Gloucestershire Furniture Hire offers the highest standards furniture hire in the Chepstow and the surrounding areas, priding ourselves on caring service, with a deep level of personal customer care and have a large range of tables, chairs and accessories including Stages and P A. We aim to make your event a perfect and successful event. We specialise in furniture hire for private and corporate functions and accessories hiring with our dedicated staff are here to ensure you can relax and enjoy your day, whatever the occasion within Chepstow and nearby villages, we offer fast friendly delivery to your event location
We can provide furniture for all types of events whether it is for a small celebration catering for twenty or a large wedding or corporate event, arranging this can be very daunting task. Using all our own equipment allows us to keep our costs within an affordable budget while keeping standards to highest quality. For more information, please contact us now :
Tel: 01452 507757
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The historic medeival market town of Chepstow is situated on the west bank on the river cliff overlooking the river wye, and dating back to 1067 in medeival times it was the most important port in wales and provides an excellant starting point to explore the town. Including the town gate, museum and award winning regenerated town centre. Why not picnic by the town bandstand or stay in the many bed and breakfast. With its own racecourse and of course home to the Coral Welsh Grand National details here chepstow-racecourse.co.uk
this could be the perfect place for your corporate event or wedding.
St Mary’s Church in the town centre dates back to the 11th century and is a cornerstone to the Catholic community of Chepstow. The tomb of Henry Marten, close friend of Oliver Cromwell, can be found inside the Church. Marten was imprisoned in the Tower at Chepstow Castle for many years until his death in 1680. Just 8 miles up the road from Chepstow is the Cistercian abbey of Tintern is one of the greatest monastic ruins of Wales. It was only the second Cistercian foundation in Britain, and the first in Wales. It was founded on 9 May 1131 by Walter de Clare, lord of Chepstow. Today, many visitors to Chepstow also visit the spectacular Tintern Abbey which has a magical presence in the nearby Wye Valley. So here we could lead on to the beautiful wye valley and the river wye flowing throgh the pictureque Symonds Yat which is a few miles from Ross on Wye a lovely little market town, just. Why not stay in Chepstow and visit and explore the local surrounding area for a few days, you could even plan your stay to coincide with the races. have fun and enjoy.