Race along to the fine restaurants of Chepstow. Situated just across the Severn from Bristol, Chepstow is sometime known as the gateway to Wales. Today it is perhaps best known for its horse racing meets at Chepstow racecourse but its important position on the banks of the River Wye was recognised as long ago as 1067, when William the Conqueror commissioned the castle that is now the oldest remaining stone castle in England. Visitors come to walk the Wales Coast Path and explore the beautiful Wye Valley, while, increasingly, the reputation of Chepstow restaurants draws in a foodie crowd. Whether you're enjoying a day at the races or simply admiring the handsome architecture of the town centre, make your day complete with a visit to one of Chepstow's excellent restaurants.