Crescent Guest House

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

11 Caerau Crescent
Newport
Gwent
Wales
NP204HG

Crescent Guest House, Newport

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The Crescent Guest House is a four star rated guest house with the Wales Tourist Board and three star rated with the AA. Situated near the town centre of Newport in conservation area and we are only one mile from junction 27 of the M4 motorway. We provide ample parking to the rear and front of the building.

The house is a magnificent 19th century building and furnished to an excellent standard with an elegant dining room. All ten rooms have en-suite facilities, colour TV, some with VCR and a complimentary courtesy tray. The two downstairs rooms are wheelchair accessible.

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 4 star rating

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