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Tel code: 01633 | code search
Postcode: NP18 | code search
Population: 9000
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White Hart Inn
"Called in to see what the pub was like after not visiting for over 2 years and was very dissatisfied.The welcome was poor as the warm beer and bad taste ..." More

Roman Lodge Hotel
"We found both the owners,Brian and Judy very friendly and everything including Christmas dinner memorable.

Date visited: 24/12/2010 ..." More

Priory Hotel & Restaurant
"We stayed in the Blue room and they're right it is a slice of luxury. However it does overlook the beer garden which is also used as the smoking area, ..." More

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"Caerleon - visit this ancient town just five miles north-east of Newport town centre and discover a wealth of history and the most fascinating Roman site in Britain. Caerleon today ..." More

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Caerleon in the Usk Valley is a lovely small walled town off the M4 near Newport in Gwent. An important historical site, one of the three Roman legionary fortresses in Britain, Caerleon is often compared to Bath - so if you want to explore this period of history without the usual throng of tourists, this is the place to come. Children will enjoy playing hide and seek in the open-air amphitheatre and across the road is the original site of the barracks. In July an Arts Festival is held (This is particularly well regarded for tree sculptures) there are also Roman Military re-enactments taking place. The museums are worth visiting - The small, re-constructed, Roman Bathhouse has informative displays and the National Roman Legion Museum holds Celtic as well as Roman artefacts. Caerleon is now home to one of the campuses of the University of Wales (Newport). The local pubs often have riverside settings and Caerleon has quaint shops and cafés. There are many places to stay but splashing out at the Priory Hotel in the High Street opposite the Roman Baths will leave you feeling that you have enough energy to complete a route march just like the Romans.


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Roman Lodge Hotel (0.52 miles)

Roman Lodge Hotel

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Situated on the outskirt of Caerleon the Roman Lodge is frequented by business users in the week. At weekends things change. We have over 30 Golf courses within a 20 ... More

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Priory Hotel & Restaurant (0.66 miles)

Priory Hotel & Restaurant

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The Historic Town Of Caerleon lies on the river UK, just 3 miles from Newport and close to the M4 Motorway. Today much of Caerleon's past can still be seen, ... More

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Celtic Manor Resort (1.35 miles)

Celtic Manor Resort

Set in 1400 acres of parkland in the Usk Valley is The Celtic Manor Resort, offering a host of facilities to help you relax and unwind. These include 2 championship golf courses, a Golf Academy, ... More | visit website

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Premier Inn Newport South Wales (1.94 miles)

Premier Inn Newport South Wales
Ideally located within easy reach of the M4 junction 24 and the A449 (M50). For shops and local amenities including the Passport Office, Newport city centre is only 4 miles away. Cardiff Millennium stadium is ... More | visit website
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Newport Lodge Hotel (1.95 miles)

Newport Lodge Hotel

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The Newport Lodge Hotel is the perfect small owner-operated, full service hotel for business and private guests.
It is situated high on the hill just above Brynglas Tunnel on the M4, just ... More

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Hilton Newport (2.02 miles)

Hilton Newport

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Located close to junction 24 of the M4 motorway, 3miles from Newport and 18miles from Cardiff. Hilton Newport combines excellent business facilities with a superb Living Well Health Club, making it ... More

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At Home In The City (2.30 miles)

At Home In The City

Our serviced/self-contained ground-floor apartments are conveniently located within walking distance of Newport city centre, five minutes from M4 (J28) and twelve miles from Cardiff with its famous Millennium Stadium.

At Home in the City‚ Newport Accommodation is only ... More | visit website

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Kings Hotel (2.48 miles)

Kings Hotel

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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 ... More

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Travelodge Newport Central (2.57 miles)

There are loads of reasons our customers choose to stay at Travelodge. Our great value clean and comfortable rooms with en-suite provide everything needed for a good night's sleep and are close to where people ... More | visit website

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The Queens Hotel (2.66 miles)

The Queens Hotel

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 ... More | visit website

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