Saint Patrick’s Day Breaks

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Saint Patrick’s Day Breaks in the Forest of Dean

Saint Patrick’s Day is a global celebration of Irish culture on or around March 17. It particularly remembers St Patrick, one of Ireland’s patron saints, who ministered Christianity in Ireland during the fifth century.

Duke of Cambridge, Saint Patrick's Day Irish Guards

HRH Duke of Cambridge is the Colonel in Chief of the Irish Guards

March 17th is a long anticipated date in the calendar for millions of people. Not just the Irish, oh no! New York, Liverpool, Dublin Perth and a thousand other cities hold Saint Patrick’s Day celebrations.

Even the British Army have Saint Patricks Day parades. Regiments such as The Irish Guards parade with Shamrock presented to them by a member of the Royal Family. They are then given the rest of the day off.

No matter where you go, you wont be too far from an Irishman of some shade of green and, you can bet, it will be a great day.

Saint Patrick’s Day in the Forest of Dean

The best way to enjoy Saint Patrick’s Day is to prepare before you start. make sure you have suitable accommodation beforehand. We have special deals in the Forest of Dean Lodges and we will be happy to make sure you have a luxury cottage or lodge, if you book early that is.

You might also want to fi¡nd out what is on and where. A great source of information for anything happening in the Forest of Dean is the Wye Valley Tourist Site.

There is a great night to be had, starting at 18:00hrs at a place called the Brewery Tap. This is a full on Irish Night for Saint Patrick’s Day frivolity. See the Hillside Brewery at Hollybush Farm for more details.

There will be more places hosting these events, so, check on Google and make sure you contact us to book your lodge or cottage.

Your all welcome.


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