Chepstow was once a thriving port on the western end of the Severn Bridge and was known for its wine imports, alongside timber and bark exports from nearby Forest of Dean. Now, this Welsh town is a tourism hub with most of its employment being within the hospitality industry. Close by are the Forest of Dean, Brecon Beacons and Wye Valley, meaning that tourists often pass through or stop in Chepstow.
Both Bristol and Cardiff airports are within easy reach of Chepstow and the M48 makes it easy to access Newport which is 16 miles away, Bristol which is 18 and Cardiff which is 31. There is also a train station in the town which connects to all major cities in the south west, London and the north.
It is important to have a professional place to meet with clients and our meeting rooms at Beaufort Park are the perfect place to do so. Not only is the business centre well located between three major cities, but this modern centre has all the facilities you could need, as well as being charged by the hour at an affordable rate.
Regus centres in Chepstow also offer virtual office can help you achieve that with a prestigious business address on the Welsh border, complete with call and mail forwarding services.