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Chepstow Castle

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Jenny And Jemima
Jenny And Jemima
January 8, 2020
Check out the oldest Stone Castle in Britain. It's open to the public daily with a variety of events on throughout the year. Set on cliffs over the River Wye the views are stunning whilst Chepstow town centre and all its shops, cafes etc are located just behind.
Kirk
Kirk
December 8, 2019
Only 20 minutes drive away, this Norman Castle stands proud on the River Wye and dates back to 1086.
Jane
Jane
November 13, 2019
A wonderful castle in a fabulous location right on the River Wye. Not to be missed.
Sue
Sue
September 11, 2019
Great venue for small gigs.
Miles
Miles
June 11, 2019
Huge and spectacular castle dating from 1067

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Cave
“Ancient Iron Mines - Locals have explored the depths of Clearwell Caves for 4,000 years so why not explore the secret world hidden beneath the trees with adventures underground. Cafe, shop, picnic area, free parking and also a good choice if the weather is pouring!”
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Bar
“Love, love, love this pub by the river Wye. Small inside but has a garden and tables by the river. Typical pub food and the most amazing range of local Welsh and Herefordshire cider. Try Black Dragon (if someone else is driving) or Happydaze! ”
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Emplacement
1 Bridge St
Wales, NP16 5EY
Téléphone+44 1291 624065
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