The Grange Bunkhouse
Our lovely bunkhouse is situated on the edge of the Forest of Dean, in the heart of the Wye Valley. It is the perfect location for exploring everything the Forest of Dean and Wye Valley has to offer – biking, waking, gorge scrambling, climbing or kayaking, it’s right on our doorstep. We are also sat right on the famous Offas Dyke path, a walking trail that follows the ancient border between England and Wales. Nearby there are some great pubs and restaurants too.
If you are coming from Brockweir, you will approach the bunkhouse coming up a steep road called Sandy Lane. As the road enters a patch of dense pine trees, almost at the top of the hill, the track leading to Harthill Grange Bunkhouse is on your left. From this direction, the turning is quite tight. Take care driving up Sandy Lane as it is narrow and there are often walkers with their dogs around.
If you are coming from St.Briavels or Chepstow, then you will be approaching Sandy Lane from the top of the hill. Once you have gone over the brow of the hill, our turning is the second track to the right, straight after Harthill House, which is also on your right.
The track leading to Hartill Grange Bunkhouse is bumpy and can be muddy after rain. Take care and drive slowly to avoid any damage to your vehicle!