Northgate House was formerly Northgate Inn and has been transformed by the current owners to provide a spacious guest house, comprising seven well-appointed guest rooms with a large guest lounge and dining area.
Northgate House was built in 1938 at the gateway to the north of the ancient Roman city of Silurum (now the pleasant and picturesque village of Caerwent). The Roman city wall and north gate provide a prominent feature to the rear of the house and gardens. Other well preserved Roman ruins are within easy walking distance, and the larger Roman town of Caerleon is only a few miles away.
The imposing detached property situated on the A48 (Old Chepstow Road), Caerwent, has a stone wall frontage with dual gated access to ample free car parking. Northgate House has a generous garden area, including ramped access to the house.
Northgate House is conveniently situated in south east Wales with good road access, being only minutes from major centres and the motorway network. There are a wealth of places to visit within easy reach of Northgate House, including excellent sporting, leisure, cultural and natural areas of interest.
Please confirm your exact requirements prior to booking
Facilities for children
Special provision for disabled visitors
Please contact the owner/operator for up to date availability.