Chepstow Castle InnCurrently Closed
- Address: 12 Bridge St, Chepstow NP16 5EZ, UK, United Kingdom
- Timings: 11:00 am - 11:00 pm Details
- Ticket Price: Free
- Tags: Food And Drinks, Leisure, Point Of Interest, Adults
If you are looking for a place to enjoy some quality dinks with your friends or family members then this small castle inn is the place for you to visit. The staffs here are outstanding and are always up to your need. You can also stay here for a night as the rooms are spacious and well equipped with all the necessary items. You will get to eat delicious foods in the pub on the ground floor. You will see a lot of images of the civil war in the dining area at the basement.
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How to Reach Chepstow Castle Inn
- Bus 755,761 to stop- Museum
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Chepstow Castle Inn Reviews & Ratings
Good bands, friendly staff and customers. Lovely location
Great choice of beers to drink in a very large beer garden
Love this place. Haven’t been for a while but hoping to visit soon as I hear they have a new bar manager who is well known to us and a great loss to the last place he worked. Looking forward to seeing him do well here
Great staff and atmosphere. We had a good night. Thanks :)
Excellent castle! I've been to quite a few in my time but this one is truly amazing. It has of couse been scarred by battle during the civil war however most it remains intact and it shows what a really medieval fortress should have looked like. The entrance price is very reasonable fair play to the owners as considering some of the overpriced English heritage owned attractions which are essentially in ruins. I would recommend this castle to anyone visiting the area not just history buffs as it really is a site to behold.