Budget Accommodation near Railway, in Town Centre
NP20 5PP, Newport, 164 Malpas Road
The comfortable and functional ibis budget Newport is located just off the M4 junction 26, 5 minutes’ drive to the centre of Newport. It offers en suite rooms and free parking, 20 minutes’ drive from... read more
£ 23.40View Rates
NP19 8HL, Newport, Chepstow Road
Located in Newport, near Wales National Velodrome and Newport HM Passport Office, Home sweet home features a garden. Free WiFi is available. Cathedral Church of St Woolos is 2.5 km from the homestay, while Tredegar... read more
£ 25.00View Rates
NP19 0BJ , Newport, 161 Corporation Road
Less than 5 minutes’ walk from the Rodney Parade Stadium, Victoria Hotel is also just a 5-minute drive from the M4 motorway and offers free Wi-Fi in public areas. The spacious and natural rooms include... read more
£ 28.50View Rates
NP20 2DZ, Newport, Endeavour House, Usk Way
Newport Student Village offers affordable self-catering accommodation in the centre of Newport. There are shopping and leisure facilities within a 10-minute walk of the property. There are 2 supermarkets located a 5-minute walk away. The... read more
£ 30.86View Rates
NP10 8BB, Newport, Lakeside Drive, Coedkernew
With 125 air-conditioned bedrooms, Holiday Inn Express Newport is a modern hotel, offering ample free private parking and free WiFi throughout. Each en-suite room features a power shower, 32-inch TV, tea/coffee facilities, ironing facilities and... read more
£ 32.00View Rates
NP20 4FZ, Newport, 145 Stow Hill
With beautiful period features, this grand Victorian house offers cooked breakfasts and free Wi-Fi. The Knoll Guesthouse is situated in Newport, just a 10-minute walk from Newport Train Station. The spacious rooms are individually decorated... read more
£ 35.00View Rates
NP20 4AN, Newport, 19 Bridge Street
500 metres from Cathedral Church of St Woolos, The Queen's Hotel Wetherspoon is set in Newport and offers rooms with free WiFi. The property is situated 2.3 km from Wales National Velodrome, 5 km from... read more
£ 39.00View Rates
NP19 8EB, Newport, 42 Chepstow Road
Located in the centre of Newport, South Wales, this hotel is just a short walk away from the city centre, coach and railway stations and close to the M4. The Gateway Hotel aims to provide... read more
£ 40.00View Rates
NP20 1JG, Newport, 52-54 Stowhill
This recently refurbished hotel in Newport city centre has modern, comfy accommodation with free Wi-Fi, continental breakfast and on-site parking. Nightlodge hotel is just a few minutes’ walk away from the passport office, Civic Centre,... read more
£ 40.00View Rates
NP19 8EB, Newport, 50 Chepstow Rd
The Gateway Express is located a short walk from Newport city centre, and the coach and train stations. It offers well-equipped bedrooms, 24-hour reception, free Wi-Fi and free parking. All bedrooms have a bathroom with... read more
£ 40.70View Rates
NP20 2JG, Newport, 113 Alexandra Road
Ideally located for exploring South Wales, with easy access to the M4 and only 20 minutes from Cardiff, this newly-refurbished Victorian residence is set in the heart of Newport’s regeneration area. The Waterloo offers a... read more
£ 52.50View Rates
NP19 0QA, Newport, Edwardian Mews
Kingdom Luxury Apartments is located in Newport and offers a terrace. This property offers access to bowling in the bowling alley and tennis on the tennis court. The apartment includes a kitchen with an oven... read more
£ 77.28View Rates
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Newport in Wales is one of the cities that is accessible by any means be it by road, railway, water or air. Serving as a coal mining area, the infrastructure is well laid out and tourists are guaranteed to navigate to the remotest sections of the city. The compact nature of the town makes it a breeze to seek the local hospitals (Royal Gwent and St Woolos) and social amenities.
What to see while staying in central Newport for the night, weekend…
People come to central Newport in Southern Wales for conferences, business and holiday. Some come to seek medical attention at the Royal Gwent hospital as it is known to have state of the art facilities. Budget accommodation offer less sophisticated rooms but are consistent in the manner in which they are classically presented. Hoteliers in this Southern Wales city have standard to uphold.
Those on holiday can anchor to Newport Town Dock, which has the capacity to handle largest cruise ships. The Newport railway station is interconnected to both suburb branches and the South Wales main line; the rail system therefore, offers much convenience to both local users and tourists. Few steps out of the train station ushers one to cosy bed and breakfast inns.
The town hosts numerous public bridges that are not only attractive but also suitable for walks and cycling. Nobody leaves Newport without visiting the futuristic Museum and Art gallery; there is so much history to be learned in this building and the fascinations of Newport’s first settlers.
A family day out will be exhaustive as there are many places and renowned castles to visit around the town centre. Locals cherish connecting from one point to the other by foot. Acknowledging the distance walked is quite difficult for a newbie since one’s eyes are always busy trying to capture the enthralments by the roadside, rivers and footbridges.
Travellers in groups who seek cheap hotels with sufficient comfort can find such hotels and b&b’s in Newport Arcade, High street. Last minute rush never applies to places to stay in the town centre as there are many standby accommodations to host those who never make early reservations.
Wales is iconic for sporting activities especially the action packed rugby. Enjoy live sporting feat at the Millennium Stadium in Cardiff and step back to the train station in time to reward yourself with scrumptious beefy grill later on at your property.
The collective agreement of Newport citizens to “walk the talk” is evident in their hotels. Theypromise spacious guest rooms and that is what you get. Disabled accommodation facilities cannot be overlooked in Newport; they do exist in plenty and offer the best services in the entire South Wales region.
Cheap Places to Stay – hotel and b&b rooms in town centre !
Looking for hotels in the city centre. A very popular place to stay is cheap 3 star rated The Kings Hotel. Located in the city centre of Newport and just 5 minutes from the M4, this privately owned property offers modern services and traditional comforts, next to rail and bus services. Another accommodation right in the center of the city is Gateway Hotel. It offers fully en suite rooms with tea and coffee making facilities, internet access points and multi-channel television.
Looking for a cheap place to stay ?
Check our cheapest rates for Holiday Inn Express. This cheaper accommodation can be found at Cleppa Business Park, near Tredegar Park in the west of the city. The hotel offers air-conditioned bedrooms and a hot breakfast.
Another property offering cheap rates is The Knoll Guesthouse, situated a 5-minute walk from the magnificent Cathedral of St Woolos. This bed and breakfast just a 10-minute walk from the train Station. The rooms at this b&b are individually decorated with traditional furniture, and some have original fireplaces. Hearty full English breakfasts are served daily in the bright and airy dining room.
Overnight Stay near Royal Gwent and St Woolos Hospital
Address Royal Gwent Hospital : Cardiff Rd, NP20 2UB, United Kingdom
Address St Woolos Hospital : Stow Hill NP20 4SZ, United Kingdom
Hotels near Newport train station NP20 4AX
Address of railway station : High Street, Newport, NP20 4AX Wales
Primary rail hub of town run by Arriva Trains Wales. The train station is well and frequented connected with Cardiff Central railway station. Plenty of well priced and inexpensive establishments can be found within easy walking distance of the rail platforms.
The town of Newport in South Wales
Location : this town is located in southern Wales, just a short drive away from Cardiff. There are direct coach services from both London Heathrow and London Gatwick airports (see hostels). Cardiff CWL and Bristol International Airports are one hour away. Cardiff city centre is 18 miles away.
Region : South of Wales
County : Gwent
Country : Wales
Nearby Tourist Attractions and Sights
National Roman Legion Museum
(High Street, Caerleon NP18 1AE, Wales)
Very interesting museum located in Caerleon. The museum is housed in an impressive building, displaying artefacts from the roman remains.
(Dyffryn, South Wales NP10 8YW, United Kingdom)
Country house mansion run by National Trust, once owned by the well known Welsh Pirate Captain Morgan. Inside this wonderful house there are a lot of interesting items and information about the Morgan family.
The Transporter Bridge
(64 Cardiff Road, NP20 2UA United Kingdom)
Fascinating transporter bridge which crosses the River Usk. See the bridge in operation, there are only a handful of its kind in the world.
Caerleon Roman Fortress
(High Street, Caerleon NP18 1AE, Southern Wales)
Explore the National Roman Museum, Roman baths, and the amphitheater. It’s a very interesting Roman site, well worth a visit.