Things to see and do - Chepstow
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Chepstow Travel guide
Chepstow : Michelin's recommendations
The still partly walled town slopes down steeply from the great Town Gate to the ancient crossing of the Wye, where in 1816 John Rennie built an elegant iron bridge which provides the best view of the castle.
Tourist attractions Chepstow : Things to see and do
This magnificent fortress was built in 1067 by William FitzOsbern, one of the closest lieutenants of William the Conqueror, who gave him the task of defending the western frontiers of his land. FitzOsbern chose a site with excellent natural defences:..
Unlike the Benedictines, the Cistercians lived in the utmost simplicity and took a vow of silence. The original modest church (1131) was replaced in the late 13C by a much more extravagant building, most of which has been preserved to this day. You c..
St Pierre Park, Chepstow, Monmouthshire GB - Chepstow NP16 6YA
With breathtaking views across 400 acres of picturesque parkland, this elegant 14th-century manor has 2 golf courses, a fitness club, a spa, superb meeting facilities and 2 on-site restaurants. The St Pierre Marriott Hotel & Country Club offers luxu..