Coach and Horses
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Coach and Horses
The Coach and Horses is a stones throw away from the town centre, it is famed for it's yearly real ale festival.
It also has 7 bedrooms for accommodation, about £45-£60 for a double.
The pleasant bar provides the weary tourist with an ideal and interesting night off. The Coach and Horses continues to specialise in the real ale arena and takes great pride in its full range of cask conditioned beers. The owner is Brains Brewery and so these were the beers available at the time.
Try it if you are in Chepstow for the races as it offers a calming atmosphere after a hectic day betting.
A great range of beers and well kept. A typical old fashioned pub with great staff and management, ramp available for wheelchairs and railings in toilets to assist the infirm. Beer and food first class. Food is genuine pub grub, home made pies superb and friendly staff and owners. Food served 12 to 2-30 and 6 to 9. Not used accommodation, but talking to other customers quite good. Friendly staff and owners and their dogs and the best range of beers I have ever seen. (22/06/08 - Twm Sion Catti)
Having stayed at the Coach and Horses over the weekend to attend the racing I'm shocked to see these comments. We were treated perfectly well, and we enjoyed our stay immensely. My wife and I managed to try all the ales between us and they really were kept in top condition. The staff seemed quite knowledgeable and the Landlords son even showed us around the cellar the next morning after breakfast. The one down point was that we had 'noisy neighbours' in the room next door, but I suppose that could happen anywhere (and they did apologise to us over breakfast). All in all we enjoyed our stay and we will be back. One tip: don't let them con you into having one of their South African spirits, they are blooming potent. (Henri Hond - 13/6/05)
Timothy Taylor Landlord
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