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Old Tump House in the Forest of Dean

Comfortable accommodation in a stone built former Inn at the end of a valley on the edge of the Forest.

Dogs welcome. 

Open from the beginning of March to the end of November.
Cost for Bed and Breakfast £30 per person per night throughout the year.

Contact Info
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Phone: 01594 517333
Georgina D'Angelo
Old Tump House
New Road
GL15 4DG

Near: Blakeney
Photo of Near: Blakeney Blakeney is a small, thriving village on the eastern edge of the Forest ..

Nearby Churches
The Church of England church at Blakeney was built in the 1800's. Before this time, the parish was combined with the village of Awre, a little further to the east and closer to the River Severn. The font is what appears to be a 15th century stoup for holy water, belived to have been removed from Awre church during the Reformation and buried for safety. It was found near Gatcombe when the railway was built, and used locally as a flower pot for many years before being brought to the church at Blakeney. In the early 1800s there was a considerable non-conformist movement from the established church, and a tabenacle was built at Blakeney in 1823, a mile north of the village. This building is now used as houses. A replacement tabenacle was built in the village in 1849 (before the church of England church was built).