Monmouth Pub walk.  Length 0.6 miles.  Walking time 15min.

Monmouth  is a traditional county town in Monmouthshire, Wales. It is situated where the River Monnow meets the River Wye, within 2 miles  of the border with England.
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Old Nags Head MonmouthStart at the Old Nags Head. Granville St, Monmouth,  NP25 3DR. Opens noon  daily.
The pub has regular live music. Free wifi.
The Old Nag's Head  is a nineteenth-century public house, with medieval origins, which incorporates a "stone drum tower of the town defences constructed between 1297 and c.1315. The tower is the only upstanding remains of the town walls of Monmouth.
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http://www.sabrain.com/old-nags-head

Cross the road and walk past the statue in St James Square into Whitecross Street. At the Church bear left along Whitecross Street to where it meets St Marys Street. Keep straight on down the pedestrian shopping street, passing the Savoy Theatre and at the end, turn left and walk round to the Punch House.


The Punch House

Punch House Monmouth

Agincourt Square, Monmouth, Monmouthshire, NP25 3BT. Open 11am daily.
Free Wifi. Newly refurbished, the pub offers the Brains range of ales and good food. Free wifi

http://www.sabrain.com/punchhouse

The Kings Head is on the opposite side of Agincourt Square.





Kings Head, MonmouthNext is Kings Head
8 Agincourt Square  NP25 3DY.   Opens 7am daily

A rather nice Wetherspoon Lodge with an outdoor area at the back and several rooms and levels. A good range of ales, some local and good keenly priced food.
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http://www.jdwetherspoon.co.uk/home/hotels/the-kings-head

Turn left out of the Kings Head and left again down Monnow street. The Robin Hood is at the bottom of the street, on the left




The Robin Hood

Robin Hood, Monmouth

The Robin Hood Inn, Nos. 124 and 126, Monnow Street, Monmouth, opens 11am daily.
The Robin Hood Inn building has late medieval origins. It is constructed in stone, with a wide, fifteenth century four-centre doorway and is a rare medieval survival in Monmouth.

A Family-friendly pub  with a warm atmosphere and a big beer garden with a children's play area. Click the picture for the gallery and to comment.

Enter the Monnow Bridge across the road and the Gate House is on your right.


Gate House, Monmouth


The Gate House

125 Monnow St, Monmouth,  NP25 3EG   open 11am daily
The building was established as a public house by 1812, when a women's friendly society met in the building once a month. The women paid small amounts into a fund which they then withdrew in times of being unable to work due to childbirth, sickness, accidents or old age. Previously known as the Barley Mow.
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http://www.the-gate-house.com/

Continue across the Monnow Bridge to the Green Dragon.

The Green Dragon

Green Dragon, Monmouth

St Thomas Square, Monmouth, Gwent, NP25 5ES Open 11am daily
The pub is the oldest surviving pub in the Overmonnow area and established on a site of archaeological interest. It was established as an inn before 1801 when the keys for St Thomas Church were kept there. Open 11am mon-sat, noon on Sunday.
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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Green_Dragon,_Monmouth

If you would like another visit, the Three Horseshoes is on the opposite side of the road, a little further along.



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