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Wye Valley Hotel

Near Chepstow, NP16 6SQ, Tintern, Wales, United Kingdom

Wye Valley Hotel - Tintern, Wales
Hotel Description

Ideally placed between two historic towns of Monmouthshire and Chepstow. Tintern is at the heart of the Wye Valley and all the attractions it has to offer.

The poet Wordsworth described Wye as 'the most romantic valley in Wales'. Little has changed since he penned those lines and the Wye river still wends its way by Tintern, its abbey and forest. The hotel dates back to 1835 when it was a small alehouse known as 'The Carpenters Arms'. In 1909 the building was renamed and extended to its current form. Both the bar and restaurant are open to non-residents and is popular with locals and tourists alike. Using fresh local produce, we aim to provide a range of food to suite your individual tastes - from bar snacks to a la carte meals. Special dietary requirements are catered for on request. With a total of nine en suite rooms, the owners Sue and Barry Cooke, pride themselves on being available to give individual attention to their guests so that their stay is as relaxing and enjoyable as it can possibly be. All rooms are equipped with colour televisions, direct dial telephones, toiletries and tea/coffee making facilities. Laundry service is available on request. There is ample car parking at the front and rear of the hotel. We can also provide secure storage for bicycles. Dogs are welcome by prior arrangement, and with the exception of the restaurant, are allowed in all areas.

Amenities and facilities

Full English Breakfast.



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