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Three Choirs Vineyards Restaurant & Rooms in the Forest of Dean
Relax and enjoy the beauty and tranquility of our wonderful 100 acre vineyard estate.
All rooms have views over the vine-clad valley below, private terrace, king-size or twin beds, mini bar stocked with our wines, bathrooms with bath and shower, and all the little extras you need to enjoy your stay.
Guests are welcome to visit the winery, walk around the vineyards and naturally to sample the wines! The Vineyards restaurant is very popular with locals and is reknowned for the quality of its food and friendly service, we aim to use as much fresh local quality produce as we can and the menu changes to reflect what is available.
Also, we offer a carefully selected range of guest wines from around the world designed to compliment the food. If you are looking for a place to get away from it all and relax then look no further!
Please note that this hotel does not accept bookings via email.
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Phone: 01531 890223
Nearby ChurchesSt. Mary's, in Newent, was a place of worship in Anglo-Saxon times. In the porch, there is an important cross shaft of Northumbrian provenance which probably dates to the 9th century, and was discovered in the churchyard in 1907. Inside the church there is another relic which is a unique stone tablet. This depicts the "harrowing of Hell" on one side and a bishop on the other. This tablet, which may date from the 11th century, bears a distinct resemblance to grave slabs found in Northumbria, though it is thought that it was used as a portable altar. For over 700 years, the building has been added to, rebuilt and restored and now attracts tourists and historians alike with its varied and unusual architecture and history. The church was built in the 13th century, partially rebuilt after the nave collapsed in the 17th century and in 1968 its octagonal spire was partially taken down after it too was found to be dangerous. The churchyard also attracts historians for its interesting tombs dating from the 17th century. The 150 foot high spire on its 14th century tower is a landmark for miles around marking one of the major historic buildings in the district. Deprecated: mysql_escape_string(): This function is deprecated; use mysql_real_escape_string() instead. in /var/www/vhosts/fweb.org.uk/httpdocs/classes_system/generaldata.class.inc on line 613