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St Briavels Castle

St Briavels Castle

St Briavels Castle

The fine twin-towered gatehouse of this castle, built by Edward I in 1292, once defended a crossbow bolt factory which used local Forest of Dean iron. Once a prison, it is now a youth hostel in wonderful walking country.

Please note: No dogs are allowed, except for guide dogs.

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St. Briavels, Lydney, Gloucestershire, GL15 6TA (Directions)

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