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Wyndham Arms Hotel, Coleford

Wyndham Arms Hotel
Nestled in the village of Clearwell between the Wye Valley and the Royal Forest of Dean, this cosy inn offers rustic charm, AA Rosette dining, free Wi-Fi and parking. The ... More Prices from 45.00

The Butchers Arms, Clearwell , Coleford

The Butchers Arms, Clearwell
The Butchers Arms is a 13th century Inn and restaurant with accommodation. Built using Forest stone the building is one you won't forget with traditional beamed ceilings, stoned walls and ... More Prices from 65.00

Bells Hotel & The Forest of Dean Golf and Bowls Club, Coleford

Bells Hotel & The Forest of Dean Golf and Bowls Club
Nestled in the Forest of Dean in the historic market town of Coleford, this exceptional hotel and leisure complex offers an 18-hole parkland golf course, clubhouse, superb restaurant and bowling ... More Prices from 64.00

The Angel Hotel, Coleford

The Angel Hotel
A beautifully decorated inn situated in the heart of Coleford, the Angel Hotel has been recently refurbished to the highest standards. It offers a café/restaurant offering a wide range of ... More Prices from 69.00

The Sloop Inn, Monmouth

The Sloop Inn
Our emphasis at the historic 300 year old Sloop Inn is to create a relaxing and enjoyable experience, whether relaxing taking a drink in the beer garden, experiencing one of ... More Prices from 65.00

Symonds Yat Rock Lodge, Coleford

Symonds Yat Rock Lodge
Stylish bed and breakfast at Symonds Yat Rock on the Wye Valley. Walk directly from your front door into the Forest of Dean. In easy walking distance is one of ... More Prices from 72.00

The King's Head- a JD Wetherspoon Hotel , Monmouth

The King
The King's Head- a JD Wetherspoon Hotel is a thorn in the side of those who believe that beautiful Welsh towns start with a ‘Ll’, the ancient county town of ... More Prices from 49.00

The Woolaston Inn and Gurkha Restaurant and Bar, Lydney

The Woolaston Inn and Gurkha Restaurant and Bar
In the village of Woolaston itself, the restaurant is situated midway between Chepstow and Lydney, directly on the A48 in the Royal Forest Of Dean. The Woolaston Inn is currently ... More Prices from 45.00

Old Court Hotel & Suites, Ross on Wye

Old Court Hotel & Suites
The Old Court is an Elizabethan Manor House which was converted into a hotel in the late 1960s. The hotel is set in the Lower Wye Valley within the ANOB. ... More Prices from 55.00

Norton House B & B and Cottages, Ross on Wye Herefordshire

Norton House B & B and Cottages
An award winning Four Star Gold Bed & Breakfast, Norton House is a grade 11 listed building dating back to the 1500s, the date ‘1716’ over the front door refers ... More Prices from 85.00

Littledean House Hotel, Littledean

Littledean House Hotel
Littledean House Hotel is a large Country Guest House in the heart of the Forest of Dean. A Hotel for over 100 years, the building hosts a quirky charm, perfect ... More Prices from 49.00

Parkfield7 Guesthouse, Chepstow

Parkfield7 Guesthouse
Parkfield7 is situated alongside Chepstow Racecourse in the Wye Valley on the A466 (route of Lands End to John'OGroats cycle ride) and is only 1.5 miles from Tintern Abbey. Established ... More Prices from 70.00

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