The historic Roman village of Caerleon is a highly sought-after place to live, not only due to its rich heritage but also for it’s great schools, places to eat and road links to the M4, Usk and Cwmbran for commuters.

The village attracts thousands of visitors each year from all over the world visiting the Roman landmarks including the remains of the amphitheatre, barracks and baths which date back to around 74AD.


There are four schools in Caerleon - Caerleon Lodge Hill Junior School, Caerleon Endowed School, Charles Williams Church in Wales Primary School, and Caerleon Comprehensive School. A Level attainment at Caerleon is now placed in the top quartile of performance for the majority of subjects when compared with other schools in England and Wales. In fact, 94 per cent of last year’s Year 13 have taken up university places with 52 per cent of these gaining places at Sutton 30 universities, which is a school record.

Events and leisure

Being located a stone’s throw away from the Celtic Manor Resort, there’s plenty to see and do at the world famous five-star luxury resort, including golf, the Forest Jump tree top course and its spas.

Every July the village hosts a festival, and 2018 will see its 16th anniversary. For 10 days in the beginning of July, there will be a wide variety of fun-filled events that all the family can enjoy, ranging from literature, live music, crafts, theatre shows, as well as plenty of food and drink.

Places to eat

Caerleon has some of the most popular restaurants in the Newport area, which include Los Reyes Tapas Bar, The Bell Inn, The Ship Inn, The Hanbury Arms, The Priory, The Snug and Curro’s to name but a few - you’re spoilt for choice really!

What does it cost?

Currently on the current market (, prices range from £100,000 for a two-bedroom flat at Cambridge Court, up to £1,150,000 for a three-bedroom house at Broadway Farm, with the average house price at around £184,334. Council tax ranges from £ 825.04 for Band A to £ 2,887.64 for Band I.