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Greenway Farm Caravan & Camping Park in the Forest of Dean

David and Lorrraine welcome you to Greenway,a 5* graded five acre site of flat pasture with beautiful views.

Centrally heated toilets with free power showers and hair dryers. Disabled wet room and toilet. Wash up cabin with free hot water and freezers for ice packs. Laundry room with washing machine and tumble drier. Visitor information area and pay phone. FREE Wifi. On site cafe and Bistro, excellent menu, daily specials.

Nearby pubs and shops. Dogs strictly by arrangement only.

Good base for Ross on Wye and all Forest of Dean attractions.

Ideally situated for access to walks, bike riding and horse riding.

Contact Info
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Phone: 01594 544877
David and Lorraine Morgan
Greenway Farm Caravan & Camping Site
Greenway Farm
GL17 9HW

Near: Drybrook
Drybrook is a small village situated just north of Cinderford, in what was once part of the Royal Hunting Forest. Drybrook was once on the old rooute from Gloucester to Monmouth, via Mitcheldean and R..

Nearby Shops
There is a small shop in the village, including a post office. The main local shopping centre is at Cinderford.
Nearby Churches
Holy Trinity - Harrow Hill, Near Drybrook This church is known locally as the Forest church. It was built in 1817 under the personal supervision of Henry Birkin, it's first minister. It is built of roughly coursed stone, with ashlar dressings and features a wide nave, short chancel and north and south porches. One of the three original galleries now remains. The church unusually has eight tubular bells installed as a memorial to the dead of World War I. Deprecated: mysql_escape_string(): This function is deprecated; use mysql_real_escape_string() instead. in /var/www/vhosts/ on line 613