Chepstow, Monmouthshire, United Kingdom Accommodations

Accommodations in Chepstow

Home/Apartment
1br Home/Apartment
  • Wifi
  • Parking
This property was deactivated by the owner. We have found several other available options for your stay.
Home/Apartment
2br Home/Apartment
  • Wifi
  • Pets Allowed
  • Parking
Pet friendly beautiful stone detached cottage that sleeps 4 located 3 miles from Chepstow in the stunning Wye Valley. Furnished to give a very homely feel, lovely views & south facing garden that will delight. Masses to do and see locally.
Home/Apartment
Excellent
13 reviews
3br Home/Apartment
  • Wifi
  • Pets Allowed
  • Parking
The SpaceThis beautiful cottage has magnificent landscaped gardens and views overlooking the Usk Valley. It has 3 bedrooms, 2 double bedrooms, 1 triple singles/kingsize plus a single; all with wooden floors. The lounge has a wood burner and lots of space to enjoy yourselves, a cosy evening by the fire or a BBQ in the gardens whilst watching the most spectacular sunsets. A Hot tub is available at an additional cost of £150 Please inform us if you wish to use the Hot Tub at time of booking to avoid disappointment. Late check out till 15:30 maybe available for additional £150. Please check at time of booking. There is a bathroom with a walk in shower and a roll top bath. Guest AccessThe Cottage is yours for the duration of your stay. There is an adjacent house that can also be rented together or separately. Because there is so much land, you hardly ever see anyone else. You share the drive and parking area. Interaction with GuestsI will try my best to meet you at the property when you arrive, I will then disappear and leave you to enjoy the Cottage in peace! Of course I am at the end of the phone if you have any questions. The NeighborhoodStunning, peaceful rural location, surrounded by bird life, you will often see buzzards circling above the property. Wherever you look, the views are incredible. You can see Sugarloaf mountain and even further on a clear day! It is known as Uskany! Getting AroundThere is a bus stop about 10/15 minutes walk from the house, however the bus' are not very frequent! Please check current timetable. Other Things to NotePLEASE NOTE Please inform us if you wish to use the Hot Tub at time of booking to avoid disappointment. Late check out till 15:30 possibly available for additional £150. Please check at time of booking.
Hotel
148br 4-star Hotel
  • Gym
  • Parking
  • Swimming Pool
Situated in Chepstow, this spa hotel is 2.5 mi (4.1 km) from Chepstow Castle and 2.9 mi (4.6 km) from Chepstow Racecourse. Thornbury Castle and Tintern Abbey are also within 12 mi (20 km).
Bedroom
Excellent
24 reviews
Bedroom
  • Wifi
  • Pets Allowed
  • Parking
The SpaceJust an average house with a few funky things Under floor heating which is lush in the winter. Artificial grass perfect lawn all year round . May have a hot tub soon if your lucky. Happy to take you places if I'm around and not busy. Everywhere All the time if I am home Quiet and relaxed Easy transport to and from will drop off in chepstow if asked nicely or at train station/bus station pick up thank you Guest AccessEverywhere Interaction with GuestsAll the time if I am home The NeighborhoodQuiet and relaxed Getting AroundEasy transport to and from will drop off in chepstow if asked nicely or at train station/bus station pick up Other Things to NoteIt is £50 for room thank you And we have a dog who is clean and friendly
Bedroom
Bedroom
  • Wifi
  • Smoking Allowed
  • Pets Allowed
The SpaceComfortable home in Chepstow, a couple of minutes from the Severn Bridge (M48), walking distance to the racecourse, the beginning of Offa's Dyke Trail and the start of the Wales Coastal Path are also nearby. Chepstow is set in the beautiful Wye Valley, with a historic castle and is a short drive from Tintern. I do not provide a cooked breakfast but you are welcome to use our kitchen facilities or help yourself to cereals, toast and spreads. Well behaved dogs are also welcome at a small additional charge. No smoking in the house but we have a secluded garden and conservatory in which to smoke. Secure lock up for bicycles in the garage. There is a Britsh Rail station and bus terminus is in the town a 5 minute drive from the house (25 Minutes Walk). Getting AroundI can pick up and drop off to local destinations at reasonable hours. Other Things to NoteGenerally the single room is available as an option for an additional guest only, we don't usually have 1 single person booking it alone.
house
Excellent
2 reviews
5br house
  • Pets Allowed
Old Queens manor is a handsome manse set in peaceful countryside with glorious views to the Cotswolds and over the River Severn to Wales. The only noises to be heard are happy birdsongs, and there are woodpeckers in the ancient hornbeams and thrushes on the lawn.At night, when guests swim in the gently lit heated swimming pool in the orchard, they are surrounded by owls calling and glow-worms shining through the shrubbery. If guests can tear themselves away from the tennis court, croquet lawn, the beautiful local walks and quintessential British cooking, the attractions of Bath are only an hour drive away. Bath is famous for its Roman baths that attract tourists from far and wide. The city of Bristol is also only half an hour away by car, a busy city with many restaurants, shops and an energetic night life. Additional amenities include: game room, walking/hiking paths, golf course nearby, lots to do: outdoor pursuit & activities, lots to visit: tourist towns & villages, indoor games, child-safe pool, ideal for teens, rural location, tennis court on site, wi-fi/internet access, heating, outdoor games, recommended, high chair(s), walkable village/town, gated/fenced grounds, ideal for babies & toddlers, ideal for kids, stag/hen parties allowed, ideal for celebrations / party house, walkable pub/restaurant. Old Queens Manor is situated within a few minutes stroll from the village of Oldbury on Severn, a quaint little place enticing visitors back again and again. In the village there are many places to eat and drink in the summer sun. Oldbury is famous for The Anchor Pub where visitors mix with locals to enjoy the renowned British home cooking.For guests that prefer a stroll before a meal, the White Hart pub in Littleton on Severn is a relaxing two mile walk away through glorious orchards and fields.The 500 year old Thornbury Castle, where Henry VIII stayed with Anne Boleyn, provides not only a look into Britain’s history and the glorious architecture of the building but also an exquisite dining experience in an ancient Elizabethan setting. It is only a 30 minute walk through the fields from The Victorian Rectory or 10 minutes by car.The views from the Victorian Rectory are simply breathtaking. It is situated two minutes away from a church built on the site of ancient Celtic worship, and visitors to the area have often been seen sipping a glass of wine on the bench at its front, admiring the spectacular views stretching from the sailing club across the River Severn to the Blue Welsh Hills beyond. For families with young children and teenagers it is an easy drive to Go-Ape, a forest network of ropes and swings, perfect for energetic youngsters or adults. Kayaking, climbing, canoeing and caving are also all available close by. For sport lovers, Thornbury has a scenic 18 hole golf course and a par 3 course with undulating views over the Severn Estuary.Staying in Old Queens Manor, there are many local leisure opportunities. Local walks are famous. There is even an enchanting little bridle path running next to the garden and used only by walkers and horse riders. The owners of this glorious home supply maps and books so guests can navigate through the countryside.  The Cotswolds are only a short drive away, and The Victorian Rectory is also situated only 15 minutes away by car from the Welsh border. Old Queens manor is a handsome manse set in peaceful countryside with glorious views to the Cotswolds and over the River Severn to Wales. The only noises to be heard are happy birdsongs, and there are woodpeckers in the ancient hornbeams and thrushes on the lawn.At night, when guests swim in the gently lit heated swimming pool in the orchard, they are surrounded by owls calling and glow-worms shining through the shrubbery. If guests can tear themselves away from the tennis court, croquet lawn, the beautiful local walks and quintessential British cooking, the attractions of Bath are only an hour drive away. Bath is famous for its Roman baths that attract tourists from far and wide. The city of Bristol is also only half an hour away by car, a busy city with many restaurants, shops and an energetic night life. Additional amenities include: game room, walking/hiking paths, golf course nearby, lots to do: outdoor pursuit & activities, lots to visit: tourist towns & villages, indoor games, child-safe pool, ideal for teens, rural location, tennis court on site, wi-fi/internet access, heating, outdoor games, recommended, high chair(s), walkable village/town, gated/fenced grounds, ideal for babies & toddlers, ideal for kids, stag/hen parties allowed, ideal for celebrations / party house, walkable pub/restaurant.
Hotel
5br 5-star Hotel
  • Parking
  • Smoking Allowed
Situated in the heart of Chepstow, South Wales, Racecourse Guest House is the perfect place for you to spoil yourself in luxury. Our blissfully comfortable rooms will suit your every need. Whether it’s for business or pleasure we have something here for you. We offer Superior Quality Bed and Breakfast Accommodation with 3 levels of standards of rooms. Ultimate Luxury, Luxury and Double or Twin Rooms.
Hotel
23br 4-star Hotel
  • Parking
  • Wifi
Welcome to one of Marston’s newly built Inn the Two Rivers, located on the main A48 Newport Road one mile from the historic town of Chepstow and close to The Wye Valley and Forest of Dean. Enjoy fantastic food from our rotisserie menu or try one of our chef's freshly prepared homemade specials. We have a lovely indoor children’s play area to keep the children entertained. For those sunnier days there is an outdoor eating area with a children’s activity area too! The inn has 23 available bedrooms all finished to a high standard of which two are accessable rooms with wheelchair access low basins and showers . We offer free Wi-Fi and parking and are the perfect place for work or pleasure.
Home/Apartment
1br Home/Apartment
  • Wifi
Situated in Chepstow, this 1 bedroom house accommodates up to 2 guests and starts at just GBP 359 per night. It also has internet (cable) access. It features 1 double bed and has 1 bathroom. Bed linens and towels are included. Additionally, it offers a kitchen with a fridge, a freezer, an oven, a dryer, and a washing machine. The property has a garden. Guests can also enjoy a CD player, a DVD player, and a TV. This is a no-smoking property. Pets are not permitted. Once you have booked, your host will contact you to arrange your check in.
Bedroom
Bedroom
  • Wifi
  • Pets Allowed
  • Breakfast
The SpaceThere is a comfortable double bed in the room with lots of space. We also have a separate listing for a smaller double room, so we have space to accommodate up to 4 people. At times, we may also be able to offer additional accommodation, please enquire about the charges for this. Well behaved dogs are also welcome at a small additional charge. Our house is located a couple of minutes drive from the Severn Bridge (M48), walking distance to the racecourse (5 -10 mins), the beginning of Offa's Dyke Trail and the start of the Wales Coastal Path are also nearby. Chepstow is set in the beautiful Wye Valley, with an ancient castle and is a short drive from the historic Tintern Abbey. We are located about 1 mile from Chepstow town centre which has access to buses and trains to Bristol and Cardiff. It takes around 25 minutes to walk to town and around 40 minutes to walk back. (Chepstow is built around a very large hill). The NeighborhoodOur house is located a couple of minutes drive from the Severn Bridge (M48), walking distance to the racecourse (5 -10 mins), the beginning of Offa's Dyke Trail and the start of the Wales Coastal Path are also nearby. Chepstow is set in the beautiful Wye Valley, with an ancient castle and is a short drive from the historic Tintern Abbey. Getting AroundWe are located about 1 mile from Chepstow town centre which has access to buses and trains to Bristol and Cardiff. It takes around 25 minutes to walk to town and around 40 minutes to walk back. (Chepstow is built around a very large hill).
Home/Apartment
1br Home/Apartment
  • Wifi
  • Parking
The SpaceA luxury award winning period property, built in the time of Edward I, (we think it was built approx 1270) - the first historical mention is in 1307 when Bogo de Knovil died and his estate reverted to the Crown. So this Grade II* medieval hideaway boasts seven hundred years of history - and with its towers it feels like you are living in a castle. The perfect couples retreat, a great base for exploring South Wales! PROPERTY OCCUPIES 2 ADULTS ONLY, PRICE IS FOR THE WHOLE PROPERTY PER NIGHT FOR 2 ADULTS PLEASE NOTE RE PRICING There is no way to put high and low season prices on (URL HIDDEN) the prices quoted are for 2 nights in LOW season. It will cost more if you have 2 nights in high season. YOU CAN STAY FOR JUST ONE NIGHT, The more nights you stay, the cheaper it gets, so it will be less (per night) if you stay for a week. These are our prices and include the rental of the accommodation for 2 people, including all heating costs, cleaning and wood for the fire. LOW SEASON 1 night £165, 2 nights £250, 3 nights £300, 4 nights £350, 5 nights £400, 6 nights £450, 7 nights £490 HIGH SEASON 1 night £200, 2 nights £320, 3 nights £420, 4 nights £520, 5 nights £575, 6 nights £600, 7 nights £644 High season includes the following: Xmas & New Year (see below, minimum booking is for 5 nights) Valentine’s Day: 14 Feb 2017 Easter 2017: April 14 -April 17 Early May Bank Holiday 2017: nights of 28, 29, 30 April & 1st May Spring Bank Holiday 2017: nights of 26, 27, 28, 29 May Summer 2017: 24 July to 31 Aug Inside Extensively refurbished in 2008, the Gatehouse offers a charming loft-style living area within its ancient structure, retaining the beams, thick walls, and stone mullion windows. A deep leather sofa, wood burning stove and delightful sleeping space, all add to a uniquely romantic experience. You can even climb up to the top of the tower, to the viewing platform! Heating is provided by night storage heaters and the wood burning stove. The property boasts a modern 'wet room' with shower, a fully fitted kitchen with oven and hob, fridge and small freezer. Downstairs there is a washing machine and tumble dryer if you need it. TV with freeview, DVD player, CD player with ipod docking facility. Please note, this ancient building's charm includes a steep spiral staircase. Access to the gallery bedroom is via a companionway ladder, and requires you to duck underneath a beam. If you have any challenges around mobility please look at the accessibility statement. Note we advise you to bring a couple of smaller bags rather than one very heavy and large (URL HIDDEN) the steep spiral staircase has some 30 steps to get to the main living area, and space on the staircase is restricted. For floor plan and sizes of rooms click here Outside The property is self contained, and has its own entrance. There is parking for two cars (one behind the other). The owners live at the other end of the garden in a sixteenth century Monmouthshire gentry house. For more information go to (URL HIDDEN) or call (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN)
Home/Apartment
Excellent
34 reviews
7br Home/Apartment
  • Wifi
  • Pets Allowed
  • Parking
The SpaceThis house has the most amazing views ever! The sunsets are incredible and will take your breath away. Large, fenced garden to enjoy the views with outdoor table and chairs to enjoy a summer BBQ. An outdoor hot tub with gazebo is available at an additional cost £150. A really well equipped kitchen with everything you will need for your stay. Its location is in the heart of the countryside yet only takes 15mins to get to the major motorways M4 M5 Late check out till 15:30 maybe available at £150 Please inform us if you wish to use the Hot Tub or late check at time of booking to avoid disappointment. Guest AccessThe House is yours for the duration of your stay. There is an adjacent Cottage that can also be rented together or separately. Because there is so much land, you hardly ever see anyone else. You share the drive and parking area. The laundry room has 2 washing machines in it and is accessed from outside to the right of the kitchen doors. Interaction with GuestsHelen lives in separate accommodation on site and is usually out and about, you wouldn't know she was there unless you needed to contact her. The NeighborhoodStunning, peaceful rural location, surrounded by bird life, you will often see buzzards circling above the property. Wherever you look, the views are incredible. You can see Sugarloaf mountain and even further on a clear day! It is known as Uskany! Getting AroundThere is a bus stop about 10/15 minutes walk from the house, however the bus' are not very frequent! Please check current local bus timetable. Other Things to NoteThe house is really well equipped with all the items would you need to cook a big meal and celebrate together. Late check out till 15:30 maybe available at £150 Please inform us if you wish to use the Hot Tub or late check out at time of booking to avoid disappointment.
house
1br house
  • Pets Allowed
A lovely light and airy property which has recently been converted from a stone outbuilding. Situated in a paddock presently being restored to a wild flower meadow. It has stunning views from each window. The open plan fully fitted kitchen/iiving room has stripped wooden floors, scatter carpets and a wood-burning stove. There are patio doors leading out to a small terrace where you can sit and relax and almost pat your neighbours some very inquisitive cows. There is a book and DVD library, free wifi, off road parking and storage available for bikes and canoes etc. The area is perfect for exploring the beautiful Wye Valley, Forest of Dean, Brecon Beacons National park and has a huge choice of historic sites and activities. Chepstow is 5 minutes down the road with its magnificent Castle and Racecourse host to the Welsh Grand National and Cardiff, Bristol, Gloucester and Hereford are all less than 45 minutes by car. 3 local pubs serving foods. Designated Area of Outstanding Natural beauty in the Wye Valley. Perfect for all outdoor enthusiasts offering something from everyone. There are at least a dozen golf courses to choose from all within driving distance of 45 minutes. Walking from the doorstep and 4 National Trails all start within 3 miles or there is walking from doorstep. There are more castles per square foot here than anywhere else in Europe, the area is steeped in history and evidence of its past is everywhere. Whether it be the magnificent stone castle at Chepstow, the oldest in Wales or Tintern Abbey with the Wye Valley as it's backdrop and beloved by Wordsworth and Coleridge. A lovely light and airy property which has recently been converted from a stone outbuilding. Situated in a paddock presently being restored to a wild flower meadow. It has stunning views from each window. The open plan fully fitted kitchen/iiving room has stripped wooden floors, scatter carpets and a wood-burning stove. There are patio doors leading out to a small terrace where you can sit and relax and almost pat your neighbours some very inquisitive cows. There is a book and DVD library, free wifi, off road parking and storage available for bikes and canoes etc. The area is perfect for exploring the beautiful Wye Valley, Forest of Dean, Brecon Beacons National park and has a huge choice of historic sites and activities. Chepstow is 5 minutes down the road with its magnificent Castle and Racecourse host to the Welsh Grand National and Cardiff, Bristol, Gloucester and Hereford are all less than 45 minutes by car. 3 local pubs serving foods.
house
Excellent
87 reviews
3br house
  • Pets Allowed
Winner of Best Place to Stay in Wales 2010 Winner of Visit Wales Best Visitor Welcome 2015 Winner of Best Hospitality Travel and Tourism Business 2015 -a picture postcard pretty 18th century stone cottage totally refurbished to provide a delicious holiday home. The cottage opened to its first guests in November 2009, immediately gained its 5 star rating, and went on to be judged the Best Place to Stay in Wales at the 2010 Visit Wales National Tourism Awards We have a Trip Advisor Excellence award thanks to the kind reviews of our guests! We offer 3 and 4 night short breaks January to Easter and October to Christmas and 7 night stays or longer all year round. If you can see a space in our availability chart but not a price or you would like a short break in summer please ask! It is directly across the road (but set well back from the road, double glazed and thickly walled , so not noisy) from Tintern Abbey of which it has the most fantastic panoramic views.In the heart of ancient Tintern vllage it also has the advantage of being in walking distance of pubs , hotels ,eateries cafes and several wedding venues including the Church. The Wye Valley Walk is from the doorstep and you can see Offas Dyke from the windows. The AngidyTrail is also from the doorstep so you hardly need a car. . Since opening bookings have included golfers, honeymoons, 40th, 50th, 60th, 70th, 80th and 90th birthdays (!) , several weddings and a moonlit proposal , some small business meetings as well as couples and families looking to relax- so we can safely say its great for romantic couples, wedding guests, small business meetings - as well as for family holidays! We offer Saturday start days in summer but in the winter months we also offer 7 nights starting on Fridays and Mondays and short breaks Friday to Monday and Monday to Friday. Because these patterns enable us to sell to most people most easily our best rates are attached to them -but we will always quote for something different. Please ask! We welcome well behaved pets and even have a bowl and spare lead in case you forgot yours. There is brilliant walking right from the doorstep. The back garden is well fenced . Pets are welcome in the front garden but should be on a lead as it is unfenced as we are in a conservation area and to maximise the amazing Abbey View. We have a visiting pamper therapist who can offer relaxing treatments from manicure to aromatherapy and a hairdresser whi can do cuts for ladies and gentlemen, colouring or perming- both will come to you on site by appointment. Groceries can be delivered to the doorstep by several supermarkets groups and a chef can supply meals to the cottage or even come and cook on site for a special gathering. The cottage sleeps up to 6 people. There are three bedrooms each of which can be configured to suit your needs.Each has a 6ft wide superking double bed- or we can supply a pair of 3ft twin beds in each room. Each bedroom also has a flatscreen TV, ipod dock, clock radio , hot water bottle and hairdryer. We have a travel cot ( and high chair and baby gate ) and numerous other small nursery items for your baby all available free of charge. There are two new sparkling bathrooms. The family bathroom upstairs offers a wonderful Abbey View from the tub! It has a whirlpool bath and a shower ( plus WC , washbasin , heated tower rail and shaver socket of course) , the other bathroom is ensuite to the downstairs bedroom and has a dinnerplate headed shower over the bathtub, plus a wc, washbasin, shaver socket and heated towel rail. The kitchen is very fully equipped with large range cooker ( 3 ovens and grill) , microwave, fridge and freezer,dishwasher, washing machine, tumble drier, kettle toaster and plenty of pots pans, crockery cutlery and glasses.. The comfortable sitting room has squishy leather sofas, a cosy woodburner, 37" flatscreen TV, DVD player. We have broadband WiFi internet access for those who need Facebook on holiday so bring your devices.. Outside we have a large front garden sweeping down towards the Abbey, the back garden is fully fenced for the security of your pets and children and offers a sun trap terrace with furniture for outdoor meals. The front garden has a peaceful spot for gazing at the ancient Abbey- especially beautiful when lit at night. We have gated, private off road parking for two cars easily or three at a push and more space is available locally. If you would like to know anything more about our facilites or equipment before you book please just ask us 3 night weekend short break or 4 night midweek short break for the same price. Cost varies according to exact date. Price is for whole house. Sometimes a reduction is available for a party of only two people please ask. The standard rate the system asks us to show is an average over the year . Each week has its own price and we are happy to provide all these on request..We look forward to hearing from you We are in Tintern, the very Heart of the Wye Valley. The Wye Valley is officially designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty ( AONB) and the designation is well deserved. Sparkling rivers, walkable forests, fabulous wld and birdlife and clean air. But we are neither remote nor boring in all this greeness! We are very easy to reach from the motorway network and to get the best from the area you need a car or a cycle though you can get here by train to Chepstow and then the 69 Wye Valley bus which stops at our door.( well actually its The Abbey stop but..).. Guests enjoy walking on waymarked trails, exceptional golf on over 20 courses ( this was the home of the Ryder ,Cup 2010) canoeing, pony trekking, mountain biking. rope climbing , fishing and many more outdoor actvities. To add to that we are awash with history . Our brooding border Castles , museums ( including Nelson and Roman remains, ) and Churches will excite the imagination of old and young alike.We have three small vintage cinemas and several theatres and Monmouthshire is known as the food capital of Wales. Taste Wales at numerous award winning eateries, two with Michelin stars, and in our village there is a micro brewry and a vineyard as well as pubs and eateries so no need to be thirsty!. Star attraction is Tintern Abbey, ruined by Henry VIII , immortalised by Wordsworth and Turner- and discovered afresh every morning by our guests from the cottage windows.We have the premier view of the Abbey of anywhere in the village.
house
1br house
    Orchard Cottage is situated in the rural location of Penterry, a peaceful Wye Valley hamlet steeped in history, yet within 10 minutes drive of the M4. A hidden sanctuary enjoying glorious, far-reaching views towards the Black Mountains from its prominent hillside position, and being an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, gives easy access to lovely footpaths and bridleways, providing a haven for walkers and birdwatchers. The cottage is extremely comfortable and creates a perfect setting from which to discover the fascinating heritage of this beautiful border countryside. This holiday cottage at a glance * Sleeps two guests. * One bedroom and one bathroom. * Wood burning stove. * An unenclosed flagstone sun terrace with lovely views. * Parking for two vehicles. * One small well behaved dog is welcome (small additional charge). The owner of the property does have dogs, so we kindly ask that your dog is friendly towards others. * Minimum of a three night stay. Additional features * Ideal for a Romantic Retreat. * Bosch conventional/microwave oven with halogen hob, fridge with freezer compartment, small dishwasher. * Use of washing machine/tumble dryer. * TV, DVD, radio/tape/CD player. * Garden furniture and small, charcoal barbecue. Attractions and nearby amenities * The attractive historic town of Chepstow is four miles away boasting one of the oldest stone built castles in Britain. * Tintern Abbey is two miles away. * Further up the river Wye is the interesting border market town of Monmouth and the Royal Forest of Dean. * Many award-winning restaurants and pubs are nearby and two first class golf courses are within easy reach, St Pierre (10 minutes) and Celtic Manor (25 minutes). For additional inspiration on what to do within the area, please click here. Orchard Cottage is situated in the rural location of Penterry, a peaceful Wye Valley hamlet steeped in history, yet within 10 minutes drive of the M4. A hidden sanctuary enjoying glorious, far-reaching views towards the Black Mountains from its prominent hillside position, and being an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, gives easy access to lovely footpaths and bridleways, providing a haven for walkers and birdwatchers. The cottage is extremely comfortable and creates a perfect setting from which to discover the fascinating heritage of this beautiful border countryside. This holiday cottage at a glance * Sleeps two guests. * One bedroom and one bathroom. * Wood burning stove. * An unenclosed flagstone sun terrace with lovely views. * Parking for two vehicles. * One small well behaved dog is welcome. The owner of the property does have dogs so we kindly ask that your dog is friendly towards others. * Minimum of a three night stay. Additional features * Ideal for a Romantic Retreat. * Oil central heating. * Bosch conventional/microwave oven with halogen hob, fridge with freezer compartment, small dishwasher. * Use of washing machine/tumble dryer. * TV, DVD, radio/tape/CD player. * Garden furniture and small, charcoal barbecue. Attractions and nearby amenities * The attractive historic town of Chepstow is four miles away boasting one of the oldest stone built castles in Britain. * Tintern Abbey is two miles away. * Further up the river Wye is the interesting border market town of Monmouth and the Royal Forest of Dean. * Many award-winning restaurants and pubs are nearby and two first class golf courses are within easy reach, St Pierre (10 minutes) and Celtic Manor (25 minutes). For additional inspiration on what to do within the area, please click here.
    cottage
    2br cottage
    • Pets Allowed
    Detached 2 bed-roomed cottage sleeps up to 4 set in its own delightful lovingly tended garden with fabulous views to the surrounding Welsh countryside. Perfectly placed for exploring Wye Valley, Vale of Usk, Royal Forest of Dean and yet only 3 miles from the popular border town of Chepstow which has lots of cafes, restaurants and a regular farmers market. With easy access to the motorway system, in less than an hour the cities of Cardiff, Bristol, Bath, Hereford and Cheltenham can be reached. 3 traditional village pubs locally within walking distance of less than a mile and all serve food. Short breaks available contact owner for details Flexible changeover Monmouthshire is a border county steeped in history with beautiful countryside and Itton is in a designated area of natural outstanding beauty. The area is noted for its abundance of castles, apparently there are more here per square foot than anywhere else in Europe. Two major rivers course they through the County, the River Wye and River Usk both popular with fly fisherman and canoeists. Detached 2 bed-roomed cottage sleeps up to 4 set in its own delightful lovingly tended garden with fabulous views to the surrounding Welsh countryside. Perfectly placed for exploring Wye Valley, Vale of Usk, Royal Forest of Dean and yet only 3 miles from the popular border town of Chepstow which has lots of cafes, restaurants and a regular farmers market. With easy access to the motorway system, in less than an hour the cities of Cardiff, Bristol, Bath, Hereford and Cheltenham can be reached. 3 traditional village pubs locally within walking distance of less than a mile and all serve food.
    cottage
    2br cottage
      You will find us just north of Chepstow in approximately 7 acres of grounds looking down onto the River Severn. The Barn has been recently renovated using local stone and has lovely views. It is well equipped with 2 bedrooms; one king sized with an en-suite upstairs and one bedroom with two single beds next to the ground floor bathroom. There is allocated parking in the gated courtyard and you are free to roam throughout the garden. This property is on the main road and so has easy access to all the many beautiful and interesting sites to explore in the area. It is, however, completely secure having large electronic gates, mature hedges and fences making it very safe for children. You are also very welcome to use our covered and heated swimming pool. The Wye Valley, Forest of Dean and South Wales are all within easy reach. We are on the border of England and Wales with access to many picturesque nature areas that have been designated areas of outstanding natural beauty. There is so much to enjoy and for lovers of the outdoors there's an abundance of activities such as walking, cycling, golfing, diving, fishing and much more. The historic towns of Chepstow, Bristol, Monmouth and Cardiff are all within an hour's drive.
      bungalow
      Excellent
      9 reviews
      2br bungalow
      • Pets Allowed
      THE HOLIDAY COTTAGE HAS STUNNING VIEWS IS ON ONE LEVEL, HAS ONSUITE WET ROOM WITH TOILET IN THE TRIPLE BEDROOM ANOTHER DOUBLE BEDROOM SEPARATE BATHROOM WITH ADDITIONAL SHOWER, AND A SPACIOUS OPEN PLAN LOUNGE AND KITCHEN. THE GARDEN IS WELL FENCED . PATIO DOORS ONTO A DECKED AREA. WI FI AVAILABLE. DOGS WELCOME, THERE IS BICYCLE STORAGE AVAILABLE. ALL TOWELS AND LINEN SUPPLIED. PARKING FOR 2 TO 3 CARS WE ARE SURROUNDED BY EXCELLENT WALKS IN THE WYE VALLEY AND ON A CYCLIST ROUTE. THE AREA HAS LOADS OF GREAT PLACES TO VISIT AND STUNNING SCENERY DOGS UP TO TWO FREE OF CHARGE AFTER THIS AN EXTRA £20.00 WILL BE CHARGED GOODS FORESTRY WALKS GOOD CYCLING AREA STUNNING SCENERY 5 MILES FROM THE MOTOWAY LINK BRISTOL AND CARDIFF AIRPORTS FAIRLY CLOSE STUNNING SCENERY FROM ALL ROOMS ALL ON ONE LEVEL DOGS EXCEPTED WI FI AVAILABLE NON-SMOKING PACKING 2 TO 3 CARS
      Home/Apartment
      2br Home/Apartment
      • Wifi
      • Parking
      Charming Cottage by the River Wye in Chepstow; The bedroom is spacious and has a view of Chepstow Castle. The Cottage was awarded 5 stars by the Welsh Tourist Board. From Nov to March this cottage is available for full rental only - minimum 1 month.
      Home/Apartment
      Excellent
      44 reviews
      2br Home/Apartment
      • Pets Allowed
      • Parking
      The SpaceSet in a quiet location in the heart of the farming community, this 2 bedroom garden annex would suit walkers, horse riders and countryside enthusiasts looking for a romantic escape as well as those looking to discover an exciting part of the country. Explore the idyllic countryside by day then curl up in your own space of an evening- we have recently installed a small woodburner for your use (we charge extra for wood used). We are situated only 8 miles from Chepstow town which boasts an array of eateries, wine bars and quaint shops or venture further into the forest to discover hidden treats such as a selection of water sports, tree top adventures and debunking of haunted pubs! There really is something for everyone here. If you would like to bring your dog or horse we can try to accommodate (extra may be charged for horse), please ask. Because we are animal friendly, we do our best to deep clean but if you have allergies please discuss with us before booking. Guest AccessOn site parking offered as of the price. Small enclosed garden/ back yard area to suit your pet (prior arrangement only). Where possible we will arrange to leave keys out for you for convenient check in. Check in usually early evening and check out midday. However, we can be flexible- please inform us of your plans and we will try and work around you. Interaction with GuestsWe will leave you alone for the duration of your stay as most people prefer this, however if you feel we can assist with anything we will do our best to help! Welcome pack under progress to detail local attractions etc. The NeighborhoodWe are a drive away from local restaurants and pubs. The village of Woolaston is about an 8 minute drive away and has a rural cosy local pub, small village shop and a Gurka restaurant. Garages nearby also. Getting AroundIt's probably best to bring your car with you. However, please be aware that during the winter months we can get snowed in and the roads become icy. Local taxi's are few and far between but can be booked for nights out etc. Chepstow and Lydney have good transport links to Bristol, Cardiff and Gloucester. Other Things to NotePlease note this is the countryside- expect this and do not be alarmed if your car gets dirty, you have to reverse around a corner, get held up by a cow! Although this is a peaceful part of the world some animals may be heard and we really can't do anything about that.
      Home/Apartment
      1br Home/Apartment
      • Wifi
      • Parking
      The SpaceThis flat is very small and bijou! The lounge and kitchen are on the right as you enter, while the bedroom (snug) and bathroom are along a narrow corridor and down a few steps. It really gives a feeling of going off to bed! Guest AccessThere is a communal hall downstairs, and a large staircase leading up to the First Floor. The flat is on the left and is clearly marked with an 8 but tucked around the corner to keep you guessing. There are parking spaces up the slope under the laurel arch. Interaction with GuestsI am available after 1.15pm daily if you have any issues, but I work 8 miles away in the mornings. Always available by phone if there are any problems with the flat. I would ask you to consider the fact that I do not live on the premises, so would appreciate some notice of an intended arrival time. Thanks. The NeighborhoodChepstow is a lovely little mediaeval market town with an arch leading from Moor Street to the High Street which was built in 1067 in order to enclose the town and enable tolls to be collected. There are lovely cobbled streets such as Hocker Hill Street (leading to The Five Alls Pub), and also St Mary Street with an excellent Chinese Restaurant plus other places to eat. If you continue down from the High Street onto Bridge Street, you will come to Chepstow Castle and the River Wye. The Regent of England, William Marshall, lived in the Castle at one time, and it was of great significance in defending the surrounding area. There is a Racecourse at which the Welsh Grand National is held on Boxing Day, and it is about a 10 minute walk from the flat. The area has magnificent walks, including Offa's Dyke and the Wye Valley Walk, and Tintern Abbey is about 5 miles up the road. Getting AroundAt the bottom of Welsh Street is Chepstow Bus Station, and buses can be taken to Bristol or Newport from there. The National Express Coach arrives there from Heathrow Airport, although I would recommend getting a taxi up Welsh Street if you have heavy cases. There is also a railway station within an easy walk and trains are available to Bristol, Bath or Cardiff.
      Bedroom
      Bedroom
      • Wifi
      • Parking
      Charming Cottage by the River Wye in Chepstow; The bedroom is spacious and has a view of Chepstow Castle. The Cottage got awarded 5 stars by the Welsh Tourist Board. From Nov to March this cottage is available for full rental only - minimum 1 month.
      Bed & Breakfast
      1br Bed & Breakfast
      • Wifi
      • Pets Allowed
      • Breakfast
      This three storey recently renovated town house offers superb quality B&B and one of the best views of Chepstow Castle from a terrace on the ground floor. 45 Bridge Street Chepstow
      cottage
      2br cottage
      • Pets Allowed
      Clare's Cottage is pet friendly with a home from home atmosphere. It has the country 'must have' of a wood-burning stove together with eco friendly central heating. There is a separate fully fitted kitchen with small breakfast table with views to the garden and bird feeding area. The lounge is roomy, double aspect windows and furnished with antiques to give a lovely cosy feeling. A private south facing organic cottage garden filled with flowers and large grassed area with enough room to kick a ball about . The views are beautiful at any time of the year will plenty of walking from the door step. chepstow is a border town of Wales and England with all facilities including the magnificent castle. As the motorway network is just 10 minutes away it allows easy access to the cities of Bristol, Bath and Cardiff
      barn
      Excellent
      23 reviews
      1br barn
      • Pets Allowed
      Dolly's Barn is a light airy recently converted single storey small barn with lovely views to the surrounding countryside. An open plan roomy lounge/kitchen which has stripped wooden floors and kemin rugs, contemporary furnishings and wood-burning stove. It's also centrally heated by an eco friendly Biomass boiler and solar panels. Dolly is situated next to an acre paddock which is being restored to a wild flower meadow and a wildlife pond.
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      3br Home/Apartment
      • Wifi
      • Parking
      The SpaceWith the original Rock Cottage dating back to the 18th century BroadRock covers multiple levels. You have all the modern amenities you require with Sky HD, wifi throughout the house plus wood burning stoves and a SMEG fridge this is truly a great place to stay and relax whilst exploring the Wye Valley. Guest AccessThe facilities at BroadRock are what separate us from the rest, guests have access and use of the main kitchen, games room with slate bed pool table and Sky HD. Free WiFi is available throughout the house. Interaction with GuestsAll locks are digitally coded so you can arrive at your convenience, there will be someone available on the arrival day to give a tour of the property. The NeighborhoodWoodcroft is a small village 1.5 Miles from Chepstow and located on the cliff tops of the Wye Valley and Wintour's Leap. Getting AroundBroadRock is 1.5 Miles from Chepstow which is a 30 Minute walk or £7 in a taxi. Other Things to NoteUp to 5 off road parking spaces 1.5 Miles from Chepstow town centre 30 Mins on the train to Cardiff and the Millennium stadium station Located in the heart of the Wye Valley and Forest of Dean
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      1br Home/Apartment
      • Wifi
      • Pets Allowed
      • Parking
      The SpaceSituated in its own grounds, dolly has fantastic views to the surrounding countryside. Guest AccessDolly's is fully self contained with open plan kitchen/lounge bathroom with 'walk in' shower and double bedroom. Small patio, off road parking and complete privacy Interaction with GuestsI respect peoples privacy but am always happy to stop and have a chat and offer advice when asked on where to visit The NeighborhoodIts fabulous rural location without being isolated. Only 3 miles from Chepstow, 5 miles from the motorway network allowing easy access to Cardiff and Bristol within 40 minutes. Plus 3 local pubs within a mile. Getting AroundChepstow has a railway station and is on the National Express route from Cardiff to London. There is a bus stop at the end of the road less than 10 minutes walk but having a car is best for getting around. Other Things to NoteThe cottage is situated in the Lower Wye Valley a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty with a rich historical heritage. Masses to see and do you will never be bored
      Hotel
      2-star Hotel
      This property was deactivated by the owner. We have found several other available options for your stay.