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Wye Valley Butterfly Zoo, Herefordshire

Experience the delight of natures most beautiful wildlife. Walk with free-flying and exotic butterflies, see them supping nectar,.....

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Symonds Yat West Leisure Park, Herefordshire

An amusement park situated on the banks of the river Wye at Symonds Yat, Herefordshire. A great place for a day out and picnic in.....

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The Royal Forest of Dean, Gloucestershire

The Royal Forest of Dean is sandwiched between the borders of England and Wales, it covers some 35,000 acres of spectacular.....

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Littledean Hall, Gloucestershire

Originally a Saxon hall, this fascinating building is acclaimed to be one of the oldest inhabited houses in Britain as well as.....

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Flaxley Abbey, Gloucestershire

Flaxley Abbey has a long and illustrious history, it was originally built to house a Cistercian order by Roger, Earl of Hereford.....

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St. Briavels Castle, Gloucestershire

St.Briavels Castle stands in an outstanding scenery high above the River Wye. It is an evocative setting, reminiscent of early.....

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Westbury Court Garden, Gloucestershire

Only restored Dutch water garden in the country, and reputedly home to England's oldest evergreen oak...

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Frampton Court, Gloucestershire

Designed by Bristol architect John Strahan and built between 1731 and 1733, Frampton Court is built from Bath stone in the.....

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Frampton Manor, Gloucestershire

This is a magnificent timber frame property dating back to the 12th-century, with alterations from between its inception and the.....

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