As of April, 8, 2021 at 12:01 am, the Government of Ontario declared a State of Emergency and issued a Stay-at-Home order across the entire province. The Stay-at-Home order requires everyone to remain at home and only leave for essential purposes. More information can be found at Grey Bruce Public Health. We cannot wait to welcome you back to Bruce County, but now is the time to stay safe and stay at home.

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The Chepstow Inn
Chepstow, Ontario
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Please note: Some business hours may vary due to COVID-19.

The Chepstow Inn is one of the most popular boutique hotels in the region and the perfect place to stay while exploring Brockton and area. Built as a coach stop over 150 years ago, it's the oldest operating hotel in all of Bruce County!

The building has been lovingly restored and updated by owner Kym Hutcheon, offering 3 comfortable suites on the upper level, each with private bath, TV, beverage maker and comfortable reading chairs, plus access to a beautiful dining room and cozy library on the main floor.

In the lower level there are three additional bedrooms with a shared bathroom, sitting area, kitchenette and exercise room! From this level there is a walk-out to the back yard with access to the wood stocked fire pit. A short drive from Walkerton, Kincardine, Sauble Beach or Tiverton, the village of Chepstow offers excellent outdoor activities, such as fishing, golf, hiking, cycling, paddling, and more!

Whether you visit for business or leisure, the Chepstow Inn - boasting a 5-star rating with Trip Advisor and near perfect reviews on all other platforms - is the place to be.

 

 

Location
2 County Road-31
Chepstow, Ontario, N0G 1K0
519-366-2626
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4+ Bedrooms
Fireplace
Open Year Round
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