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Search through 319 holiday lettings featured in Coleford and discover the ideal place for a relaxing holiday. By directly analysing these properties, HomeToGo highlights the lowest prices as well as the highest rated rentals in Coleford.
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The weather in Coleford
Find the Coleford climate diagram. July is the warmest month of the year in Coleford with temperatures reaching a maximum average of 20°. No heat wave is expected in February, where minimum average temperatures usally hit a 3° low. The rainiest month is July while the driest month is March.
Discover Britain's beginnings with holiday homes in Coleford
Located in the Forest of Dean, your holiday home in Coleford is quintissential England. The forest is one of the country's last surviving ancient woodlands. Prior to 1066 it was a hunting ground and it remains the second largest crown forest in England, after the New Forest.
Unearth Coleford's ancient beginnings
Coleford is a former mining town and was devoted to extracting iron and limestone from the cliffs above the Wye Valley. Dairy farming was also common in the strip of land surrounding the Severn River.
Clearwell Caves are sequestered beneath the trees and a visit to the ancient iron mine takes you back in time to the origins of modern Britain. The adventure experience takes you caving through 600 acres of fascinating caverns.
Check out the recreation of an Iron Age village among ancient yew trees' twisted roots at the Secret Forest.
Explore the forest
Explore the huge and primeval Forest of Dean, with its huge 800 foot sandstone ridges and valleys, where beeches, ferns and birches have colonised an ancient ironworks installed by the Crusaders. Why not hire a bike or take a segway tour through the countryside?
Alternatively, ride the Dean Forest Railway. A traditional steam train chugs for almost nine miles through the Medieval forest.
Tarzan and Puzzlewood
Monkey around on the ropes at the Forest of Dean Adventure Park and improve your skills at the archery range. Children love learning bushcraft as well at this outward bound play centre. Go Ape Tree Top Junior is a thrilling adventure park in the canopy that is specially designed for junior Tarzans between six and twelve years.
In the enchanting woodland of Puzzlewood your family will be awed by fascinating tree and rock formations featured in productions by the BBC and Warner Bros. You can also rent a kayak or canoe and paddle out on the Wye or Severn rivers.
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