Details Of Holiday From Christian Guild Hotels
Holiday Title:November 2018 Managers Promotion (min 2 night stay)
Dates:1st Nov 2018 - 21st Dec 2018
Brochure Code:00000
Holiday Type:Leisure
Ensuite Package Price:£55
Hotel:Lindors Country House Hotel
Contact Tel:01594 530283

We are proud to offer our truly versatile Stay as you Please option all year round (excluding Christmas and New Year).

Stay as you Please gives you the flexibility to do whatever you want, but with the benefit of having knowledgeable staff on hand to help you plan your stay. Chat with our friendly staff to come up with a jam-packed programme of fun or just take a break to relax with a good book – you can do as you please with our Stay as you Please breaks.

You can book a minimum of two nights for a Stay as you Please holiday to make the most of these great value flexible stays.



* Prices are per person per night. Minimum stay 2 nights. Terms & conditions apply. Subject to availability.

Our “Stay as You Please” breaks offer the ideal opportunity to explore Lindors Country House Hotel, and the breath taking Royal Forest of Dean.

Our knowledgeable team will be able to assist you with train and bus links or indeed directions to places of interest.

A few suggestions for enjoyable days out are below


A beautiful market town with a bustling center, it contains many independent shops and a small museum to the Rolls family who have been affiliated to the town for many decades. It is situated where the River Monnow meets the River Wye, within 2 miles of the border with England.

The Wye Valley

An Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty is an internationally important protected landscape straddling the border between England and Wales. It is one of the most dramatic and scenic landscape areas in southern Britain.

Tintern Abbey

The Cistercian abbey of Tintern is one of the greatest monastic ruins of Wales. It was only the second Cistercian foundation in Britain, and the first in Wales, and was founded on 9 May 1131 by Walter de Clare, Lord of Chepstow. It soon prospered, thanks to endowments of land in Gwent and Gloucestershire, and buildings were added and updated in every century until its dissolution in 1536.


A small town and civil parish in the county of Gloucestershire. It is located on the west bank of the River Severn, close to the Forest of Dean. The town lies on the A48, next to the Lydney Park gardens with its Roman temple in honor of Nodens.

The Forest of Dean

Discover a host of great activities and entertainment … for adventure-seekers, we have mountain biking, cycle tracks, zip-wires, kayaking, for explorers there’s a great range of attractions, from the magical Puzzle wood to caves and steam trains, and for something more relaxing, enjoy the Sculpture trail, our many walks, the spectacular views and our many castles, museums and cathedrals.


Home of the National Museum of Wales and Cardiff Castle, with Big Pit, a museum dedicated to the coal mining industry, not far away too. The newly developed Cardiff Bay offers a wonderful array of restaurants and shops alike. This is a great mix of old and new in this bustling and thriving city, the capital of Wales.


A beautiful and historic city, here lives the Mappa Mundi, the oldest map of the world, which lies in the safety of the glorious Hereford Cathedral that is in the heart of this very rural city. Nestled well into the Herefordshire countryside where often one sees tractors driving along the city streets, this is definitely a city for the country dweller.


This beautiful city has much to offer in ways of interest. The beautiful cathedral set in the ancient cathedral precincts. The Waterways Museum, near to the docks, which has recently undergone a huge transformation. There is also a small military museum dedicated to the Gloucester Regiment, which is well worth a visit too.