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

      New Zealand 2015

      A travel blog entry by miandmah on Jan 09, 2015

      Holiday all booked,including coach to Heathrow. Just under 5 weeks to go! Time to plan preparations in detail. Priority,however,is to finalise Marcia's talk to St. Arvans W. I. next week on last years NZ trip. Need to reduce her photo list from the current ...

      Not the Dr Who Experience

      A travel blog entry by ian.case on Jan 06, 2015

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      Given the "budget" hotel room we wondered what the "budget breakfast would be like. Only a basic "continental" but not too bad. More importantly for the kids in seems, the jam selection included "Nutella" packets.
      We walked down to Cardiff Bay to go to the Dr Who Experience. On the way we passed the Millennium Dome and a special place for Tristan - the waterfall sculpture that contained the 'secret' doorway to the Torchwood (a scifi TV series). After ...

      Pembroke Castle and Cardiff

      A travel blog entry by ian.case on Jan 05, 2015

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      Not a good start to the day, Ian was sick from food poisoning - possibly the beef and ale pie from last night.
      It was only a short drive to Pembroke castle. The wind was blowing cold but the castle was well worth the entry fee. We climbed all the towers, walked all the walls, down to the cavern, looked in the dungeon, and up the spiral staircase to the top of the round keep. The castle was in ...

      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

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      ... 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 ...