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Forest of Dean Lodges are, you guessed it, in The
Forest of Dean...
Self Catering Holiday Cottages in The Forest of Dean
Forest of Dean Lodges is set just tucked away in the woods very close to a scenic route and many of the local attractions. Beautiful forest walks can be enjoyed directly from our self catering cottages. Due to our rural location visitors can be delighted by seeing deer, foxes, wild boar, buzzards and a huge variety of bird life including the Green Woodpecker.
Self-catering holiday cottages set in tranquil surroundings with hot tub, sauna and full spa treatments available. Our Forests of Dean Lodges are Ideal for walkers, cyclists, wildlife watchers and photographers; In the centre of all the activities that the Forest of Dean has to offer. Beautiful indoor and outdoor spaces, privacy, peace, quiet and tranquillity; the ideal relaxing haven, a place to truly re charge your batteries. Ideal for couples, families, groups.
A self-catering UK holiday to suit all lifestyles
Many of the mountain bike trails can be picked up from just outside the property which makes it a cyclist paradise. For the young at heart, at the bottom of the drive on the opposite side of the road is an area the locals “the dip”, ideal for BMX riders.
Our self catering holiday cottages are set just tucked away in the woods very close to a scenic route and many of the local attractions.
There really is something for everyone
A few hundred yards from the bottom of the drive you will find Hopewell Colliery, continuing on down the hill will bring you to Cannop ponds, a little further up the next hill you will find Beechenhurst Lodge where the start of the Sculpture Trail can be found, continuing on up the hill and turning right you’ll find the Arboretum.
Beautiful forest walks can be enjoyed directly from our self catering holiday cottages
At the bottom of the driveway turn right and a short drive will bring you to Symonds Yat and the River Wye. By turning left at the bottom of the driveway a short journey will bring you to Wenchford a delightful picnic area and the start of the most beautiful bluebell woods.
Due to our rural location visitors can be delighted by seeing deer, foxes, wild boar, buzzards and a huge variety of bird life including the Green Woodpecker
A little further on from there the Dean Heritage museum can be found. This is an ideal place to visit in order to gain valuable insight into the history of the Forest of Dean.
Coleford is only a mile and a quarter from the site where local amenities including supermarkets, restaurants and take-aways can be found.
If you are looking to book self catering holiday cottages in The Forest of Dean please get in touch.
*We only offer set breaks*
Mid Week: Monday- Friday
Weekend: Friday- Monday
Full Week: Monday- Monday or Friday- Friday