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62 Maryport Street, Usk, NP15 1AD, United Kingdom – Show map
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Food & Drink
Restaurant, Bar, Breakfast in the Room, Restaurant With Dining Menu, Special Diet Meals (upon request)
Free public parking is available at a location nearby (reservation is not needed).
Room Service, Packed Lunches, Baggage Storage, Shared Lounge/TV Area, Daily Housekeeping
Non-smoking Rooms, Soundproof Rooms, Heating, Hypoallergenic room available, All Spaces Non-Smoking (public and private), Designated Smoking Area
3:00 PM - 11:00 PM
Until 10:30 AM
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Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
There is no capacity for extra beds in the room.
Pets are not allowed.
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Based on 12 reviews
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Close to the river in beautiful Usk, The Three Salmons Hotel offers traditional charm, friendly service and good local food including freshly baked bread and home-grown vegetables.
Score from 130 reviews Very good
Offering an la carte restaurant, The Castle Inn is located in Usk. It has free Wi-Fi access available throughout.
Score from 68 reviews Good
Surrounded by beautiful Gwent countryside, the Olway Inn overlooks a pretty trout stream, and is a 10-minute walk from central Usk. The inn features a traditional restaurant and leafy beer garden.
Score from 176 reviews Excellent
With 9 acres of grounds on the Welsh Borders, this elegant country house features a modern health club and Fairtrade coffee shop.
Score from 243 reviews Very good
lovely friendly coutry pub. Good food & facilities, lovely room
there wasn't anything
The slightly out-of-town-centre location on a quiet road in an historic building. The welcome of the staff. The pleasant en suite room and comfy bed. A fine range of real ales and cider. An unpretentious pub/hotel which has only recently reopened after two years' closure and under new owners, with further work apparently to be done. Our visit was brief (a family reunion) and we didn't get the chance to sample the menu, or the beer this time. Epic scrambled eggs though!
Great establishment. Excellent beers and cider. Peaceful garden. Bedrooms are being refurbished, ours was to a very high standard. Great breakfast, freshly cooked. Not a slick, posh hotel, just a very friendly and pleasant inn.
Very welcoming and nothing too much bother.
Pleasant staff and all I wanted on my birthday couple of pints of scrumpy nice food and a good night sleep bed was lush nice breakfast to will do again
We originally planned to stay in, or very close to, Chepstow but there was a special event in the area that would have meant moving part way through our stay. To avoid that inconvenience we expanded our search area and chanced upon the New Court in Usk which was able to accommodate us for the required 11 nights. The hotel is situated centrally in a generally quiet area about 500 yards from the main road running through the town. The room was not particularly large (constrained by the building's age and listed status) but big enough to be comfortable and to contain a large and comfortable bed: we slept very well. Storage space was a bit limited for a stay of eleven nights but would be more than enough for shorter stays. (The hotel offers (free) facilities for storage of suitcases but we didn't bother and managed well enough with cases in the room). The recently refurbished en-suite shower room was excellently tiled and well fitted with non-slip flooring, modern sanitaryware, an excellent shower, shelf space and illuminated mirror for make-up/shaving. On several days we took the (included) hotel breakfast which offered a variety of cereals, "full English" and fresh fruit. On a number of occasions we appeared later than the specified times but the staff cheerfully provided the normal fare. We also dined in the restaurant several times and the food was generally of excellent quality and well cooked. On the one occasion we felt a dish was sub-standard (over-cooked and dry fried fish) the problem was swiftly and satisfactorily resolved. On other occasions the fish was excellent. The pub bars offer a wide range of real ales and ciders along with all the usual spirits and all at reasonable prices.
Nothing to dislike. Our only whinge was the quality of one fish meal (see above) and that complaint was rapidly dealt with to our complete satisfaction. Everything else was very good.
The bed and linens are truly wonderful. The new shower room is impressive but is an accident waiting to happen with two steps up and down to get to the shower. The towel rail acts like a grab rail and consequently was loose. The food was very good.
The lack of attention to detail. On my welcome tray was the usual facilities but one packet of biscuits had already been opened and one biscuit missing.The tray needed wiping. There is a steel holder for toilet rolls which was incredibly dusty. The food is very good but we could not have fish because the freezer had broken down. The first morning there was no milk so the chef had to go to the shop! Meanwhile i just looked at my cereal for half an hour until he was back. No yogurt nor brown bread appeared at all but was on the menu.Fruit was on offer but sat languishing in a bowl on top of a china cabinet. Unappetising. Butter or I am sure it was a type of 'spread' was served in a cup as was the sugar. The second morning the same cup of spread appeared but by now it was all smeared around the cup. The toaster flex does not reach the socket so a roll of extension is required. This sat on a chair. As I said the staff are exceedingly good and friendly but in the garden I ordered a glass of wine and my cousin ordered a pot of tea. We waited until the young waiter had finished his cigarette before he brought these to us. Access to the bedrooms is under review I understand but while I was there I had to go upstairs via the kitchen area. As I was travelling alone I paid the room rate which for two nights was £138.00. There are currently two rooms with three more being renovated. The room I was in is very small and the king size bed took up most of the floor space. I am not sure what market the proprietor is targeting. The staff need guidance to do better - much better! They are a wonderful team but appeared to be making it up as they went along.
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