The market town of Coleford lies in the Forest of Dean, in the county of Gloucestershire, Southwest England. On its doorstep, ancient woodland, tumbling rivers and cider orchards await discovery. It is located right on the edge of the forest, making it a popular stop for walkers and cyclists. It is also just two miles east of the Welsh border, and a short drive from the spectacular scenery of the Wye Valley. Coleford’s town centre lies in a gentle valley, with St John Street and Bank Street ascending northward, and Lords Hill and High Street running southward. A small brook runs through the town centre and into the surrounding countryside. In the middle of the town, a short stroll from holiday cottages in Coleford, there is a vast marketplace overlooked by an ancient clocktower.
Forest House is located in Coleford, in the heart of the Forest of Dean, and was formerly a 4* hotel. The owners have converted the property into self-catering accommodation perfect for large groups of holidaymakers wishing to explore the surrounding area. Sleeps 24 in 11 bedrooms.