Landmark Hill topped by two Georgian Buildings
The Kymin has been used as a picnic spot for over 200 years. It's a great place to sit and admire the spectacular views across Monmouth.
The Naval Temple was built by public subscription in 1800. It's set atop a hill with commanding views of Monmouth and the surrounding countryside.
Visit the Round House, a circular Georgian banqueting house built in 1794 by local gentry for use as a small, private dining club. Lord Nelson and Sir and Lady Hamilton had breakfast here in 1802.
Please note: a small fee is charged for entry to The Round House.
Grounds open daily 7-9 Round House open 29 Mar-27 Oct, Wed/Sat/Sun.