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This hotel is old without being historic. It is inconvenient with a lot of stairs. Our room was small though there was a bathtub.
Reception was friendly but some staff didn't seem to know the town. Breakfast was good though there was little fruit and...More
Response from Michael C, Owner at Beaufort Hotel - ChepstowResponded 6 days ago
I’m sorry that you didn’t like the Beaufort but as they say “chacon a son gout” . But being busy with visitors, locals and residents can’t be all bad!
Booked a double room and had a double room with single beds but for one night not a big issue. However, the room was very dated, the beds uncomfortable,squeaky and old fashion. The bedding including the pillows and towels were fine. There was a stain...More
Recently had a delicious roast lamb meal, followed by a scrummy apple pie Couldn't fault it, 2 courses for £7. 95 whats not to like. Husband had spaghetti bolognaise which he thought excellent. Well done we will return.
Response from Michael C, Owner at Beaufort Hotel - ChepstowResponded 2 weeks ago
So glad you enjoyed your food. As it happens I had roast Lamb for yesterday’s (Sunday) lunch)
I was booked into the Beaufort Hotel as I was working near to Chepstow. From the outside it's architecture fits in very well with the look of Chepstow town centre. However, the interior looks tired and untidy and looks as if the hotel was fast...More
This hotel bar area is popular with the locals for evening food which looked very good. The rooms are a little tired but we were there as a group of 28 golfers and it’s a good place to stay for local courses. I was in...More