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Blakeney b&b, guesthouse and hotel accommodation

Blakeney in Gloucestershire

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Visit Blakeney and the surrounding villages and stay in bed & breakfast accommodation:

Blakeney, Gloucestershire, is a natural gateway to the forest of Dean. It rises steeply from the distant Severn shore ½ mile away, its hillside is wooded and many of the stone houses are colour-washed. Thomas Sternhold, who with John Hopkins wrote the first vernacular metrical version of the Psalms, was born in a Blakeney house called Hawfield in the 16th century.

Nearby towns: Coleford, Lydney, Newnham, Stonehouse

Nearby villages: Alvington, Arlingham, Awre, Berkeley, Bream, Bulley, Cam, Cinderford, Claypits, Coaley, Drybrook, Dursley, Elmore, Flaxley, Framilode, Frampton on Severn, Frocester, Hewelsfield, Hill, Hinton, Little Dean, Longhope, Longney, Lower Cam, Lower Soudley, Lydbrook, Mitcheldean, Newland, North Nibley, Oakle Street, Parkend, Sharpness, Sheperdine, Slimbridge, Stinchcombe, Tidenham, Westbury-on-Severn, Whitecroft, Woolaston

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Oatfield Country Cottages
Oatfield Farm offers a choice of six 4 & 5 star luxurious cottages near Blakeney, Gloucestershire. "Peaceful" and "tranquil" are the adjectives most commonly used by visitors to describe Oatfield - its boundaries join fields and woodland leading to cliff top walks along the River Severn. The lower Wye Valley and the Royal Forest of Dean are nearby.