A very warm welcome awaits you at family-run "Chepstow" Bed and Breakfast located in the market and county town of Haverfordwest.
Our one large double en-suite room overlooks the tranquil garden and makes for an excellent base for exploring all aspects of the nearby St Davids Peninsula and Pembrokeshire Coastal Path.
"Chepstow" - What you can expect
We are a small, family-run business, with much to offer. Here at "Chepstow", you are guaranteed a warm family welcome - we will do everything possible to make your stay a comfortable, convenient and pleasant one, with both long and short stays on offer.
Our totally non-smoking establishment offers a spacious, tastefully-decorated en-suite bedroom which looks out over our beautiful back garden.
We also have a private visitor lounge set aside specifically for the use of our guests.
You are also able to make full use of tea and coffee-making facilities, colour television, and wireless internet access all year around.
We take great pleasure in being able to cater to the needs of our guests.
We are able to offer ample off-road parking, packed lunches on request, and we are happy to cater for special dietary needs if you contact us in advance.
Chepstow is central to many walking and cycling route, and is the perfect base for exploring the many wonderful and varied places and attractions that Pembrokeshire has to offer, and there really is something for everybody.
Haverfordwest itself is Pembrokeshire’s historical County Town, and Chepstow is situated right in the heart of it.
There are many places to eat and drink, a wealth of varied shops, pretty town walks, a golf-club, cinema, and the imposing castle ruins (with its informative museum), which are visible from almost everywhere in town. A new leisure centre opened in 2009, which is just a few minutes walk from Chepstow.
We are a short drive from the popular attractions of Oakwood (Wales’ most famous theme park), Scolton Manor Country Park, Folly Farm, and many others.
Pony-trekking, cycling, boat-trips, sailing, and walking are just some of the things Pembrokeshire has to offer.
Chepstow is also perfectly-situated to visit The County Show, which takes place every summer, and provides an opportunity to really get a taste of Pembrokeshire life.
We are also ideally suited to reach Fishguard, and the ferry crossing to Ireland.
A much-visited area is that of St Davids, the Smallest City in the UK, which is only twenty minutes away by car. Here you can visit the famous St Davids Cathedral and Bishops Palace (there are outdoor plays perfomed throughout the summer).
Take a boat out to Ramsey Island, visit the lifeboat at St Justinians, or if you feel particularly adventurous, try your hand at “Coasteering”, climbing and abseiling at the Twr-Y-Felin centre.
Solva is also well worth a visit - this charming village boasts a beautiful sandy beach, walks along the costal path, and a wealth of art galleries, craft shops, cafés, pubs, and restaurants. a picturesque village, with its own natural harbour.
We are only a short drive from many beautiful sandy beaches such as Newgale, Broad Haven and Little Haven (which are our nearest), Nolton, Dale, Marloes, Martins Haven (where boat-trips frequently depart to the islands of Skomer, Skokholm and Grassholm), Fresh Water East, Fresh Water West, Saundersfoot, and the popular visitor’s hotspot of Tenby.
All beaches offer something different - from a sedate day beside the sea, to more exciting options such as kayaking, windsurfing, and other watersports.