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The Priory is nestled within the historic town of Caerleon on the River Usk. Dating back to 1180 and starting life as a Cistercian Monastery, it later became a Nunnery, private residence and since 1996, this beautiful building and its secluded grounds have been home to the Priory Hotel...
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We visited here on a Saturday lunchtime with friends who live in wales. We traveled from Bristol and it was definitely worth the drive. The building and grounds are outstanding. Think the fact is was a beautiful sunny day also added to it. Our visit...More
We booked 7 rooms for 7 people back in April for a stay in July so well in advance. The two twin rooms were horrible (ground floor cars parked within 10 feet!) with one being completely unacceptable as it had no windows & no access...More
Visited The Priory and had the Two course lunch menu - the restaurant and service was great. The quality of food for the set menu price £11.95 was fantastic. Everything arrived hot and was delicious. The only downside is having to walk to the counter...More
I booked the Priory in May 2018 for my husbands graduation in July. The booking was for 2.45 for 7 people. After the graduation 5 of the party left Newport City Centre to travel to The Priory (4miles away) at 1.45, my husband and I...More
We have eaten here a few times before but I’ve not wrote a review even though food has always been excellent I always forget to write on here! We are fussy as we are all foodies and a group of 5 of us went for...More
Hi Dogs are not allowed in the rooms but they were happy for our labrador to sleep in the car in the car park there is loads of walking and grass to use next door. I would just check first with the Priory in case it has... More
Hi Dogs are not allowed in the rooms but they were happy for our labrador to sleep in the car in the car park there is loads of walking and grass to use next door. I would just check first with the Priory in case it has changed its policy
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"ask for rooms that are not on the ground floor or facing the front of the hotel - which could mean people..."