The Angel Hotel, Abergavenny – A Review

The Angel Hotel, Abergavenny -

Abergavenny is one of those quaint places that I often hear people talking about. Nestled at the edge of the Black Mountains in Wales, it is a small market town a mere 6 miles from the English border. Back in November, I finally got to explore the town and stay at the wonderful Angel Hotel. I was invited to come and stay for the night, and experience their amazing afternoon tea, check out their pop up apres-ski chalet; where we would have fondue and also get to try lunch at their Chapel Cafe.

The Angel Hotel is located in a former coaching in, dating back to the nineteenth century. Inside are 35 beautiful guest rooms, their Oak Room restaurant, Foxhunter bar and Wedgewood Room where they serve their famous high tea. The Angel has won many awards, including the AA Hotel of the Year Wales for 2016/17 and Top Afternoon Tea Outside of London 2011.

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13 thoughts on “The Angel Hotel, Abergavenny – A Review

  1. I remember seeing your instagram posts while you were away! It really does look magical. We also visited Abergavenny though stayed in a far less glamorous field! I think we’ll have to pay The Angel a visit next time we go 🙂

  2. Oh gorgeous Abergavenny, I haven’t visited for far too long! This looks like a perfect bolthole, your pictures are gorgeous and that bed sounds very inviting indeed! Fab range of veggie food on offer to which is perfect!

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