Lydney

Lydney at the edge of the 27,000 acres of mostly wild woodland that is the Forest of Dean, looks eastward onto the Severn, its little canal harbour once used for shipping coal and iron mined in the district but now a marina for leisure craft... Read More

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Millingbrook Lodge

Millingbrook Lodge
Welcome to Millingbrook Lodge. Millingbrook Lodge and The George Inn – The Hotel experience with the personal touch – situated on the edge of the beautiful Forest of Dean. Owners Ian and Carol along with ... More | visit website
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Woolaston Inn

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 owned and run by 3 ... More | visit website

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