Edale House

Parkend, Lydney, Gloucestershire


Edale House is a superb Georgian style house which provides bed and breakfast accommodation in the village of Parkend. We are close to Lydney in Gloucestershire and perfect for exploring the beautiful Forest of Dean.

Our stylish guest house offers 6 charming bedrooms to choose from. All the bedrooms are tastefully furnished and arranged as five double and one twin. Two of the rooms have super king size beds which are zipped, allowing them to be arranged as twins. Two bedrooms on the ground floor are suitable for dogs.

All the room contains a range of excellent facilities: LCD flat screen TV, free Wi-Fi, kettle, hospitality tray with tea and coffee and hair dryer. A steam iron, ironing board and trouser press are available on request.

You can relax and unwind in our guest lounge which comes with a lovely log burner. There is an extensive library which guests are welcome to use. Just off the lounge is a licensed honesty bar. Wine, spirits, beers and soft drinks are available as well as a Tassimo coffee machine and a variety of coffees all at reasonable prices. Fruit and herbal teas are free to guests.

We serve an award winning breakfast in our lovely breakfast room. Large double doors open to our garden which has seating. Ideal for eating outside in good weather. We are renowned for our hand sliced bacon, local farm made sausages and free range eggs.

Outside you enjoy our lovely garden/patio area. We supply outdoor sofas, chairs and large umbrellas. Our garden has rear access directly onto a foot and cycle path which runs along the side of the RSPB Nagshead Nature Reserve.

Edale provides secure cycle storage which is CCTV alarmed, steel bared and security lit along with a dedicated cycle wash area. Peter is a CYTECH cycle mechanic.

Edale House B&B is in the historic village of Parkend which is in the heart of the Forest of Dean and is surrounded by open access Forestry Commission woodland. Parkend is a popular destination for walking, cycling and bird watching. RSPB Nagshead nature reserve, which is next door to Edale House B&B, is an excellent base to watch the local wildlife including deer and wild boar. For steam train enthusiasts there is also Parkend Station, which is one end of the line for the Dean Forest Railway, with the other in Lydney.

Within a short distance of Edale House is the mysterious Puzzlewood (featured in episodes of Merlin and Doctor Who), Clearwell Caves, Cannop Ponds, The Dean Heritage Centre (The Museum of the Forest), GoApe, the Forest of Dean Sculpture Trail, two golf courses and many other attractions plus we are also not far from the beautiful Wye Valley. There are many excellent pub/restaurants close by and Parkend is a historic village with a warm community and many facilities. There are also two pubs and a steam railway in the village.

For more information about our bed and breakfast in Parkend please see our website.

4 Star Visit England.

Breakfast Golden Egg Award.

Children over 12 years old are welcome.

Pets are welcome by arrangement in our ground floor rooms only.

Good to Go Certificate - Covid Secure.

Safe Travel - World Tourism and Tourism Council

Visit Website www.edalehouse.co.uk

Features & Amenities

  • Pets
  • Off Street Parking
  • Garden
  • Children Welcome
  • Wifi
  • Freeview TV

Special Offers

Winter discounted Breaks available between Nov and March, see website

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Pricing :

    Price per person per night from £95
    Room per night based on 2 people sharing from £105 to £135

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