Cathedral city, seaport, and parliamentary borough in Gloucestershire 118 miles from London.
This is a charmingly situated and rapidly improving watering place, much frequented by the citizens of Bristol during the summer season. Situated on the margin of the Bristol Channel, with rugged and precipitous rocks rising boldly up from the
Deep waters of the dark blue sea,
Clevedon presents a very attractive place of resort to both the occasional tourist and valetudinarian, who seeks a quiet retreat for health’s sake. Myrtles and other delicate shrubs flourish in the gardens at all seasons, so temperate is the air.
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This interesting old place, of 4,621 inhabitants, stands among the Monmouthshire Hills, near the Sugar Loaf, Blorenge, and other peaks.
Chepstow is a market town, in the county of Monmouth, situated near the mouth of the river Wye. The town is large and has within the last few years been much improved.