• The Estate

    Living & Working on the Llanover Estate

The Brecon Beacons on Your Doorstep

The Coldbrook and Llanover Estate lies in the beautiful Usk Valley near the market town of Abergavenny, home of the Abergavenny Food Festival.  Access to the Brecon Beacons National Park and the Black Mountains including well known peaks such as Pen y fan, Sugar Loaf and Table Mountain with their Bridleways, footpaths and cycle routes is easy.  There are plenty of walking opportunities on the Estate either besides the Monmouthshire & Brecon Canal or on the Usk Valley Walk or on any of the signposted national footpaths which cross the Estate.

Super Access and Broadband too!

Most of the properties are conveniently close to the A4042, Abergavenny to Newport road. The M4, A40(T) and A449 dual carriageways are all within 10 - 25 minutes drive from Llanover. Newport is a main line train station, and Abergavenny only 5 miles away is a branch line with good services North to Crewe, or South to Cardiff.

Commercial Lettings


Business Hub

Excellent Facilities

Coldbrook and Llanover Estate benefits from its close proximity to Abergavenny, with its schools, cinema, shops and market.

Llanover Day Nursery is based in the centre of the village overlooking the Memorial Grounds and play area. There are primary schools in Abergavenny, Goytre and Llanfoist and secondary schools in Abergavenny, Crickhowell and Pontypool. More detailed information about education in Monmouthshire can be found here.

Haberdashers Monmouth Schools and Hereford Cathedral School offer a full range of private education options.

Llanover School


The ownership of the Estate has been in the same family since in 1792.  Just over two hundred years ago, the future Lady Llanover was born at Llanover, where she lived all her life, marrying Benjamin Hall.  He was a very successful  politician and is famously known for his name being given to the famous bell known as 'Big Ben' in the clock tower of the Houses of Parliament.

Since the 18th century, the Estate has remained with their respective descendants who have followed the overriding strategy of conservation of the land, properties  and woodland.

Lady Llanover