The Rose & Crown, Tintern - The Wye Valley's Warmest Welcome

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A Welsh Springtime

With the season's weather being so up and down of late, what better time to take a break and catch your breath?

Tintern, a stone's throw from Chepstow, is a beautiful little hamlet that enjoys several pubs, shops an tourist areas. Included in that is a stunning abbey that is worth visiting.

Afterwards, why not book a room at the Rose and Crown before setting off to the next Welsh hamlet? At the Rose and Crown you will be met with superb fare, ale and the warmest of welcomes from Sally and Jason.The locals will get a giggle out of you too!

Just twenty minutes from the Severn bridge, Tintern is one of the most beautiful places on the planet.

Come visit us soon.

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Whereabouts gig at the Rose & Crown

The band Whereabouts played to a packed house at the Rose and Crown last night. Their set of rock classics went down well and we hope that they will come back and play for us again in the future. The guys are all local and make a great, tight sound with a repertoire that has something to please all age groups and tastes
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A Welsh Welcome Awaits

Even though the weather is going to start getting colder soon, don`t worry because we still have plenty of sunshine to enjoy while this month is with us. The Wye Valley is particularly pleasant this time of year and, as the Rose and Crown is situated right on the River Wye. The tranquil water drifts by while you enjoy the warm welcome of the pub.

Autumn is a time for exquisite colours, for brightness yet warmth, for that much needed break or that timely evening out. The Rose and Crown offer B&B and a delicious menu serving evening meals as well as just about every drink you can imagine. Sally's warm personality ensures nobody is left out in the cold so get yourself booked in for a break soon.

Regular customers enjoy a professional yet friendly service so if, like them, you prefer to deal with a character-filled pub that hosts history and gastronomy in abundance, get in touch now to books that special weekend or evening out.

You know you deserve it.

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How Green Was Wye Valley (With apologies to Richard Llewellyn)

If you are visiting the Wye Valley, you will find stunning views wherever you go. The outside seating area of the Rose & Crown, Tintern is no exception. Overlooking the river, you can eat and drink while taking in the views, if you are lucky, our local otters or perhaps even a seal will put in an appearance.

Hills, fields and vineyards surround our pub, and you can see the old railway bridge that used to carry the products from Tintern's iron works back in the days of steam.

The next thing downriver from there is Tintern Abbey, a world famous ruin from the Dissolution of the Monasteries under Henry VIII. Everywhere around here you will find history, from civil war sites to shipbuilding levees.

It is not hard to see why this is a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Come and look for yourself. Better still, stay a while, sit overlooking the river and enjoy local beer and food with great service and a great welcome.

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How Green Was Wye Valley (With apologies to Richard Llewellyn)

If you are visiting the Wye Valley, you will find stunning views wherever you go. The outside seating area of the Rose & Crown, Tintern is no exception. Overlooking the river, you can eat and drink while taking in the views, if you are lucky, our local otters or perhaps even a seal will put in an appearance.

Hills, fields and vineyards surround our pub, and you can see the old railway bridge that used to carry the products from Tintern's iron works back in the days of steam.

The next thing downriver from there is Tintern Abbey, a world famous ruin from the Dissolution of the Monasteries under Henry VIII. Everywhere around here you will find history, from civil war sites to shipbuilding levees.

It is not hard to see why this is a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Come and look for yourself. Better still, stay a while, sit overlooking the river and enjoy local beer and food with great service and a great welcome.
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Spring is just around the corner and boat trips to the Rose & Crown give you a great view

This night time picture of the pub was taken by a customer on an evening boat trip here. The lights reflecting on the water make a great sight and there is plenty of good food and drink when you get here.

We very often see boat trips from Chepstow mooring outside the pub so that passengers can enjoy their choice from our extensive menu and a few drinks before taking the tide back. Tide timetables are always available in the bar, so give us a call or click in the header of any page to send us an email and we can tell you when the tide times will be right for taking such a trip.

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Sally and Jason welcome you to the Rose & Crown. This historic pub is in the heart of Tintern, nestling in the beautiful Wye Valley. Visitors to the pub enjoy a very warm welcome, great food and a tempting selection of drinks served in a traditional pub atmosphere.

The pub is very popular with visitors and regulars alike and there is always lively conversation in the bar. Perhaps it is because of this conducive atmosphere that the Tintern Philosophy Circle chooses the Rose & Crown for its regular meetings.

Everything a pub should offer

  • Great food from snacks to steaks and more
  • Wide range of drinks including regular guest beers
  • Warm welcome and friendly, personal service
  • Roaring log fires
  • Regular live entertainment
  • Darts, crib and pool teams to join
  • Outside seating with river views
  • Free WiFi connection
  • Pets and children welcome
  • Mooring for visiting boat parties

Plenty to see and do in Tintern and the Wye Valley

There is accommodation available, and Tintern is a great base from which to explore the Wye Valley and Forest of Dean, with easy access to some of the most beautiful scenery around. If you are interested in history too, there is plenty around here to capture the imagination from Tintern's world famous abbey to iron and brass works from the very start of our industrial revolution.

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