Forest of Dean Areas for Accommodation
Coleford including Clearwell, English Bicknor, Newland, Hillersland and Lydbrook
(For detailed Visitor Information see - Coleford Town)
Coleford, Capital of the Forest of Dean, is a thriving community located within easy reach of a wide range of interesting places to visit throughout the Royal Forest of Dean, Wye Valley and Vale of Leadon.
For details of accommodation in the Coleford area at Hotels, Bed and Breakfast (B&B), Inns and Pubs, Self Catering, Camping and Caravanning
see - Coleford
Cinderford including Littledean, Abenhall and Mitcheldean
(For detailed Visitor Information see - Cinderford Town)
The town at the heart of the Forest of Dean. Cinderford is a small town in Gloucestershire, England, with a population of 8,116 people (2001 census). The town lies on the eastern fringe of the Forest of Dean. The town only came into existence in the 19th Century, due to the rapid expansions of the coal mines.
For details of accommodation in and around Cinderford at Hotels, Bed and Breakfast (B&B),
Inns and Pubs, Self Catering, Camping and Caravanning
- see Cinderford
Lydney including Aylburton, St. Briavels, Lower Wye, Bream, Alvington, Blakeney, Oldcroft, Yorkley and Whitecroft
(For detailed Visitor Information see - Lydney Town)
Lydney is is busy industrial centre, with a wide range of business activities,
made possible by its easy access to several radiating motorways and the Severn
Bridge. The town has a large variety of shops, the majority in the Newerne Street
Around Lydney you will find accommodation at scenic places including Aylburton,
St. Briavels in the Lower Wye, Bream, Alvington, Blakeney, Oldcroft, Yorkley,
see Lydney Accommodation.
(For detailed Visitor Information see - Newnham on Severn Town)
Newnham is delightfully located on the banks of the River Severn. The village has a tree-lined main street reminding you of the imminent surroundings of woodlands, with may listed buildings. In the centre, you will see the prominent clock tower. You will find delightful shops, selling local crafts, antiques, books, porcelain and pottery, post office, Inns, village stores as well as a delicatessen and library. You will find several good places to stay
- see Newnham on Severn Accommodation.
Symonds Yat East and West
(For detailed Visitor Information see - Symonds Yat )
Symonds Yat is popular all year round with different attractions in all of
the seasons. At the bottom of the valley there are a range of visitor
attractions including a man-powered rope ferry over the river Wye, the maze
and the Heritage Centre nearby on the downward hillside. There is a visitor
centre at the top of the hill beside the Yat Rock Viewpoint.
There are several Hotels, Bed and Breakfasts, Self Catering establishments on
each side of the River Wye (Symonds Yat East and Symonds Yat West) and also
- see Symonds Yat East Accommodation and also Symonds Yat West Accommodation.