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The Priory is nestled within the historic town of Caerleon on the River Usk. Dating back to 1180, this hotel was originally a Cistercian monastery. Beautiful setting , friendly people and staff and the rooms were excellent. Food in the restaurant also great !!
With 125 air-conditioned bedrooms, Holiday Inn Express Newport is a modern hotel, offering ample free private parking and free WiFi throughout. Staff very friendly and helpful Matress very comfortable
This historic country inn has delicious food and luxury rooms. It is within a few km of the famous Celtic Manor Resort, home of the 2010 Ryder Cup. The Old Barn Inn dates back to the early 1750s. We were surprised with just how large our room was. The bed was wonderfully comfortable. The bathroom was also very large with a walk in wet room shower. All the staff were friendly. We had a great stay and would certainly return!
Set in over 7 acres of gardens, Parkway Hotel & Spa in Cwmbran boasts a leisure club with a 15-metre swimming pool, sauna and spa bath. There is also a restaurant and lounge with a real log fire. The food was excellent and the staff very friendly and helpful
Coldra Court Hotel by Celtic Manor is located in Langstone just off the M4, on the outskirts of the city of Newport. Very attentive and client-oriented staff. Due to mistake in corporate booking, I had to urgently book a number of non-refundable rooms for my colleagues and myself in parallel, with my credit card. Hotel reception resolved the issue and credited my charge back in a matter of days!
Offering a leisure suite complete with fitness suite and indoor pool, Holiday Inn Newport is situated in Newport, just off junction 24 of the M4. Excellent clean room and staff very helpful and friendly and breakfast 1st class
This hotel in Newport has been booked 390 times
This hotel in Newport has been booked 1169 times
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Found Newport city very easy to get around, There is a fantastic regular bus system to take you in any direction you might want to go. There are plenty nice restaurants but we dined at The Harvester in Malpas quite a lot. The staff there are brilliant. There are a lot of churches in Newport if that's your thing. St Woolos Cathedral is especially historical. If it's shopping you want then there's plenty of shops to choose from.
Small city by UK standards but big enough for a staging post if you are travelling across the the UK. Shops are good and plenty of variety to eat during the day but at night I had the impression that there was only pub food available (apart from the odd take away). Not currently living in the UK I took advantage of a workman's recommendation for a fish and chip shop. It was a good one - next to the bus station! Not really a place to wander round at night (too small and little interest) but good access to the touristic areas of South Wales and easy to access if you want to avoid a big city like Cardiff (which I like!)
I am a proud Newportonian, born in Baneswell 1949, I am older, and my husband born 1939 visit my family in Newport and surrounding areas. He is from Jersey C.I., but he loves Newport, for itself, Its Market is a gem, for old records, plus lovely flower stalls, plus quality fruit & veg, even clothing. Although altered so much, Friars Walk ( so named because of the Monastery, wall and brief history on plaque) has replaced, the well loved John Frost square. We have visits twice a year and like to stay in our own space. My one great sadness are homeless people and their dogs, I have spoken to many, in tents, in doorways, in need, "Come on Town Councillers. and City Planners, Pull your finger out !! " In your quest for greatness as a City, do not forget your humanity, you could do a lot better, and set an example to others, look after your own!! It is upsetting for visitors and Newportonians alike. My family take us all over and we eat out or at their houses, it would be hard to recommend just one place, but Abergavenny ,is great for the Markets on Tuesdays and eating out. Also Caerleon is a really great place of interest for its Roman History, and beautiful view of the river in summer, especially, we love eating at the Hanbury Arms, always so friendly and welcoming, full of historic Pictures, where Alfred Lord Tenyson stayed for a while on his travels. We always look forward to our visits, and hope to do so for many years to come.
The locals are very friendly and welcoming, even more so when they realise you are travelling alone. Caerleon was beautiful and the Roman Baths, Barracks and Amphitheatre are very well maintained. Staff and fans at Rodney Parade were wonderful!
The fairly new shopping centre is a good addition to the town . I remember the rather depressing atmosphere of the old centre. The arrival of the gyms I made use of in the centre and found I was able to use while staying the nine or ten days in the town .Meal in Lilo restaurant. Did not enjoy it. Overpriced.
Our visit to Newport was to the reference library for family history research. There are plenty of carparks within walking distance of the shops & restaurants. Shops & restaurants are around a central plaza which has outside seating. There are independent cafes in side streets. Pleasant walks along the river.
9.0 Superb 556 reviews
The hotel is in a lovely quiet location but not to far from the city of Cardiff and the town of Newport both in easy driving distances The breakfasts were amazing the food in the restaurant at night lovely and tasty and very plentiful The staff are wonderful and friendly nothing is too much trouble The rooms are spacious and have everything you could possibly need Bravo I’d say well done to you all you have an awesome hotel & restaurant We can’t wait to return for a longer stay
8.4 Very good 253 reviews
The hotel manager was very nice - was able to accommodate our late arrival (with prior notice from our side of course), cooked himself a wonderful breakfast for us and introduced us to Wales with an insightful chat over breakfast. The location is convenient, on a quiet street c10-15 min from the train station by walk. It was a bit chilly in the room once we arrived but got fine at night. Would stay there again.
8.1 Very good 612 reviews
Rooms are spacious but outside of building and communal areas are dated. About 10mins in taxi to Newport station costing around £10 in a taxi. Hotel food at bar after hours was very pricey paid over £10 for a supermarket oven cooked pizza.. and around £25 for 4 beers and brownie on arrival to celebrate my partners birthday. Definitely not the best value for money but was comfy and we slept well.
8.6 Fabulous 2,257 reviews
The staff at this location were better than other places I have stayed in and did the best they could given the condition of the hotel and the constraints clearly put on them by their management. The hard working staff was the only saving grace of this facility.
7.7 Good 2,416 reviews
I booked the hotel IBIS-Newport Wales for £ 105-00 but was charged £ 126.00 I checked out 1 day early and confirmed by email twice before the cut-off at 14.00 but was not credited any money for this day Booking date 6th March to 9th March 2017
9.1 Superb 268 reviews
The staff was very friendly and accommodating. The full English breakfast was delicious and the location of the hotel to the M4 was great. Close, but not too close to hear traffic. The hanging flower baskets were very beautiful.
9.0 Superb 1,105 reviews
The gardens were beautiful and the gardener who was maintaining the facilities was great. Walking around the hotel had a lot of history and charm with good places to grab a sandwich and coffee or a beer across the street.
7.1 Good 234 reviews
Location in and out of Newport, city center 10 mins walk away. Staff very helpful, room had recently be renovated, and very clean, would stay again, very good value for money.
8.2 Very good 743 reviews
Manor house is practically in the same hotel as the main resort and cheaper. Also its quite and full access to the gym and spa.
9.0 Superb 1,823 reviews
Parking good. Hotel very clean throughout. Staff friendly and helpful. Breakfast, good choice and plenty of it.
7.2 Good 549 reviews
Good location for attending Newport County away. Pleasant and sleepy. Calm and restful. Decent breakfast too.
7.9 Good 1,331 reviews
The staff were excellent, particularly Cathy the hotel manager who was very helpful and welcoming.
7.2 Good 236 reviews
Only reasonably priced room available in Newport at the time.
8.8 Fabulous 1,153 reviews
Hospitality of Parkway Hotel and Spa
8.2 Very good 498 reviews
The reason why we initially booked this Hotel, was the parking and the proximity to my place of work. When we got there, and we checked in, we were pleasantly surprised! 1) It was a very gorgeous Guest House, availing of free private parking. 2) Upon check-in, we were welcomed in a most professional and warm fashion and we were given the best room of the property. Staff is lovely and very professional. 3) The Hotel was very close to a bus stop and was surrounded by many local shops, including a Sainsbury's. 4) The tube was quite close, and when we walked back to the hotel after midnight, we realised that the area is very safe, clean and peaceful. 5) The room itself was very comfortable, and made a very sapient use of all spaces. The bathroom was very modern and designed in a very clever mode. 6) Both our room, and the entire hotel met all safety measures. 7) We were provided with all amenities: safety box, free internet, coffee maker, hair dryer and free toiletries. 8) And finally the breakfast! That was the real surprise! it was a full continental Breakfast and served in a very clean and bright room, overlooking a garden. Believe it or not, the breakfast was in many terms richer and more tasty than the one we were served in Hiltons in Bristol! Thank you for your great hospitality, we will definitely return!
8.6 Fabulous 2,546 reviews
Wonderful view, wonderful hotel, wonderful staff. The restaurants are fabulous, the spa is relaxing and the Gin at the Mulberry is outstanding. Brilliant long weekend!
8.4 Very good 495 reviews
Good clean premises ... easy to find location ... good food ... excellent friendly hosts ... recommended
8.6 Fabulous 696 reviews
Plenty of parking , comfortable room ,very good shower , helpful staff.
7.0 Good 258 reviews
The friendly atmosphere very good