Green Man Backpackers Chepstow, 13 Beaufort Square, Chepstow, NP16 5EP (Car park NP16 5LL)
Situated in the heart of Chepstow close to the Wye and Severn Estuaries, Green Man Backpackers offers comfortable accommodation in a Grade 2 historic building. Chepstow is a medieval walled town featuring a hill top castle. It is the starting/finishing point for Offa’s Dyke path, the All Wales Coast Path and the Wye Valley Walk. The Forest of Dean, the Vale of Usk and the Wye Valley AONB are all close by. The building has had many past uses including medieval moot hall, former telephone exchange and British Legion building. It has been newly renovated to a very high standard and offers a selection of rooms: mixed dorms, male or female dorms, en suite doubles & triples, family 5 bed rooms and twin rooms with private bathrooms. Visitors have access to the private members’ bar and the television lounge. All prices include a free continental breakfast. The en suite rooms feature TV & tea and coffee making facilities. This family run hostel provides a warm welcome to Chepstow. 1 mile from Lands End to John O Groats route.This accommodation is featured on our map of South Wales and Pembrokeshire and here is its own website.
or call Mick and Ness on
01291 626773 Mob: 07870611979
49: 28 in dorms of 6 or 4 beds, 5 en suite family/twin rooms.
All year. All day. Except New Year's Eve/Day.
Dorms from £22pp, family/4 bed rooms from £65 (en suite from £75), 5 bed from £75, family/double en suite (sleeps 3) from £55.
Via email or phone, online booking coming soon. Groups of more than 5 dorm beds please book by phone
Postcode NP16 5LL brings you to Wilkos store on Welsh Street. Take the road beside Wilkos into a car park, go almost to bottom and head for the Welsh flag on flagpole.
Chepstow train station 6 mins' walk, bus station 5 mins' walk.
This accommodation is available to individuals, is an 'Eco Hostel', has a pub within walking distance and is on the City, Backpacker and Boutique Hostels map, the Offa's Dyke path, the Wales Coast Path, the Lon Las Cymru and the .