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Located in Monmouthshire County, the town of Chepstow is on the border with Gloucestershire in England and positioned on the River Wye. A historic area, the town is home to landmarks such as Chepstow Castle, which provides an insight into the history and heritage of the area. Chepstow has become a popular commuter town as well as a popular tourist destination, with many visitors drawn by the, culture, landscapes, and proximity to the Wye Valley and Forest of Dean. Other historical landmarks that can be found in the town include the Town Gate, the 13th century Port Wall, the Priory Church of St Mary, and Raglan Lodge. The town is also known for its racecourse, which attracts many visitors each year.
Once an important port town and trading centre, Chepstow now houses a diverse range of industries, which is why the office space in town is occupied by a variety of businesses and professionals. Among the companies that you will find based in the town are MVM Films, Architen Landrell and Osborn-Unipol. There are major retailers that also have a presence in the town, including Tesco, Homebase, Lidl, and Superdrug.
Entertainment And Dining Out
Chepstow hosts a number of festivities over the year, providing exciting entertainment. This includes the Two Rivers Folk Festival and the community festival. Chepstow Racecourse is a major attraction for those who enjoy racing while Drill Hall is often the venue for live performances or music. There are many dining options available in Chepstow for those looking to eat out. You can enjoy fabulous Indian food at The Mughal Spice while Mamma Mia is the place to go for delicious Italian fare. Shangri-La serves up tasty Chinese and The View is a great choice for British dishes and a drinks.
A number of road and motorway links provide excellent connections for drivers, major roads include the M48, the A466, and the A48. Trains can be accessed at Chepstow railway station, which operates on the Cardiff-Cheltenham Spa main line. There are onward connections to cities such as London and Bristol, usually via Newport or Severn Tunnel Junction. For those requiring air travel links, Bristol is the closest airport, with Cardiff a little further on. The town is also well served by buses and taxis.