A beautiful part of England

Nestled on the outskirts of the market town of Newent, Gloucestershire deep in the Cotswolds and with the Forest of Dean just on our doorstep it’s the perfect base for exploring this part of the country.

No need to go any further! The Vineyards at Three Choirs are a haven for a diverse variety of wildlife. We have designed a trail that takes you through various habitats and tells you what to look out for, great fun for all ages. Look out for hedgehog nesting boxes, ladybird nesting boxes, ponds with fish and waterfowl, owls, rabbits and badgers. The pond and stream areas can be wet underfoot so please wear appropriate footwear!

But if you do want to go further afield then our vineyard is the perfect base for exploring this part of the country.

Nestled in Newent

The market town of Newent is one of the most attractive towns in the Forest of Dean area with shops and houses dating back many centuries. The surrounding countryside has an abundance of footpaths and rights of way joining the surrounding villages for the serious walker or casual visitor to enjoy.

There are many pubs, restaurants and cafes within the area, plus nearby are the famous International Centre for Birds of Prey and Hazelfield Garden Centre.

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Deep in the Cotswolds

Famous for its many honey-coloured limestone villages, The Cotswolds area is one of England's favourite destinations. Within its beautiful rural setting you will find many interesting places to visit, including castles, churches, beautiful gardens and stately homes.

The Cotswolds are particularly glorious in Spring when there are many picturesque walking and cycling routes, beautiful gardens, some of the oldest chartered farmers' markets and many cafes and pubs on offer.

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On the edge of the Forest of Dean

The perfect all year round destination. The Forest of Dean is ideal for those seeking a little more adventure with mountain biking, zip-wires, kayaking and more on offer. Visit Symonds Yat Rock and walk through the Iron Age fort to find stunning views over the River Wye and beyond. If you are lucky you may spot some rare birds of prey. Cannop Cycle Centre is the perfect base for cyclists or enjoy a picnic and walk by Mallards Pike Lake

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