The 13th-century Port Wall, the old town fortification, runs along the west side of the town centre. You can see it from the Welsh St...
Run by Cadw (the Welsh historic monuments agency), magnificent Chepstow Castle perches atop a limestone cliff overhanging the river,...
Coach & Horses Inn
The owners of this welcoming pub, housed in a 16th-century coaching inn, are from South Africa, so they understand the Welsh passion for...
The most appealing eatery in Chepstow handles the transition from cosy daytime cafe into trendy gastro bar seamlessly. The vastly varied...
Welsh St · interesting places nearby
Exposed beams, stone walls and dramatic lighting make this lively Greek bar and restaurant memorable, but it's the authentic, delicious food that justifies that pretentious exclamation mark in the name: tzatziki, grilled haloumi, spanakopita, lamb and chicken souvlaki, moussaka – served as meze or main-sized portions.