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Walking Holiday:Celtic Trails Walking - Offas Dyke Path

Walking Holiday

Looking over Llanthony Priory

Looking over Llanthony Priory

Travel between Monmouthshire and the rest of the UK / Ireland is now allowed. Self-contained accommodation, non-essential retail, outdoor attractions and outdoor hospitality are allowed to open. Indoor hospitality and the rest of the accommodation sector will reopen from the 17th May. Please check ahead with the business before visiting as booking may be required or they may still be closed.

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Address

Chepstow,
Monmouthsire,
NP16 7ED

Contact

Mr Angus Cunningham

Details

This is one of the earliest National Trails, an ancient frontier earthwork marking the Welsh border. For the sheer scale, history and variety of towns encompassed along the route, this has to be one of Britain’s best. Celtic Trails provides maps & guides, books accommodation, transfers luggage and takes care of all details – leaving you to simply enjoy the walk.

Directions

See location of Celtic Trails Walking - Offas Dyke Path on Google mapsSee location on Google maps

Map reference: ST 545921  Lat: 51.62636 Long: -2.65770

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