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Hazel Court Guest House
Llanwern
Newport
South Wales

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Situated in the rolling Welsh countryside on the edge of the beautiful Usk valley, Hazel Court is a superior farm house with a modern twist sitting in an acre of its own grounds, 1.5miles from the M4. - 2.5miles from the Celtic Manor (home of the Ryder Cup 2010)- 3miles from Newport Velodrome- 7 miles from Wales & West Showground- 20miles from Cardiff- 20miles from BristolWhether you are on holiday, or need a restful base to stay whilst you are working in the local area, Hazel Court is the ideal location. The accommodation enjoys an Visit Wales/AA four-star rating and is of the highest standard. All rooms have modern en-suite facilities, television, DVD player and free Wi-Fi. There is an excellent local pub including an Italian restaurant within walking distance, as well as a large number of restaurants nearby.

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Ratings/Awards: Visit Wales/AA four-star
Number of Rooms: 6
Number Ensuite: 6
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