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By Road

The M4, M48, M50 and A449 are all excellent roads that lead to Junction 24, M4. The Old Barn Inn at Llanmartin is less than two miles from this junction heading out on the old Langstone road towards Chepstow. Please view the specific road directions on the maps below. All major landmarks are highlighted. It is very important to note that if you are driving yourself there are very strict speeding restrictions in this area – please be careful.

From London and the South of England use the M4 and Second Severn Bridge Crossing. For the sentimentalists amongst you, you can also branch off a few miles out of Bristol along the M4 and use the M48 to cross the original Severn Bridge.
From the South West, England, use the M5, then the M4 South Wales. From Scotland, Northern England or The Midlands use the M6, M5, M50 and A449, which will lead you down to Junction 24, M4. For the latest traffic information on trunk roads and motorways in Wales visit www.traffic-wales.com

By Air

Cardiff and Bristol International Airports are both within a forty-minute drive. Birmingham International and London Heathrow Airport are just over two hours away – dependant on the motorway traffic!

Cardiff International Airport +44(0)1446 711111 - www.cwlfly.com

Bristol International Airport +44(0)870 1212747 - www.bristolairport.co.uk

Birmingham International +44(0)870 7335511 - www.bhx.co.uk

London Heathrow and London Gatwick are further away and luxury coach operators Flightlink provide a direct connection to Newport or Cardiff. www.nationalexpress.com

By Rail

There are railway stations at Cardiff, Newport, Caldicot and Chepstow, with main line services coming into the area from London, Bristol, Birmingham and Crewe. For travel information contact National Rail Enquiries on +44(0)8457 484950 (local rates apply). If you are phoning from overseas telephone +44 207278 5240 (international rates apply).

To book train tickets visit www.thetrainline.com

There are ferry connections from mainland Europe to the UK’s South and East coasts, as well as links from Ireland to ports in Wales.