Top hotels in Newport
Family-friendly Newport hotel with free parking and breakfast included Holiday Inn Express® Newport hotel is just off the M4 and a 20-minute drive from Cardiff city centre. Trains to Cardiff, Swansea and London leave from Newport station, 4 miles away. Not short of heritage appeal, walk 15-minutes from our Newport hotel to explore the grounds of Tredegar House. Discover the ancient Caerleon Roman Fortress Baths and Roman Legion Museum, 7-miles away. Nature lovers can escape the noise and admire the scenic views in The Wye Valley Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Catch rugby games or concerts at Principality Stadium, 10-miles away or visit the medieval fortress of Caerphilly Castle during your stay. Cardiff University and Cardiff Castle are both a 20-minute drive from the hotel. We know what matters: - Free parking - Express Start™ Breakfast included - Family rooms for two adults and two children under 12 - 30-minutes from Cardiff Airport (CWL) Get some shut eye in our rooms, complete with free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and en suites with power showers. In the evening, unwind in our open-plan lounge over a refreshing glass of wine or tuck into curries and pizzas from our Express Café & Bar dinner menu. Host up to 55 delegates in the 5 air-conditioned meeting rooms or visit local businesses in Celtic Springs Business Park.
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Holiday Inn NEWPORT Hotel
A peaceful Newport hotel with dining, a bar and fitness facilities, near Celtic Manor Resort's golf coursesHoliday Inn® Newport hotel is set in woodland a 1-minute drive from the M4 motorway.Cardiff Airport (CWL) and Bristol Airport (BRS) can both be reached in less than an hour by car. It's a short drive to Newport city centre and Newport train station. The hotel is a gateway for discovering South Wales, whether you want to catch rugby matches and concerts at Cardiff's Principality Stadium, or explore stunning countryside such as the Wye Valley. The Caerleon Roman Fortress and Baths, just 2 miles away, provide a fascinating insight into local history, and the medieval ruins of Tintern Abbey are also within easy reach. Business guests can host meetings for up to 460 people in 12 naturally lit rooms, and our friendly staff are happy to discuss catering requirements.At this hotel you can enjoy:- Free WiFi- Parking for a fee- Full English breakfast- Kids stay and eat freeYou can savour hearty meals at Harpers Restaurant, or relax by the fire with a glass of wine from the bar. The lounge, open round-the-clock, is a great spot to socialise or catch up with work, and there's a mini-gym and a heated indoor splash pool to help you feel re-energised. Our comfortable rooms offer pillow menus and 24-hour room service.
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Hotels in Newport
Surrounded by beautiful countryside, historical buildings and bustling shopping centres, Newport hotels are an excellent place to stay within reach of the Vale of Usk and Breton Beacons National Park.
There have been settlers in the area around Newport from the Bronze Age. One of the most ancient historical attractions near Newport is Caerleon, a Roman fort built in AD75 to defend the river crossing. At its height the fort was home of the 2nd Augustan Legion and housed 5,000 soldiers and horsemen, encompassing a temple, shops, baths and an amphitheatre. A trip to Caerleon today will take you the ruins and a charming village with a number of shops, pubs and tearooms.
The ruins of the 14th-century Newport Castle can be found beside Newport Bridge and history buffs will enjoy a trip to Newport Museum and Art Gallery. The museum holds a fascinating collection of artefacts and documents detailing the history of the area from prehistory to the present day. Also worth a visit is nearby Tredegar House, set in a 90-acre park and one of the finest examples of a 17th-century mansion in the country.
Culture and shopping
To experience Newport's thriving modern cultural scene head to The Riverfront Theatre and Arts Centre, a fantastic arts venue that hosts an enormous range of drama, comedy and dance performances as well as classes, talks and community workshops. The Dolman Theatre, owned and run by Newport Playgoers Society, is another great place to watch live theatre.
When it comes to shopping, Newport has a staggering amount of places to visit. The centre of Newport has a range of different shopping streets, including Newport Arcade, High Street, Commercial Street and Market Street. There are also a variety of shops in the Kingsway Shopping Centre and a collection of stalls selling everything from clothing to fresh produce at Newport Market.
The area surrounding Newport is ideal for countryside walks and bike rides. Newport Wetlands Reserve on the edge of the city is a fantastic place to learn about the many species of birds living in the reserve. To the east of the city is the Forest of Dean and a short journey north from Newport will take you to the southern edge of the vast Breton Beacons National Park. If you drive west along the coast from Newport you'll soon reach Cardiff, the capital of Wales.
Frequently asked questions about Hotels in Newport
What are the best hotels to stay in Newport?According to our booking data, one of the most booked hotels in Newport is Holiday Inn Express NEWPORT.
What are the most convenient hotel rates in Newport?The lowest price for a double room in Newport is £23.
What hotels are in the central Newport neighborhood?If you want to stay near the center of Newport, you can consider staying at Holiday Inn Express NEWPORT, ibis budget Newport and The Manor House At Celtic Manor.
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