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Tel code: 01531 | code search
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Population: 5000
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September 2014: The Forest of Bowland

Is it sad that so few Britons know the Forest of Bowland, or great for those of us who do? Bowland covers a huge area, ...More
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Bed and Breakfast in 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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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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