If you are thinking about walking the Offa’s dyke path we can give you a fantastic place to stay.

Walking the Offa’s dyke path, we are located in the town of Chepstow which neighbours Sedbury (the paths starting point). Running along the Welsh English border the path is 177 miles long. And it finishes at the seaside town of Prestatyn in the north of Wales.

Throughout the path there are fantastic scenes to see. With so much wildlife to discover it is an excellent challenge. It can take up to 2 weeks to complete the entire trail with it having some difficult terrains. Whether you’re planning to take on the whole path or just a section of it we can give you a great place to stay.

Our hotel is located at the bottom of the high street in Chepstow. The town has plenty to offer you. With its peaceful pubs and restaurants it is the ideal place to put your feet up after a long day walking. Within the town there is much to see. The castle next to the River Wye is a superb location to spend a quiet afternoon. So if you’re thinking of walking the Offa’s Dyke path then we have the perfect accommodation for you.

Along the path you will come very close to the towns of Monmouth and Abergavenny. If this is enough of a walk for you then it is very easy to get a bus back to us. We are located just a 5 minute walk from the bus station. Getting around this district will be nice and simple for you thanks to the excellent public transport links.

One of our lovely rooms in this peaceful town can give you everything you need. After a long day walking the Offa’s dyke path coming back to our beautiful hotel will allow you to totally relax.

Walking the Offa’s dyke path

Walking the Offa’s dyke path