Coleford

Dennis Potter’s birthplace, Coleford in the heart of the Forest of Dean nestles in its hill country, a good base for exploring that area and with many attractions in easy reach, not least Offa’s Dyke and the town’s own Great Western Railway Museum... Read More

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Speech House

Speech House

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This 17th century former hunting lodge rests in the heart of the Royal Forest of Dean. Comfortably appointed bedrooms, several with four-poster beds have been tastefully refurbished and offer modern facilities ... More

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Bells Hotel and Forest of Dean Golf Club

Bells Hotel and Forest of Dean Golf Club

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Situated in the beautiful unspoilt Royal Forest of Dean, this modern hotel boasts its own golf course and superb facilities for conferences, leisure activities or quiet relaxation. Situated in the market town ... More

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Angel Hotel

Angel Hotel

Set in the Forest of Dean between the River Wye and River Severn, this hotel has seen many changes over the centuries. Situated in the town centre of Coleford, The Angel Hotel is located within one ... More | visit website

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Miners Country Inn & Restaurant

Miners Country Inn & Restaurant
The Miners Country Inn is a family run 'Free House' in the small village of Sling, in the glorious Forest of Dean. We have a friendly and welcoming atmosphere whether you just stop for a ... More | Double Room: £50 | visit website
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Butchers Arms

Butchers Arms
The Butchers Arms is a 13th century Inn and restaurant with accommodation. Built using Forest stone the building is one you won't forget with traditional beamed ceilings, stoned walls and a open log fire place, ... More | visit website

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