The 36 one and two bed apartments on this development are spacious, with double glazing throughout, a built in Sky TV socket and telephone line. All ground floor apartments benefit from patio doors. This is a very friendly and inclusive community and access to activities include friendship club, rambler clubs, and day trips, keep fit and dance clubs. The estate is also within a short walk of several churches of various denominations and a mobile library visits on a regular basis.
A professional on-site manager looks after buildings and grounds maintenance and repairs, as well as helping you to access further help and support if you need it. Situated a short walk from the high street of the town there is a good range of shops from high street chains to craft shops, department store, bookshop and pharmacy. There are also two GP surgeries within a 10 minute walk of the estate, along with chiropodists and hairdressers.
Abergavenny is a market town in Monmouthshire, Wales. The Cibi Walk arcade, completed in 1992, contains a selection of the usual high-street shops.. Elsewhere in the town are many smaller shops and selection of coffee houses, cafes and restaurants. Various markets are held in the Market Hall throughout the week.
Leisure and the outdoors
Abergavenny's leisure centre has a large heated swimming pool, a sports hall, a gym and a sauna. There is a cinema and two theatres. Annually, the town is host to a carnival, cycle race, food fair, steam rally, jazz festival and Christmas fair.
Abergavenny provides an ideal base for exploring the Brecon Beacons on foot. A short walk from the town centre takes you into the countryside; longer walks could take you to the top of one of several mountains overlooking Abergavenny.
The River Usk is widely renowned as one of the best salmon rivers in Wales. You can also find anglers trying their luck along the Monmouthshire and Brecon canal. Abergavenny has three golf courses offering a wide variety of challenges and activities.
Location and transport links
Abergavenny is located 15 miles west of Monmouth on the A40, six miles from the English border. The railway station operates services to Cardiff Central, Manchester Piccadilly, Milford Haven, Tenby and Holyhead. Local buses run to Newport, Merthyr Tydfil, Brecon and Hereford.
The ‘Beacons Bus’ allows your bike to be transported on an attached trailer to various points along the Brecon Beacons, whereby you can hop on and off between cycles, at your leisure.
Distance to GP: 0.17 miles
Distance to shop: 0.17 miles
Distance to bus stop: 0.05 miles
Distance to Post Office: 0.5 miles