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Found deep in the south-east corner of the beautiful welsh countryside, Monmouthshire is home to over 81,000 residents, and boasts stunning scenery, picturesque countryside surroundings, fantastic leisure and dining facilities, and and lots more.
The largest town in Monmouthshire in Wales is Abergavenny. Home to over 14,000 residents, Abergavenny is 15 miles from Monmouth, and just six miles from the English Border. Originally the site of a Roman fort, Abergavenny became a medieval walled town within the Welsh Marches. To this very day, Abergavenny still contains remains of a medieval stone castle that was built after the Norman conquest of Wales.
Getting to Monmouthshire in the Wye Valley & Vale of Usk is easy thanks to the area’s fantastic transportation links. Road users can access Monmouthshire across the two Severn bridges - the M4 or M48 - or from the north or Midlands via the M50/A40. Birmingham , Bristol and Cardiff airports are all within an hour’s drive from Monmouthshire, and the county connects to major cities including five mainline railway stations across the UK.