Hotels in Newent
The ancient market town of Newent is situated where two medieval roads from Wales converged on their way to Gloucester and the Severn River Crossing. The pretty Town with its black and White houses and historic Market Square make it a perfect location for touring the surrounding countryside of The Forest of Dean, the Wye valley and the famous daffodil walks of Dymock being overlooked by May Hill.The world famous National Birds of Prey Center is located within one mile of the town as is the award winning Three Choirs vineyard.
You can relax and enjoy a drink in our comfortable bar with its open fire and wonderfully cosy atmosphere or choose from the extensive bar menu much of which is created using local produce. High standards of accommodation are offered, and most rooms having en-suite facilities or private bathrooms, tea/coffee making facilities and colour televisions in all our rooms.
The former Coach house is now a well-appointed restaurant with a full A La Carte menu available every evening. The restaurant is also available for private functions weddings, meetings or social gatherings. We also have two other function rooms,the larger one with a full stage in it making it ideal for larger parties (up to 200 people) and gatherings such as weddings where you may require bands or other forms of entertainment.
Newent is the largest town in north west Gloucestershire and situated north of the capital, Gloucester and surrounded by local towns of Ledbury, Dymock, and Ross-on-Wye. Newent is certainly one of the most attractive towns in the Forest of Dean area. It is a thriving, unspoilt market town with a wide range of attractions for the shopper and visitor. Many of the buildings date from the 13th century, and centrepiece of the town is the Old Market Hall, which was built in 1668.
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