One of England’s few remaining ancient woodlands, the Forest covers over 110 square kilometers between the Rivers Wye and Severn in West Gloucestershire and borders onto Wales and Herefordshire. It was once the hunting ground of the Norman Kings and is a place rich in heritage and culture. With a huge range of attractions, unspoilt countryside, spectacular scenery and some great places to stay it is well worth a visit. There is still a large farming community in the area and locally produced food is on the menu at many pubs, restaurants and of course, B&Bs.
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