Places to Stay whilst in the Beautiful Forest of Dean

If your planning to make a weekend of it or travelling from afar... then why not book into a local hotel or Inn.  Click on the hotel logos below to view some of the great hotels in the area.

 

Tudor Farmhouse

Tudor Farmhouse Hotel + Restaurant, Clearwell, Royal Forest of Dean GL16 8JS

E: info@tudorfarmhousehotel.co.uk     T: 01594 833046

 

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Tudor Farmhouse Hotel is a place to relax surrounded by the timeless landscape and simple pleasures of the Royal Forest of Dean and the Wye Valley. Located between Chepstow, Monmouth and Ross on Wye, the hotel is a former working farm who’s stylish conversion retains many original features.  There are 23 individually decorated rooms together with 14 acres of grazed farmland to explore with stunning views of the Gloucestershire countryside.

At the very heart of the hotel is the restaurant offering a varied and imaginative menu based on the seasons. The restaurant prides itself on using only products sourced from within a 20 mile radius whenever possible, along with wild food foraged from the hotel grounds and fruit and vegetables from the hotel’s kitchen garden.

 

 

 

The Speech House Hotel

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 The Speech House Hotel (ON RACE SITE)
Coleford, Gloucestershire, GL16 7EL

Telephone : 01594 822607
Fax : 01594 823658
Email : info@thespeechhouse.co.uk

 

The Speech House Hotel, is a former 17th century hunting lodge set in the heart of the idyllic Royal Forest of Dean, Gloucestershire.

Overlooking the romantic wilderness of the surrounding Forest of Dean, The Speech House Hotel offers comfortably appointed bedrooms, several with four-poster beds. This Forest of Dean hotel has 37 bedrooms which offer modern facilities whilst retaining their original charm.

The King's Head

Kings Head Hotel, 8 High Street, Ross-on-Wye, Herefordshire,HR9 5HL

Freephone:0800 801098

Telephone: 01989 763 174

Fax: 01989 769 578

Email: enquiries@kingshead.co.uk

 

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Ross on Wye is a small market town nestling alongside the meandering River Wye. It is an ideal base to explore the surrounding countryside, including the Forest of Dean, The Brecon Beacons, Malvern Hills and the Cotswolds. Also a great stopping off point for trips to Cardiff or even racing at Chepstow or Cheltenham.

The Kings Head Hotel, which dates back to the 14th century, is situated in the most picturesque street in the centre of Ross. Until the advent of the railways in the 19th century, the Hotel was a small Coaching Inn. During Georgian times an extra storey was added and the facade changed to the current one. The Kings Head has open fireplaces and a wealth of oak beams. A tunnel reputedly runs in the cellar past the 12th century well to the old Saracens Head Inn. Occasionally there have been reports of ghosts and the clatter of horses from time past. We aim to bring the warmth of welcome and hospitality of a bygone age with convenience of the 22nd Century

Fountain Lodge

The Fountain Inn & Lodge, Fountain Way, Parkend, Nr. Lydney, Gloucestershire

GL15 4JD

Tel: 01594 562 189

Email: welcomefountaininnandlodge.co.uk

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Alan & Michelle welcome you to The Fountain Inn and Lodge in Parkend

The Fountain is a charming, traditional 200 year old village pub in the heart of the Forest of Dean, offering bed & breakfast as well as self-catering group accommodation in the Fountain Lodge. We provide a welcoming atmosphere to both locals and visitors to the area, with the Dean Forest Railway bringing steam trains almost to our door. Step into this atmospheric country pub to see an incredible range of interesting artefacts and tools filling every corner, with many relating to local crafts and history. Or try your arm at the local game of Quoits.

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