Clanna is a magnificent, spacious park set around the walled gardens and servant’s quarters of what was Clanna House.
Accommodating both residential and holiday sections, this estate sits on the edge of the Wye Valley Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and the Royal Forest of Dean, making it the ideal location for all who enjoy walking and cycling amid breathtaking scenery. The idyllic Clanna ponds, which were the stock fish ponds of the Clanna Estate, are only a short walk away and are a haven of peace and tranquillity.
The town of Lydney lies 3 miles away with a good array of shops and facilities including doctors, dentists and a hospital. Coleford is 5 miles from the park and Chepstow is 7 miles.
Directions and further information on Clanna Country Park
Take the A48 signed for Chepstow. You will pass through the village of Ayleburton and 1 mile further you will enter Alvington. Turn right at The Globe public house signposted Hewelsfield and Brockweir*. After ¾ mile turn right at the staggered cross road signed for Bream. After 600 metres the entrance to the park will be found on the left.
Take the A48 towards Gloucester. After 3 miles you will pass through the village of Stroat and after a further 3 miles you will enter the village of Alvington. Turn left at The Globe public house signposted Hewelsfield and Brockweir and follow the directions above from *.
Water / Sewerage
- Doctors 2.9 Miles
- Dentist 3.7 Miles
- Hospital 3.9 Miles
- Bus stop 1.0 Miles
- Railway Station 3.9 Miles
- Post Office 1.1 Miles
- Shop 1.0 Miles
- Tesco Supermarket 3.5 Miles
- Touring caravan / camper van storage 2.5 Miles
The planning condition granted by Appeal Decision Notice APP/P1615/A/02/1081966 reads as follows:
The accommodation hereby permitted shall be used for holiday purposes only, and shall not be used as permanent or main residences. A register of all occupiers, detailing dates, names and usual addresses shall be maintained by the owners, and shall be kept up-to-date and available for inspection by the local planning authority.
At the discretion of the park owners,pets are welcome.
Again, at the discretion of the park owners, the residential section is exclusive to people aged 50+ and the holiday section is exclusive to those over 55.
Forest of Dean District Council
Council Offices, High Street, Coleford, Gloucestershire, GL16 8HG01594 810000
Homes are assesed for council tax by Forest of Dean District Council. For more information, please contact them.
Clanna Country Residential Park is licensed by Forest of Dean District Council for 10 residential park homes.
Clanna Country Holiday Park is licensed by Forest of Dean District Council for 45 holiday homes.