Caldicot is a town in Monmouthshire.
Accesible from the M4.
Train There is a train station and is close to the Severn tunnel junction in Rogiet.
Bus Caldicot has many bus stops on the X73 route from Newport.
Caldicot Castle: This old castle is quite interesting before the pubs open. Bring you heritage card for free entry otherwise there is an admission charge.
Washbournes: Caldicots largest DIY store and also does photo development.
Caldicot is famous for its pubs and the populaces love of drink.
Ye Olde Tippling Philosapher: Believed to be the longest pub name in Britain (it's not). This pub serves food and is in the CAMRA guide albeit in the avoid section.
The Good Measure: This pub serves overpriced but drinkable lagers to all sprts of weird and wonderful. Pool matches on a Sunday must be experienced if the chance arises. Some have compared it to drinking in the chimpanzee section of the zoo.
The Galleon: This is where the young and rich of Caldicot come to drink cocktails and dance to pretentious dance music. Strict clothes policy on the door means come prepared to dress up to see how the other half live.
The Haywain: This is part of the sizzling steak co chains pubs. Offers fine food at low prices. In fact it is the cheapest pub in Caldicot. Just don't expect service or clientele to match.
24 hours of Flap: New bar opened on the outskirts of Caldicot in a field. Famed for offering outdoor raves on weekends and almost seeming as though it never closes. Advance tickets for the Saturday Slosh Pot are recommended (available from Kibbys fish and chips in the shopping district) due to large numbers attending. Very gay friendly in fact some locals think too much.