|Distance:||7.2 miles (11.6 km)|
|Meets:||A417, B4208, B4211, A38|
|Old route now:||B4211|
|Route outline (key)|
The B4213 is a rural B-road in north Gloucestershire.
It starts in Staunton at a mini-roundabout on the A417. The southern end of the B4208 also reaches the B4213 at this point - but misses the roundabout by a matter of inches. The road heads east and quickly reaches a T-junction where it meets the B4211. There is a short multiplex north along this road before the B4213 heads off east once more. Interestingly, there was no break in the B4213 number in 1922 as the B4211 did not come this far south.
After going through Tirley the B4213 crosses the River Severn at Haw Bridge. There are another couple of bridges immediately to the east crossing what must be flood channels. The road then goes round two sides of the village of Apperley (but remains largely rural itself) before running to the south of Deerhurst. It ends at traffic lights on the dual-carriageway A38 near Highfield.