A fab four-piece who get any event rocking with crunching guitar, trouser flapping bass, a thumping beat and virtuoso vocals. These lads deliver every time, with an amazing selection of songs from the last 50 years.
Standing in the shadow of the imposing battlements of Chepstow Castle, a successful refurbishement has seen an upgrade of the interior which is broadly open plan facing towards the curved bar counter. What could be described as the public bar area has wooden floorboards with matching wooden furniture with a cosy sofa and small fireplace near the bar. On a lower level is a tastefully furnished lounge with an old fireplace with a hard fuel stove as its focal point above which is an attractive old clock dedicated to 'Sir George Thorold, Knight, Baronet, Lord Mair of London'. Enjoy also the lovely dresser with its modern ornaments and coloured lights near some window seating. A small dining room with old exposed stonework is off the bar and gives access to the toilets and outside patio. Car parking is at the rear outside the castle. Ales are usually sourced from the likes of Castles Brewery of Caldicot, Kingstone of Tintern, Rhymney or West Country brewers. Food is either made on the premises or sourced locally with the pie selection having interesting names. This also where the Chepstow Time Travellers Society meet. Note the old Whitbread Brewery plaque near the entrance claiming "The Best in the West" with the brewery founding date 1760.
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