The Queen's Hotel

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The Queen's Hotel
19 Bridge Street
Newport
Gwent
NP20 4AN
Phone

01633 844900

Opening Times*

Mon - Tue: 7am to 12am

Wed: 7am to 2am

Thu: 7am to 1am

Fri - Sat: 7am to 3am

Sun: 7am to 12am

Facilities
Awarded a Food Hygiene Rating of 5
Accommodation
Broadcasts Live News
Children Welcome
Meeting Facilities
Music in the Evening
TV Screens
Wifi
*Please note: actual opening hours are subject to change. For confirmation, please contact the pub.
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About this Pub
This pub opened on: 17 Jul 2009
Type: Lloyds No.1 Bar
Pub History

This grade II listed building was built in 1863, named after Queen Victoria (the reigning monarch) and dominated the western end of Bridge Street - which soon became known as Queen's Square.

This grade II listed building was built in 1863, named after Queen Victoria (the reigning monarch) and dominated the western end of Bridge Street - which soon became known as Queen's Square. The Queen's Hotel was the work of Henry Pearce Bolt. Originally a stonemason from Devon, Bolt lived in Newport for several years, where his work made him a builder of some renown. Bolt built his own home in the nearby hamlet of Christchurch and named it Hatherleigh House, after the village of his birth. He later served as Mayor of Newport (1875-76) and gave his name to Bolt Street, Pillgwenlly, as well as Bolt's Row, Chepstow Road.

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