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The Queens Hotel
Bridge Street
Newport
South Wales

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The Queen's Hotel is a grade II listed building which was built in 1863, soon after Bridge Street was laid out. We are ideally placed within the city centre being only 2 minutes walk from the main train station and plenty of car parking available. We have 29 individual bedrooms and all have en suite shower facilities. All of our rooms include tea and coffee making facilities, hair dryer and digital televisions. This hotel adjoins a Lloyds No.1 bar which plays evening music; in certain rooms, some music may be heard during evening bar hours.We are ideally located only 5 minutes off Junction 25A of the M4 and 2 minutes walk from Newport train station. There are train connections to Cardiff, Swansea, Birmingham New Street, Manchester Piccadilly and London Paddington.Cardiff is only 20 minutes away by car and 15 minutes by train which is ideal for anyone planning a trip to the Millennium Stadium or concerts at the C.I.A.In 2001 the privilege of hosting the Ryder Cup was given to Newport. It is to be held between 27th September until 3rd October 2010 and transport to the event can be arranged.

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