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Welcome to Deanfield

Originally the house was home to the village quarry-master, but now Deanfield has been providing holiday and business accommodation since 1990. The house is perfectly situated, surrounded by cycle and walking trails and the Nagshead RSPB Nature Reserve, our reviews say we are the ideal base for these activities. Just three properties away is The Woodman Inn and a short along the cricket green is The Fountain Inn, both have restaurants and we recommend both highly for food & drink.

Bed & Breakfast

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All our rooms are furnished and decorated to a high standard, and all have en-suite amenities, with flat screen TV’s, coffee & tea making facilities and fresh milk if preferred. We have a small fridge in the dining room where you can help yourself to milk or chill your wine after a day of cycling or walking.


In the heart
of the forest

Find us

Once the hunting ground of Kings from the Normans onwards, the Royal Forest of Dean possesses a character, history and culture all of its own. Covering some 24,000 acres, year round it is the ideal location for a romantic break, family holiday or as a base for touring. First time visitors are enchanted by the variety of attractions and activities, while those familiar with this peaceful and unique slice of England’s heritage return to enjoy its charms again and again. Perfect for Cycling & Walking holidays with cycle hire in the village.


Local Attractions

You won’t be disappointed when visiting the Forest of Dean and Wye Valley. We have plenty to keep you active such as canoeing the River Wye, climbing the rocks of Symonds Yat, cycling through miles of purpose made tracks in the forest, jumping amongst the trees at Go Ape and playing a round of golf at one of the many courses. Or if you are wanting a more relaxed stay, why not visit some of our beautiful heritage sites. Chepstow, Raglan, Goodrich Castles and the grand Tintern Abbey are all within a short drive away. The area is a walkers’ paradise. Riverside walks, hill top walks, sculpture trails, arboretums, follow in the same tracks of our ancestors in the ancient woodlands. Nature is in abundance in the forest and wye. There are a handful of nature reserves with many species of insects’ birds and ducks, wild ponies, deer, boar and trees.



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Hazeldene Cottage

We have another wonderful location if you are more interested in a self-catering stay. This lovely, newly renovated 2 bedroom Forest cottage, rests in the small village of Parkend in the Forest of Dean. Downstairs is open plan, light and modern with a comfortable dining and living area for relaxing in, with the bonus of a modern smart TV and Wifi. 

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