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Chepstow sits cradled by the River Wye, just over the Welsh border with Gloucestershire and close to where the Severn Bridge crosses the River Severn. Whether you are visiting for the world-famous golf course or the equally well-known horse racing you will find this attractive market town is as easy to reach with a flight as it is easy on the eye when you arrive. Enjoy the splendid castle perched above the town and make sure you take in the bustling farmer’s market that is held regularly. Here’s how to catch your flight to Chepstow.
Cardiff Airport is close to the centre of Cardiff. Located in the Vale of Glamorgan at Rhoose, the airport is just 45 miles from Chepstow.
If you have arranged your car rental with Expedia you can pick up your car and head for the M4 as soon as you are off the plane: you can be in Chepstow in about an hour.0
There are more than a million passengers taking flights from or to Cardiff Airport every year. The airport offers everything that you will need: there are hotels on its doorstep, ATMs, places to change money, shops, restaurants, cafes and plenty of places to freshen up.
There are more than 14 airlines whose flights use Cardiff and direct flights are available both within Europe and internationally.
The most popular flights within the UK are those from Edinburgh, Glasgow International, Belfast, Aberdeen and Newcastle. UK flights to Cardiff Airport generally take an hour.
Your other alternative airport for flights to Chepstow is Bristol. Bristol Airport is located at Lulsgate Bottom in North Somerset, about 8 miles southwest of Bristol city centre.
Bristol Airport is actually closer to Chepstow than Cardiff: by road it’s only a 25 mile drive along the A38 before you cross into Wales and the warm welcome of Chepstow. It will take just under an hour to get there.
Flights to Bristol are available from domestic and international destinations. These include, for the UK and Ireland: Belfast-International, Edinburgh, Glasgow-International, Guernsey, Inverness, Isle of Man, Jersey, and Newcastle upon Tyne.
Fans of horse racing will want to time their visit to coincide with one of the many occasions that the turf is being pounded by the galloping hooves, but for others, with a more historical bent, the Chepstow Festival in July makes the most of the town’s Norman castle to offer medieval re-enactments, pageantry and plenty of drama set against the impressive backdrop of the stone fortifications.
Whenever you choose to fly: enjoy your stay.