8 Guests 4 Bedrooms 3 Bathrooms Pets Yes Features Hot tub Off road parking Ground floor accommodation Ground floor bedroom Log Burner Private outdoor decking Dishwasher Broadband / WiFi Reviews 9 Customer Reviews "We love the cabins and parking up and being able to walk everywhere." Cabins are warm and spacious. Been here 5 times now AnonymousNov 2023 "Always a great break at forest holidays." Fun relaxation and a time to get together with family and friends AnonymousNov 2023 "I have been twice this year to two different locations, and I have to say that all the staff are so friendly and very helpful, on both occasions we all said we didn't want to go home." AnonymousNov 2023 "It was the perfect place for a girl weekend, it was relaxing and peaceful." AnonymousNov 2023 "Lovely staff, facilities and surroundings." AnonymousOct 2023 "We have been extremely happy with both of our Forest holidays and when we've had a problem it has been dealt with promptly to our satisfaction." The accommodation is first class and the service from the staff. The settings superb. AnonymousOct 2023 "Lovely cabin and location" AnonymousOct 2023 "Really lovely location, nice lodges but maybe need a refresh on the kitchen front as looking a bit tired." Wouldn't stop us staying again though AnonymousOct 2023 "Great location and accommodation" AnonymousOct 2023 There are no reviews featuring this term Show all reviews Show more Hide all This property is part of the Forest Holidays collection. Forest Holidays provides holidays and short breaks in the UK’s most beautiful forests. A forest base to relax and reconnect with nature in your very own cabin with hot tub. Whether you’re looking for a family adventure in the outdoors, an unforgettable group getaway, or a cosy staycation for two – discover the ultimate forest break at one of their 13 UK forest locations. Dogs are welcome too! Summary Spacious cabin split over two levels, sleeping up to eight guests Downstairs master bedroom with en-suite, shower and WC Downstairs twin bedroom Upstairs double bedroom with floor to ceiling window Upstairs twin bedroom One main bathroom downstairs with a bath and overhead shower Upstairs shower room with WC Open living area with floor-to-ceiling windows Log burner Hot tub Enclosed private decking with outdoor furniture and gas BBQ Robes in the double bedrooms for the hot tub Underfloor heating throughout the cabin and radiators in upstairs bedrooms Fully fitted kitchen including, an electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge/freezer and dishwasher Dining table for eight guests Nespresso vertuo coffee machine Hairdryer Smart TV and wifi In cabin delivery service for food & drink Bed linen and towels provided Parking for three cars Check-in from 4pm, check-out by 10am (early check-in and late check-out are available at an extra cost) Up to four well behaved pets welcome for an extra charge On-site Forest Retreat; A restaurant, café and bar, with a well-stocked groceries and gift shop The property Forest Holidays Woodland Golden Oak cabin is one of a collection of cabins surrounded by oak trees and open meadows in the Forest of Dean, Wye Valley. Experience a one-of-a-kind break with all the comforts of home, easy dining options and activities and extras that will make it an unforgettable holiday in nature. Step inside this spacious cabin styled in earthy shades of soft fennel and muted greys, complemented by whitewashed oak furniture. Built in harmony with the surrounding forest, this cabin’s great for smaller groups and families, with plenty of space to stretch out – then take in the views with floor to ceiling windows that let the light flood in as you sit back into your comfortable corner sofa. Extra home comforts and a kitchen with all the essentials make it easy for you to relax amongst the forest, the moment you walk through the door – fire up the barbecue on the decking, curl up by the logburner or sit back under clear skies in your very own hot tub. Under a canopy of oak trees, explore the woodland trails and open meadows of Britain's most famous forest - home to Tawny owls, Roe deer and badgers. Venture out to the Wye Valley, conquer the soaring outcrop of Symonds Yat and explore Puzzlewood, or stay on location to try your hand at horse riding, llama trekking and mountain biking. With the River Wye nearby, jump on the river for kayaking, canoeing and paddle-boarding experiences and enjoy a taste of the authentic local flavour at Silver Circle Distillery, where you can make your own gin. In the forest, book a range of Forest Ranger activities that will help you connect with nature and the forest around you – from Nature Tots for under-5s, to Wildlife Wonders and Survival Skills, for any age. When you book a Forest Holiday you're supporting nature too – they're stewards of 244.5 hectares of forest, managing the land for conservation and creating spaces in nature for people to stay. As a certified B Corp, their business has been recognised as a force for good. The cabin you are booking is a Forest of Dean Woodland - Golden Oak cabin. Your cabin will have the items referred to in this property description, but it may not be the cabin that is pictured here. Your cabin could have a different position, view and/or layout for example View on map About the location FOREST OF DEAN Explore the woodland trails and open meadows of Britain's most famous forest - home to tawny owls, roe deer and badgers. There’s a canopy of oak trees, which feels like a different world. Venture out to the Wye Valley, conquer the soaring outcrop of Symonds Yat and explore Puzzlewood, or try your hand at canoeing, llama trekking and mountain biking. Symonds Yat straddles the River Wye on the Herefordshire and Gloucestershire borders. The perfect spot for a summer day out, it’s half an hour’s walk through the woods from the Forest of Dean cabin. After watching the peregrines at Symonds Yat Rock, take a riverside walk and then enjoy a hearty meal at the Saracen’s Head Inn. A great way to understand something of the character of the Forest of Dean is to take a whistle stop tour of its four market towns, Cinderford, Cole ford, Lydney, and Newent, each with a different but related history.