Sat in the beautiful Wye Valley and bordering Gloucester, the Welsh town of Chepstow has had many industries throughout the years. Although the main industry here now is tourism, Chepstow was once a thriving port which was known for its import of wine and the export of timber and bark from nearby Forest of Dean. Other important industries here included ship building, with a Nation Shipyard for WWI being based here. Chepstow is a gateway to the Forest of Dean, Brecon Beacons and Wye Valley and, as a result, is a hub for outdoor enthusiasts and adventure seekers.
Chepstow train station connects the town with the rest of the country, with regular services travelling east to Bristol and London and north to Birmingham and Nottingham. The M48 is also close by and Newport and Bristol are both under 20 miles away by road, with Cardiff being 31 miles away. Bristol and Cardiff airports are both nearby, while Heathrow is within reasonable distance.
Being close to both Bristol and Cardiff, Chepstow is a prime location for a business address. You can set up a virtual office with us here and our business address, mail and call handling services will all allow you to have an immediate city presence.
In addition, our meeting rooms are available for hire by the hour. When you do need to meet with clients, you can do so in a professional place with all the necessary facilities at hand. What’s more, our fully trained and professional staff will be on hand to make sure things go according to plan.