Chepstow sits on the River Wye, about 2 miles upstream of its confluence with the River Severn. The location was named Striguil (or Estrighoiel) in Norman times - from the Welsh word ystraigyl meaninga bend in the river - but by about the 14th century had become known in English as Chepstow, from the old English ceap / chepe stowe meaning market place.
Specialist tour operator selling wildlife holidays & safaris across the world as well as northern lights holidays and winter activities in the Nordic countries for the last 21 years. Tailor-madespecialists but also working with wildlife photographers for small group tours.
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