Raglan mourns the end of the Château d’Yquem 1969

You might think that the new entries in the GBG are all micro pubs, brewery taps, Wetherspoons and community restaurants pubs, but you’d be wrong, so wrong. There’s a real mixed bag, with unprepossessing village boozers, Marston’s new builds and upmarket rural hotels, like the Beaufort Arms in little Raglan, your pashmina refuge before you… Continue reading Raglan mourns the end of the Château d’Yquem 1969


The GBG says “Gwent“, Mudgie says “Monmouthshire“, and some would say Greater Tewkesbury. But as the contours and views show, it’s very much Wales in Abergavenny. See also authentic Welsh touches in the castle park, such as “the famous “Jumper Tree” onto which people sew their requests for the next craft beer in the Wetherspoons… Continue reading LET’S CELEBRATE…..ABERGAVENNY