The Tudor Farmhouse is ‘a friendly and intimate Country Hotel & Restaurant in the heart of the Royal Forest of Dean.’  The stone-built building dates back to the 13th Century and has oak beams, a wooden spiral staircase and is full of character. It was once listed in the Johansens restaurant guide as an ‘idyllic haven’. Besides the main house there are 22 bedrooms in a cluster of converted buildings. The Tudor Farmhouse Hotel is essentially a dining venue and, although licensed, is not a pub. They have their own dedicated website.  The Butchers Arms is situated next door.

The Tudor Farmhouse Hotel is next door to the Butchers Arms.
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