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Tourist Information and Travel Guide for Royal Forest of Dean including Herefordshire and Monmouthshire

This leading web site covers the Forest of Dean region in Gloucestershire including the Wye Valley and Severn Vale, the English County of Herefordshire and the Welsh County of Monmouthshire including Chepstow.

Royal Forest of Dean .Info premier destination guide is a comprehensive Visitors 'One Stop Shop' for Forest of Dean , Herefordshire , Monmouthshire, including the regions of Wye Valley, Severn Vale and Leadon Vale.

It is an extensive information resource covering accommodation in Hotels, Bed and Breakfasts (B&Bs), Pubs and Inns and Self Catering Holiday Cottages, Restaurants and Tea Shops, where to shop, and what Gardens to see. It also includes activity details including Walking, Cycling (Biking), Golfing, Motor Sport, Horse Riding, and Camping and Caravanning.

The site is an extensive resource for travel information, regional maps, and famous people associated with the Royal Forest of Dean and neighbouring Herefordshire and Monmouthshire. It has been designed to provide all the information a visitor will need or ever want to get the very best out of his visit to the region and who does not want to be confined to county boundaries.

Royal Forest of Dean .Info is a visitor information centre for tourist, holiday and vacation travel services in addition to ON-LINE travel assistance and OFF-LINE telephone help.

The Events Calendar lets you know what's on and Maps are provided for the whole region. Find holiday and vacation accommodation and lodgings.

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Tourist Information and Travel Destination Guide to Royal Forest of Dean, Wye Valley, Vale of Leadon and the Severn Vale, Herefordshire and Monmouthshire including places to visit and accommodation in hotels, bed and breakfast (b&b), Inns and Pubs, Self-Catering Holiday Cottages, Caravan and Camping

Forest of Dean

The Royal Forest of Dean and neighbouring regions consists of four quite different landscape areas:

The ancient Forest of Dean lies at the very heart of the district in Gloucestershire and borders the Wye Valley in the west and the Severn Vale in the east. The market towns of Coleford and Cinderford offer an insight into the industrial heritage and history of this fascinating and beautiful region.

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Wye Valley

The Wye Valley runs through parts of Monmouthshire, Gloucestershire and Herefordshire and is an area of outstanding natural beauty forming the western border of the Royal Forest, separating England from Wales. This unique area offers endless opportunities for outdoor activities such as canoeing and fishing on what is perhaps Britain's most unspoilt major river.

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Vale of Leadon

The Vale of Leadon in Gloucestershire is quintessentially an English area featuring rolling farmland, vineyards and black and white timbered buildings centred around the picturesque town of Newent in the northern part of the Forest of Dean district.

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Severn Vale

The Severn Vale is in the west of Gloucestershire and borders Monmouthshire, Worcestershire, the Forest of Dean and the M5 motorway to its east. The River Severn, England's longest river, flows through the Vale which is famous for its beautiful severn valley, Blaisdon plums and perry pears. The old Severnside port of Lydney is the area's main town, and is a thriving business and shopping area. The Severn Vale is steeped in history, abundant in local food, rich in culture, and bursting with spectacular scenery.

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This web site covers the Forest of Dean and adjacent regions of Severn Vale, Vale of Leadon and Wye Valley including the bordering English counties of  Herefordshire and Gloucestershire plus the Welsh county of Monmouthshire.

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Violette Szabo Museum


Ross-on-Wye Christmas Fayre is Sunday 25 November 11am-5pm.

Stalls on High Street & St Marys St.

Ross Town Band & Lights Switch On 4pm at Market House with music

Forest of Dean, Wye Valley,
Vale of Leadon and the Severn Vale
including Herefordshire and Monmouthshire