The best places for an Easter break near Days Inn Magor

13 April 2019

With the warmer weather approaching and the school holidays in full swing, Easter is the perfect time to get the whole family together and make lasting memories in the sunshine.

Here are the best places for an Easter break near Days Inn Magor.

1. Magor and its surroundings

Right on your doorstep from Days Inn is the large village of Magor.

Although the village itself is quiet, you have all your immediate amenities to make your stay comfortable and enjoyable. Head over to the neighbouring village of Goldcliff to enjoy a cuppa and a cake in the Seawall Tea Rooms.

If you fancy an afternoon of walking in the local area, RSPB Newport Wetlands is a protected bird habitat with beautiful scenery, wildlife and a children’s play area.

2. Newport

Just a short distance from Days Inn Magor is the city of Newport.

From art galleries to bowling, there’s enough activities in the city to keep the whole family occupied this Easter break.

Indulge in some retail therapy Friars Walk Shopping Centre by the River Usk, where you’ll find all your favourite high street shops and restaurants in a beautiful, clean and modern setting.

3. Cardiff

Another great Welsh city in reach of Days Inn Magor is Cardiff. You can take advantage of the city’s shops, cafes, bars and restaurants.

Or if you’d rather take in the history of this great city, there’s a reasonably priced Hop-On Hop-Off bus tour, Cardiff Castle with historic elements dating back to Roman times, or panoramic views of Cardiff bay to be seen with a 1-hour boat tour.

4. Cotswolds

If it’s an outdoor adventure and some truly breathtaking scenery your after this Easter, then look no further than the Cotswolds, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty just an hour away from Days Inn Magor.

Spend a day or two soaking up some of the Cotswolds’ 100 miles of beautiful landscape. Immerse yourself in the rolling hills, stone cottages and thousands of years of history.

Our top picks include visiting Sudeley amd Beverstone Castles, but, there are loads of ways to explore this exquisite area. You can either take a guided tour (including cycling or horse riding) or choose from the many routes available and do your own walking tour.

5. Bath

Bath is a beautiful place to visit all year round, but the milder weather of the springtime makes it a top pick for an Easter break in thes south-east.

Although Bath is quiet compared to neighboring Bristol, this quaint and charming city is perfect for all the family to explore.

Spend the day walking the Georgian streets, taking in the abundance of heritage. The Roman Baths and its accompanying museum should not be missed, and if you have time, check out the American Museum and Gardens, Jane Austen Centre and Victoria Art Gallery, all packed with history and culture.

Wrapping up

The south-west is a popular place all year round, and hopping across the Welsh border to Days Inn Newport Magor is a convenient location to visit all there is to see in the nearby area.

Take the family away this Easter for a break in the south-west, and don’t forget to book with Days Inn.

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