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This family-friendly Newport hotel is located in a regional park, within 1 mi (2 km) of Coldra Woods and Wentwood Hills Golf Course. Isca Augusta and Roman Amphitheatre ...
Located in the heart of Pontypool, this hotel is 1.5 mi (2.4 km) from Pontypool Park and 3 mi (4.9 km) from Bowlplex Cwmbran. Big Pit National Coal Museum and ...
Situated in Usk, this spa hotel is 2.1 mi (3.4 km) from Llangibby Motte and Castle and 2.7 mi (4.3 km) from Caerleon Castle. Roman Amphitheatre and Isca Augusta ...
Situated in Newport, this bed & breakfast is within a 10-minute walk of Newport Cathedral and Belle Vue Park. Newport Transporter Bridge and St Woolos Cathedral ...
The national capital of Wales, Cardiff, boasts a number of vibrant neighborhoods and suburbs. Cwmbran lies around 13 miles from the middle of the city.
The Cheddar Gorge and Caves, Clevedon Court and Wales Millennium Centre are just some of Cardiff's many great visitor attractions.
Seeing the dilapidated ruins of Grosmont Castle is an interesting experience. You can spend less time commuting and more of your valuable time having fun when you book in at the nearby Best Western Pontypool Metro Hotel. Have a look at the program of upcoming displays, artist workshops and live gigs at Llantarnam Grange Arts Centre. Book a room at the Parkway Hotel & Spa. It's only a little while away.
Whether you want a caffeine fix, a sugar hit or a savory snack, Hazels Cafe is the perfect place to stop and refuel while discovering Cwmbran. If you're looking for something more filling, pull up a chair and order a meal at Tamarind. Afterwards, finish up full day at St Josephs Social Club, a local watering hole where locals get together for a drink or two.
Established less than a century ago, Cwmbran is a relatively new town positioned at the mouth of the Wye Valley and Vale of Usk, giving it a unique blend of modernity and connectedness to the environment.
A small but varied selection of accommodation options in the town centre itself means that, whether you are visiting to enjoy the town’s impressive shopping centre, looking for a more luxurious country break, of simply looking for somewhere affordable to base your countryside adventures, Cwmbran has the hotel for you.
There are also a wealth of hotels, hostels, bed and breakfasts and apartments available in the broader environs as well as in nearby Newport.
Whether you do choose to stay at one of the town centre hotels or a bit further out in the countryside, make sure you bring some pocket money with you so that you make full use of the Cwmbran Shopping Centre, one of the largest outlets in Wales.
With the shopping centre providing plenty of free parking, a huge range of top brand shops, as well as a multiplex cinema and bingo hall, Cwmbran is a major attraction for those in need of a bit of retail therapy or entertainment.
Having a golf and country club in Cwmbran itself, not to mention the 30 golf clubs in the surrounding areas, including Newport’s purpose-built Ryder Cup Twenty Ten course, means that keen golfers might want to opt for a country hotel or bed and breakfast a stone’s throw from their chosen first tee.
Those looking to enjoy more energetic sporting activities will want to stay at one of the town centre hotels and make the most of the facilities at Cwmbran Stadium where you’ll discover outdoor football and hockey pitches, as well as a state-of-the-art fitness suite and various spa facilities and studios spaces.
Rugby fans meanwhile should keep an eye on the fixture diary for the world-renowned Newport RFC, and might perhaps want to book accommodation closer to Newport.
Undoubtedly among the greatest joys of staying in Cwmbran are the stunning landscapes that surround it in every direction. The breathtaking Wye Valley, birthplace of British Tourism, has been an inspiration to innumerable artists and poets over the centuries, whilst the pretty Vale of Usk is a renowned hub for anglers looking to catch some salmon.
Then of course the Forest of Dean provides its own unique, leafy tranquility, whilst the Brecon Beacons provide a wealth of dramatic peaks and valleys to explore at your leisure.
Why not immerse yourself in this wonderful environment by finding the perfect farmhouse bed and breakfast or country hotel to stay in?
With shopping, delightful countryside, business and sports facilities at the stadium, as well as numerous golf clubs in the area, Cwmbran is a great place to stay no matter what your passion. That’s why the accommodation options available cover the full spectrum of needs, from business to leisure, urban to rural, and includes affordable functional hotel options, bed and breakfasts, as well as more luxurious resort hotels. Why not let Expedia help you book the perfect stay and ensure you get the very best deal?