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Cheap Hotels in Chepstow

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St Pierre Park
2.4 Miles from the centre

Stay in one of 148 guestrooms featuring Smart televisions. Your pillowtop bed comes with premium bedding, and all rooms are furnished with sofa beds. Wireless Internet access (surcharge) keeps you connected, and digital programming is available for your entertainment. Private bathrooms with shower/tub combinations feature complimentary toiletries and hair dryers.

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per night from £75
(price for Tue, 30 Apr)

The First Hurdle Guest House Hotel

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276 reviews by TrustYou
9-10 Upper Church Street
< 0.1 Miles from the centre

Make yourself at home in one of the 12 guestrooms.

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per night from £60
(price for Tue, 30 Apr)

No. 8 Accommodation Hotel

8 Lower Church Street
0.1 Miles from the centre

This smoke-free bed & breakfast offers complimentary parking nearby.

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per night from £80
(price for Tue, 30 Apr)

Hotels in Chepstow

At the border between England and Wales, Chepstow sits alongside the River Wye. In the Middle Ages it was an important port, bringing wine into the country. Today, it's the gateway to the Gloucestershire countryside and coast.

Hotels in Chepstow primarily offer plain and simple hospitality. Rooms are cosy and unfussy, and most are close to the town's tourist information centre.

Exploring Wales from Chepstow

Chepstow is proud to be a ‘Walkers Are Welcome' town, and the council provides suggestions for local walking routes. The town isn't far from the Forest of Dean, also just on the border, with over 42 square miles of woodland to explore.

The Wales Coast Path starts and finishes in the town, taking in the Severn Estuary and a picnic area at Blackrock. At 870 miles long in total, the whole route is the UK's longest uninterrupted path along the coast.

To venture a bit further, set off from Chepstow rail station in the direction of Cardiff Central or Maesteg. The train to Cardiff takes just under an hour.

Local events

Chepstow Castle is the UK's oldest surviving stone castle built after the Roman era. You can take a tour of the Grade I listed structure or walk out along the battlements.

There are monthly cinema nights at The Drill Hall, a community arts venue, which also hosts local drama groups and book/poetry readings.

A grand day out in Chepstow draws hundreds of people to town for the horse racing. As well as betting at one of the regular meets at the Chepstow Racecourse, you can enjoy post-race parties and live music. Take the whole family – for every paying adult, a kid under 17 goes free.

Activities

Strolling around historic buildings can be very enjoyable – if you're in a more energetic mood, Chepstow's just as appealing. When the weather's a little chilly for outdoor pursuits, head to the town's leisure centre.

The National Diving and Activity Centre of Wales is also based in Chepstow. It offers boat tours, scuba diving and ‘water walking' inside zorb balls, as well as Segway hire, and an interactive cinema experience.

Keepers Lodge Clay Shoot is suiSEOSITE_LEVEL_DESCRIPTION for those of all experience levels. There's a public clay pigeon shoot every fortnight, held at their dedicated, safe and well maintained shooting range.

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