WEEKEND BREAKS IN
The Forest of Dean
WHY HOLIDAY IN THE FOREST OF DEAN?
It's your very own Middle Earth
England’s largest oak woodland is sandwiched between the mighty Severn and the Wye River, where England meets Wales. It was once the hunting playground of Norman Kings and feels very much like it hasn’t changed much since then.
With its wild pigs, birds of prey, and tribal-spirited locals, the Royal Forest of Dean is a trailblazer by not succumbing to modern trends or fads. Instead, this enduring, moss-covered region offers simple pleasures to those who want to fill their lungs with forest air and rewild their 21st-century hearts.
A holiday in the Forest of Dean promises wild rivers, muddy trails, iconic ruins, vast woodlands, working collieries, and proud towns to explore. Roll up your sleeves, let’s get stuck in.
UNIQUE PLACES TO STAY IN THE FOREST OF DEAN
The Roost: Superbly Stylish Forest of Dean Cabins - Perfect For 2
For lovebirds who want to feel the wind beneath their wings and fly into the countryside for a weekend, The Roost cabins in the Forest of Dean are the perfect escape.
- Forest of Dean, UK
Tudor Farmhouse Hotel: An unpretentious retreat in the Forest of Dean
Tudor Farmhouse Hotel sits in the timid village of Clearwell and is a quiet, unpretentious rural boutique hotel for a special weekend break in the Forest of Dean.
- Clearwell, Forest of Dean
SWEET STUFF FOR HOLIDAYS IN THE FOREST OF DEAN