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Three Salmons Hotel
Bridge Street
Usk
South Wales

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The Three Salmons Hotel is a 17th Century Coaching Inn, located in the centre of the small historic market town of Usk, in the county of Monmouthshire, South Wales. The building has been a pub and hotel for hundreds of years and enjoys a wonderful setting in the Usk Valley. In the 18th century the hotel was one of the stopping places for stage coaches going from England to South Wales via Newport & Monmouth. It is now one of the thriving Monmouthshire hotels with a great reputation for hospitality, which marks it out from other hotels Usk can offer

The historic market town of Usk is nestled in the rural heartland of south east Wales, beautiful countryside to explore during your stay. The Three Salmons is ideally located for those wishing to tour Wales, with superb road links to Cardiff, Newport and the M5.

The hotel can cater for various functions for up to 120 people, from corporate meetings to wedding receptions.



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