Staunton, Coleford, United Kingdom

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Situated between the rivers Severn and Wye, the Forest of Dean & Wye Valley is an unspoilt area with a great range of activities. You can have fun or relax. There are no shortage of ideas for things to see and do. Check out the official tourist website at

Places Near By

Monmouth is a Welsh border town with a bustling main street and is only 2.5miles from Staunton.
It is best known as the birth place of Henry V. The 13th Century Monnow bridge is the only gated bridge of its type in Britain.

Walking in the Wye Valley and the Forest of Dean

Numerous way marked routes include long distance trails like Offa’s Dyke Path and Wye Valley Walk or  easier routes such as the12 Easy Circular Walks that are suitable for everyone. The Sculpture Trail is a few miles walk perfect for all ages and abilities.


The Wye Valley and Forest of Dean offers some excellent fishing both on the River Wye itself and also on some of the wonderful still water ponds and lakes in the Forest of Dean.



The Forest of Dean & Wye Valley provides varied terrain and scenery and it is perfect for cyclists of all abilities with family biking trails and mountain biking routes

Download: The Forest of Dean Cycling Guide

Hire from:

Pedalabikeaway Cycle Centre

Dean Forest Cycles



The river Wye is perfect for beginners to canoe & kayak, although its fast rapid waters at Symonds Yat will excite the more experienced enthusiast.
Way2go Adventures – provide canoeing, kayaking, bushcraft, Nordic Walking & Raft building.

Monmouth Canoe Hire & Activity Centre have a large fleet of canoes and kayaks for hire.

Outdoor Adventure Activities

Go Ape. Tree top adventure including zip wires and rope ladders is fun for all ages.



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