Llandenny is in central Monmouthshire, midway between Usk and Raglan. With close access to the A40 and A449 trunk roads, communications are excellent and it is a perfect location for enjoying recreational activities nearby such as walking, hiking, tennis etc.
The centre of the village is dominated by the Church of St John. It is a twelfth century Grade 1 listed building built in a perpendicular style. Still used for regular services and is the church for the Parish of Llandenny.
The village offers a few local amenities for those that want to stay and enjoy the area. In the centre of the village is the Raglan Arms public house which offers a quiet location to enjoy a meal or just a drink.
Llandenny Parish Hall is the former Village School and is situated in the middle of the Village, less than 100 metres from the Raglan Arms.
The Hall has been refurbished and has all the facilities needed for family celebrations, children’s parties, fund raising events, education classes etc.
There is an active Women's Institute group who meet regularly and further details can be found on this website.
There are a few accommodation options in the village which cater for families or couples.
The village history has been well documented and can be found in the archive files.