The Royal George Hotel
Located in the charming village of Tintern. The Royal George is an elegantly refurbished hotel with a wonderful cosy and dog friendly pub and exquisite restaurant. we pride ourselves on using locally sourced produce and seasonal menus to showcase the very best of the Wye Valley. The Royal George has 14 stylishly decorated en-suite bedrooms, each with their own individual flair. We offer 4 dog-friendly rooms fully equipped with everything your furry friend will need on their travels, our pub also offers dinner for dogs too! set in the beautiful historic village of Tintern The Royal George is a perfect place to stay whilst exploring the local area providing a laid-back luxury approach to accommodation with superb on-site dining and a deliciously tempting breakfast.
The Dining Room is an elegant and contemporary space offering each guest a truly unique and wonderful experience. Allow us to create bespoke menus, host masterclass evenings or simply hire the space for your special occasion. The dining room can hold as little as 8 guests or as many as 35 and we can offer a selection of buffets, canapés or a full menu for your event. For more information on the space please email [email protected]
The Wild Hare
At The Wild Hare, you will receive a true countryside pub experience alongside locally sourced, seasonal menus. With comfy sofas and a cosy log burner, there's nowhere better to enjoy a delicious meal or a pint of local beer. We are completely dog-friendly and even offer a menu for your four-legged friend, so please feel free to bring them along. The Wild Hare is a completely laid-back experience with exceptional food and drinks.
Chepstow, Monmouthshire , NP16 6SF
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Parva Farm Vineyard
This award-winning vineyard is on a sunny slope, overlooking Tintern and the beautiful River Wye. It is believed to be the site used by the monks of Tintern Abbey to cultivate vines hundreds of years
The gardens at Veddw stand apart from most others in the area. While South Wales has a profusion of Victorian and Edwardian gardens that remain open to the public, there are very few top quality