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Welcome to Dean Valley Manor
Formerly known as Lindors, Dean Valley Manor is a charming country house hotel built in the 1850s and set in nine acres of wooded gardens on the Welsh-English border. Sitting above the valley of the River Wye, the hotel offers exquisite gardens with waterfalls and pools. Inside there are comfortable lounges and a crackling log fire in the winter. 
During your stay you can enjoy excellent cuisine prepared with seasonal local produce and well appointed bedrooms that offer modern amenities. There are also five wonderful two and three bedroom pine lodges in the grounds.
Stay with us and explore the Wye Valley, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty
Dean Valley Manor
The Local Area

The Welsh - English borderlands around Dean Valley Manor are steeped in heritage and history. Offa's Dyke - named after the 8th Century Mercian King who ordered its construction - runs up the Wye Valley from Chepstow in the south to Monmouth at the northern end and beyond.

There are numerous castles to be found nearby, including Chepstow, Goodrich and Raglan, and the majestic ruins of Tintern Abbey are just a few miles down river - a centre for the Cistercian order from the 1100s until the dissolution of the monasteries in the mid 1500s.

To the east lies the wooded expanse of the Royal Forest of Dean, a royal hunting forest since before the Norman invasion and a centre of iron-working since Roman times. Its unusual blend of nature and industry makes for a fascinating area to explore.

To Find out More or Book a Room 

Call us on 01594 530283