The Forest of Dean covers 110 square kilometres of woodland, bordering England and South Wales. Little forest towns and villages such as Cinderford, Coleford, Lydney and the better known Ross-on-Wye contain a desirable collection of beautifully appointed holiday cottages available throughout the year. Explore by foot or bike the deep forests that rise from the River Wye, or try your skills at kayaking along the picturesque river, possibly the best way to enjoy this beautiful countryside. For the more adventurous why not try the Go-Ape high-ropes course and see the forest from a birds-eye perspective. There is some serious cycling on offer for those daring cyclists who fancy taking on the more difficult downhill forest terrain, and for those who prefer their thrills on the water you can take on the white waters of the River Wye.
Forest House is located in Coleford, in the heart of the Forest of Dean, and was formerly a 4* hotel. The owners have converted the property into self-catering accommodation perfect for large groups of holidaymakers wishing to explore the surrounding area. Sleeps 24 in 11 bedrooms.
Once a village pub, The Anchor has been tastefully converted to create a large Forest of Dean Holiday Cottage complete with a hot tub and games room. This family-friendly holiday home in Gloucestershire lies in a magical rural location in the Wye Valley. Pets welcome.
Ingleside is a large Gloucestershire holiday cottage on the outskirts of the Forest of Dean in the rural hamlet of Adsett. Ingleside sleeps 14 in 6 bedrooms with 4 bathrooms plus ample living space including a sun room and games room. The enclosed garden includes a bike store and BBQ facilities.