The Coach House, Newland
The historic and tranquil village of Newland is in the
south west corner of the ancient Royal Forest of Dean, the valleys of the two great tidal rivers, the
Severn and the Wye. The Forest is one of the
few remaining Royal Forests and the relative isolation of this area has lead to a unique pattern of land use, culture and heritage.
The Coach House is in Newland, a village developed around the magnificent parish church dating from 1216 and affectionately known as the "Cathedral of the Forest".
The Ostrich Inn is nearby and interesting towns a short distance away include Monmouth, Ross-on-Wye and Chepstow.
Sections of Offas Dyke, Gloucestershire Way and Wye Valley footpaths are all great opportunities for walking. The New Verderers Trail along with the the more gentle Family Cycle Trail offer excellent cycling opportunities. Or for a more laid back approach, The Coach House offers comfortable and relaxing accommodation.
There is a Ground floor twin room with separate access, two bathrooms, two lounges, separate laundry, free Wi Fi Bike store and outside washing facilities for dirty bikes, boots and dogs.