Caldicot Village, Monmouthshire, old County of Gwent.Description: Town on low-lying land of Gwent Levels by Severn estuary. Castle: Built 12th-14th centuries, well restored in 19th century. Elaborate gatehouse. Contains local history museum, furniture, costumes. Venue for medieval banquets. Country park: Surrounding Caldicot Castle. Geography: On edge of most extensive fenland in Wales. Historical site: Runston Chapel (Cadw). Norman, ruined, near Crick. Prehistoric site: Significant Bronze Age finds include boat during excavations in castle grounds. Town on low-lying land of Gwent Levels by Severn estuary.Railway station: On Midlands/South Wales line. Swimming pool: Indoor pool.