Come and enjoy a peaceful and comfortable stay with us, on our 135 acre sheep farm, in the heart of the rolling Monmouthshire countryside. We’re easy to find in a delightful setting, yet within easy reach of many attractions. So you can relax from today’s hectic lifestyle. Website
The Olway Inn in Usk, is situated just outside the town centre, about half a mile from the square. A babbling trout stream runs next to the hotel and garden. Surrounded by rolling green hills and picturesque countryside, the Olway makes the perfect retreat. Website
The warmest welcome awaits…Try our award winning food and relax in beautiful surroundings at our country inn. Website
The Three Salmons Hotel in Usk is a 17th Century Coaching Inn located in the centre of this small Roman market town in the county of Monmouthshire, South Wales. Website
Historic Country Inn with Delicious Food and 4 Star Luxury Accommodation. The Old Barn Inn dates back to the early 1750’s and has its own delightful rustic heritage and charm. It’s a perfect base for our guests to share in the local history; giving you the opportunity to create your own memories of South Wales. Website
If you are looking for 5 Star accommodation situated within easy reach of the Wye Valley, Forest of Dean or Brecon Beacons, be it a Holiday or a Short break, Bed & Breakfast or Hotel style, then look no further! Website
Ideally located within easy reach of Pontypool and New Inn train station our Pontypool Premier Inn has everything you’d expect, incredibly comfy beds in every room, free parking and an onsite Harvester restaurant. Website
The Beaufort Hotel is situated at the very centre of the historic border town of Chepstow. Popular with locals and visitors alike, the Beaufort is the oldest,continously trading hotel in South Wales. Chepstow is the ideal base for your next golfing trip to Wales. The Beaufort specialises in group packages for golfing societies and we can tailor an enjoyable trip to suit you. Website
Welcome to Cwrt Bleddyn, we’ve been looking after our guests expertly since the 16th century. With over 45 en-suite rooms with magnificent views over the beautiful surrounding countryside of the Vale of Usk, your stay with us is guaranteed to be a tranquil haven to take you away from the hustle and bustle of modern life. Website
The Kings Head dates back to 1588 and maintains an atmosphere of authenticity and old world charm. We are a small family run business that offers a warm welcome and cosy surroundings around our open fire. We have been featured in the CAMRA Good Beer guide for 25 consecutive years and we pride ourselves on our excellent food. Website
What better way to explore the industrial heritage of the area than to stay in the home of one of its founders?
The Whirlies was formerly known as Sunnybank and is an imposing Victorian property built around 1860, a few years before the mines at Abersychan were opened. It has been occupied by Alderman John Daniel, a local philanthropist, and Cyril Sullivan, a Director of the Blaenavon Company which ran the ironworks.
It had substantial grounds, orchards, and stables and was surrounded by stone walls with a magnificent entry. . Website