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Fishing, Hiking, Cycling, Bikes available (free), Library
Food & Drink
WiFi is available in public areas and is free of charge.
Free private parking is possible on site (reservation is not needed).
Non-smoking rooms, Heating, Non-smoking throughout
16:00 - 23:00 hours
06:30 - 10:30 hours
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Children and extra beds
Children older than 5 years are welcome.
Children's cots/cribs are not available.
There is no capacity for extra beds in the room.
Pets are not allowed.
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Offering an la carte restaurant, The Castle Inn is located in Usk. It has free Wi-Fi access available throughout.
Score from 72 reviews Good
Dating back to 1180, this hotel was originally a Cistercian monastery. It has a fantastic à la carte restaurant, and is situated in secluded grounds in the historic town of Caerleon, on the River Usk....
Score from 300 reviews Very good
A haven of peace and tranquillity, this beautiful Victorian villa is ideally located in the lovely county of Monmouthshire, South Wales, overlooking the banks of the River Usk.
Score from 43 reviews Superb
In 50 acres of stunning grounds, this beautiful manor house combines charming original features and period detail with contemporary comforts and superb relaxation and spa facilities.
Score from 117 reviews Very good
Staff were very welcoming and the meal in the bar was very good. Breakfast was excellent.
Could hear the TV in the room next door.
We enjoyed two different and superb fish dishes in the restaurant, the chef clearly takes a pride in what she does.
The room was very clean and well stocked. The bedroom & bathroom, although quite snug, was well designed with space for cases and bathroom bags. Nice touch having an umbrella in the room. Breakfast was great and freshly prepared.
Room was quite small.
Our room was small but perfectly formed. The food was excellent, and speaking with the chef it was evident that she took a real pride in the dishes she prepared. The value for money was outstanding, and we will be back.
When vsiiting South Wales on business, it always seemed appropriate to stay ovenight in Swaansea or Port Talbot. However, it occurred to me that if I stayed in Usk, I'd have the benefit of pleasant and convenient location and, when I woke up, I'd already be well on my way back to Yorkshire! The Olway Arms is friendly, comfortable, well equipped and is only a mile or so from the main road between Monmouth and Newport. The atmosphere in the bar is great, the beer and food are both excellent, and the landlord is ever-willing to help.
Food to die for!
Friendly staff, nice atmosphere with excellent food. All made to order and definitely worth the wait.. Rooms extremely clean....shower room fantastic..
Worth remembering this hotel is part of a pub so if quiet early nights are what you are looking for this would not be the ideal location....
Nicola matt and the rest of the staff were very helpful nothing was too much will be visiting again soon
Felt welcome and well !looked after.
The closeness of Towel Rail to W.C
Very clean, very friendly
no response on request for early check in, closed at noon, size room/bathroom is small
A comfortable stay, excellent bar meal and breakfast. Very clean.
Access to bedrooms via outdoor metal staircase
Small double bed
Great hosts, good food, good atmosphere nothing was too much trouble.
We attended a wedding in the local golf club at the other side of the village on a Saturday. We had trouble with getting a taxi so we left the car there and the hotel staff very kindly dropped us back to collect it in the morning after cooking a top class breakfast! When we came in from the wedding that night the pub was lively and the lovely bar staff offered us a free drink!! Lovely traditional feel to the hotel and we would recommend it to anyone! Thanks Olway Inn!!
The availability of taxis. We were given two numbers by the hotel. Neither were available on a Saturday afternoon/Sunday morning. Adviseable to have your transport arranged in advance.
Extremely helpful staff who went out of their way to please. The Olway is off the main road in Usk with good parking facilities and a quiet country atmosphere. Very good and ample breakfast. Good evening meal - cooked to order!
Although wifi is available I could only use it for a limited time on arrival. Our telephones also were not able to get a signal. This may be because of the location and not the fault of the hotel.
Tea, coffe in the room. You can have a hot beverage without stepping out of the room. A jar with sweets was also a nice surprise.
The deafening sound while taking a shower coming out of the white shower box.
Silence , country side. Very nice.
The food was really good, all freshly cooked and even some home-grown vegetables. very reasonably priced for the quality. The owners made us very welcome. Our room was clean and cosy. A little more space would have been nice, but taking into account this is a small country inn we were not expecting the room to be very large.The location was good, not too far from the main roads, walking distance into the pretty town of Usk and convenient to exploring the scenic countryside and mountains. Would stay there again if we are that way.
Everybody was helpful and friendly and had a smile on their faces which is nice to see it makes you feel welcome. we would stay there again.
Attitude of staff and quality of food/service
Rooms a little noisy
Location is great - easy to get to and very peaceful. Breakfast very good indeed. Rooms quite small but very comfortable and lots of nice little touches to make them feel homely.
Wi-fi in rooms not great
Staying here one September night was one of the year's highlights for me - and I travel extensively across and around Europe and the UK. I arrived in the late evening, tired after a long journey and a heavy day, and was met with the friendliest of welcomes and one of the best pints of ale I've had for ages. I stayed for half an hour and read the paper in the bar and chatted with the owners, who, when I mentioned that I had left some of my toiletries elsewhere, immediately found me a toothbrush. Unlike many major chains, they wouldn't accept payment for it... They also offered to cook me something if I was hungry. My single room was immaculately clean and comfortable, with the nice touch of a jar of sweets for guests. The area is quiet and the hotel is situated on the outskirts of one of the most delightful villages in Wales, so I had a restful sleep, and my breakfast was perfect. These young people are making a superb job of what they do, and their hearts are clearly in their work. I would unreservedly recommend this to anyone who doesn't enjoy the impersonality of large hotels. If you want a commissionaire and 24-hour room service in a modern box, don't stay here. But if you want a genuine welcome in a comfortable, traditional hotel, with good ales and food, then don't miss it!
Location and quietness of lovely rural surroundings. Cleanliness of room and Inn. Friendliness of staff, Matt and Nicola are just great people.. Cuisine offered. Nicola's superb home cooking menu. Good selection of Ales etc at the bar. Nice restaurant eating area if one didn't want to eat in the bar.
Accommodation (incl Eng Bfst) is a bit pricey, as are the bar and restaurant menu's. We must not forget that this is a "Country Inn" and when compared to say "Court Coleman Manor", a beautiful Georgian Mansion set in it's own superb setting just outside Bridgend, is £10 cheaper per night if booked through "Living Social" + free bottle of wine when dining in at the restaurant (when booked at the same time) is not very competitive. Rooms also are twice the size of those at the Inn and facilities more refined. Not impressed with the Electric shower in the bathroom either.
Location and price
Outside access to rooms. Tired and slightly odd decor. Breakfast room very dark.
Access from our point of view was good, although it does involve going up an external staircase to the upper floor for bedrooms. Breakfast was very good and staff pleasant. Nothing was too much trouble.
Can't think of anything which was not good - but visitors do need to be aware of the access into the bedroom area.
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