Newent

Newent sits at the edge of both the Forest of Dean and the Vale of Gloucester, an ancient market town with an onion festival in September and a renowned vineyard to recommend it... Read More

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Three Choirs Vineyards Hotel

Three Choirs Vineyards Hotel

One of England's leading vineyards, now offers visitors the chance to stay and enjoy this beautiful location.The hotel has been built on a ridge overlooking the 75 acres of vineyards and every bedroom and the ... More | Double Room: 105 | visit website

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Malswick Mill

Malswick Mill

A relaxing warm welcome, luxuriously appointed en-suite accomodation and stunningly beautiful setting awaits all our guests. The Mill Bar/Restaurant is the perfect place to meet people or just relax overlooking the grounds, gardens, lakes and ... More | visit website

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The George Hotel

The George Hotel
The ancient market town of Newent is situated where two medieval roads from Wales converged on their way to Gloucester and the Severn River Crossing. The pretty Town with its black and White houses and ... More | Double Room: From 70 | visit website

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Harts Farm Barn (3.33 miles)

Harts Farm Barn
Harts Farm Barn is a 200 year old converted barn in Howcross, Gloucestershire. ... More
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New House Farm (3.39 miles)

New House Farm
The Farmhouse has 3 bedrooms, one with a queen size four poster bed, one family room with a queen size double & 2 single beds, and one double room. All rooms are fully en-suite, with ... More | visit website
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The Dark Cottages & Lodge (3.82 miles)

The Dark Cottages & Lodge
A 400 year old Grade II Listed black and white farmhouse; with adjacent courtyard surrounded by cottages; Listed timber and stone barn. Set in 32 acres of open countryside with 2 lakes; 1 ornamental with ... More | visit website
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Dark Barn Lodge (3.82 miles)

Dark Barn Lodge

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Over 400 years old, this listed barn had been carefully restored to offer modern facilities whilst retaining the charm of yesteryear.
Set with in 32 acres of picturesque countryside, this family ... More

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Farmers Boy Inn (4.18 miles)

Farmers Boy Inn
Award Winning 17th Century Country Inn & Restaurant with Open Fires, Oak Beamed Restaurant, Lounge, Bar & Games room. Child Friendly & Dog Friendly Beer Garden with Home cooked Food served all Day everyday, Real ... More | visit website
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The Farmers Boy Inn (4.18 miles)

The Farmers Boy Inn

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Set In the Gloucestershire Countryside this Award winning 17th Century Inn with Oak Beams & open Log Fires has something for everyone. A home from home family atmosphere,weather its a ... More

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Rose & Crown (4.24 miles)

Rose & Crown

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The views are fantastic, overlooking the malvern hills in the distance, with access to the M50/M5 leading to Wales, Hereford, Worcester, Gloucester, Bristol, Birmingham and so many other locations. we ... More

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Hartleton Lake Retreat (4.51 miles)

Hartleton Lake Retreat

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Standing peacefully on the banks of lovely Hartleton Lakes and beside a golf course, this newly converted stable makes a very comfortable holiday base. Whether enjoying a ... More

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Lea House (4.54 miles)

Lea House
Lea House is an outstanding small guest house in the village of Lea. It is surrounded by countryside, just 4 miles from the picturesque riverside town of Ross-on-Wye and adjacent to the ... More | visit website
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Watersmeet Country Inn (4.80 miles)

Watersmeet Country Inn
Traditional Country Pub with lakeside accomodation set in ten acres of glorious countryside. Only 5 miles from Gloucester City centre and well situated for motorway network. Ideal venue for business or pleasure breaks. Flagstone flooring ... More | visit website

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