Holiday Cottage Rentals in Newport, South Wales

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Holiday Cottage Rentals in Newport, South Wales


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Newport Tourist Information

Newport is a vibrant city which sits on the banks of the 63-mile long River Usk, it is positioned just over twelve miles from Cardiff and roughly nineteen miles from Abergavenny.

Newport offers an excellent range of shops to browse around, here you will find lots of your favourite high street named retailers complimented with many local independent shops. As with its shops, this energetic city has lots of places to eat. Whether you're after a quick snack on the go or something more substantial to really fill your tummy, there are many takeaways, delis, cafes, restaurants and pubs which can cater for most foodie needs and budgets.

As with most cities, Newport is a doddle to reach
Newport is fortunate enough to be accessed by six junctions along the M4 Motorway (exit junctions 24, 25, 25A, 26, 27, 28), there are regular bus and coach services which travel to the city, along with a train station that can be reached directly from Cardiff, Swansea, Manchester, Birmingham, Holyhead, Nottingham, Bristol and London.


Nestled within a beautiful 90-acre park and managed by the National Trust is Tredegar House, a fabulous mansion and walled gardens which once belonged to the powerful and prominent Morgan family. Today, visitors can wander around the opulent Grade I listed mansion with its beautiful rooms and get to grips with the upstairs/downstairs life of the Morgan's and their servants by dressing up, listening to one of the daily introductory talks or taking a tour. The three distinctive characterful gardens called the Orchard Garden, the Cedar Garden, and the Orangery Garden are well worth exploring.

Just over a five-mile drive from the city centre and located on the opposite side of the River Usk lies the Newport Wetlands, a wonderful haven for wildlife and a great place to escape the stresses of life for a few hours. The wetlands, with its stunning views of the Severn estuary, has an RSPB visitor centre, a number of nature trails, a cafe, shop and children's play area. Whatever the season, there is lots of wildlife to see with many different types of birds, dragonflies, butterflies, moths, as well as grass snakes, otters, badgers and moles.

Located off junction 27 of the M4 motorway and about two and a half miles from Newport city centre is The Fourteen Locks Canal Centre, positioned at the top of the renowned Cefn Flight of Locks (a flight of fourteen locks) there is a visitor centre that houses a computer-based information point which allows visitors to take themselves on a ‘virtual’ journey along the canal, the information point also educates its users on how a canal lock works. This picturesque area of Newport is perfect for those who enjoy walking and cycling in the surrounding countryside, and of course, taking a leisurely amble along the Monmouthshire and Brecon canal towpath whilst looking out for wildlife along the way.

Keen golfers will be spoilt for choice when looking for a course as there are no less than ten golf courses to choose from, all within a seven-mile radius of the city centre.

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Newport tourist information

Newport is a vibrant city which sits on the banks of the 63-mile long River Usk, it is positioned just over twelve miles from Cardiff and roughly nineteen miles from Abergavenny.

Newport offers an excellent range of shops to browse around, here you will find lots of your favourite high street named retailers complimented with many local independent shops. As with its shops, this energetic city has lots of places to eat. Whether you're after a quick snack on the go or something more substantial to really fill your tummy, there are many takeaways, delis, cafes, restaurants and pubs which can cater for most foodie needs and budgets.

As with most cities, Newport is a doddle to reach
Newport is fortunate enough to be accessed by six junctions along the M4 Motorway (exit junctions 24, 25, 25A, 26, 27, 28), there are regular bus and coach services which travel to the city, along with a train station that can be reached directly from Cardiff, Swansea, Manchester, Birmingham, Holyhead, Nottingham, Bristol and London.


Nestled within a beautiful 90-acre park and managed by the National Trust is Tredegar House, a fabulous mansion and walled gardens which once belonged to the powerful and prominent Morgan family. Today, visitors can wander around the opulent Grade I listed mansion with its beautiful rooms and get to grips with the upstairs/downstairs life of the Morgan's and their servants by dressing up, listening to one of the daily introductory talks or taking a tour. The three distinctive characterful gardens called the Orchard Garden, the Cedar Garden, and the Orangery Garden are well worth exploring.

Just over a five-mile drive from the city centre and located on the opposite side of the River Usk lies the Newport Wetlands, a wonderful haven for wildlife and a great place to escape the stresses of life for a few hours. The wetlands, with its stunning views of the Severn estuary, has an RSPB visitor centre, a number of nature trails, a cafe, shop and children's play area. Whatever the season, there is lots of wildlife to see with many different types of birds, dragonflies, butterflies, moths, as well as grass snakes, otters, badgers and moles.

Located off junction 27 of the M4 motorway and about two and a half miles from Newport city centre is The Fourteen Locks Canal Centre, positioned at the top of the renowned Cefn Flight of Locks (a flight of fourteen locks) there is a visitor centre that houses a computer-based information point which allows visitors to take themselves on a ‘virtual’ journey along the canal, the information point also educates its users on how a canal lock works. This picturesque area of Newport is perfect for those who enjoy walking and cycling in the surrounding countryside, and of course, taking a leisurely amble along the Monmouthshire and Brecon canal towpath whilst looking out for wildlife along the way.

Keen golfers will be spoilt for choice when looking for a course as there are no less than ten golf courses to choose from, all within a seven-mile radius of the city centre.

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