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Bells Hotel and Forest of Dean Golf Club
Lords Hill
Coleford
Gloucestershire

GL16 8BE | View map

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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 of Coleford, Gloucestershire, Bells is conveniently located just 19 miles away from the centre of Gloucester, 7 miles from Monmouth and 14 miles from the Chepstow end of the Old Severn Bridge (M48).

In addition to its on site golf course (where, as a guest, you can play at a discounted rate) and bowling green, the hotel offers access to a wide range of activities based around the local area of outstanding natural beauty. During your stay you can enjoy complimentary access to the gym and tennis court. Bluewaters Beauty Salon is a new addition to the hotel where you can enjoy a range of treatments (additional cost).

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