Pros: The hosts were very welcoming, offered coffee on arrival, and let us check in early, also offered us tea and cake when we returned later. Room was comfortable, compact with everything we needed, and ...
Cons: Better bread for toast in the morning
Pros: Jane and Peter were exceptionally helpful and friendly. We will certainly be returning.
Pros: Friendly helpful owners, nice clean place, lovely Breakfast, great location for Forest of Dean. Will definitely stay again.
Pros: Hosts Peter and Jane were very welcoming and nothing was too much trouble. Breakfast was fab. Edale House is decorated and equipped to a high standard and feels homely and comfortable. Welcome coffee ...
Cons: Nothing it was perfect.
Pros: We liked everything about Edale, there is nothing to complain about. The cleanliness was exceptional, the bed comfy and the breakfast was super, but most of all Peter and Jane were extremely helpful ...
Cons: When we left.
Pros: Great breakfast, both food and service. Owner was really friendly and helpful. Tea and cake were offered and enjoyed upon arrival. Pub next door had really good food.
Cons: Room was overlooking parking lot and was on main road, so we had to keep curtains closed.
Pros: 1st class accommodation Jane & Peter were extremely friendly and obliging and catered to our every needs - we thoroughly recommend this guest house.
Cons: Nothing it was perfect.
With a stay at Edale House in Lydney, you'll be close to Puzzlewood and Clearwell Caves. This bed & breakfast is within the vicinity of Sculpture Trail and Dean Heritage Centre.
Take in the views from a garden.
A complimentary breakfast is included.
Business, Other Amenities
Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: Excellent room standard and attention to detail. Great communication from the property. Christine was very helpful and friendly, our beds were made each morning and our bottle on ice we left in our ...
Pros: Room was very well equipped with a good range of quality hot drink mixes (tea, coffee, hot chocolate etc.) The provision of quality bathroom accessories (soap, shower gel etc) was good to have and ...
Cons: Difficult to identify anything that wasn't to my liking.
Pros: The bedroom and bathroom is decorated and fitted to a very high specification - as good as any 4 star UK hotel . The breakfast is freshly cooked and for such a small B&B, there is also a ...
Pros: friendly owners , good location for cycling very comfortable beds large rooms , massive breakfast , nice pub 100yards away
Pros: We appreciated the warm friendly welcome, clean comfortable room/en-suite and good choice of freshly cooked breakfast. We plan to return, soon.
Pros: Clean and quiet with lovely bathroom. Excellent breakfast. Nice pub next door but 1 serving good food.
Cons: Parking a bit tight but secure none the less.
Pros: The relaxing and friendly atmosphere. Beautiful rooms with extremely comfortable beds. Excellent breakfast.
Cons: There wasn't anything to dislike.
Pros: Really nice people, great location for the Forest of Dean. Helpful on some local information and most accommodating at breakfast. Excellent choice to stay. I found plenty of local walking and wildlife...
Cons: Steep rise to/from parking would eliminate many low sports cars.
Pros: Chris and Roger, the owners were delightful. The rooms and breakfasts were faultless..
Cons: There wasn't anything I didn't like!
Pros: 10/10 on everything.. Lovely warm welcome, the list would be endless to say how good Chris and Nigel have made this guest house. If it's your budget then you won't be disappointed !!.. The...
Deanfield Guest Accommodation is situated perfectly in the heart of the Royal Forest of Dean. We have 2 Double en-suites, 1 Superking ensuite (can also be made into a twin) and 1 King en-suite. We offer an extensive breakfast menu, including vegetarian, and have won a Visit England Breakfast Award for the 3rd year running. Deanfield backs onto the RSPB s Nagshead Nature Reserve and cycle & walking trails surround the property and start from the gate. The famous Dean Forest Railway runs to this unspoilt village. Golf and fishing are nearby with Lydney, Coleford and Clearwell Caves being just 4 miles away. Parkend itself has a village shop, cycle hire, Post Office, cricket green, pubs with restaurants and cafes.
Pros: outstanding.no negatives.spectacular view from patio area.even a fridge to put your own wine in.really proffesional and friendly owner.probably the best we have ever stayed in.
Pros: Made to feel very welcome, Excellent literature and guides available.
Pros: Helen the host was lovely and breakfast was hot and prompt
Cons: Can't think of anything
Pros: Conveniently situated pretty central to many different walks and things to do in the forest, as well as to restaurants for the evenings. It has, as promised, a beautiful view overlooking the forest ...
Cons: There is nothing I can think of for improvement - it was all just such a pleasant stay.
Pros: The B&B owner was lovely and very accommodating. She had thought of everything for the room and there were lots of pamphlets and guides to aid our walking. Amazingly she even offered to drive us ...
Cons: The village itself had nothing to offer. Anything we needed was a drive away. The pubs in the small village were very local friendly but one didn't serve food and one didn't take card. A ...
Pros: warm and friendley
Pros: Beautiful view, room perfect for our needs (small family)
Cons: Upgrade the breakfast from routine to delicious with local sausages, marmalades and honeys!
Pros: The complete freedom to come and go as we pleased and the total friendliness of the host and her knowledge of the area was really useful. Breakfast was delicious
When visiting Lydney, Dean Valley Panorama Bed and Breakfast is a great choice to consider. Free perks include WiFi and self parking. Rooms at this upscale bed & breakfast offer flat-screen TVs and DVD players.
Pros: The propertie was clean and food was lovely and in ideal location for touring around.
Cons: There was nothing I didn't like .
Pros: Great little place with amazing food and friendly staff
Cons: Couldn't find any local shops..
Pros: Bed was comfy and the location great. Lovely room and facilities were good
Cons: Better lighting in room and more powerful shower
Pros: Lovely location and friendly welcome
Cons: Could have had mirror in room as drying hair was difficult without one
Pros: We experienced a fire alarm which was a real fire. The manager was very efficient and no-one's safety was compromised. Very efficient.
Pros: Really comfortable, friendly and welcoming. Perfect location for our needs each time we visit.
Cons: Was a little bit warm in the room but didn't ask for a fan as it was late. Am sure they would have obliged but it was our fault for not asking.
Pros: Decent atmosphere in bar/restaurant
Cons: Got no sleep- could hear snoring and actual conversations during the night from adjacent rooms. Notified owner following morning (we were NOT asked if we had a comfortable nights sleep at any stage) ...
Pros: Nice room comfortable bed.tea coffee amply supplied. Clean and tidy good atmosphere
Cons: Left waiting a while to check in. Reception was at the bar of the pub which was a let down should have separate reception area for the hotel. Breakfast was overpriced for what you got. Bacon and ...
Pros: Everything at hand the lady who greeted us very pleasant.
Cons: The road was very noisy and the television unusual location right in the corner difficult to see. The manager may have taken the time to ask if we enjoyed our stay more intent onsettling the bill.
Pros: Accommodation was separate from pub and restaurant therefore not noisy. Beer garden for the hot weather.
Cons: Not enough parking on site when the restaurant and pub are busy.
Pros: Comfortable bed, clean room, good bathroom (although they should renew the loo brush more often!) Free WiFi.
Cons: No mobile phone service but we were aware of this prior to our visit
Pros: Activities - swimming pool, putting, croquet, snooker.
Cons: This is a Christian Guild hotel in which the religious emphasis is quite strong eg talk at dinner and breakfast.
Pros: Good welcome by the woman on reception, and good service at breakfast.
Cons: The description on Bookings.com doesn't explain that the Lindors is a Christian Guild property best suited for older people, which is who were there, including a groups. The decor and furniture is...
Pros: Fantastic staff and brilliant pool. Great breakfast
Pros: Tranquil setting.Good pool.Besutiful gardens.Outdooe activities on lawn Great food.Helpful staff.
Cons: Child's fold up bed not good
Pros: Didn't have breakfast as couldn't get private table and husband doesn't like to eat with others. Room was lively, double windowed with beautiful views from both.
Cons: Should have the option to eat on a separate table.
Pros: Great staff and great breakfast.
Cons: TV and Radio did not work in my room.
Pros: Great hotel great restaurant food and breakfast lovely
Pros: Fantastic leisure pool. Amazing grounds - a haven of tranquility.
Cons: Food was a little disappointing.
Pros: What was there not to like! The lodge we were in was perfectly clean with everything we needed. We only paid £75.00 for the evening for 2 adults and 2 children which was a lot cheaper than any of the hotels in the area. We had attended a very close family members funeral that day and it was so wonderful to go back to our lodge and properly relax in comfort and peace and quiet.
Pros: Hotel of character, friendly staff. Good portions for breakfast.
Pros: The view from some of the windows!
Cons: The wedding party that kept us awake into the early hours. The scaffolding & workers outside our room. Started working (sanding/banging) before 8pm on a Sunday morning. No disabled ...
Pros: Had age to it. Lots of history
Cons: Nothing. Really enjoyed my stay
Pros: The family run restaurant served the most excellent Indian food. The owners and staff were helpful and friendly. The real ale in the bar was good quality.
Cons: The en-suite facilities were well past their sell-by date.
Pros: Great location Great building Great staff Great value.
Pros: Indian restaurant was amazing! Real ale in bar was spot on. Staff couldn't do enough for you!
Cons: Scaffolders at my window at 8am on a Sunday morning.
Pros: Owner was the perfect host supplying bottled water on arrival and even served drinks (although the bar wasn't officially open) whilst we waited for our room (we arrived very early for check in). ...
Pros: Staff really friendly and helpful
Cons: Room could not be cooled and window kept closing itself so very quickly heated up
Pros: The outdoor space was lovely as was the dining area and lounge. The hotel gives value for money and is clean, friendly and we would go again. It's also a great location for Symonds Yat and ...
Cons: The beds in our room were very noisy, turning over made the whole bed squeak. It's the only negative point about our stay.
Pros: very good service
Littledean House Hotel is a great choice for a stay in Cinderford. Guests looking for a bite to eat can check out the restaurant, and the bar/lounge is the perfect spot to grab a drink at the end of the day. A terrace and a garden are other highlights.
Pros: How clean it was and the location. There was a pub not to far way to get food and drink what seems to be friendly.
Cons: The strenth of the wifi connection in room 5 was rubbish did not get one ended up using my mobile 4g connection.
Pros: The room was nice and clean and comfortable
Cons: The owner!!!! I booked for 2 adults 1 child and a dog When I arrived on the night he only had 1 adult and a dog He wanted to charge £10 a night for an extra bed in the room Then we miss laid our ...
Pros: Continental breakfast in the room was good. The shower was brill and the bed was comfortable
Cons: No a/c. Limited fans available and only if asked for.
Pros: Lovely large rooms - good bathrooms
Cons: shame they only offer continental breakfast which you have to go down to collect
Pros: Very good sized room, very comfy bed. Great shower. Room was very clean and tidy and had hairdryer. Wifi worked well. Really good value and staff were very accommodating to my request for early ...
Cons: I only gave a sad face for the view because there isn't a view. No fault of hotel, it's location at edge of town doesn't afford it anything else.
Pros: Beautiful bathroom and comfy bed.
Cons: Lighting in room needs a bit of improvement
Pros: Very quiet hotel, very comfortable beds and quite spacious room. Clean and tidy and great ventilation on a hot summers day and night. Wifi is fine, continental breakfast was just OK with fairly ...
Cons: Nothing really.
Pros: awesome stay, the owner cant do enough for you....really recomend this motel in lydney......
Cons: nothing it was great..
Pros: Easy parking. Nice shower.
Cons: Lydney itself is rather dull. We booked it because it was pet friendly - yes the dog was welcome but as a motel its not ideal to have a dog with you & the garden mentioned on the website was not ...
Pros: Great room bathrooms brilliant
Cons: Wi fi total crap
When visiting Aylburton, DeanGate Motel is a great choice to consider. Guests will have free perks like WiFi and self parking. There's a garden, and rooms offer flat-screen TVs and room service.