Chepstow Castle (Monmouthshire, Wales) Reviews
Description:Medieval castle in southeast Wales
Newest Review: ... being able to get to it! However, since Chepstow is such a pleasant little town, this is not exactly a great hardship. A Quick History Lesson ------------------------------- C hepstow Castle is one of the earliest stone built castles in the country, with some sections dating back to Norman times. It has enjoyed a long history as a castle and been rebuilt and developed substantially during ... more
Customer Chepstow Castle (Monmouthshire, Wales) Reviews (1)
by - written on 30/08/11 (Very useful, 57 readings)
The castles of South Wales are often unfairly left in the shadow of their better-known North Welsh counterparts. Most people have heard of (and probably visited) castles like Conway, yet far fewer have been to Caerphilly or Chepstow. And that's a shame, because they are just as impressive as their northern counterparts; hidden gems are definitely worth a visit if you find yourself in the area. Getting There ------------------- Chepstow Castle is very easy to reach by car since it is close to the town centre. There is a car park right by the castle, but if you can't find your way to that, don't worry as there are plenty of others scattered throughout ... Read the complete review
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