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Eating in or near Clearwell in the Wye Valley and Forest of Dean

Clearwell Castle is one of the country's premier locations for weddings.

Set in a gentle valley just a few minutes' drive from the old market town of Coleford in the Forest of Dean, is the village of Clearwell. The centre of the village is dominated by a 14th century stone cross. Clearwell's history can be traced back to Roman times and evidence of early iron workings can be visited at Clearwell Caves, now an Award Winning mining museum.

Dominating the village is Clearwell Castle, built for the Wyndham family in 1727 on the site of a Tudor manor and is a fine early example of Gothic revival architecture. The castle is now available for daily hire by its present owners and is especially popular as a wedding venue on a grand scale.

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Clearwell Caves Cafe

A gem of a cafe - drop in even if just passing by - serving delicious light meals, homemade soups, cakes and superb leaf teas or Illy aribica coffee. The cafe walls are lined with fascinating mining memorabilia.

Cafe or Tearoom in or near Clearwell

Tudor Farmhouse Hotel & Restaurant

13th Century Farmhouse + AA 2 Red Rosette Restaurant for intimate meals and retreats.

Restaurant in or near Clearwell

The Butchers Arms

One of the oldest pubs in the Forest of Dean, we’ve been welcoming locals and visitors alike since the 13th Century.  Our menu combines signature ‘Butchers’ dishes with traditional British favourites. Wherever possible we provide produce from local suppliers for the taste of the Forest of Dean.

Pub / Restaurant in or near Clearwell
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