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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. Great location, great facilities, brilliant golf courses
Two Rivers Lodge is set one mile from the historic town of Chepstow, close to the A48 Road. It features a restaurant, an outdoor eating area and a children’s play area. Very light comfy rooms.ideal accommodation
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... We got there early after 30 hours of travel. Staff fast-tracked our room so we could go to sleep. Lovely cozy pub on site. Great location. The hotel was built in 1650 - oldest coach hotel in Wales- lots of character. The room was small but had everything one needed. The locals really liked it too. The small pub was full of interesting people who had great local stories to tell.
47a - Townhouse B&B is a Georgian property offering accommodation in the heart of Chepstow, overlooking Chepstow Castle. Free WiFi is available throughout the property. A nice welcome, spotless, super breakfast. Exceptional value for money
This charming dwelling is situated 2 minutes’ drive from central Chepstow, a beautiful old town on the River Wye. My husband and I stayed here at the end of our stay in Britain and we definitely saved the best for last. It was by far the best place we stayed for our entire holiday. Beautiful room with an exceptional view over green fields. This is a family run property and the owners are very friendly and attentive to your every need. I would highly recommend a stay here, wonderful accommodation, wonderful staff and the lovely town of Chepstow.
Ideally placed between the historic towns of Monmouthshire and Chepstow. Tintern is in the heart of the Wye Valley, and all of the attractions it has to offer. Fantastic location, lovely views, good food
Offering free WiFi and sea views, The Retreat is an accommodation set in Woolaston. The accommodation is 35 km from Bristol. The holiday home is fitted with a TV.
Boasting a garden, The Outlook offers accommodation in Woolaston with free WiFi and sea views. The accommodation is 35 km from Bristol. The holiday home comes with a TV.
Willow Bach is situated in Portskewett and offers a garden. Guests staying at this holiday home have access to free WiFi. The holiday home features a TV.
Located in Shirenewton in the Gwent region, Clare's Cottage features a terrace. Guests have a private patio. This apartment is equipped with 1 bedroom, a flat-screen TV, and a kitchen with an oven.
On average, 3-star hotels in Chepstow cost US$82 per night, and 4-star hotels in Chepstow are US$119 per night. If you're looking for something really special, a 5-star hotel in Chepstow can on average be found for US$75 per night (based on Booking.com prices).
A small town with a good number of bars and restaurants which cater for all tastes. The town has a nice old-world feel to it. It also has an advantage in being well served by roads and trains (i.e. easy to get to). It is worth considering Chepstow as a staging post for trips to Cardiff: trains are regular and take just over 30 minutes whereas finding parking in Cardiff can take longer and cost as much as the train ticket.
The town was quirky but the castle was stunning. We could have spent the day there. And the Italian restaurant close to the Three Tuns was brilliant. All of some 75 -80 covers filled on a Friday night. Reasonable prices and first rate food
Lots to see and do. We were recommended an Italian restaurant by our hotel staff The PANEVINO its worth the trip just to go there to eat. Chepstow is the ideal location for walking the Wye valley and the Offas Dyke trail
Nice sized historical town with all the local shops, pubs and eateries that you could want. Friendly people despite being an Englishman supporting England against Wales in the 6 Nations Rugby (Wales did win) 😀 Sitar Balti is a must if you like Indian food, booking advisable.
Nice little town with plenty of great pubs, bed and breakfasts, restaurants and individual shops. Visit the three tuns for live music at the weekend. Plenty of car parking at reasonable rates and also accesible by train. Nice for walking around the castle or by the river.
Nice town - lots of places to eat and drink - though not all open in winter months. Good parking. Castle visit is a must as is Tintern Abbey close by. Museum is interesting also. It can be a bit steep in places.
9.7 Exceptional 46 reviews
This is a stunning place to stay with all the home comforts and more. Richard couldn't have done more to welcome us and cooked us an amazing breakfast while we sat and chatted. The room and bathroom were both very stylish and comfortable, and we also loved the games room with pool table, and the snug to relax. It's a little out of Chepstow but that didn't matter for us and it meant there was parking.
8.7 Fabulous 932 reviews
I always stay at the Two Rivers when visiting Chepstow. The pub / hotel is an ideal location for the NDAC, only a 10 minute drive away, and its nice to have a comfy room with a bath and decent food available after a long day's diving. The staff are friendly, the food is great and the rooms are clean and a good size (always book the family room).
9.3 Superb 223 reviews
Staff were friendly and cooked a great breakfast which offered a good choice of local ingredients. Accomodation was immaculate, well laid out and an enjoyable walk away from Chepstow town centre which had plenty of pubs/restaurants and some nice local shops.
8.4 Very good 436 reviews
The best place to stop in Chepstow by far . The food is simply fantastic and reasonably priced beers are great . The staff have got to be some of the best hotel staff I have ever come across . The rooms are imaculate .
9.7 Exceptional 103 reviews
Location is very close to Old town Centre and the Castle. Comfortably large bed, great shower TV & accessories. Breakfast was really special.
7.9 Good 243 reviews
Nice comfortable bed, the room was clean. The location was very good because right in the town centre.
9.0 Superb 135 reviews
Well located in a lovely area. Generous meals. Helpful staff. Third visit. Comfortable hotel.
8.5 Very good 439 reviews
Live music in the evening. Ideal location for chepstow racecourse and for the town centre.
8.4 Very good 1,142 reviews
We liked everything at the Hotel. We also liked the walking tour around the area.
7.4 Good 669 reviews
The hotel was fine for a short stay. Breakfast was good.
8.6 Fabulous 44 reviews
What a great find.2 minute walk into Chepstow Town Centre nothing too much trouble for Craig.Would highly recommend to people.
8.5 Very good 5 reviews
Friendly staff good clean room ideal location