Terry and Jane
invite you to unwind in our comfortable Georgian House in the heart of the Forest of Dean. Built in 1854 Edale House faces the village green and is next to the Woodman Pub and Restaurant.
Once the home of Bill Tandy, author of
“A Doctor in the Forest” the house has been restored to provide a comfortable haven in an area of outstanding natural beauty.
Forest of Dean
The Nags Head RSPB Nature Reserve is a short and pleasant stroll from the village and steam train enthusiasts will appreciate the local station serving the Dean Forest Railway.
The Forest of Dean sits between the rivers Severn and Wye and provides an intriguing blend of history and landscape beauty.
Designated the first National Forest Park, in 1938 it now provides some 42.5 square miles of mixed woodland.
Originally the hunting preserve of Kings and later the site of intensive mining and quarrying, the Forest has now reclaimed it’s own to create an area of stunning woodland, rocky outcrops and industrial archaeology offering a wide range of tourist facilities.