We are an established hotel offering a warm welcoming atmosphere. The current owners Mark and Jayne Chapman took over in February 2013, after Mark managed the business for the previous owners for 26years. The hotel has an excellent reputation for good cuisine and quality accommodation. Situated in a semi rural location, with outstanding views. We have a childrens play area with patio and beer garden. There is ample free parking on site, including space for larger vehicles.
Newport (Welsh: Casnewydd) is the third-largest city in Wales (after Cardiff and Swansea). Standing on the banks of the River Usk, it is the cultural capital and largest urban area of the traditionalcounty of Monmouthshire and governed by the unitary Newport City Council. The population of the Newport urban area is in excess of 160,000 inhabitants est.
Built in the 1870's, the grade 2 listed Waterloo Hotel, former docks pub (and brothel), makes a welcome change from the usual plain chain hotels. Following a luxury refurbishment in 2007, yet stillretaining all of its original features, the hotel now boasts 1st class comfort with 21 Wi-Fi enabled luxury en-suite bedrooms complemented by a Metro Newspaper, best restaurant of the year serving the very best modern and traditional cuisine.
The Victoria Hotel has been operational for four years now and we have had just short of 6,000 guests stay with us. We have a great location in Newport, just eight minutes on foot will see you in theCity centre. From there, there are regualr train and bus services to Cardiff, Barry, Bristol and other tourist/working destinations. There is plenty to do in the area and we will be adding a "What's On" and "Where To Visit" section shortly to The Victoria Hotel website.
The Bull Inn, at that time, used to be the monks' kitchen. When the monks moved on, the Priory later became a Nunnery, private residence and since 1996, this beautiful building and its secludedgrounds have been home to the Priory Hotel and Restaurant.
Our award winning South Wales wedding venue hotel offers relaxation and a high level of personal service and attention, all in a rural location in the lovely county of Monmouthshire overlooking thebanks of the River Usk. 2014 marked our 40th anniversary - the business opened its doors in March 1974.
The Old Barn Inn dates back to the early 1750's and has its own delightful rustic heritage and charm. Located within a few miles of the famous 'Celtic Manor Resort', home of the 2010 Ryder Cup, it's aperfect base for our guests to share in the local history; giving you the opportunity to create your own memories of South Wales.