Glen Trothy Caravan Park

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 Glen Trothy Caravan Park, Mitchel Troy, Monmouth NP25 4BD

Monmouth Heritage Trail

The Monmouth heritage trail encompasses 24 historic and interesting buildings in the town of Monmouth.  Each of these buildings has a ceramic blue plaque affixed to it.

The trail includes a number of Grade I, Grade II and Grade III listed buildings.

  • Drybridge House – a large 17th century Grade II listed building.
  • St Thomas the Martyr Church – 12th century, Grade II listed church located beside the medieval Monnow Bridge
  • Monnow Bridge – Grade 1 listed structure.  The only remaining medieval fortified river bridge in Great Britain.
  • Robin Hood Inn – Grade II listed public house dating to late mediaeval period.
  • Roman Fort – Blestium was a small fort and iron working centre.
  • Kings Head Hotel – Grade II listed building dating from 17th century.
  • Shire Hall – Grade 1 listed building dating from 1724.
  • Great Castle House – Grade 1 listed building
  • Market Hall – Grade II listed, early Victorian building.  Now the home of the Monmouth museum.
  • Monmouth Priory – Grade II listed building dating back to medieval period.
  • St Mary’s Priory Church – Grade II listed building.  Anglican church founded as a Benedictine priory in 1075.  Current building dates from 18th and 19th centuries.
  • Monmouth County Gaol.  Grade II listed building opened in 1790.
  • Rolls Hall – Grade II listed Victorian era hall.
  • Judges lodgings – Grade II listed building dating from 18th century.
  • The Dispensary – Georgian town house typical of many found in Monmouth.
  • Monmouth Methodist Church – Grade II listed building dating from 1837.
  • St Mary’s Roman Catholic church – Grade II listed church.  The earliest post-reformation Catholic public place of worship to be permitted in Wales.
  • Angel Hotel – Grade II listed public house. In continuous use from 1700 to 1985.
  • Savoy Theatre – Grade II listed building. Reputedly the oldest working theatre site in Wales.
  • The White Swan Inn – Grade II listed former coaching inn.
  • Agincourt House – Grade II listed early seventeenth century, half timbered building.
  • Beaufort Arms Hotel – Grade II listed former coaching inn dating from early 18th century.
  • Hyam’s Mineral Water Works – nineteenth century former mineral water works.
  • The Nelson Garden – Grade II listed nineteenth century garden.