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Wonderful view from the top of this iconic hill just outside Abergavenny. A steep climb so be prepared!
Set between Llanwenarth, Deri and Rholben hills, Sugar Loaf is one of the highest peaks in the heart of the Black Mountains. It stands at 596m high and offers glorious panoramic views across South Wales, the Brecon Beacons, and into south-west England.
The Sugar Loaf mountain dominates the skyline of the surrounding countryside and provides a spectacular backdrop to the market town of Abergavenny in South Wales.
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“An hours drive from Cardiff. 1.5 hour, short and sharp walk of which at least half is up on a ridge with great views all the way over to pen-y-fan and the other way to the malvern hills. Nearby skirrid inn is historic.”
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“Contact the Canoe centre for Canoeing The Wye River. booking essential, they can get booked in advance. ”
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“For years this superb award-winning restaurant has been attracting diners from all over the world. The food is an eclectic mix, based on Shaun Hill’s personal taste, paired with sound cooking techniques; rather than a particular country's cuisine. A unifying feature is the core of excellent ingredients. If anyone wanted to treat me to lunch or dinner this would be my first choice in Monmouthshire. Excellent food at respectably fair prices.”
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“Raglan Castle is the nearest castle to The Mews House, it is perfectly formed with towers and a moat, a great experience for all ages. Take a picnic or eat in the fabulous Raglan Castle Cafe in the barns next door.”
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