Woodland cabins hidden in the Forest of Dean
Forest Holidays Forest of Dean is listed with us by the managing agent Forest Holidays.
PLEASE NOTE - All Forest Holiday locations will be closed until at least 26 April 2020.
Journey into the enchanting depths of Gloucestershire’s Forest of Dean and hidden beneath the towering canopies you’ll find some idyllic woodland scenes. Shrouded within this magical landscape and with their own exclusive outlook are 120 cabins that are private forest sanctuaries. With quirky treehouses in the tangled woods and tranquil cabins in wild meadows, there is something for everyone at these woodland lodgings.
The Golden Oak Cabins offer two-storey accommodation for groups of two to eight people. Ranging from one to four bedrooms, they have one master en-suite double and up to three comfortable twin bedrooms. An hot tub can be found on the relaxing terrace allowing you to watch the wildlife, while large windows look out over the lush setting.
For larger groups, the Golden Oak Treehouses can sleep up to ten and include a four bedroom Golden Oak Cabin with an additional treehouse bedroom. With a chic vintage design and bags of character, the Golden Oak Treehouses are the place for adventure. Watch out for the prancing deer, before watching the glowing sun succumb to starry night vistas.
If you’re looking for a little bit of woodland intimacy then the snug Golden Oak Hideaway is just what you’re after. With one double bedroom, it has everything you need to woo the love of your life. Cwtch up on the hammock or cook a romantic meal before curling up by the fire.
The Silver Birch Cabins are a comfortable option and have their own open air hot tubs and quality touches. Sleeping up to four to six people, they have one master bedroom with one or two additional twin bedrooms. Spread out over one floor, the cabins are spacious and well-appointed and have a modern interior with a secluded outdoor terrace.
The Forest of Dean is brimming with fantastical adventures and has spellbinding fauna and flora and mysterious woodland creatures. Take a tour with the Forest Ranger or canoe down the River Wye before climbing up the Symonds Yat Rock or heading out on a twilight walk. The legendary Puzzlewood formations are also close-by, along with the ancient Clearwell Caves and a number of pretty market towns.
Amenities can vary with cabin type, please check website for more details...
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