old pews, tables and rustic furnishings, as well as posters and a wood-burning stove. The pub is renowned for its ever-changing range of real ales which number more than 300 in any given year, along with some great artisan ciders and perrys; a beer and cider festival hosted over the Spring Bank Holiday coincides with national food and drink events. Grazers can sift through a list of 20 tasty tapas dishes, or choose a simple ploughman's with Welsh cheeses. The restaurant menu delights with its flavour combinations; some dishes, such as cockles with bacon, leeks and black pasta, can be served as either a starter or a main course.

Further information

Tel: 01873 840206
Please quote 'The AA'.
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Principal beers

Langham Sundowner, Wye Valley Bitter, 4 guest ales (300+ per year)


12-3 6-12 (Fri-Sun 12-12)


25 Dec, Mon L


Children welcome.
Children's play area.
Dog friendly.
Coach parties catered.



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From A449 & A40 junction (E of Abergavenny) follow Old Road Abergavenny & Clytha signs

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