The First Hurdle

Address: 9/10 Upper Church St, Chepstow, Monmouthshire, Southern Wales, Wales, NP6 5EX, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 9/10 Upper Church St, Chepstow, is near Tintern Abbey, Chepstow Castle, Royal Forest of Dean, and St. Pierre Golf & Country Club.
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    Travel Blogs from Chepstow

    Saturday in England, it must be Bath

    A travel blog entry by quirk303 on Oct 11, 2014

    1 comment, 9 photos

    ... the bounty of warm health giving mineral water. They added Minerva (aka Athena) to her name so they had all deity bases covered. The main pool is about 20 m by 10m. To each end of the pool is a series of rooms, each containing steaming or bathing at a different temperature for each room. There was even a pool that had a single stone seat overlooking the pool where it was obvious that the lifesaver sat wearing his yellow and red skullcap telling the teenagers "No running around ...

    Charmed

    A travel blog entry by brendasjoy on Oct 11, 2014

    2 comments, 21 photos

    ... luggage and travel a bit lighter. I can also come back in between my forays.
    So thankful!

    Bath is bathed in beautiful golden light like a tiny Paris. In
    the well-presented Roman thermo mineral bath and temple ruins, one easily gets
    an immersive and tangible experience of that era. I feel right at home in that
    town, my favorite so far.

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    The Green

    A travel blog entry by brendasjoy on Oct 11, 2014

    1 comment, 14 photos



    I arrived in heaven on a Saturday morning, and my host has
    been the angel Rosemary. There was no reason to be prepared for discomfort of
    any kind (as had become my habit), for as we pulled up to a small village of
    stone houses, and then stepped into her art and light-filled cottage, I knew I
    would be happy as a sheep in a poke. I have no idea if that is a thing, but ...

    Day Two: wow, that's one cool old church

    A travel blog entry by worthj1970 on Apr 02, 2012

    ... length, if that) it would take for me to have an easy exit from my parking space.
    From Bath we navigate to South Wales. Tintern is just over the border from England, and is home to Tintern Abbey. It is a typical Wales valley, lush green hillsides that are rugged and remind me of home. It is sparsely populated. Traffic is light. The sky is partly cloudy and it grows colder the closer we get to rural Wales, though there is no wind to speak of. Our path goes across the large ...

    Entering Wales

    A travel blog entry by cullism on Sep 11, 2011

    1 photo

    ... was a disappointment as I would have liked to have examined it. The original church was built in 1071 by William the Conqueror’s nephew (I believe his name was Craig) but virtually destroyed by Henry VII. All that remains of the Norman church is the front facade.

    Just around the corner from the hotel was Chepstow Castle, an impressive ruin which we would have explored had it not been for the fact that it was due to close within the half hour. Instead I ...