TinternCopyright Philip Halling

Tintern is a beautiful little settlement in a bend of the Wye River that here forms the border with England, its most famous site of course the huge ruined abbey, the church of which still gives a very good idea of the abbey’s original magnificence... Read More

Hotels in Tintern - 7 places to stay

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Royal George Hotel

This charming 16th century Inn is located on the A466 just 4 miles from Chepstow Race Course, at Tintern Abbey in the lower Wye Valley and close to Monmouth and the Forest of Dean. The ... More | visit website

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Parva Farmhouse Hotel

Parva Farmhouse Hotel
This small family run hotel, on the banks of the River Wye, in this "area of outstanding natural beauty", is an ideal place to relax and enjoy the many activities in the area.

Our 8 en-suite bedrooms, most ... More | Double Room: £36 - £42 | visit website
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Abbey Hotel

Abbey Hotel
The Abbey Hotel sits in a prime location on the side of the beautiful Wye Valley. We are overlooking the ruins of the famous Tintern Abbey. Parts of the building date back to 1206 when ... More | visit website

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Wye Valley Hotel (0.59 miles)

Wye Valley Hotel

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Ideally placed between the historic towns of Monmouthshire and Chepstow. Tintern is in the heart of the Wye Valley, and all of the attractions it has to offer.
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Fairfield Guest House (1.92 miles)

Fairfield Guest House
Set in the heart of the beautiful Wye Valley, Fairfield Guest House offers 5star accommodation and meals and so much to see and do. Music, History – Tintern Abbey, Castles, Galleries, Golf, Hiking, Cycling, Canoeing, ... More | visit website
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Parkfield7 Guesthouse (2.88 miles)

Parkfield7 Guesthouse
Parkfield7 is situated alongside Chepstow Racecourse in the Wye Valley on the A466 (route of Lands End to John'OGroats cycle ride) and is only 1.5 miles from Tintern Abbey. Established for some years we have ... More | visit website
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Carpenters Cottages (3.03 miles)

Carpenters Cottages
You are made most welcome here in this Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty all through the year - Winter or Summer, Christmas or Easter. As soon as you arrive, you will find a wealth of ... More | visit website
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Lindors Country House Hotel (3.22 miles)

Lindors Country House Hotel

Lindors is a charming 19th century property situated in the Welsh borders between Monmouth and Chepstow. It lies approximately one mile on the Coleford side of Bigsweir Bridge.The south front of the house looks down ... More | visit website

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Crown at Whitebrook (3.71 miles)

Crown at Whitebrook
Book Here The Crown at Whitebrook is a romantic auberge set in three acres of gardens and pasture at Whitebrook, a small village just 5 miles from Monmouth and one mile from the River ... More
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Racecourse Guest House (4.31 miles)

Racecourse Guest House
Situated in the heart of Chepstow, South Wales, Racecourse Guest House is the perfect place for you to spoil yourself in luxury. Our blissfully comfortable rooms will suit your every need. Whether it’s for business ... More | visit website
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Castle View Hotel (4.34 miles)

Castle View Hotel

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Built about 300 years ago as a private residence originally called Woodfield House, this charming hotel offers an unrivalled view of Chepstow Castle, Situated in the town of Chepstow, on the English/Welsh ... More

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Woolaston Inn (4.45 miles)

In the village of Woolaston itself, the restaurant is situated midway between Chepstow and Lydney, directly on the A48 in the Royal Forest Of Dean. The Woolaston Inn is currently owned and run by 3 ... More | visit website
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Beaufort Hotel (4.50 miles)

Beaufort Hotel

Centrally situated within historic Chepstow, The Beaufort Hotel offers a range of single, double and family accommodation, within walking distance of Chepstow Racecourse.
For relaxation, try either the well-stocked Beaufort Bar, serving a wide range of ... More | visit website

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