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Kings Hotel
High Street
Newport
South Wales

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Just 5 minutes from the M4, in the heart of Wales' newest city, this privately-owned hotel offers modern services and traditional comforts, next to national rail and bus services.

Filled with individual character, this historic venue is ideal for travellers, meetings, conferences and weddings. Relax in the light, contemporary Oasis Bar, where you can play pool or even the piano. Alternatively, the comfy sofas and TV of the lounge awaits. Enjoy modern British cuisine with a Mediterranean touch in the Butterfields Restaurant.

With free on site parking and an excellent nearby rail link, you're just 20 minutes from Cardiff and its world famous Millennium Stadium. The Kings Hotel is privately owned, thus offering a distinctive and individual alternative to the larger, more standardised chain hotels. Priding themselves on offering a warm and friendly welcome, The Kings Hotel provides modern, efficient services combined with traditional values and comforts.

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