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An accommodation and events venue in Wales.


Woodbank is a stunning detached country house, two miles from the village of Llanhennock, South Wales. Located within 20 acres, overlooking the River Usk and Celtic Manor Resort (opposite the 2010 Ryder Cup course) and surrounded by beautiful countryside. 


M4/A449 J24 is ten minutes; Newport 15 minutes; Cardiff 30 minutes; Bristol 40 minutes

Places to visit and things to do:

  • Llanhennock village with a thriving local pub serving real ales
  • Usk Valley walk OS explorer 152
  • Caerleon 3 miles - Roman Fortress of Isca, National Roman Legion Museum, Roman Baths, amphitheatre and barracks, restaurants, shops, numerous pubs, and parkland
  • Celtic Manor Resort 4 miles (12 minutes) - Ryder Cup host, three championship golf courses, luxury spa and fitness facilities, excellent restaurants as well as lots of activities for all the family
  • Newport 5/6 miles - shopping centres, restaurants, pubs Velodrome, Newport Dragons rugby and Newport Town football, transporter bridge and nearest railway station 
  • Tredegar House  9 miles - historic country home of Lord Tredegar, 90 acres of parkland
  • Raglan Castle 14 miles - home of the Somerset family, Earls of Worcester  
  • Cwmcarn Forest Drive 15 miles - a mountain biker's dream 
  • Blaenavon Iron Works. Iron Age Hillforts, castles, prehistoric caves within a 15-20 mile radius 
  • Chepstow 18 miles - racecourse and castle
  • Abergavenny 19 miles - market town, annual food festival 
  • Cardiff 19 miles - the National Museum of Wales, Millennium Stadium, Wales Millennium Centre, Cardiff Bay leisure facilities, BBC Studios, Cardiff Castle, Cardiff City Stadium, Cardiff Blues Arms Park, Glamorgan C.C.C, Motorpoint Arena, Cardiff Devils, Ice Rink, Cardiff International White Water rafting, major shopping centres 
  • Monmouth 19 miles - located where the River Wye and River Monnow meet: Canoeing and Kayaking on the River Wye, the birthplace of King Henry V at Monmouth Castle, Lord Nelson Museum and Garden. The world’s first Wikipedia town. (Visitors can scan QR codes around the town with their smart phone to view Wikipedia articles relating to the area). The Rolls of Monmouth Golf Course, (the family home of Charles Rolls), Monmouth Golf Club 
  • Sugar Loaf Mountain 21 miles - near Abergavenny
  • Tintern 23 miles - magnificent 12th century Abbey regarded as one of Britain's finest relics of the Monastic age
  • St Fagans Natural Museum of history 23 miles - historic buildings, old crafts, visitor centre 
  • Clearwell Caves 24 miles - caves and ancient iron mines near Monmouth
  • Clifton Observatory 24 miles
  • Symonds Yat 24 miles - walking, cycling, river cruises, canoeing and kayaking 
  • Forest of Dean 29 miles - walks, cycling, walking, zip wire trekking
  • Cheddar Caves and gorge 26 miles
  • Black Mountains 30 miles - near Abergavenny
  • Rhondda Heritage Park 31 miles - old colliery and visitor centre, art gallery for all the family
  • Bristol 31 miles - theatre, shopping centres, docks, SS Great Britain, Bristol City F.C., Bristol Rugby
  • Wookey Hole caves 33 miles
  • Weston-super-Mare 40 miles
  • Brecon Beacons National Park 45 miles.

Or just relax on the terrace!!
Please note: All distances quoted from Woodbank are approximate.