Beaufort Hotel - Chepstow is an excellent choice for travellers visiting Chepstow, offering a family-friendly environment alongside many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay.
Close to some of Chepstow's most popular landmarks, such as Mathern Mill (1.9 mi) and Severn Bridge (2.7 mi), Beaufort Hotel - Chepstow is a great destination for tourists.
Guest rooms offer amenities such as a flat screen TV, and guests can go online with free wifi offered by the hotel.
The property also boasts an on-site restaurant, to help make your stay more enjoyable. If you are driving to Beaufort Hotel - Chepstow, free parking is available.
Travellers looking to enjoy some ribs can head to Two Rivers Restaurant. Otherwise, you may want to check out a cafe such as Toast Tutshill, Tiffin Tea & Coffee House, or Firstclass Cafe.
If you’re looking for something to do, Chepstow Castle (0.2 mi), Old Wye Bridge (0.3 mi), and The Priory and Parish Church of St. Mary (0.3 mi) are a nice way to spend some time, and they are all within walking distance of Beaufort Hotel - Chepstow.
Enjoy your stay in Chepstow!
The essential basics were lacking. Unfortunately, visitors cannot upload videos. - The room smelt stale and unclean, despite the bedroom and bathroom windows being open. - One of the laundered white towels was stained with blue patches. - The carpet was sticky in places. Wearing footwear is advisory. - The kettle filter had to be cleaned of black specks before use. - The bathroom was narrow with extremely low water pressure. You had to hold the shower in one hand whilst using the other to wash. As soon as the shower head was replaced in the bracket, the water ran cold. It was extremely challenging and frustrating trying to find the correct temperature. Even a minuscule turn of the thermostat ranged from scalding hot to cold. The crisp, paper thin shower curtain did little to prevent water dripping onto the floor. The toilet cistern continued to flow and then into a trickle for a while after being flushed. - Vibrations from people walking on the creaky corridor and neighbouring bedroom floorboards/tiled bathroom/opening their bedroom door/pulling the bathroom pull cord light switch travelled through the thin walls, across my bedroom floor and into the bed. It felt as though we were sharing the same room. - All sockets were not working. Following a 20 minute process of elimination, trying various cables and appliances, the problem was solved. Switching on the the switch to a switched double socket powered up all the sockets. Light switches were unaffected. - The light above the bedroom mirror was not working. The similar switched type of light in the ladies toilet was intermittent, so unsuitable for anybody with epilepsy. The toilet seat in the ladies also needs to be secured properly. - The raised screw on the door plate needs to be fixed to avoid snagging of clothes. Additional observations: - Photographs on the website are not a true reflection of all rooms and facilities. The hotel is need of general maintenance, and electrical and plumbing inspections, particularly to the rooms that are not advertised. - The entrance to the approximately 12 vehicle narrow car park, less if there are vans, was not lit or clearly signposted. - The free Wi-Fi is limited. It works intermittently in the bedroom and the dining room adjacent to the reception area. - Breakfast was basic. Milk, sugar, water, coffee and cereals. Tea, and a cooked breakfast of eggs, bacon, sausage, mushroom and baked beans is available on request. A continental breakfast and fruit were not offered. - Staff unwinding in the beer garden at the end of the night were quite loud and could be heard a fair distance away. Conclusion: Whilst some might find this hotel quaint and acceptable, personally, it is unlikely that I will be staying here again.…
Stayed at the end of April to go to the races . The hotel was in a great location in the heart of the lovely town . The staff were really friendly and helpful and can’t fault them . The rooms are clean but in need of a bit of a make over . The breakfast was really good and again staff excellent . Overall a nice place to stay and would definitely stay again if I was in the area
Promised disabled parking on site....full on arrival so had to park in the public car park opposite where bottles had been thrown from nearby bars and weatherspoons, damned noisey place to try and sleep.Knowing wife was disabled gave us a room with two flights of stairs. VERY VERY low beds and we both got bitten by god knows what. Breakfast on second morning got wrong twice, hot water took ages to come through and very low pressure.....expensive and low class......go elsewhere.
Walked in and was immediately greeted by the landlady. Very welcoming. Service was brilliant and the food was lovely. Very friendly and accommodating. Would recommend and next time I’m in Chepstow I’ll be back! Thank you for a enjoyable and pleasant time here.
What a wonderful hotel. I've stayed a few times and wouldn't go anywhere else now, Neither will my company. All the staff are great. And Ricky explained the covid procedures, Things to do in the area and where to eat out. Nothing is too much bother for these guys and they're always on hand to help out. An amazing experience
The Beaufort Hotel has a warm friendly feel to it. The staff are attentive and very friendly. There is full bar but sadly it only offers 'Doombar' as a bitter, which is really only drunk by those who do not appreciate real beer. As it was a pre-Christmas business meeting we enjoyed a glass of merlot with our chicken burger. The chicken was delicious, served with a slice of back bacon and a good smothering of melted cheese. It came with chips and salad. Excellent value.
On struggling to find a Sunday roast in a dog friendly venue we stumbled upon this friendly gem. Prompt service, lush venue and the nicest roast I've had in ages. Top lunch. We will be back. Kids both cleaned their plates too. Made to feel very welcome by the staff too. Great place.
Check before you go if they have parties in the function room below the bedrooms. They didn't warn us until after we'd paid. The noise was unreal until 11.30pm. Also the walls are so thin we could hear every word of the conversations in the adjacent room. Our room was very small and cramped. Literally no room on the floor to put two cases. Breakfast ok but no fruit and little choice. The room was old and tired (the noisiest extractor fan I've ever heard). Tacky, tired, noisy and very poor value for money.
A very clean, tidy and welcoming hotel to have lunch with friends it's the first time we've visited although we live locally. Such friendly and helpful staff. We will visit again in October. Highly recommended.
I stayed a couple of nights at the hotel. I was very happy with my stay. Lovely hotel, very clean through, good size rooms that were value for money. The breakfast is good whether a full English or scrambled eggs along with many other options. I also had a fabulous cheese and bacon sandwich one lunchtime which I highly recommend. Lastly a big shout out to Liz and her staff for making my stay stress free, nothing is too much trouble for them, so friendly and helpful, great to stay somewhere where customer service is so good. If your going to stay in Chepstow you should give this place a try it is well worth it.