Labuan Guest House is situated on the Chepstow Road in the Beechwood area of Newport, just a few minutes' drive from Junction 24 of the M4 in Newport. Newport is surrounded by beautiful countryside.
The area itself offers some fine places of interest to visit.
There are many castles and mansions in the Newport area, including the Roman fortress in Caerleon, where you can enjoy a historical day out.
Newport itself offers its own castle, cathedral, Transporter Bridge and a fine Manor House -Tredegar House.
Penarth is definitely worth a visit, which is in the Vale of Glamorgan, 5.2 miles south west from the city centre of the Welsh capital city of Cardiff, with its beautifully restored Victorian Pier and lovely walks.
Close-by is the Roman village of Isca, Caerleon, with its Roman History Museum. (Entry is free).
To the west, the vibrant city of Cardiff with its splendid Cardiff Castle, Cardiff Bay and Welsh Folk Museum at St. Fagans (entry is free).
To the east is the magnificent Wye Valley which has panoramic views of the area, Chepstow Castle and Tintern Abbey.
Labuan Guest House is also ideally located within a short drive of the Newport International Sports Village.
For the twitchers out there, close by is the Newport Wetlands Centre which is a nature reserve with a haven of wildlife with wonderful views of the Severn estuary. There is also a RSPB visitor centre, a café, shop and children’s play area.