Deanfield En-Suite Guest House
A warm welcome awaits you at this first class Guest Accommodation, set in the heart of the Royal Forest of Dean. 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/walking trails and the Nagshead RSPB Nature Reserve.
As mentioned in the Guardian/Observer
We also have a Self-Catering Cottage, see Deanfield Coach House or click on the link at the top of page.
The Royal Forest of Dean
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.
Parkend itself is superbly positioned at the heart of the Forest, putting many amenities within easy reach. Our location could hardly be better, as many regular visitors will testify.
Deanfield and Deanfield Coach House back onto the RSPB's Nagshead Nature Reserve and cycle & walking trails surround the village, and start from the gate. The famous Dean Forest Railway runs to unspoilt Parkend. Golf and fishing are nearby with Lydney, Coleford and Clearwell Caves being just 4 miles away.
From Ross-on-Wye in the north to Chepstow in the south, Gloucester in the east and Monmouth in the west, nowhere in the Forest is more than half an hour away by car from Deanfield or Deanfield Coach House. Picturesque Parkend village has a Post Office, cricket green, pubs with restaurants, shops, an Inn, cafe and cycle hire.