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Sleep in a chic, contemporary world of whites, creams and spiralling Tudor-era staircases, inside a beautifully updated farmhouse. Stylish rooms, most with exposed beams, check-print blankets and Nespresso machines, are scattered through the main house. The spacious ‘Roost’ suite, with its claw-foot bath, is particularly romantic. More rooms sit in adjacent buildings. There’s also an exceptional Modern British restaurant.
In beautiful tranquil natural surroundings, this charming 13th century stone-built hotel offers comfortable, attractive accommodation with modern facilities seamlessly integrated alongside beautiful original features. The Tudor Farmhouse Hotel is situated in the historic village of Clearwell, on the fringe of the Forest of Dean and the Wye Valley. Deep in the heart of the natural beauty of the countryside, the hotel is surrounded by immaculately kept landscaped gardens and 14 acres of fields. The building’s stunning original features include massive oak beams, original panelling, an oak spiral staircase and a large, rough stone inglenook fireplace in the attractive lounge. The 20 en suite rooms have been refurbished in a traditional style without compromising the structure’s beautiful historic charm. Each room offers sensitively incorporated contemporary comforts and facilities, including tea/coffee making facilities, hairdryers, flat-screen TVs with satellite channels and wireless internet access.