Redbrook is an ideal base for exploring the Wye Valley which has been an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty since 1971, and the nature and wildlife in the ancient woodland of the Forest of Dean.
As mentioned previously, the village now has a mature and active community with a village store and post office, church, community hall, school, two good inns, an annual Hog Roast on the Village Green and Live on the Wye Music Festival on the Football pitch.
The Wye Valley is criss-crossed with cycle and walk ways, and 'Overlooking the Wye' information boards tell visitors of its varied history, nature and heritage.
The counties of Monmouthshire and Gloucestershire offer a wide range of activities and attractions. If history is your thing, explore the castle fortress of Chepstow and the more romantic Raglan.
Monmouth town, with it's famous 13th century bridge over the River Monnow, was the birthplace of Henry V and the home of motor pioneer Charles Rolls. In the summer, the town hosts a free 9 day Music Festival, which has taken place annually since 1982.
The Forest of Dean is an exciting area of rich mixed woodland and steeped in ancient traditions. In addition to the natural attractions, it offers fishing, horse riding, a sculpture trail, contemporary and traditional artists and the challenges of abseiling and high ropes.
There is so much to do in this area, people come back time after time - we're sure you will too!