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To make your reservation, telephone or write to the establishment of your choice quoting "2000 Royal Forest of Dean Visitor Guide on the Internet". Alternatively, upon arrival at the Royal Forest of Dean, our Tourist Information staff will be happy to assist with booking accommodation for you. This service is free of charge. Please check Tourist Information opening times. Price quoted in accommodation advertisements are base on bed & breakfast, per person per night (unless otherwise stated, but please confirm prices at time of reservations.
Whether you are here for just a weekend break, on holiday, or on a business visit, you will be assured of a welcome in the Forest's many hotels, inns, guest houses, caravan sites or camping sites.
The Tourist Information Centres offer a comprehensive visitor information
service. Leaflets, maps, walk guides, etc.
The main offices also offer bed booking for visitors.
High Street, Coleford, Glos. GL16 8HG
Tel: +44 (0)1594 812388
Fax: +44 (0)1594 832889
Open 6 days a week throughout the year
(open 7 days a week during peak periods).
7 Church Street, Newent, Gloucestershire GL18 1PU
Telephone & Fax: +44 (0) 1531-822468
Information and answer phone out of office hours
Open throughout the year
There are plenty of interesting places to visit while you are in the Forest of Dean. In fact there is something here for everyone, whether you want a quiet time, have relaxing walks, visit living museums, castles, gardens, or other places such as the Falconry Centre or Butterfly Farm. Many people come here to the Forest of Dean for the more energetic persuits such as canoeing, caving, rock climbing or mountain biking.
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