St Briavels Castle
The Site : St Briavels is 800 year old a moated Norman castle built as a hunting lodge for King John in 1205..we have exlusive use of the castle rooms and courtyard.
Address : St Briavels Castle YHA, St Briavels, Lydney, Gloucestershire, GL15 6RG
Directions : From the north M6, M5, M50 follow the signs to Monmouth. From there follow A466 to Chepstow. After approximately 5 miles turn left and follow signs to St Briavels. The castle is straight in front of you. From the south M4, M48 to Chepstow. Follow the A466 to Monmouth. Approximately 7 miles after the metal bridge, turn right and follow signs to St Briavels.
Basic Information : Events will be catered with breakfast, snack lunch and evening meal on Saturday and breakfast Sunday morning, tea, coffee and squash will also be included. On Friday night you will be expected to eat during journey or bring snack food. Accomadation is via bunkbeds, sheets, pillows and duvet are provided.