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Willowbrook Guest House
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Chepstow
South Wales

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Willowbrook is ideally located as a base to visit many of the beautiful places in the Wye Valley areas, such as Tintern Abbey and Offa's Dyke. If you are looking for historical sites, we have Chepstow & Caldicot Castles within 5 minutes drive, as well as the stunning Roman settlements of Caerleon and Caerwent nearby. If you like sport and the outdoor activities, we have two Championship courses nearby, St. Pierre Golf and Country Club is within two miles and The Celtic Manor (Ryder Cup Hosts 2010) located only 10 miles away. Chepstow Racecourse, The National Diving Centre and David Broomes Equestrian Centre are all within a few miles.
All our rooms have En-Suite facilities, some rooms equipped with Kitchette with cooking hobs, Microwave and Fridge/Freezer etc, perfect for long stays. Breakfast is served in our conservatory overlooking the brook and fields to the rear. If you wish to pop out for a drink or a bite to eat the New Inn country pub is located only 50 yards away across the road, newly refurbished with added function room. All our rooms have En-suite facilities, payment is either by Cash or Cheque on arrival, sorry we do not have card facility.

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