Information about Parking in Chepstow
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Located in Wales, on the banks of the River Wye, Chepstow is a small town with a big history that’s ready to explore. With evidence of human occupation dating back to around 5000BC it’s no surprise that Chepstow is a popular tourist destination.
Explore some of Chepstow’s more recent history at St Mary’s Priory Church founded in the 11th century, Chepstow Port Wall dating back to the 13th century, the stunningly ancient Chepstow Castle, Regency road bridge… you’ll have to visit Chepstow to see it all.
There’s plenty of boutique and specialist stores in the centre of town. As well as being a tourist destination since the late eighteenth century, the port of Chepstow has been an important historical feature since the Middle Ages. It’s no wonder then that you’ll find a unique memento to commemorate your visit.
From the medieval Chepstow Castle to shopping on high street there’s something for everyone in Chepstow.
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Chepstow Parking Statistics
4.7 out of 5 stars
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Parking in Chepstow
There are several pay and display car parks in Chepstow, with a mix of short and long-term parking available. These car parks are open 8:00am - 6:00pm Monday to Sunday and this includes Bank Holidays.
Blue badge Chepstow parking is available free of charge for badge holders, and motorcycle and bicycle parking is also available in selected car parks outlined below:
- Castle Dell – Long Stay Pay and Display (Spaces 99, Disabled 4) Motorcycle Parking Facilities Available.
- Drill Hall – Long Stay Pay and Display (Spaces 67, Disabled 8)
- Nelson Street – Short Stay Pay and Display (Spaces 86, Disabled 5) Motorcycle Parking Facilities Available.
- Station Road – Long Stay Pay and Display (Spaces 42, Disabled 0)
- Welsh Street – Long Stay Pay and Display (Spaces 242, Disabled 8) Motorcycle Parking Facilities Available.
- The Station car park – Long Stay Pay and Display (Spaces 55, Disabled 0)
Prices for short and long stays are listed below
- 2 Hours £1.50
- 3 Hours £1.90
- 4 hours £2.40
- Sunday – First 2 Hours Free £1.00 (Remainder of the day)
- 2 Hours £1.50
- 3 Hours £1.90
- 4 hours £2.40
- 5 day ticket £18.00
- 6 day ticket £21.50
- All Day £4.80
- Overstay Charge £6.00
- Sunday – First 2 Hours are free £1.00 (Remainder of the day)
Exceptions include Drill Hall and The Station car parks which have a long stay charge of £1.50.
Alternatively you can browse the options available at YourParkingSpace. We have short term and long term options available in Chepstow.
Many of Chepstow’s car parks are central, so you’ll be able to pack plenty of sight-seeing into your visit.
For the history buffs; visit Chepstow Castle the oldest post-Roman stone castle that is still standing. It’s located right along the banks of the River Wye affording a stunning view and history lesson in one place. The ruins of Tintern Abbey are one of the more famous spots near Chepstow, and is now considered a prime example of British Gothic architecture.
Chepstow is a great spot for those who want to stroll through the picturesque countryside of Wales. Park at the Chepstow Castle car park and walk through 17 miles of green riverbanks to Monmouth.
When you’ve spent a couple of days exploring Chepstow’s history you can test your luck at the races. Chepstow Racecourse is a popular choice for horse races, live entertainment and a day out with the family so keep an eye on their events page.
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By Train: Chepstow Station is within walking distance of the town centre. Both the CrossCountry and Transport for Wales lines stop here.
By Bus: You can catch an intercity coach from Victoria Coach Station in London to Chepstow.
By Car: Follow the A466 and turn onto the A48 to get into Chepstow. There are tolls in place for crossing from England to Wales on the Severn Bridge.
Disabled Parking in Chepstow
Blue badge holders are able to park in designated disabled spaces in Chepstow’s council car parks free of charge and for an unlimited time. Your blue badge must be clearly displayed or a fine may be given.
To search for the disabled car park that is closest to Chepstow, see the Blue Badge Parking website.
Electric vehicle charging stations are available at several locations in Chepstow:
- Tesco Superstore Chepstow
- Chepstow Library
- Two Rivers Pub & Restaurant
A network of all electric vehicle charging points can be found on the government's Go Ultra low website.
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Overnight, Weekend & Bank Holiday
All of Chepstow’s council car parks are open Monday to Sunday 8:00am - 6:00pm including Bank Holidays.
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What is the weather like in Chepstow?
In the spring and summer Chepstow is warm and reasonably sunny with July and August being the driest and warmest months. November to February is noticeably colder with more rain and an average temperature of 4.1 °C in January.
What does Chepstow mean?
Chepstow comes from the Old English word for market place.
What is the population of Chepstow?
In the 2011 census 12,350 people were living in Chepstow.
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What are Chepstow’s top attractions?
- Chepstow Castle
- Wye Valley Walk
- National Diving & Activity Centre (NDAC)
- Chepstow Museum
- Caldicot Castle
- Old Town Bridge
- Priory Church of St Mary
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