PUBS in Wales were given the go-ahead to open their doors on Monday, following months of uncertainty during lockdown.

While the surge in demand for a pint at locals across Monmouthshire might not have been as severe as was seen across the border, many have decided to wait until this weekend before venturing out for a long-awaited tipple.

With that in mind, we have compiled a list of the pubs in Monmouthshire which will be opening their doors to punters this weekend.

Is your local on the list? Find out below:

Abergavenny area

  • Portico Lounge, Abergavenny
  • Greyhound Vaults, Abergavenny
  • Auberge, Abergavenny
  • Kings Arms Hotel, Abergavenny
  • Clytha Arms, Abergavenny
  • Crown and Sceptre, Abergavenny
  • Hardwick, Abergavenny
  • Hogs Head, Abergavenny
  • Jolly Colliers, Abergavenny
  • Old Pandy Inn, Abergavenny
  • Skirrid Mountain Inn, Abergavenny
  • Towpath Inn, Gilwern
  • Bridge Inn, Llanfoist
  • Foxhunter, Nant-y-derry
  • Crown, Pantygelli

Caldicot area

  • Castle Inn, Caldicot
  • The Cellar, Caldicot
  • Measure Inn, Caldicot
  • Sawyers, Magor
  • Rock and Fountain Inn, Penhow
  • Portskewett Inn, Portskewett

Chepstow area

  • Anchor Inn, Tintern
  • Beaufort Hotel, Chepstow
  • Boat Inn, Chepstow
  • Five Alls, Chepstow
  • Millers Arms, Chepstow
  • Three Tuns, Chepstow
  • Tredegar Arms, Shirenewton
  • Village Inn, Sedbury

Monmouth area

  • The Boat Inn, Penallt
  • The Green Dragon, Monmouth
  • The Lion Inn, Trellech
  • Riverside Hotel, Monmouth
  • The Robin Hood, Monmouth
  • Royal Oak, Monmouth
  • The Sloop Inn, Llandogo
  • Somerset Arms, Dingestow

Usk area

  • The Beaufort, Raglan
  • The Cripple Creek Inn, Raglan
  • The Cross Keys Inn, Usk
  • The Glascoed Pub, Monkswood
  • The Greyhound Inn, Llantrisant
  • The Olway Inn, Usk
  • Three Salmons Hotel, Usk

Magor area

  • The Wheatsheaf

We have endeavoured to be thorough with this round-up, but if we have missed you, please let us know.