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St. Pierre, A Marriott Hotel & Country Club
St. Pierre, A Marriott Hotel & Country Club
With breathtaking views, 400 acres of picturesque parkland and a stunning 14th century manor, St. Pierre, a Marriott Hotel & Country Club is an idyllic retreat. Our resort, set in the rolling hills of South Wales, features the perfect blend of ancient architecture and modern amenities. Our elegant rooms offer luxury bedding, dedicated workspace and 24-hour room service. A dream-like getaway for the body and soul, the Marriott St. Pierre offers a fitness club, tennis courts and outdoor activities set within the rolling Welsh countryside. Enjoy the summer days overlooking our ornamental lake or while away a winter's evening resting by spectacular log fires. When ready to dine, choose from the oak-paneled, traditional Morgans Restaurant or the contemporary Zest Bar.
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The West Usk Lighthouse
The West Usk Lighthouse
The West Usk Lighthouse is a cosy bed and breakfast situated near the City of Newport, Gwent, at the junction of the Severn and the Usk Estuaries, overlooking the Bristol Channel. It is quirky and comfortable rather than luxurious. Built in 1821, The Lighthouse was designed by James Walker, a Scottish architect and is unique among lighthouses. All accommodation is within, rooms are wedge-shaped; the stone spiral staircase in the centre is found above a collecting well, now maybe a wishing well! The entrance hall is slate bedded and we have a Dalek at the bottom of the stairs!. In 1821, it was on an island where the Severn and Usk run into the sea, with views far out into the Bristol Channel. Since then, land has been reclaimed and although on one side the loudest sound is of the sea, when the tide (second fastest in the world) comes racing in to the foot of the building, and on the other side, only the occasional mooing cow can be heard. You can experience all this while in our hot tub. The West Usk Lighthouse was decommissioned in 1922, and became a private house shortly afterwards but soon fell into dis-repair and became derelict.. We bought the West Usk in 1987. It took 2 years of hard work to make it habitable and the rest to maintain it!. However we all sleep very well here. You would too, if you need a really good night's sleep.
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The Waterloo Hotel & Bistro
The Waterloo Hotel & Bistro
Whether on business or pleasure you are assured of a warm welcome at The Waterloo Hotel. Built in the 1870s, the grade 2 listed Waterloo Hotel, former docks pub (and brothel), makes a welcome change from the ususal plain chain hotels. Following a luxury refurbishment in 2007, yet still retaining all of its original features, the hotel now boasts 1st class comfort with 21 wi-fi enabled luxury en-suite bedrooms complemented by a Metro Newspaper, best restaurant of the year serving the very best modern and traditional cuisine. Our Hotel is located in a commanding position with easy access to road (M4) and rail networks, Cardiff is only 15 minutes away, ideal for the Millenium stadium. Newport is surrounded by beautiful landscapes including the Wye Valley, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty; the undulating Vale of Usk, famous for its salmon fishing; the Brecon Beacons National Park and Forest of Dean - both less than an hours drive from The Waterloo Hotel.
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Brick House Country Guest House
Brick House Country Guest House
A beautiful country guest house with a rich history. Situated on the edge of the peaceful village of Redwick, it's the perfect location for a relaxing break.
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Celtic Manor Resort
Celtic Manor Resort
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Uplands House
Uplands House
Our accommodation offers comfort and luxury, in a cosy, intimate setting. Each of our rooms is decorated with luxury and individuality in mind. Slide into a clean, comfortable bed topped by a luxurious goose down duvet and enjoy the break, whatever the reason. A variety of room sizes and features are available including king size or double beds, each room has its own en suite bathroom. You will find plenty of towels, shower gel, shampoo and conditioner, hairdryer, curling tongs and straighteners for your convenience.
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Rose Cottage
Rose Cottage
Rose Cottage Bed and Breakfast Set in a village location, Rose Cottage is close to a variety of shops, pubs, good food, historic castles, Chepstow Racecourse and the prestigious St Pierre Golf Course. Many attractions of an historical nature, and areas of outstanding natural beauty, are easily accessible.
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Annesley Guest House
Annesley Guest House

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Chapel Guest House
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 Newport and Cardiff and just 5 minutes drive from junction 28 of the M4 motorway. The surrounding Gwent Levels are a haven for migrating water fowl and a few minutes walk takes you to the foreshore with commanding views across the Bristol Channel to the Somerset coast and hills of Exmoor beyond...
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Hazel Court Guest House
Situated in rolling countryside, yet just 5 minutes from junction 24 of the M4, whether you are on holiday, or needing a restful base to stay whilst working in the area, Hazel Court Guest House is an ideal location. Sitting in an acre of its own grounds, the accommodation, which enjoys an AA four star rating, is of the highest standard. All of the rooms have en suite facilities, television and DVD player, as well as free wireless internet connection. The position is convenient to many venues. We are 5 minutes drive from The Celtic Manor Resort, home to the 2010 Ryder Cup Tournament, 20 minutes from the beautiful Wye valley, and twelve miles from Cardiff. There is a wide range of restaurants nearby, which cater for all tastes, as well as a local pub within walking distance. We are sure that you will enjoy your stay with us, and we look forward to hearing from you..
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Accor Hotels  enjoy your stay
Accor Hotels enjoy your stay
There is a budget Etap Hotel in Newport, bookable here.
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Personally inspected cottages from Sykes in Monmouthshire
Personally inspected cottages from Sykes in Monmouthshire
The Welsh Coast offers a heady mix of beaches, peninsulas, harbours and seaside resorts. The National Trust protects parts of the most scenically splendid areas. Coastal paths follow most of the shoreline, with plans in the pipeline for an 'All Wales' route. Water sports and wildlife watching opportunities are fantastic. And scattered here and there are some delightful Welsh Coast cottages.
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With youth hostels and cheap hotel accommodation throughout Britain, their aim is to be the number one website for backpackers and student travel, and every traveller looking for great budget accommodation.
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