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Visit Monmouthshire: The Food Capital of Wales

Tourist Information Centres

Chepstow Tourist Information Centre
Castle Car Park
Bridge Street
Chepstow
NP16 5EY
Tel: +44 (0)1291 623772
Fax: (0)1291 628004
chepstow.tic@monmouthshire.gov.uk
www.facebook.com/chepstow.tic

Monmouth Tourist Information Outlet
Shire Hall
Agincourt Square
Monmouth
NP25 3DY

Tel: +44 (0)1600 775257
monmouth.tic@monmouthshire.gov.uk
www.shirehallmonmouth.org.uk

Abergavenny National Park & Tourist Information Centre
Monmouth Road
Abergavenny
NP7 5HL
Tel: +44 (0)1873 853254
Fax: +44 (0)1873 853254
abergavennyic@breconbeacons.org

Press Contact

Kevin Ford
Digital Tourism Marketing Officer
Monmouthshire County Council
PO Box 106
Caldicot
NP26 9AN
kevinford@monmouthshire.gov.uk
www.visitmonmouthshire.com

Destination

From the Brecon Beacons and Wye Valley Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, to formidable castles, Roman Towns and magnificent gardens. Enjoy our beautiful landscape at your own pace. Then find out why we’re the Food Capital of Wales at our bustling market towns, award winning vineyards, Michelin starred restaurants and the renowned Abergavenny Food Festival.

What's on Offer

Conference & Business Facilities

For all information on Meetings, Conferences, Exhibitions & Events, call 01633 233292 or email tourism.conferences@newport.gov.uk.

Alternatively, visit www.southeastwales.org.uk to find out more.

Getting There

Road

Monmouthshire is served by an excellent road system which provides fast, easy access. The M4 and M48 skirt the southern edge while the A40 runs through the middle of the area. From London and the south of England use the M4 and the Second Severn Crossing or for Chepstow, Tintern & the Wye Valley branch off just past Bristol onto the M48 and cross the original Severn Bridge. From south west England use the M5, then M4/M48. From the Midlands and northern England use the M6, M5, M50 and A40. For the latest traffic information on trunk roads and motorways in Wales, visit traffic-wales.com.

A toll is payable when travelling west-bound across either the Severn Bridge (M48) or the Second Severn Crossing (M4). Charges for 2012 are cars and motor caravans £6.00, small goods vehicles and small buses £12.10, heavy goods vehicles and buses £18.10. For up to date information contact Severn River Crossing plc, Tel: +44 (0)1454 635000 or visit the website severnbridge.co.uk.
Unlike the Second Severn Crossing (M4), the original Severn Road Bridge (M48) has a path specifically for cyclists and pedestrians, for whom there is no toll.

Rail

Mainline railway stations are located at Newport, Severn Tunnel Junction, Caldicot, Chepstow and Abergavenny with regular services to and from London (in under 2 hours), Cardiff, Plymouth, Birmingham and Manchester Piccadilly.

Sea

There are ferry connections from mainland Europe to the UK’s south and east coasts and from Ireland to ports in Wales.

Air

The international airports of Cardiff, Bristol and Birmingham are all within easy travelling distance of the Wye Valley & Vale of Usk. London Heathrow is a two hour drive along the M4 whilst all airports named here have direct public transport links to the national rail and coach networks.