Nant-y-derry

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Nant-y-derry (Welsh: Nant-y-deri) is a village in the county of Monmouthshire, Wales, located six miles south east of Abergavenny and four miles northwest of Usk.

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The River Usk flows close by and the area is a rural agricultural part of the county.

Nantyderry's Georgian manor house is the home of the Foxhunter stud. The Foxhunter Inn, a local pub, is named in honour of Harry Llewellyn's famous horse, Foxhunter.

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Coordinates: 51°44′59″N 2°58′11″W / 51.74972°N 2.96972°W / 51.74972; -2.96972