Hotels @ Chepstow
Just across the border from Gloucestershire you will find the attractive Welsh market town of Chepstow nestling in a bend of the River Wye.
Chepstow is home to a world-famous horseracing course, a stunning Norman castle and offers easy access to the countryside of Wales and the city delights of Bristol. Whether you are looking for a hotel with river views, views of the imperious castle or you are here for golf or the horses, there is a hotel that will suit your needs.
Hotels With a Touch of Romance
The Norman castle that perches on the top of cliffs overlooking the town could be the very stuff that your dreams can be made on if you choose a hotel with this ancient stone fortress in sight. It is said that King Arthur and his men are sleeping in a cave nearby, waiting to awake should the nation ever be in peril again, so you can sleep soundly knowing you are well protected.
You can choose from the luxury of a hotel in a delightfully converted period building which offers modern comfort inside its historic walls, or opt from some equally welcoming options that do not charge such a princely sum for the splendid views. Whichever hotel you choose the romance of the castle will be right behind you and reward each visit you choose to make.
Hotels With a River View
Chepstow is cradled by the tender flow of the River Wye and many of its hotels allow you to enjoy its scenic charms. In fact, wherever you stay near the centre of town the river will never be too far away. Your choice includes a hotel in a 16th century inn close to the 21st century shops and restaurants, numerous family-run guesthouses offering Welsh breakfasts to really get your day started on the right foot and many other hotels that place the amenities of the town and the attractions of the river within the shortest of strolls.
Hotels for Golfers
Perhaps the finest 19th hole in the world exists just outside town in the shape of a 14th century manor now earning its keep as a luxury spa hotel. Set within 400 acres of landscaped parkland in the rolling hills of the Wye Valley the hotel contains in its spacious grounds one of the top UK golfing destinations, the Old Course at St Pierre. If you are visiting on business there’s comprehensive conference facilities and meeting rooms, but between the fine dining, golfing and spas are you really going to find the time to tick those items off the agenda?
Horses for Courses
For those who want to time their visit to Chepstow to have a flutter on the horses there are some wonderful hotels in Chepstow that will place you close to the finishing line of the world-famous racecourse here. Your best bet are those near the centre of town from which it’s a 30 minute walk or a 5 minute drive north of town.
Hotels in Chepstow
Chepstow hotels offer everything from the historic to the modern, the luxury to the comfortable and the rural to the central. However you want to visit, enjoy your stay.