The Malt Shovel Inn

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

Forest of Dean, Ruardean
Mitcheldean
Forest of Dean
Gloucestershire
England
GL17 9TW

The Malt Shovel Inn, Mitcheldean

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The Malt Shovel inn is set in the beautiful surroundings of the Forest of Dean on the border of the three counties-Gloucestershire, Monmouthshire and Herefordshire! With easy links to major motorways route planning is made simple.

Established in 1110 and beautifully restored this inn makes the perfect place to stop. Stay for a few nights or just drop in for a meal or glass of Real Ale in a place steeped in the atmosphere of the Wye Valley. An unusual fact is that this inn is also the home of Horlicks; Horlicks was invented in Ruardean.

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