This three-storey townhouse sits in the heart of the wonderful town of Chepstow and is nothing short of luxurious.
With a beautiful, contemporary interior and a range of activities and attractions to suit all tastes nearby, treat yourself and your loved ones to an unforgettable stay at No8 Chepstow.
Gather everybody in the sitting room for a relaxing evening.The ground floor also occupies a marvellous country-cottage-style kitchen diner which features cream units and a rustic wooden dining table to seat six.
Step down into the basement and discover an inviting cinema room set with comfortable bean bags, sofas and a projector with surround sound so you can watch your favourite films in true style.
After an adventure-filled day out exploring the breathtaking countryside retire to one of the three remarkable bedrooms.
All are astoundingly finished in different styles and benefit from their own lavish en-suite facilities.
Head out to the lovely courtyard to the rear, where you can enjoy your morning coffee, or an evening drink and plan the events of the day beneath the warmth of the sun.
Chepstow is a fabulous choice for a holiday base, presenting an array of quality amenities, along with a striking 11th century castle.
The opportunities in the area cater for all tastes, from the awe-inspiring Wye Valley AONB to popular spots including the idyllic city of Bristol just over the River Severn.
Enjoy No8 Chepstow as your retreat at any time of year.
Over three floors. Three bedrooms: 2 x super king-size (zip/link, can be twins on request) with en-suite shower, basin and WC, 1 x super king-size (zip/link, can be twins on request) with en-suite shower over bath, basin and WC. Kitchen with dining area. Sitting room. Lower ground floor snug.
About the location
Monmouth 16 miles; Bristol 17 miles; Newport 18.5 miles
This magnificent Monmouthshire town rests on the southern fringes of the Wye Valley AONB, next to the England-Wales border. Bordered by the River Wye and dominated by its 11th century clifftop castle, claimed to be Britain's oldest surviving stone castle, Chepstow also benefits from a wide range of shops, cafés, pubs and restaurants, along with a popular racecourse. Venture into the nearby Wye Valley AONB, a landscape of hills, countryside, rivers and woodland, perfect for walking, cycling and canoeing with some stunning views. A wealth of popular spots in both England and Wales rest nearby, both Newport and Monmouth are well worth visiting, Newport with its elite shopping and Monmouth rich in history. Over the border, the Cotswolds are within reach along with the magnificent city of Bristol.