Newport is the third largest settlement in Wales and sits on the banks of the River Usk. Find a Newport hotel or b&b for visiting Caerleon Roman Fortress, Beechwood Park and Tredegar House. The docks in Newport played a central role in the country's coal mining industry, using the canals ands rivers to supply coal to the rest of the world.
18-22 Bridge Street Newport Newport NP20 4AN
This is a lively but affordable prospect, and likely to suit guests looking to take advantage of the buzzing nightlife on offer. The hotel-come-pub-come-restaurant enjoys a terrific location in Newport city centre just a couple of minutes walk from the train station minutes walk from the main train station in the Queensway area, just up from the River front. Bear in mind that the hotel sits next to a Lloyds No.1 bar which can get a bit giddy in the evenings. The noise can mostly be hard during b ...
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|Name||Miles||Region||Rooms||Type ?||Type ?|
|Manor House Hotel||4||Usk Valley||69||74.00|
|Gliffaes Country House Hotel||28||Llangynidr||23||127.50|
|Holiday Inn Express||2.9||Newport||125||44.00|
|Maes Manor Country Hotel||14.4||Blackwood||28||75.00|
|Hazel Court Guest House||5.9||Llanwern||6||60.00|
|At Home in the City||1.8||Casnewydd||1||68.00|
|New Inn By Good Night Inns||6||Newport||35||30.00|
|Roman Lodge Hotel||5||Newport||15||40.00|
|Premier Inn (East) Castleton||5.1||Castleton||49||46.00|
|Waterloo Hotel and Bistro||1.3||Newport||21||35.00|
|Ibis Budget Newport||1.9||Torfaen||103||33.00|
|Glen-Yr-Afon House Hotel||14.2||Newport||27||120.00|
The Newport Wetlands Reserve is home to a staggering variety of wildlife and enjoys some stunning views of the Severn Estuary, making any of these hotels in Newport a great base for twitchers and lightouse lovers alike. The RSPB site even has a children's play area and cafe.
If you're looking to add a tasty gourmet dimension to your stay in Newport, then spare a thought for The Waterloo Hotel & Bistro on Alexdra Road. The hotel/restaurant enjoys easy access to the M4 and can be found at the heart of the town's regeneration area. It's a handsome propostion with heaps of period character inbcluding the tall Victorian ceilings and lavish four-poster beds. Each of the 21 bedrooms are tastefully decorated with all the usual mod-cons.
This is an excellent Bistro hotel and the proud winner of Metro Magazine's 'Restaurant of the Year' award in 2007. The bar itself is something else - a masterpiece of late mid-Victorian design. The Waterloo provides a fully equipped conference room for up to 40 people, and wireless internet facilities. Extended descriptions and hotel reviews from previous Room4U guests can also be found on the booking pages, helping you make an informed choice of Newport hotels and cheap B&B breaks.