Top Ten Outdoors Venues in Monmouthshire

Top Ten Outdoors Venues in Monmouthshire

We had a massive response in our poll to find your favourite outdoor hospitality spaces in Monmouthshire. With outdoor dining and drinking being the first steps into getting hospitality back on it’s feet, we wanted to know which venues were your favourites.

We had over 8000 votes for your favourite outdoor pub garden, restaurant or café area and the top 10 venues were:

It was close thing at the top of the leader board with a small number of votes between the top four locations. However, the most popular location voted for you was The Kings Head Hotel, Abergavenny with The Beaufort, Raglan just 5 votes behind.

The Top Five Monmouthshire Venues

Kings Head Hotel / Regency 59, Abergavenny

With it’s new snazzy heated wooden pods and covered courtyard area, the King’s Head proved to be the most popular in our poll. Popular with Abergavenny shoppers, this little treat is located just below the market and is the perfect spot to enjoy brilliant food and watch the World go by.

Call 01873 853575

Other comments about Kings Head Hotel, Abergavenny


The Beaufort, Raglan

In a very close second place, you voted the Beaufort in Raglan. With it’s delightful terrace and it’s new wooden huts, The Beaufort is the place to be seen. With a first class reputation in Monmouthshire, The Beaufort goes from strength to strength and with it’s improved outdoor areas, it will be the place to be this summer.

Reservations: 01291 690412

What other’s thought about the Beaufort, Raglan


The Hummingbird Llanover

The Hummingbird is a lovely little Coffee Shop and Gift Shop on the LLanover Business Centre. It is a relatively new addition to the Monmouthshire hospitality scene but has become a firm favourite with many during it’s few years of operating, It is a popular spot for walkers visiting the canal, which is located just a short walk away. A great little cafe and number 3 on our poll.

What others thought about the Hummingbird, Llanover


Grofield Inn, Abergavenny

Another favourite in Abergavenny is the Grofield Inn, on Baker Street. It has a good reputation for food and a unique atmosphere that makes it a go to place in the summer.

Other opinions on the Grofield Inn


Number Forty Nine, USK

At number 5, in our vote, a stunning venue in Usk.

With a stylish courtyard and fantastic location adjacent to the Maryport Street car park, this little treat is a jewel in the crown of the high street in Usk. With it’s coffee house, tea room, designer Dress Agency & interiors shop, Number 49 is definitely an Usk destination that you need to visit.


Based on our top 30 voted venues by location, these the places you like to visit the most:

Poll PosVenueLocation
1Kings Head Hotel Abergavenny
4Grofield Inn Abergavenny
7The Crown at Pantygelli Abergavenny
9Rosie and Izzys Abergavenny
11Kings Arms Hotel Restaurant Abergavenny
J6The Auberge, Abergavenny Abergavenny
12The Gaff Abergavenny
14Casa Bianca Abergavenny
16The Coffee Pot Abergavenny
17The Trading Post Abergavenny
18Harrys Sandwich and Coffee Bar Abergavenny
22The Little Treat Abergavenny
24Marlows Place Abergavenny
25Cwtch Cafe Abergavenny
29Lamb & Flag Inn Abergavenny
26The Castle Inn Caldicot
8Panevino Italian Restaurant Chepstow
27Stone Rock Pizza Chepstow
13The Clytha Arms Clytha nr Raglan
19The Towpath Inn Gilwern
15The Angel Inn Grosmont
21Jolly Colliers Llanelly Hill
28The Star on the Hill Llanfihangel Tor-Y-Mynydd
3Hummingbird Coffee Shop. Llanover
2The Beaufort Raglan
J6The Wild Hare Tintern
5Number Forty NineUsk
10The Greyhound Inn Usk
2357 Bridge Street Usk
30Three Salmons Hotel Usk

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