Cheap Hotels in Chepstow
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. Each room here will provide you with a TV. There is also an electric kettle. Featuring a shower, private bathroom also comes with a hairdryer and free toiletries. Extras include ironing facilities. The Coach and Horses pub has won the Camra Real Ale Pub of the Year Award for 2011, 2012, 2013 and 2014. The shops and restaurants of central Chepstow can be found within 10 minutes' walk of the property. The inn is 5 miles from Tintern Abbey and and a 13-minute drive from Caldicot Castle. Bristol Airport is 25 miles away.
Dating back to the 1600s, The Three Tuns is set overlooking Chepstow Castle. Retaining its charming original features, the inn offers traditional accommodation, live music on weekends, homemade food and a pretty beer garden. Rooms feature antique furniture, exposed wooden beams and floorboards and original fireplaces. Each includes a flat-screen TV, tea and coffee making facilities and free Wi-Fi. A full English or continental breakfast is served daily at The Three Tuns. The inn uses local ingredients, offering a relaxed bar menu and roast dinners on Sundays. Guests enjoy views of the castle from the beer garden and live music on Saturday evenings and Sunday afternoons. You can reach Chepstow Racecourse by car in 5 minutes from the inn, while Chepstow Train Station is less than 10 minutes’ walk away. Ancient Chepstow is set at the foot of the Lower Wye Valley in an area of outstanding natural beauty. With free private parking, The Three Tuns is only 17 miles from Bristol and 35 minutes’ drive from Cardiff.
With wonderful views across Chepstow Castle, the dog-friendly, 300-year old The Woodfield Arms offers en-suite rooms with flat-screen LCD TVs. There is free Wi-Fi throughout. The 18th-century building houses spacious rooms with private modern bathrooms. Some rooms have original features, and all have fresh towels and traditional decor. The bar offers real ales and world wines, and hearty cooked breakfasts are also available daily. The Woodfield Arms is situated in the town of Chepstow, on the English/Welsh border by the scenic banks of the River Wye. Chepstow Railway Station is just a 10-minute walk from the hotel.
This charming dwelling is situated 2 minutes’ drive from central Chepstow, a beautiful old town on the River Wye. It has free Wi-Fi and free parking on site, and is within easy driving distance of 2 championship golf courses. Willowbrook Accommodation is 2 miles from Chepstow Castle, which dates back to the 11th century, and is the oldest surviving stone castle in Britain. You can also enjoy a walk to the river and through the woods and gently sloping countryside. Willowbrook offers cosy rooms with picturesque countryside views. Each also benefits from a flat-screen TV and tea and coffee making facilities. Some rooms come with self-catering facilities. A full Welsh or continental breakfast is available in the morning, served in the conservatory. Alternatively, there are a range of pubs and restaurants in the town centre, just 5 minutes’ drive away.
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. The poet Wordsworth described Wye as the most romantic valley in Wales. Little has changed since he penned those lines and the Wye river still wends its way by Tintern, its abbey and forest. The Wye Valley Hotel is a three star country inn, which dates back to 1835 when it was a small alehouse known as The Carpenters Arms. In 1909 the building was renamed and extended to its current form. Both the bar and restaurant are open to non-residents and is popular with locals and tourists alike. Using fresh local produce, we aim to provide a range of food to suite your individual tastes - from bar snacks to a la carte meals. Special dietary requirements are catered for on request. With a total of nine en suite rooms the owners, Sue and Barry Cooke, pride themselves on being available to give individual attention to their guests to ensure that their stay is as relaxing and enjoyable as it can possibly be.
This hotel is located just 18 km from Aztec West and Almondsbury and it is 55 km to Cardiff or Bristol. Chepstow is some 5 minutes away by car from the hotel. Bristol International Airport and Cardiff Airport are approximately 47 km and 74 km away, respectively, and Birmingham International Airport is around 156 km away from the establishment. With breathtaking views, 162 hectares of picturesque parkland and a stunning 14th-century manor, the 132-room conference hotel is an idyllic retreat. It offers wireless Internet access throughout the building and there is sauna and gym. In addition to a lobby area with 24-hour reception and check-out services, a hotel safe, cloakroom and lift access to the upper floors, further facilities available to guests at this air-conditioned accommodation include a café, TV lounge and a restaurant, as well as conference facilities, a laundry service and a car park. In addition to a private bathroom with a shower and hairdryer, in-room amenities include a direct dial telephone, satellite/cable TV, a radio, hi-fi and Internet access. Further standard features of accommodation units include a minibar, tea and coffee making facilities and an iron and ironing board, as well as a double or king-size bed, individually regulated air conditioning and heating units, and a safety deposit box. Guests can enjoy a dip in the hotel's indoor swimming pool, warm up in the sauna or head to the gym for a workout.
The First Hurdle Guest House Hotel
A 4-minute drive from Chepstow Racecourse, The First Hurdle Guest House has a town centre location 5 minutes’ walk from Chepstow Castle. This 18th-century guest house offers free Wi-Fi and a full cooked breakfast. Each room has a TV, wardrobe and tea and coffee facilities. All have an en suite shower. Cooked breakfast is provided each morning at The First Hurdle Guest House. Many pubs, cafés and restaurants can be found in the town. Around 2 miles from the Severn Bridge, Chepstow is a 25-minute drive from both Bristol and Newport. The town is home to the National Diving Centre and Chepstow Museum, which is a 4-minute walk from this guest house. The 12th-century Tintern Abbey is just over 5 miles away.
Two Rivers By Marston's Inn Hotel
No.8 Accommodation Hotel
Located in Chepstow Town Center, No8 Chepstow is a perfect starting point from which to explore Chepstow. Featuring a satisfying list of amenities, guests will find their stay at the property a comfortable one. Service-minded staff will welcome and guide you at No8 Chepstow. Each guestroom is elegantly furnished and equipped with handy amenities. The property offers various recreational opportunities. For reliable service and professional staff, No8 Chepstow caters to your needs.
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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 â€˜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.
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 â€“ for every paying adult, a kid under 17 goes free.
Strolling around historic buildings can be very enjoyable â€“ 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 â€˜water walking' inside zorb balls, as well as Segway hire, and an interactive cinema experience.
Keepers Lodge Clay Shoot is suitable 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.
Frequently asked questions about Hotels in Chepstow
What are the most booked hotels in Chepstow?The Three Tuns, Willowbrook Guesthouse and The Woodfield Arms are some of the popular hotels in Chepstow.
What is the lowest price for a double room in Chepstow?The cheapest price for a double room in Chepstow is £60, offered by The Coach and Horses Inn.
If I want to stay in the center of Chepstow, which hotels shall I consider?The best hotels near the center of Chepstow are The Three Tuns, The Woodfield Arms and The Coach and Horses Inn.
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