B4347 road is a road in Monmouthshire, south-eastern Wales, and crosses the border into Herefordshire, England. The road begins at 51°49′38″N 2°45′0″W / 51.82722°N 2.75000°W in Rockfield, to the northwest of Monmouth as a continuation of the B4233 road. It passes through the village of Skenfrith. The road ends at the junction with the B4348 road to the west of Kingstone, Herefordshire at 52°1′25″N 2°55′21″W / 52.02361°N 2.92250°W. The road crosses the River Monnow. In its upper part the road and the B4348 is known as Golden Valley Road. Numerous notable landmarks lie along the road including Hilston Park, Grosmont Castle and Dore Abbey.