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Of all the places that call themselves "the gateway to Wales", CHEPSTOW (Cas-Gwent) has probably the greatest claim, situated on the western bank of the River Wye. Chepstow is a sturdy place, robbed of the immediate charm of many other Welsh market towns by soulless modern developments. Nonetheless, there's an identifiably medieval street-plan hemmed in by the thirteenth-century Port Wall, which encases a tight loop of the River Wye and the strategically sited Chepstow Castle (April, May & Oct daily 9.30am–5pm; June– Sept daily 9.30am–6pm; Nov– March …
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