Places to visit in or near Mitcheldean

Mitcheldean is in the Forest of Dean Gloucestershire. It is a large village which dates back ti Saxon times and has many old timber buildings with narrow streets. Places of historic interest include the 18th century Town Hall, 17th century George Inn and the church of St Michael built in the 14th century. There are some excellent walks in the nearby forest and at the Wilderness Centre, which has some stunning views of the Severn Valley.
9 Results In Or Near Mitcheldean
4.9 miles from the centre of Mitcheldean
A former 17th Century hunting lodge set in the heart of the idyllic Royal Forest of Dean, offering comfortable bedrooms, some pet friendly.
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5.3 miles from the centre of Mitcheldean
Perrycliff Cottage, from Grove Wood Cottages, is a luxury holiday home in the Wye Valley. Awarded five stars and a coveted Gold Award on its first inspection by Visit England, this exceptional cottage has breathtaking views towards the Welsh mountains and is conveniently situated for the Forest of Dean and towns such as Cheltenham.
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6.9 miles from the centre of Mitcheldean
Seek solitude sheltered beneath the forest’s protective canopy or enjoy the freedom out on the bright open meadow at the Forest of Dean.
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6.9 miles from the centre of Mitcheldean
All Golden Oak Treehouse cabins come with a hot tub and for many of the guests, having their own hot tub is the highlight of their holiday. There is something r
10.0 miles from the centre of Mitcheldean
Traditional country inn offering home cooked food and quality guest accommodation.
11.7 miles from the centre of Mitcheldean
A traditional country pub, in the countryside near Gloucester. Oak beams, wooden settles, hop vines. One bedroom cottage available & outside dining in Summer.
12.3 miles from the centre of Mitcheldean
Berkeley Castle is unique, it has been lived in by the same family for almost 900 years - longer than any other fortress in England.
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12.6 miles from the centre of Mitcheldean
Holme Lacy is one of Herefordshire's hidden gems, set in 20 acres of gardens in the Wye Valley. With daily entertainment and an indoor pool, there's lots to do.
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