There are a wide variety of accommodation options in the Forest of Dean and Wye Valley, so you can be sure to find something to suit your taste and your budget. Historic hotels, inns, guest houses and B&Bs are available throughout the area, or you may choose to stay on a farm, go self-catering in cottages or log cabins or just enjoy the outdoors at one of our camping and caravan sites.
To help you plan your stay, you can filter by accommodation type, location, size and features.
Accommodation featured that has been quality assessed by either Visit Britain, the AA or Visit Wales will display the relevant logo and star rating.
A perfect cottage for two with space to relax and enjoy peace and quiet with all the modern conveniences and a good sized garden. Within walking distance of shops, pubs, cycle tracks and the forest.
Self-Catering in or near Cinderford One unit sleeping 2
Stone cottage beside cycle track at edge of RSPB nature reserve. Short walk to village shop, pubs and steam trains. Woodland walks from gate. Dogs welcome. Sleeps 4.
Self-Catering in or near Parkend 1 unit sleeps 4
Cosy cottage in woodland setting. Open fire. Garden gate into forest. Close to village shop and pubs. Dogs welcome. Sleeps 2
Self-Catering in or near Parkend 1 unit sleeps 2
19C cottage, idyllic rural setting. Spacious private woodland & garden. Close to the River Wye and many wonders of the Forest. Original oak beamed lounge with log burning fire, smart TV, 2 bathrooms.
Self-Catering in or near Coleford 1 unit sleeping 4
Brookfield House has luxurious and spacious en-suite accommodation and is just five minutes walk from the centre of Ross-on-Wye and close to many Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty, including Symonds Yat.
Bed and Breakfast in or near Ross-on-Wye 3 en-suite rooms
Peacefully situated on the western fringes of the Forest of Dean, Little Millend offers versatile accommodation, . graded 4 stars by Visit Britain. Sleeps up to 7 in three bedrooms.
Self-Catering in or near Newland 1 unit sleeps 7
Surrounded by fields and woodland, Lodge Barn enjoys a lovely, rural setting on the edge of The Forest of Dean. It affords its guests - up to 8 in total - an immediate sense of space and is equipped to the highest standards with large, airy and very attractive living spaces.
Self-Catering in or near Lydney 1 unit sleeps 8
Cosy and comfortable, Pelham Cottage is attractively positioned on a bluff with fine views of the River Wye flowing through the valley immediately below. Sitting room with open fire, conservatory, two double bedrooms, secluded garden and small, private wood on the hillside above.
Self-Catering in or near Lydbrook 1 unit sleeps 4/5
Rose Tree Cottage
Rose Tree Cottage is very well-sited in the curve of wooded hills and open pastures on the edge of the Forest of Dean. The cottage provides high quality accommodation for in a private setting with attractive, well maintained grounds.
Self-Catering in or near Cinderford 1 unit sleeps 6
The Cider Barn
Set in attractive rolling landscape of scattered communities and gentle hills, this pretty conversion of a former cider barn is in a very favoured position with fine views over the Severn to Gloucester and the Cotswolds beyond. A welcoming bolt-hole for two in idyllic, peaceful surroundings.
Self-Catering in or near Newnham 1 unit sleeping 2
The Old Dairy
Close to the tiny hamlet of Flaxley in a private setting, The Old Dairy is the smaller of two superb conversions from former farm buildings. Sleeping up to 4, it can be rented individually or jointly with The Old Mill. All accommodation is at ground floor level.
Self-Catering in or near Westbury-on-Severn 1 unit sleeps 4
The Old Mill
Close to the tiny hamlet of Flaxley, The Old Mill is the larger of two superb conversions from former farm buildings. Sleeping up to 6, it can be rented individually or for a larger group with The Old Dairy.
Self-Catering in or near Westbury-on-Severn 1 unit sleeps 6