The Wye Valley Hotel is a family-run country inn in the riverside village of Tintern, at the heart of the Wye Valley, a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
Upstairs are eight comfortable en-suite rooms (including a family suite) while downstairs you’ll find a cosy public bar with open fires and a large dining room (complete with its own bar and dance-floor).
As well as a fine range of beers, wines and spirits, we offer meals that are freshly prepared and full of flavour, often featuring local produce and ingredients. We are CAMRA accredited and proud to have received consecutive TripAdvisor Awards for Excellence, as well as 5 star hygiene ratings.
There is free Wi-Fi throughout the hotel and ample parking outside. Children, walkers, cyclists and dogs are all welcome.
Step outside the hotel and you soon find yourself in spectacular countryside. The Wye is just 50 yards from our front door, where otters, herons, seals, kites and kingfishers are to be spotted; or drive a few miles to the wooded cliffs of Symond’s Yat to see peregrine falcons in swift flight.
Cross the bridge to the English side of this tidal river and you can soon join the famous Offa’s Dyke Trail – all the way to Prestatyn (if you want).
There is also plenty to explore in the village. Twelfth century Tintern Abbey is the most famous local landmark – a Gothic ruin that still exudes a wonderful air of spirituality and tranquillity. Other attractions include a medieval slipway, a working vineyard, the Kingstone micro-brewery, the Old Railway Station, the ruined church of St Mary’s, tunnels, caves, sculpture trails and Roman ironworks, not to mention, shops, pubs and cafes. Sporting fans may want to visit nearby Chepstow Racecourse (home of the Welsh Grand National), Cardiff for rugby or Celtic Manor (Ryder Cup) for golf.