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1) Forgehammer Inn


Commercial Street, Newport, NP11 6EE View Map


Tel:01633 613943

A well-established hotel and restaurant in the small valley town of Risca, The Forge Hammer Inn lies on the fringes of Newport and offers a retreat from the bustle of Cardiff city centre. Once a watering hole for local steel workers, the interior now offers a cosy bar area and an appealing dining room with a range of home-cooked brasserie classics, plus a special menu for senior citizens during the week.

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2) The Abbey Hotel


Tintern, Chepstow, NP16 6SF View Map


Tel:01291 689777

With atmospheric views over the ruins of Tintern Abbey, The Abbey Hotel is a charming period hotel dating back to 1206 in the heart of the Wye Valley. The hotel's relaxed, informal restaurant serves an all-day menu of brasserie favourites from hearty breakfasts to candlelit dinners. There is a lunchtime carvery on weekdays, with lighter snacks served at the bar.

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3) The Foxhunter


Nantyderry, Abergavenny, NP7 9DN View Map


Tel:01873 881101

Hidden away in the depths of south Wales, The Foxhunter is a picturesque former pub and stationmaster's house in the village of Nantyderry near Usk. Inventive modern British cooking has put this secluded restaurant on the map, with dishes such as braised longhorn with white onions, chilli, garlic and parsley served in relaxed, contemporary surroundings. Welsh flagstone floors, log-burning stoves and hand-made furniture add to the smart rustic charm.

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