Chepstow Hotels

Chepstow is a town in Monmouthshire Wales which joins the border with Gloucestershire, it found on the River Wye close to the confluence with the River Servern and close to the western end of the Severn Bridge. It is a town that is very much in the process of reinventing itself whilst boasting a proud history it is welcoming droves of visitors to its picturesque centre through a number variously presented Chepstow Hotels.

The Town is well situated being on the M48 and 16 miles east of Newport and 124 miles west of London. Chepstow castle is the oldest surviving stone castle in Britain and is the symbol that makes its skyline so notable it is here that the Welsh Grand National is held. Its town centre has over 130 shops within walking distance of 1000 car park spaces and is populated with a fascinating range of bars, pubs, restaurants and pavements cafes.

The city is home to a new community hospital and has seen the introduction of several new housing estates. The town centre has had over two million pounds spent on it and this has resulted in the introduction of several new sculptures including a boatman and other public works of art these have received several national awards. The area that edges the river has been attractively landscape as part of a flood defence scheme, the town is also home to biennial festival and annual folk festival, and there is a local museum and many yearly pageants.

Day's outings may be taken into the Forest of Dean and the Wye Valley and Tintern Abbey is only 5 miles away, many residents of the town commute to Bristol, Newport and Cardiff. It is amongst this vivid tapestry and strongly strategic position that visitors will find a comprehensive catalogue of varying class Chepstow Hotels. These Hotels are engineered to suit all visitors to the town for business purposes, for short tourist breaks, for family vacations and for wedding celebrations.

The Hotels are presented through a range of architectural styles ranging from historic to strikingly modern from city centre to outskirts and country encompassed. The Hotels found in the surrounding countryside offer dramatic settings and very often historic buildings remodelled to create sumptuous accommodations and luxury facilities sometimes hosting expansive therapeutic Spas where skilled therapist perform therapeutic treatments in deluxe surroundings.

Low cost air flights have made the town even more accessible allowing more travellers to investigate its historic past and enjoy this convenient platform to the beauty of Wales. The Luxury Hotels offer airport transfer, however guests may take advantage of car hire or taxi services all readily available. Foyers, entrances and lobbies may be described through modern streamlines or detailed in dark wood panel ambient lighting, log fires and fresh flowers.

Accommodations provide arrange of convenient en suite bedrooms that offer the perfect answers for commuters whilst luxury suites may suit the honey moon couple. The rooms are stylishly decorated and provide seating, dining and work areas master bedrooms provide king size beds, queen and twins and families are offered connecting rooms. Bathrooms are modern and well fitted.

The Chepstow Hotels host some of the finest restaurants in the town and present international cuisines created from fresh seasonal produce. Coffee houses present aromatic coffees and fresh pastries and morning breakfast, trendy wine bars host local musicians.

The corporate guest is presented with a range of venues for conferences and exhibitions, Gymnasiums offer exercise and Spas present pampering.

The Chepstow Hotels offer an extensive choice for their many guests and present convenience, luxury and comfort.
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