The Rose & Crown, Tintern - What's New?

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If you can get out in these difficult times, the comfort and companionship of the local pub may be just the thing to keep your spirits up. The Rose and Crown, Tintern will be staying open as long as possible during the current health crisis, serving food and drinks as usual.

If the order comes to close, we will have to, but until then it's business as usual. Naturally we want everyone to keep healthy so normal consideration for others is key, so please follow advice to self-isolate if you have visited or been in touch with someone from a high risk area.

Even if you are self-isolated, you don't have to miss out on good food. While the current situation exists, we will be making selected items from our menu available for take-away orders. Call us for details.

Meanwhile, stay healthy, stay safe and we will look forward to seeing all our locals and visitors when normality is restored.

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Well, there's always the Ardman Animations modelling workshop at the Blake Theatre in Monmmouth tomorrow.

There are three, one hour sessions starting at 11am, 1pm and 3pm, and all children under 11 have to be accompanied by an adult.

So, how about popping in to the Rose & Crown for some Cracking Grub on the way home? Bring some plasticine so that the young (and maybe not so young) Wallis and Gromit fans can demonstrate their newly honed skills after lunch while you relax with a drink from our great selection of local beers and ciders.

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Our pub and rooms are set right next to the River Wye in the valley of Tintern just a few hundred metres from the impressive Tintern Abbey.

With such an idyllic setting, you should remember to bring your camera to capture those early mornings with the mist rising over the river, the fantastic sunsets and, of course, the wildlife.

With several rooms available, the Rose and Crown offers incredible breakfasts that are so good, people comment on them on our Face Book page!

We also offer great evening meals and an excellent range of ales and cider which our regulars will tell you all about with enthusiasm.

Do visit us soon, we're excited to meet you.

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Some recent work to put the old stable at the Rose & Crown to better use, revealed this lovely old stone floor, thought to date back to the 17th century.

With a quick brush up it will make a great feature for the pub's shed and log store. The building is fascinating in so many respects, having been here for a long time and has evolved through many phases.

Not only is it an interesting building in a beautiful location, you will also find a very warm welcome, a fine selection of ales, ciders and non alcoholic drinks along with what many have described as the best steaks in the Wye Valley.

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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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The greatest thing about living in Tintern, South Wales, is that the Rose and Crown is situation right next to the River Wye. Not a bus ride, or a walk away but right by it.

This means that while the spring sun shines, you can watch the wavelets rush past as you sip your pint. The sound of water is mesmerising and refreshing in equal measure; perfect for watching as you lose yourself in a day dreaming moment.

The next time you find yourself in Tintern - just 8 miles from Chepstow - why not pop by and say hello. You'll be thankful you did.

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Sally's smile and Jason's japes will keep you warm and welcome over the spring season, here at the Rose and Crown in Tintern.

Wales is known for the wonderful countryside, the hearty meals and the warmth of its inhabitants, and your next visit here will be just that.

With open fires when the chill is just a little, and craft ales when the sun shines bright, there's few things that can keep you away from the Rose and Crown.

Why don't you drop by soon? You'll be thankful you did.

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Have you ever spent time at a Bed and Breakfast and felt the warmth of the open fire at dinner in the evening? Or the warmth from smiles over a massive breakfast in the morning?

You have? Then you must know Sally and Jason from The Rose and Crown in Tintern!

Never has an overnight traveller been so well cared for as they are under Sally's watchful eye; where the ales are a golden hue, the music is often live and the conversation is topical and amusing.

This festive season is no different either. Sally and Jason will be welcoming everyone in with open arms, out of the cold and into the historical surroundings of the Rose and Crown.

Whether you are visiting before or after the festivities, you'll be sure to enjoy the same welcome.

Note: Christmas Day opening: 12-3pm for drinks only.

Merry Christmas and we'll see you very soon.

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In addition to the fine ales and enticing cuisine here, you can enjoy an excellent variety of sporting activities too.

The Rose & Crown prides itself on being the hub of the community, whether for the residents or those touring the area on bicycle, foot or vehicle.

You may even enjoy watching or participating in a weekly dart's match without our regulars, or discussing the local football teams' endeavours. But whatever brings you to this utterly beautiful part of the world, you can be sure of more than just a warm welcome.

You will see a side to Wales you may never have experienced before and we, at the Rose & Crown, are only too thrilled to provide it.

We look forward to seeing you very soon.

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October is with us and soon the days will be laced with dew, spiders webs and the occasional icy path. Yet despite the coolness of this season, you will get a beautifully warm welcome at The Rose and Crown in Tintern.

Known historically for the stunningly wonderful Abby, Tintern has many other offerings available to those visiting the area. No matter what time of year you choose to visit, you will never be disappointed in the Welsh countryside, the Wye snaking through it or, indeed, the gastronomical delights you'll receive at The Rose and Crown.

Speaking of the Wye, directly outside the front door of the pub is the river and so what other perfectly peaceful way can you think of to enjoy your pint than by sitting next to the river Wye on an autumn evening?

Make the right choice this autumn and visit us. Come for the day, the evening or overnight. Whatever you choose, you'll be thrilled you did.

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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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August, named after the first Roman Emperor Augustus, is now with us. We still have our beautiful summer weather, and a bank holiday to look forward this weekend. So while the summer sunshine is still beating down on us, why not make the most of it by enjoying the wares of the Rose & Crown in Tintern?

Emperor Augustus had the month August named after him because of all the fortunate things that happened to him in that month, so August is the month for fortunate things! Who knows? Maybe an evening sampling the food and drink at Sally and Jason's could be just the thing for you.

Fortune smiles on those who enjoy life so take an evening out at the Rose & Crown. You'll be glad you did. Simply click the header image on any page to send us an email.

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March is a great time for meals with the family, spending time with friends, or bringing family out for a treat at the pub. There are lots of celebrations this month, including the days celebrating the Saints St David and St Patrick, as well as Mothering Sunday. If you are a visitor to the Wye Valley at this time of year, it is a beautiful time to walk, paint, photograph or just look. Having done all that, you are likely to have worked up a decent appetite, so we reckon you will enjoy our menu of hearty traditional dishes, steaks, curries and specials, all satisfying and warming.

Our local customers, friends and families throughout the Tintern and the Wye Valley area will be taking advantage of our great food, company and atmosphere in our traditional pub.

Many photographers, artists and painters come and stay with us to make the most of the natural beauty of the area and early and late light. While here they enjoy the hospitality and comfort of our bed and breakfast rooms. Sally's breakfasts are legendary throughout the customer base and will certainly keep you going through a good day of walking.

If you would like to book a table for your family or group for one of the significant days in March, or just enjoy good food, drink, company, log fires and our welcoming atmosphere, call The Rose & Crown on 01291 689254 or click in the header of any page to send us an email.

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February is the month to celebrate pancakes and love, but while you are not being romantic or eating pancakes you can take a look at our meals with the family, spending time with friends, or just popping in for a pint and a bar meal.

Many of our customers are local customers, friends and families throughout the Tintern and the Wye Valley area, as well as visitors from all over the world.

This February many of those customers will be coming to us because of the great food, great company and great atmosphere in our traditional pub. Many photographers, artists and painters come and stay with us to make the most of the natural beauty of the area and early and late light. While here they enjoy the hospitality.

The specials board is absolutely crammed with hearty, warming winter dishes to comfort the chilly traveller, walker, cyclist, or angler, and there is a great choice of ales, ciders, wines and soft drinks to wash them down with.

If you would like to enjoy good food, drink, company, log fires and a welcoming atmosphere with the ones you love this February, call The Rose & Crown on 01291 689254

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Every time of change is a time of opportunity. This is very true of January, the perfect month to look back on the previous year and of course look forward to the coming one, make the most of the new year opportunities ahead. Janus, the Roman god who gave this month its name looks forward and looks back and, we are sure would appreciate the consistently high standards of meals with the family, spending time with friends. By focusing on our customers including local customers, friends and families throughout Tintern and the Wye Valley who come to us for the great food, company and atmosphere from our traditional pub. Many photographers, artists and painters come and stay with us to make the most of the natural beauty of the area and early and late light. While here they enjoy the hospitality.

Make a great start to the year ahead by booking a table for your family or group then sit back and enjoy good food, drink, company, log fires and welcoming atmospheres. All you need to do is call The Rose & Crown, 01291 689254 or click in the header of any page to send us an email, and relax.

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December is with us and winter is closing in, Christmas is just around the corner and this is always a popular time to think about meals with the family, spending time with friends. With limited time available before the whole country goes on holiday, many customers including local customers, friends and families throughout Tintern and the Wye Valley will be making the most of their last opportunities this year to benefit from the great food, company and atmosphere from our traditional pub. Many photographers, artists and painters come and stay with us to make the most of the natural beauty of the area and early and late light. While here they enjoy the hospitality, which has earned us our enviable reputation.

To book a table for your family or group so that you go into the holiday period enjoying good food, drink, company, log fires and welcoming atmospheres get in touch with The Rose & Crown, 01291 689254 or click the header image on any page to send an email.

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We all like a good laugh, and few film series have provided as many as the Carry On films.

Now, an enthusiastic band of laughter seekers will be gathering at the Rose & Crown on the third Wednesday of each month to watch a carry on film until we have seen all 31.

Not only will there be films and great company on offer, we also have an extensive selection of beers and ciders, wines, spirits and non-alcoholic drinks to lubricate your larynx for better chuckling. Also, in the spirit of the age, we will be providing fresh popcorn with optional choc-ices, just like there used to be when you were watching these great films at the cinema.

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It's fancy dress at the Rose & Crown on New Year's Eve! No themes, no formalities, you are free to come as anyone (or anything) you wish. This is your last chance for 2015 to be whoever you want to be for the night.

All the usual attractions, great food and drink, wonderful hospitality and a relaxed, informal party atmosphere are on offer. If it's cold, the log fires will be roaring so we will be warm inside while we see in the new year.

We are looking forward to seeing you (or whoever you come as) there. Meanwhile, have a wonderful Christmas.

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Christmas can be very hard work. in the last few days before the big event, it is possible to feel that you may not make it through to Christmas Day at all. To give yourself a bit of a reward and to keep you going, join us for our Christmas Supper Club on Tuesday the 22nd of December. Arrive at 6:00pm and sit down for a relaxing time enjoying a mouthwatering selection of local seasonal dishes, all expertly and lovingly prepared by Sam.

Christmas Supper Club Menu


  • Cream of Celeriac Soup
  • Vegetable crisps, curry oil & walnut bread
  • Ice Cold Manzanilla Sherry
  • Assiette of Severn Salmon
  • Smoked, with beetroot gravlax & rillettes
  • Dry Riesling or Ice Cold Vodka
  • Roast Madgetts Farm Goose
  • Goose fat roast potatoes, Severn Cider gravy & seasonal vegetables,
  • Chilean Pinot Noir
  • Chocolate three ways
  • Dark chocolate delice, milk chocolate mousse, white chocolate panna cotta,
  • Asti Spumante or Cognac
  • Welsh Cheeses
  • Pickled pear & biscuits
  • Madeira


Vegetarian Menu


  • Cream of Celeriac Soup
  • Vegetable crisps, curry oil & walnut bread
  • Ice Cold Manzanilla Sherry
  • Butternut Squash Rissoto
  • Sage cream reduction & Twineham Grange cheese crisp
  • Dry Riesling or Ice Cold Vodka
  • Confit Onion & Beetroot Tarte Tatin
  • Roast potatoes & seasonal vegetables
  • Chilean Pinot Noir
  • Chocolate three ways
  • Dark chocolate delice, milk chocolate mousse, white chocolate blondie
  • Asti Spumante or Cognac
  • Welsh Cheeses
  • Pickled pear & biscuits
  • Madeira


Places are limited and bookings are coming in fast, so get yourself booked in early to make sure of a place. There is only one sitting and this will be a long and leisurely evening of dining, so please arrive by six so that we are ready to serve at half past. Cost is just £29.95 per person with an optional suggested flight of wine at £22.95.

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Jason is off on a fishing trip from Plymouth this week and that means different things to different people. To Jason it means a day doing the thing he loves most of all. To the rest of us, it means that there will be a fantastic selection of fresh fish on the menu from Monday onwards.

Jason always brings home a good bag of cod, ling, whiting and pollack, all of which make it onto the menu in their own right. If we are really lucky, a conger eel or a shark is also in the box of goodies that come back to the Rose & Crown. The pan fried conger steaks are just out of this world. Try the fisherman's pie too if you really feel like a treat, and the battered cod bites with swet chilli sauce are so popular, you have to get your order in quickly.

For the best fresh fish selection in the Wye Valley, get along to the Rose & Crown just after one of Jason's fishing trips and you will be delighted.

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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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Tintern regulars and visitors alike were treated to a great night of heavy metal dished out by Children of the Gravy here at the Rose & Crown on Saturday night.

The Black Sabbath tribute band transported us all back to the golden age of metal and it as as if Ozzy himself was in the room.

Keep an eye on our calendar of events for more gigs as they unfold, or call us on the number above to find out what is going on in Tintern.

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Children of the Gravy is one of the finest Black Sabbath tribute bands out there. They will be playing here on November the 8th. This is a night not to be missed.

Get along early to make sure of a good spot to soak up the great classic metal sound and go home jangling from head to foot through good old fashioned rock overload. Clothing will be black, heads will be banging. Just for one night in Tintern, it WILL be 1970 again. Be a part of it!

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As with the Edinburgh Festival, the best entertainment is so often found at the Fringe. So it was this year with the Rose and Crown playing host to many of the musicians appearing at Tintern's Folk on the Lawn festival this year.

Informally dubbed 'The Fringe of the Lawn', for three nights the Roase & Crown bar was transformed into an impromptu folk venue, with artists from all over the UK taking it in turns to share songs of their home.

Wikka Bones made a huge impact with the locals by performing every night with songs ranging from their own new compositions to standard Irish folk classics that got the whole place dancing and singing along.

The Fringe of the Lawn has been gathering momentum for a few years now, and is definitely one of the attractions of the weekend. For a great time, great food and great beer to go along with the music, book into one of our rooms for next year's event and make sure of your place at the bar.

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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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These information boards are finding their way onto many tourism sites operated by Monmouthshire County Council. The one pictured is at the Old Railway Station in Tintern, about half a mile from the Rose & Crown.

The idea is that by using a simple touch-screen navigation menu, visitors to the Wye Valley can find places of interest, activities and, of course, places to eat, drink and stay, such as the Rose & Crown for example.

So, if you are visiting the Wye Valley and want some great food, entertainment, good beer, a great atmosphere and a comfortable place to stay, you can look up all the information you need on the kiosk.

Alternatively, you could just come straight here of course :-)

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Anglers are always welcome at the Rose & Crown. Fishing is Jason's great passion but he doesn't get as much time to do it as he would like. Well, busy pubs don't give you much time for anything other than work, so he is here in the bar, cellar or kitchen. However, in his mind he is fishing, so has added some angling decorations to the back bar in the shape of antique fishing tackle and pictures, including this one of a massive catfish he landed in France.

These days, when Jason does get out fishing, it is usually at sea off Plymouth so that whatever he catches can go on the menu, giving the Rose & Crown, the best selection of absolutely fresh fish dishes in the Wye Valley.

If you like to catch fish, talk about fish or eat fish, then the Rose & Crown, Tintern is well worth a visit.

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As of last week, the Rose & Crown, Tintern is a free house. This means that we can choose our own beers to offer the drinking public of the Wye Valley and all our visitors a wider choice.

The local area produces some fine beers and to start the ball rolling, we have installed Wye Valley Brewery products, Wye Valley Bitter, HPA and Butty Bach.

Coming soon, look out for Severn Ciders and beers from our very own local Brewery, Kingstone on draught and in bottles. All the regular favourites are still on offer, so pop in and try some of the new ales and ciders soon.

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Having spoken to the nice people at Murray's Minibus Hire and the organising club, costs for the Tintern Jolly Persons' outing to watch local bike racer, Neil Hesman at Oulton Park have been established.

Become a part of team Farkham Hall Racing for the weekend at one of Britain's finest and most historic circuits. Soak up the paddock atmosphere and watch a great programme of mototcycle races. Party Central every night in the paddock!

Based on a party of 12 people, the cost will be £75 a head for the entire weekend. This includes:

  • Luxury minibus travel to and from Oulton Park
  • Tickets for Friday practice, Saturday & Monday Racing
  • Dinner in the paddock Thursday, Friday and Sunday
  • Camping in the paddock (bring your own tent & sleeping bag)
  • Saturday night prizegiving party
  • Sunday circuit walk and all-day cook out
  • Behind the scenes look at a race meeting
  • Exclusive Farkham Hall teeshirt
  • Action packed race programme with 40+ races
  • Spectacular scenery
  • Friendly paddock atmoshphere
  • Use of all paddock facilities, showers etc..
Click here to download a poster.

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Jason is going out fishing on the boat Size Matters out of Plymouth again this week, hunting fresh fish for our restaurant.

Fishing off the wrecks, up to 65 miles out, the skipper can always be trusted to take anglers where the fish are. Jason always comes home with a good catch, this time, he expects to bring home cod and ling for the restaurant.

Give us a call to find out what the fish specials are this week, you will find some very good eating indeed. Fish just can't be fresher than this.

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The place was really jumping on Saturday when Outlaw'd played a stomping set of classic and modern rock covers to an enthusiastic crowd here at the Rose & Crown.

During an energetic performance, the band's guitarist made the most of just about every chair and table in the place to jump on and off, really getting in amongst the audience who joined in the jumping around with gusto.

We all hope to see Outlaw'd back here in Tintern again before too long for more high energy rock.

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The new mobile version of the Rose & Crown website goes live today. This means that you can now dip into the atmosphere and latest news from your favourite pub wherever you are.

Webinthebox® mobile sites present the most important and up to date information in a simplified layout that works with the lower resolution screens on mobile phones. You still get to keep up with who is playing who at what, when, as well as checking out the pictures from the latest party or gig in the pub without strainng your eyes.

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Saturday night saw us celebrate the birthdays of Jason and resident old git Neil in great style. The band Jester played a fine set and there was a lot of so-called dancing going on. The disappointment of Wales losing to Ireland was soon forgotten, washed away on a tide of beer and good food. The Irish contingent of two had a lot to celebrate as well. Cake was consumed and a good time was had by all.

During the evening, yards of ale were attempted by Chris Luff, Muingo Prentice and Jason, with Jason's yard disappearing in a very short space of time to prove himself the undisputed champion of this formidable event.

The accommodation rooms were all full and everyone waved a fond farewell to Tintern after a hearty breakfast on Sunday morning. The Rose & Crown is a great place to celebrate, so if you have a special event coming up, give us a call on the number shown above or click in the header of any page to send us an email and give your family and friends a night to remember.

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More high tides on their way! On Saturday February 1st, more high tides are expected to affect Tintern. The last high tide caused the River Wye to burst its banks and come across the Monmouth Road into the bar. This drew quite a crowd to gather for the half an hour or so of the flood. How about making a morning of it and meet up with friends in the bar of the Rose & Crown for a grandstand view and a great Floodwatch Full English Breakfast? It may be cold outside but you will always find a warm welcome at the Rose & Crown.

During the last flood, a video was posted on YouTube by Joanna Goodwin. This has now had over 12,000 views. The coming high tide could make it your turn to become an internationally known videographer by shooting your own movie from the pub. Make the most of the grandstand view of the area that the Rose & Crown gives you for viewing, photography and video.

The high tide is expected at just before 9 am but call us on 01292 689254 for up to date estimate of time and to book your place to watch the forces of nature at work. You can also click in the header of any page to send us an email. Booking early is advised as we are expecting a good turn out of locals and visitors.

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Last week's exceptionally high tides, combined with large amounts of rain caused the River Wye to burst its banks at Tintern on Saturday morning, flooding the bar of the Rose & Crown as well as many houses further up river from us.

The police arrived and closed the road to traffic for some time and road sweepers were out clearing up any silt that the flood waters had deposited on the main Chepstow to Monmouth road that runs past our door.

The level of the floods can clearly be seen gauged against the bathtub flower bed that lives in our riverside outdoor seating area. Luckily this is full of soil so couldn't float away.

Some YouTube footage, shot by a local has been requested by national media organisations, so Tintern floods are famous.

Naturally, none of the flooding caused any disruption in service here at the Rose & Crown where it was business as usual. However, the Tintern AFC match did get cancelled as the pitch was underwater. I did suggest that we bring on the sub, but was shouted at so kept my specialist football advice under wraps from then on.

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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.

Check out our calendar of events for more entertainments coming to the Rose and Crown soon.

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