The Forest of Dean in the Wye Valley is an ancient forest that was once the hunting grounds of King Henry V (born in nearby Monmouth) where he honed the skills that enabled his army to win the historic battle against the French at Agincourt. This is also where William Wordsworth walked and conceived of poetry that has been loved by generations. 
TABLE OF CONTENTS: Introduction to the Forest of Dean & the Wye Valley - Overview - Location & Orientation - Climate & When to Visit - Sightseeing Highlights - Forest of Dean - Chepstow (Welsh: Cas-Gwent) - Caerleon (Welsh: Caerllion) - Tintern (Welsh: Tyndyrn) - Abergavenny (Welsh: Y Fenni) - Hereford - Monmouth (Welsh: Trefynwy) - Ross-on-Wye - Usk (Welsh: Brynbuga) - Gloucester - Recommendations for the Budget Traveler - Places to Stay - Hotel Ibis Gloucester - Castle View Hotel - Riverside Hotel - Munstone House - Premier Inn - Places to Eat - Warwick’s Country Pub & Eatery - The Three Salmons - Na Lampang - N68 Bistro - Shangri-La - Places to Shop - Eastgate Shopping Centre - Stella Books - Labels Outlet Shopping - Ross Garden Store - Gloucestershire Arts & Crafts Centre

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