B and Bs in Blackwood

Monnington Lodge
Gordon Road
South Wales

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Monnington Lodge is a friendly country inn in Blackwood, near Newport. Originally a 16th Century Farmhouse, this quaint building located near the Brecon Beacons is brimming with country charm and a wonderful character, giving you a warm sense of welcome from the moment you arrive. Monnington Lodge began life back in the 16th Century as a farm built and owned by the family of the infamous Captain Henry Morgan and is set in its own grounds overlooking the small town of Blackwood - a short distance from beautiful woodland, and yet within easy reach of the cities of Newport, Cardiff and Bristol. Famed throughout the local area for its high quality food, first class service and relaxed atmosphere, you will be greeted by friendly, affable staff, finding a relaxed and comfortable atmosphere buzzing with the sound of social chatter. The rooms at Monnington Lodge are tastefully decorated in a simple style that pays homage to the prevalent country theme: warm, soft fabrics, welcoming wood features and gentle colour schemes create a sense of ambience that allows for a truly relaxing atmosphere. Although traditional in design the rooms feature modern comforts, such as satellite tv and wireless broadband internet, that really make your room feel like a home away from home.The Restaurant at Monnington Lodge is famed in the local area for its excellent food, friendly service and relaxed atmosphere.

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