On the edge of the Royal forest of Dean in a friendly village with two great pubs and the Forest of Dean steam railway, many walks and cycle trails, near the Severn and Wye rivers. Nearest town Lydney with local commerce and services.
“David and Steph are not just super hosts they are really nice people. They are kind and friendly and made me feel very welcome from the outset. Dave even introduced me to the local ale at his nearby pub. The accommodation is quiet, clean and comfortable, and the location is ideal for easy access to beautiful countryside and outdoor activities. I would definitely recommend them and will visit again myself.”
Welcome to my home! Close to attractions, shops, parks, pubs & restaurants. Views across River Wye & Severn Bridge. You’ll love my place because of the location. Good for solo adventurers, walkers, cyclists, bikers & business travelers. Near to Chepstow town centre & includes free parking, garage & garden. Chepstow is an excellent location at the start of both the Welsh Coastal Path & Offa's Dyke. Many attractions including Castle, Racecourse, NDAC, Tintern, Wye Valley & Forest of Dean.
“Such a nice host with a beautiful home the room the bed was perfect. Definitely no hesitations for me to book in the future. Enjoyed my time there made me feel like home.”
Approximately 10 minutes by car from M48, 6 minutes by car to the racecourse. Handy for Offa's Dyke Trail, Wye Valley Walk and the start of the Wales Coastal Path. Chepstow is set in the Wye Valley, with a stunning castle and glimpses of the inspiration for Harry Potter landmarks. 5 minutes by car to Tintern (Abbey) 25 minutes from Abergavenny and the beautiful black mountains. On the edge of Chepstow Park Forest with endless walks and stunning scenery.
“The house was a little tricky to find, not least because two separate Satnav systems took us to two separate (wrong) locations. However once we found the house the room was spotlessly clean and exactly as described. The bed was comfortable, and even at the height of one of the stormiest nights of the year (Storm Dennis) and we had a great night's sleep. Our host could not have been more welcoming, despite being understandably distracted looking for her lost puppy.”