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Speech House
Coleford
Gloucestershire

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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 whilst retaining their original charm. Most overlook the romantic wilderness of the surrounding Forest of Dean.

The beamed Verderer's Court restaurant reflects the room's continuing use as a courthouse for the Foresters of Dean, while the more intimate Freeminers Restaurant maintains links with a unique Forest tradition. Steeped in history, The Speech House Hotel has accommodated the Verderers Court for hundreds of years and has accommodated royalty such as Charles II.
And if you are looking for a place to stay and enjoy the surrounding walking, cycling and local activities, then look no further.

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