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Trip Advisor/Flipkey Top Vacation Rental Award 2011 Trip Advisor Excellence Award  2014 WINNERS of the Best Place to Stay in Wales (small Self Catering category) with Tintern Abbey Cottage Croeso Cynnes Cymreig - a warm Welsh Welcome hospitality award. 2014 Trip Advisor Excellence award We are proud to be trained Monmouthshire Ambassadors ! Gold Award Winner Best Visitor Welcome 2015 National Tourism Awards Wales World Host Accredited business Monmouthshire Business Awards   2015 and 2016 . 2 years running Winner of Best Travel Tourism and Hospitality  Business . Also runner up in Best Green Business . Both against much larger organisations! Winners of  the Foresters Best Eco Business  Award  2016 Proud to have won the Spotlight Awards Best Family Business title 2017

National Eisteddfod crown reflects Tintern Abbey

The National Eisteddfod opens in Abergavenny today. The greatest prize awarded is the bardic crown and this year it has been designed to reflect images of Monmouthshire within the great window of Tintern Abbey

The National Eisteddfod of Wales opens today in Abergavenny and the county is full of excitement.

An Usk jeweller has been commissioned to design and create the bardic crown for the National Eisteddfod of Wales.

Deborah Edwards  has created the crown, which is specially designed each year and is awarded to the winning entrant in the competition for free verse poetry (Pryddest)

The jeweller  who works near Usk, said: : “As a Welsh jeweller, I feel very honoured to be chosen to make the crown, especially as the Eisteddfod is coming to my home county of Monmouthshire.”

“It has been a challenge, but one that I am relishing. I am determined to make a crown fit for a royalty.”

Around 150,000 visitors are expected to visit this year's festival at Castle Meadows in Abergavenny between July 29 and August 6.

National Eisteddfod crown reflects Tintern Abbey

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