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  • Hotel Bells Hotel & The Forest Of Dean Golf And Bowls Club Coleford

    Bells Hotel & The Forest Of Dean Golf And Bowls Club, in Gloucestershire, is three-star rated and set on an 18-hole golf course. En-suite rooms and suites feature a colour television, hairdryer and tea and coffee maker. Some include wheelchair access, a desk and internet access. In addition to a par 69 golf course, with attendant advice and assistance, there is a well manicured bowling green. The Raglan Suite at Bells Hotel & The Forest Of Dean Golf And Bowls Club is a popular venue for weddings and civil ceremonies and a full range of beauty treatments is available to visiting guests.  Further features include meeting and conference spaces. On-site parking is free. Breakfast and later dining menus are available in the Clubhouse Restaurant and Bar. Coleford’s Great western Railway Museum is a seven-minute walk away and it is just over a mile to the ancient woodland site at Puzzlewood. more

  • Hotel The Angel Coleford

    Located in the heart of the Forest of Dean, The Angel Hotel offers comfortable accommodation in Coleford that features complimentary Wi-Fi access and free on-site parking. Each of the individually styled rooms at this hotel features amenities such as a private bathroom, flat-screen TV, and coffee/tea making facilities. Amenities at this smoke-free hotel include a nightclub, garden, heating throughout, carpeted rooms, and local tourist information. A full English breakfast is included in the room rate and is served each morning in the hotel restaurant which is also open for both lunch and dinner specializing in traditional British dishes. The Angel Hotel is just a fifteen-minute walk from Forest Hills Golf Club while Forest of Dean Golf Club is just a short five-minute stroll. Monmouth is a seventeen-minute drive with Gloucester forty minutes away. more

  • Hotel Forest House Coleford

    Forest House is a beautiful 18th-century Grade II listed building in Coleford. It was home to the pioneering iron masters David Mushet and his son Robert from 1772-1891, from whom the Bessemer process originated. The house has been extended and sympathetically modernised but still retains many charming original features and a beautiful garden which can be enjoyed by all! The eight en-suite bedrooms are spacious and beautifully furnished and come complete with TV/ DVD players, hair dryers, complimentary hospitality trays and luxury Elemis toiletries. Andersens, the restaurant, serves great home cooked food specialising in slow cooked meat dishes, extra matured 'Celtic Pride' steaks and fabulous fish and seafood dishes. It is now a firm favourite with residents and locals alike and it is advisable to book a table especially at the weekends. The surrounding area of the Wye Vally has been designated an area of outstanding natural beauty and includes many attractions including Symonds Yat, Puzzlewood, Beechenhurst and the fabulous Sculpture trail, many family cycle trails, Clearwell Caves and the Dean Heritage Centre to name just a few. Tintern Abbey, Chepstow Castle & Raglan Castle are all nearby. more

  • Hotel The Speech House Hotel Coleford

    Housed in a 17th century hunting lodge formerly owned by Charles II, The Speech House features a garden and courtyard. The Forest of Dean Sculpture Trail is nearby. The hotel’s bedrooms boast classic decor and en-suite bathrooms. Rooms also include flat-screen TVs with Freeview channels and hospitality trays. Family rooms and a separate cottage are available. Facilities at the Speech House include complimentary Wi-Fi, room service, free newspapers in the lobby and dry cleaning and laundry services. Free parking is available. Guests can enjoy a complimentary English breakfast and dining in one of three on-site restaurants. The Orangery offers light meals, afternoon teas and Sunday roasts. The Verderers Court serves more formal meals while the Carolean offers a setting for private dining. The hotel lies within ten miles of Tintern Abbey and the Slimbridge Wildfowl and Wetlands Centre. Gloucester Cathedral and the National Waterways Museum are within 15 miles. more

  • Hotel Ferndale House Coleford

    Situated in Lydbrook, Ferndale House offers bed and breakfast rooms and self-catering facilities. This Forest of Dean guest house places guests near walking trails and attractions such as Speech House. All rooms are en-suite and feature Freeview TV, free Wi-Fi, toiletries and tea/coffee making facilities. One ground floor room is available. The Lodge and the Granary are separate self-catering/pet-friendly units. Ferndale House has a picturesque garden with seating and a stream. Plus, there’s free off-road parking for guests. Breakfast is included for B&B stays and is crafted from local produce (when possible). Local dining spots include the Courtfield Arms and the Garden Cafe. This property lies within six miles of Clearwell Caves, the Forest Hills Golf Club and Goodrich Castle. The towns of Monmouth and Ross on Wye are 20 minutes away by car. more

  • Hotel The Miners Country Inn Coleford

    Located in the small village of Sling, in the Forest of Dean, the Miners Country Inn features bed and breakfast accommodations and an award-winning gastro pub with wide array of local ales. Each of the four en-suite rooms at the Miners Country Inn include a desk, Wi-Fi access, TV and toiletries.  Guests can choose an en-suite with a shower or bath. A quintessential inn with beamed ceilings and stone floors, the Miners Country Inn has free Wi-Fi and free guest parking. Guests can relax with a drink at the bar or beer garden and enjoy award winning food in the the onsite restaurant. This family-run inn is one mile from Clearwell Castle and a four-minute drive to the market town of Coleford.  Clearwell Caves, the Royal Forest of Dean’s Iron Mining Museum, is within easy driving distance. more

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