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Stella & Rose's Books

Specialists in Rare & collectable books


We are open... the road might not be, but we are!

Please note, the A466 is closed from the Chepstow direction at the moment. If you plan to visit us we advise coming from the Monmouth direction will be easiest. Alternatively, there will be a diversion in place, although long. We look forward to seeing you.

Special Offer

20% discount on books by J.M. Barrie in our Special Book Room.

Type in voucher code BARREX at the checkout to apply your discount before payment. Valid to 24th July 2019.

Browse current stock of J.M. Barrie books in this offer

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Rediscovering Our Beautiful Local Areas
Is it just me? Or is it true, that when you live in a beautiful area, that you sometimes don't always truly see it for what it is, or take full advantage of all that is on offer? Having lived in and around the Chepstow area all my life, and having parents that have lived here most of their lives, sometimes this is the case with me. However, when in Chepstow and its surrounding areas, there are always coachloads of tourists...

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The Summer Palaces of the Romanovs
Treasures from Tsarskoye Seloby Emmanuel Ducamp with photographs by Marc Walter     Tsarskoye Selo is just outside St Petersburg and is more than 300 years old. It was originally a modest summer residence for Catherine I, second wife of Peter the Great. It has since been rebuilt and then refurbished by the Empress Elizabeth and Catherine the Great who developed it as a Royal Country residence. It is now a World Heritage site. Over the years it had been plundered and left derelict and during WW2...

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