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B and Bs in Newport

Chapel Guest House
Church Road
St Brides
Wentlooge

Newport
South Wales

NP10 8SN | View map

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7 Bedroomed Guest House suitable for Business or Leisure with the perfect location and FREE Wi-Fi for guests. For those working in the area, the convenient location with easy access to all parts of South East Wales and the M4 corridor make it ideal for contractors and business guests alike with the local Inn right next door for your evening meal and a quiet drink. There are also several other eating/drinking establishments within a few mins drive. The Celtic Springs, St Mellons Business Park and Llanwern are closeby as is Newport City Centre.Situated in the heart of the attractive hamlet of St. Brides Wentlooge, Chapel Guest House dates from 1828 and was formally Rehoboth Baptist Chapel. Its tranquil setting belies the convenience of its location midway between the thriving cities of Cardiff with it's famous Millennium Stadium and Cardiff Bay and Newport.Historic Newport offers a host of attractions and local amenities including some of the finest golf courses in the world, including the Celtic Manor Resort (host of the Ryder Cup 2010) which is just 12 miles away.Leisure visitors can enjoy our proximity to some of the loveliest scenery in Britain including the Wye Valley and Forest of Dean, the Brecon National Park and the Gower Peninsula.

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