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With breathtaking views across 400 acres of picturesque parkland, this elegant 14th-century manor has 2 golf courses, a fitness club, a spa, superb meeting facilities and 2 on-site restaurants. Beautiful old home turned to hotel, lovely grounds. Staff provided fresh towels, water and cookies daily!
Centrally situated within historic Chepstow, The Beaufort Hotel offers a range of single, double and family accommodation, within walking distance of Chepstow Racecourse, Chepstow Castle, and the... Lovely friendly staff. Clean room. Nice atmosphere. Great location. Cozy lounge.
A 4-minute drive from Chepstow Racecourse, The First Hurdle Guest House has a town centre location 5 minutes’ walk from Chepstow Castle. Breakfast, rooms and Location were spot on and the greeting on arrival was first class. They couldn't do enough for us and the Pizza's and breakfast were amazing, thank you.
Found in a building that dates back 500 years, The Coach and Horses Inn offers bed and breakfast accommodation in Chepstow. Free WiFi access is accessible, and free parking is possible nearby. very helpful staff, comfortable bed, good food right near the race curse which was our reason for being there
Located 9 km from Tintern Abbey, No8 Chepstow provides accommodation with a shared lounge, a garden and a shared kitchen for your convenience. Free WiFi is provided. No8 Chepstow offers a terrace. Lovely old building style with excellent job on restoration , very well organized and very helpful staff.
Located in Chepstow, Broadrock Accommodation - Clock Cottage & The Loft offers B&B accommodation in the Wye Valley. Bristol and Cardiff are a 40-minute drive from the property. Lovely clean accommodation, bathroom with roll top bath and shower was perfect.
I can't believe I have never visited Chepstow. It's a lovely town with lots of pubs, great walking along the river. You also have the Castle & Museum, and not too far away is Tintern Abbey. We ate out at the George Hotel. Food was excellent.
I know Chepstow well as I used to live in the area. It is an ideal place for visiting the Wye Valley and the Forest of Dean. Quiet at night. Usual range of big shops, several supermarkets, a Wetherspoons, a river walk and smaller boutique type shops.
Chepstow is a quaint place to stay with lots of boutique type shops and interesting statues , banks, paving etc but we struggled with the one way system through the town and on one occasion travelled through the town 3 times before finding our way back to the main road ....
Not a great deal to do in the town itself, but we enjoyed looking around the castle and museum. Check opening times though as the museum isn't open every day and the castle closes for lunch! We also enjoyed walking from Chepstow on the Offa's Dyke path across the river. Some good choice of restaurants given the size of the town. We would strongly recommend the Panevino Italian restaurant by the river - but you may need to book. Worth sitting outside and watching the tide come in or out.
Such a friendly and stunning town. Full of charm and history and locals are so warm and welcoming. The castle is a must! Have to make time for a delicious pizza at stone rock, just scrumptious and the best I’ve ever had.
We went during the heat wave so enjoyed the hotel's facilities until the weather changed. The swimming pool was essential. The Anchor Inn has a fabulous view of Tinturn (as we hadn't booked we felt we saw it fine from there) and it did great burgers and chips with good service. We walked to the Devils Pulpit from a forestry carpark that was an easy half hour walk and had spectacular views
The Pub is in a very good location in Chepstow being a short walk to the Castle and to the town. We stayed in room 1 which was very quirky however being such an old building the flooring is not the best being very uneven, but not so bad that we wouldn’t stay here again and this was in fact the 4th time we have stayed here. The bed was very comfy and we had a good nights sleep. The breakfast was excellent and my gluten free diet was very well catered for.
The cottage has a real secluded feel, yet only a 30 minute walk into Chepstow. The self-catering facilities were perfect, the house was warm, comfortable, clean and there was plenty of space. I'd highly recommend this for groups of friends or a quiet weekend break.
Love it! Jane was so amazing, cooked us a meal every morning and treated us like family. The rooms were wonderful and spacious. Location was central in town and very close to wye river. Make sure you get a beer from Coach and horses. Would totally stay again.
The hotel is situated in a great location adjacent the castle and a short walk to the the bridge. The room was very clean and the breakfast was excellent. We would definately stay there again if ever we are in the area.
Hotel was central to Chepstow town centre and a good base (easily within walking distance) for both our visit to the race course and the our evening out. Staff friendly and helpful.
Excellent location with nice view. Clean flat and well kept garden. Short walk into town. Swift responses to emailed queries.
Beautiful old home turned to hotel, lovely grounds. Staff provided fresh towels, water and cookies daily!
Needs a smoking area away from the building as stairwell and enterance smelt really badly of cigarettes
Central to Chepstow town centre and easy access to the m4 motorway