Littledean House is a rambling old country hotel, family run, in the village of Littledean on the edge of the Royal Forest of Dean.

We welcome individual guests, families and also larger groups who come to study the geology, history and wildlife of the area, or to walk or cycle through England's first National Forest Park.

CHELTENHAM RACES  14th - 16th March 2000
20 miles from the racecourse.
Single and twin rooms, all with handbasins,  from £33.00 per person  to include  bed,
 full  breakfast and hot and cold evening buffet. 


The 40 single, twin and family rooms are simply furnished, all with handbasins and shaver points. There are also a few en-suite bedrooms.
Tea making facilities are available.

Several lounges, a lovely conservatory, television room, table tennis, pool room and large meeting room for 50, provide a friendly, informal atmosphere in which to unwind or to work.

Guests are served a full English breakfast and a four course table d'hote dinner. Vegetarian meals, special diets and packed lunches can be provided.
Relax in the traditional country bar, where Foresters and residents mix, and try some real ale at its best.

Resident's Tariff 2000
Bed and Breakfast
Type of Room Daily Weekly
(handbasin only)  
£21.00     £140.00         . Children (up to 16 years) sharing parents' room
accommodation free - meals half price as taken
(handbasin only)
£42.00 £280.00
(En-suite & TV)
£26.00 £165.00 Reduced rates for larger groups.
(En-suite & TV)
£52.00 £330.00

There are very extensive and beautiful gardens in which to relax or play tennis.

Car park.

Littledean is situated on the A4151 road, between Elton (on the A48) and Cinderford.

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Littledean House Hotel
Gloucestershire GL14 3JT

Proprietors: Josephine & Simon Felton

Reception Phone: 01594 822106  (from outside UK +44 1594 822106)
Fax: 01594 823696                           (from outside UK +44 1594 823696)
E-mail [email protected]

(Payphone 01594 822613)

[ Littledean Village Pages ]

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