AROUND THE FOREST OF DEAN AND WYE VALLEY
The village of Staunton lies within the Wye Valley Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and is in an ideal location for exploring the Forest of Dean and Wye Valley.
Staunton is a historic village and is known for being surrounded by stones such as the Buckstone, the Suckstone and the Near Hearkening Rock. With many tracks and bridleways, you can explore on foot straight from the door.
Staunton heritage walks pass by the stones - leaflets with walking routes are available in the cottage or look at the AA's Staunton's Stones walk.
The White Horse Inn is a free house offering local real ales, ciders, wines and meals using a range of locally-produced food.
The nearby market towns of Coleford and Monmouth have a range of shops, supermarkets, pubs, takeaways and restaurants. Both towns are approximately 5 - 10 minutes drive from the Coach House.
The official website for the Forest of Dean and Wye Valley has lots of information about what there is to do in the area.
With a number of bridleways across the countryside, the Forest of Dean is a great place for horse riding. Contact Forest Trekking or Greenacres Stables Riding Centre if you would like to find out more.
There are two lakes at Broadstone Fisheries stocked with rainbow and blue trout. Lessons in fly fishing are also offered.
The Forest of Dean is one of the best places in the UK for mountain biking. You can ride through a variety of terrains with guides from On Track.