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Raglan (Welsh: Rhaglan) is an historic village in Monmouthshire, situated some nine miles south-west of Monmouth, midway between Monmouth and Abergavenny. The fame of the village derives from its castle, Raglan Castle, a magnificant 15th century ruin.

St. Cadoc's is a substantial mediaeval church, extensively restored in the 19th century by Thomas Henry Wyatt. It houses some, much-defaced, tombs of the Lords of Raglan. The base of a fine pilgrim's cross can be seen in the churchyard.

The village was an important throughfare in the 18th and 19th centuries, which explains its three substantial inns, The Beaufort Arms, The Ship and The Crown.


 Golf in Raglan:
 Raglan Parc Golf Club
       Parc Lodge
       Raglan
       Monmouthshire
       NP15 2ER
 01291 690077


 Pubs/Bars in Raglan:
 The Cripple Creek Inn
       Old Abergavenny Road
       Raglan
       Gwent
       NP15 2AA
 01291 690256

 Crown Inn
       Usk Road
       Raglan
       Gwent
       NP15 2EB
 01291 690232

 The Ship Inn
       High St
       Raglan
       Usk
       Gwent
       NP15 2DY
 01291 690635


 Pubs/Bars in Raglan:
 The Cripple Creek Inn
       Old Abergavenny Road
       Raglan
       Gwent
       NP15 2AA
 01291 690256

 Crown Inn
       Usk Road
       Raglan
       Gwent
       NP15 2EB
 01291 690232

 The Ship Inn
       High St
       Raglan
       Usk
       Gwent
       NP15 2DY
 01291 690635


 Hotels in Raglan:
 The Beaufort Arms Hotel
       High Street
       Raglan
       Usk
       Gwent
       NP15 2DY
 01291 690412


 B&B's/Guesthouses in Raglan
 Harvest Home
       The Hill
       Bryngwyn
       Raglan
       Usk
       Gwent
       NP15 2JH
 01291 690007


 Take Aways in Raglan:
 Frydays
       High Street
       Raglan
       Usk
       Gwent
       NP15 2DY
 01291 690661



 

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