Goytre Wharf is a 200-year-old industrial heritage site on the Monmouthshire and Brecon Canal near Abergavenny. The site still has some magnificent lime kilns and is now a visitor attraction next to the beautiful Mon & Brec Canal.
The centre has plenty to offer including a café, events, boat hire, walking trails and children’s activities. The area around the centre has canalside and woodland walks, lots of wildlife to see and information on the area, canal and historic lime kilns.
Canoes and narrowboats are available to hire by the hour, day and longer. www.redlineboats.co.uk
Cycling – The site is adjacent to national cycleway 49
Café – The café also has a small meeting room available – 01873 880899
Visiting Goytre Wharf
How to get there – The centre is signposted off the A4042 between Penperlleni and Llanover
Nearest town or village – Penperlleni, Llanover
Facilities – Gift shop, Café & Coffee bar, marina with full boatyard services.
Accommodation – Aqueduct cottage a charming grade 2 listed 2 bed holiday is available on the site. www.abcholidaycottages.com
Parking – There is a large compacted stone-dust car park
Toilets – Available at the cafe, with disabled access
Accessibility – There are short walks suitable for wheelchairs and buggies
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