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Carey A secluded rural village, near the River Wye.
Its picturesque, timber-framed, thatched inn, The Cottage of Content, dates from the 15 Century.
Devauden Near the village of Devauden, Chepstow Park Wood, owned by the Forestry Commission, provides good walking opportunities.
John Wesley preached his first sermon in Wales in 1739 at the foot of Devauden Hill and the area was the scene of a battle in 743 when the Welsh were slaughtered by the Saxon kings Ethelbald of Mercia and Cuthred of Wessex.
Llandogo was once an important river port, and its pub, The Sloop Inn, owes its name to this.
Flat-bottomed barges known as trows, which worked the river between here and Bristol, gave name to the 17th Century Llandoger Trow, a public house near the city’s harbour.
Not even the famous Lower Lydbrook Viaduct remains which enabled the Severn and Wye Railway to connect with the Ross and Monmouth Railway.
Mitchel Troy Mitchel Troy is sandwiched between the River Trothy to the north and the Wye to the east, and the site of The Glen Trothy caravan and campsite.
The church of St Michael was built in the early thirteenth century and is approached through an arched lych gate.
Hoarwithy has an old pub the New Harp Inn Holme Lacy The site of Holme Lacy College, Herefordshire’s Agricultural College, and Holme Lacy House (now a hotel), seat of the Scudamore family for centuries.
Holme Lacy Estate is a working organic farm, and its woodlands and medieval deer park are now being managed for their exceptional wildlife interest.
This impressive Arts and Crafts building houses tapestries by Burne Jones.