The Jovial Colliers Inn is a cosy and friendly pub located in the very beautiful Forest of Dean, in the heart of the Wye Valley. Recently refurbished the pub retains many of its original features including its stone walls, beams and original fireplaces one of which houses a huge wood burning stove.
At the rear of the pub there is a lovely terraced beer garden with a BBQ area.
As well as good, reasonably priced food and beer the pub also has very affordable accommodation in its bunkhouse, which was formally the pub's skittle alley.
The pub is situated in the friendly village of Lydbrook which has a rich history of coal mining, tin plate works, chemical works and forges but is now a peaceful residential village.
It is the perfect base for activity holidays being about a mile away from the River Wye and set amongst spectacular scenery. Canoeing, river running, cycling, climbing, caving, mountain biking are all on our doorstep as are other local attractions such as "Go Ape", "Pedleabikeaway", "The Beechinghurst Sculpture Trail" and many more.
This area is very popular for those who love the Great Outdoors with its many walks and an abundance of local wildlife.
With a warm welcome, relaxing accommodation and beautiful countryside on our doorstep The Jovial Colliers is the ideal base for your break.
Dogs, children and muddy wellies are all welcome.
We also have free WiFi available, please ask behind the bar for more information.
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