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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. facilities, breakfast, staff and the history behind the main building
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... Wonderful place, everything is very clean and the staff are so friendly.
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. The room was very spacious and clean .well decorated modern family room ,very nice ,the beds were very comfortable.
A 4-minute drive from Chepstow Racecourse, The First Hurdle Guest House has a town centre location 5 minutes’ walk from Chepstow Castle. very friendly, clean and well located. very good value. the room had evidently been updated and freshly painted without being too twee or overdone. staff was very nice and friendly.
Set in Chepstow, 30 km from Cabot Circus and 30 km from Bristol Zoo Gardens, Parkfield (Chepstow BnB) provides accommodation with amenities such as free WiFi and a flat-screen TV. I found the owners very welcoming and nothing was too much trouble especially as I'm Vegan. Elizabeth went out of her way to prepare the most delicious and healthy breakfasts during my stay. All the guests were treated like one big family and I would definitely recommend a stay here.
Located 24 km from Bristol Parkway Station, Sedbury Farm Cottages provides accommodation with free WiFi and free private parking. I LOVED this accommodation. It was so lovely, clean, quiet and such an amazing area of Sedbury. The beds were so comfortable, the facilities were beyond what we expected and it felt like home away from home.
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. Very comfortable and roomy. The common area is a bonus with a full kitchen for guests use and a front parlor area too. Lots of character and a great location.
Located in Chepstow, Broadrock Accommodation - Clock Cottage & The Loft offers self-catered 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.
St Arvans where the B&B is located is brilliant for exploring southwards to Chepstow Castle or northward to Tintern Abbey. All would be walkable if one visits in longer daylight hour (than our winter break). Thankfully hosts were very accommodating with early breakfast so we could capitalise on the availabile daylight hours. As you'd always be best to not be on remote footpaths after dark. The return walk from Chepstow offers good pavement on A466 for post daylight return on foot. Routes north probably daylight hours only.
Chepstow is an interesting place with great walks to and from it. Lovely independent cafes and shops, but there is main Tescos in the town centre for those going self catering. The quarry walk is really awesome, and Chepstow is also very close to Symonds Yat and Forest of Dean. If travelling to Cardiff, there is a direct train. And for those who can't do without a gym, visit Derek's Gym in the town centre.
Small town on a hill going down to the river, lots of pubs and places to eat, recommend Panevino in Bridge Street for excellent Italian food. Castle walls, castle, riverside walk. Lovely for a weekend.
The Town centre is quaint but quite small, there are plenty of nice little craft shops and cafes - Tiffin tea and coffee room offered a nice light lunch. The castle and museum are well worth visiting and if the weather is suitable the walking trails nearby are beautiful and scenic, particularly the Offa's Dyke Path trail. There was some decent night life on the Friday night; a few pubs had some good live bands.
Lovely old town which could be far better publicised. The local council are not doing a good job as far as I can see. It is set in beautiful countryside with a historic castle and a number of old interesting buildings and a lot of good pubs and restaurants very close to the town. But instead, all you see is a run down dump of a centre.
A beautiful town and area to visit. Town centre is small but has an interesting array of high street names and independent stores. Ideal place for some historical visits at the castle or just enjoying the nature of the Wye Valley. Plenty of cafes and pubs available to relax in.
Great location approx. 20 mins walk/6 mins drive to Chepstow town centre. Lovely and quiet rural location.Plenty of parking space on-site. Spacious accomodation with a nice modern well equipped kitchen and en-suite bathroom, with roomy shower cubicle.Contact no. provided for host and prompt response when contacted.
As an old coaching inn the hotel had lots of character and its town center Location ideal for town exploring and as a base for Wye Valley & Forest of Dean exploring too.
Very comfortable and roomy. The common area is a bonus with a full kitchen for guests use and a front parlor area too. Lots of character and a great location.
Close to town centre, parking close by, staff very friendly and accommodating, would seriously consider stopping again if in the area
Excellent location with nice view. Clean flat and well kept garden. Short walk into town. Swift responses to emailed queries.
Great town centre location. Breakfast included. Room adequate with comfortable bed. Charlotte personable and helpful.
This rustic hotel in a building constructed in 1620 is in a perfect location for sightseeing in Chepstow.
great location in Chepstow, lovely room, great comfy bed, highly recommended