The Old Barn Inn
“…you pull me close, and we start to move, and we’re spinning with the stars above, and you lift me up in a wave of love.” Nowels/Shipley
Heaven is a place on earth for guests staying at the historical, warm and welcoming, 4 Star Luxury Accommodation; The Old Barn Inn. Sequestered amongst miles of rolling hills and rich, green meadows, this hidden jewel is a mere breath away from the celebrated Celtic Manor Resort, home of the 2010 Ryder Cup, in Llanmartin, Newport. The Old Barn Inn dates all the way back to the 1750s, and balances opulence with an extra special, rustic ambiance. Each sumptuous room has been individually designed, with exceptional attention to detail such as divine shimmering silks, buttery soft Egyptian cottons and deluxe, well-appointed en-suite bathrooms, and you’ll certainly enjoy the Heavenly, Award-Winning food and super selection of local beverages, which includes a freshly prepared breakfast.
FOOD FOR THOUGHT
There’s an eclectic blend of tradition and contemporary style, woven within the heavenly heart and soul of The Old Barn Inn: that makes it the kind of place you’ll want to relax for a while, or better still; stay forever! Friendly and attentive, there's plenty of advice to hand on local history and attractions from a warm and friendly team. Positioned within the quiet countryside of Llanmartin, Newport, The Old Barn Inn makes a picturesque destination for weddings, and provides not just exquisite accommodation, but a delectable, seasonal menu created by extremely skilled Chefs, who serve both Award-Winning Welsh, and Modern Cuisine in this historical hidden jewel.
Newport, Monmouthshire , NP18 2EB
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Newport Medieval Ship
The city of Newport has long had a history intimately connected to the sea, and since the remarkable discovery of a medieval ship on the banks of the River Usk, a team
National Roman Legion Museum
Meet the Romans! The National Roman Legion Museum and surrounding town of Caerleon has enough about the Romans to keep all budding soldiers and gladiators happy.