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Maes Manor Country Hotel
Maesruddud Lane
South Wales

NP12 0AG | View map

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Set in the heart of the Welsh Valleys with beautiful views over landscaped gardens, yet just a short distance from Cardiff and Newport, Maes Manor is the perfect retreat for leisure and business guests alike.Maes Manor Country House Hotel is situated in the heart of the Welsh Valleys, with an elevated location set against nine acres of private landscaped gardens. With easy access to Newport and Cardiff on the nearby M4 motorway and splendid views over the surrounding countryside, Maes Manor offers a peaceful and relaxing base for both the business and leisure visitor. The delightful gardens offer guests the peace and tranquility much sought after in the modern world, idyllic views of which can be enjoyed in the Lounge Bar - perfect for light refreshments in a serene setting. The hotel has seen extensive yet sympathetic refurbishment, allowing the traditional ideals of this charming Country House to be integrated with modern day comfort. The majestic manor house is set in nine acres of terraced lawns and woodland areas that you can enjoy any time of the year and with its elevated position high on Maesrudded hill there are spectacular views across the valley to be enjoyed. The hotel boasts 28 en suite bedrooms, comprising of 14 in the main house and the remaining 14 in the beautifully appointed Coach House. All rooms encompass a special country house charm that is unique to the establishment, while the individual furnishings give each of the rooms the character so highly desired of a stay in an equally beautiful country manor.

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