Forest Holidays Forest of Dean, Gloucestershire
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Forest Holidays Forest of Dean, Gloucestershire

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With luxurious cabins split between the ancient woodland and open meadow, our Forest of Dean location is perfectly balanced for those seeking the seclusion of the woods or the space to unwind. With enchanting forest to explore, magnificent rivers to admire, and a soaring 500ft high limestone outcrop at Symonds Yat Rock to conquer, you’ll find every conceivable outdoor activity with which you could wish to fill a holiday.
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Property amenities
Free parking
Wifi
Hot bath
Breakfast available
Hiking
Kids' outdoor play equipment
Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly )
BBQ facilities
Parking
Paid wifi
Convenience store
Non-smoking hotel
Shops
Room features
Private balcony
Seating area
Sofa
Kitchenette
Dishwasher
Microwave
Refrigerator
Flatscreen TV
Kitchenware
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Non-smoking rooms
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HOTEL STYLE
Family
Romantic

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Bracelands Drive, Christchurch, Coleford GL16 7NN England
Getting there
Somewhat walkable
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Set in the Forest of Dean, Gloucestershire, Forest Holidays offers a tranquil escape with its serene ambiance and proximity to nature's attractions. While the hot tubs stand out as a highlight for guests, there have been mentions of temperature and maintenance glitches. Despite the spacious and comfortable lodgings, some visitors question the value, feeling the luxury pricing isn’t fully justified. Reviews of the service are polarized, with commendations for the staff's friendliness contrasting reports of occasional disappointments. Moreover, while the overall cleanliness receives applause, a few travelers suggest a need for additional cleaning supplies.
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BMKent wrote a review Mar 2020
Kent
+1
4.0 of 5 bubbles
This was our first stay at a forest holiday site and chose the forest of dean. We drove 4hours from kent.

We arrived on site around 5pm to miss the check in rush, we checked in and got our key quickly.

We had a golden oak lodge which was very clean and all you could wish for. The kitchen had everything needed and the dishwasher was a nice added touch so no washing up after meals.

Beds were comfortable and a good nights sleep. The hot tub was a great addition and we used it once a day during the stay, at night with the lights on was the best time.

The cabin had underfloor heating and three dials for heating in other rooms.

We paid extra for the entertainment and wifi package (a bit pricey at 60pound) but a welcome addition as phone signal is bad in the area. Free wifi is available for two days. The entertainment package had a good choice of films.

Whilst on the stay we did archery which was reasonable priced at 18pounds. We visited local attractions such as symonds rock which has amazing views and also the local caves and mine which was worth a visit. Unfortunately puzzlewood was closed and only opens three days per week and we missed out. The other downside is there is not too much to do in the area other than hiking or relaxing at the lodge, its quite different to center parcs for example with less activities and things to do on site.

We found that after 8pm and no staff on site you felt a little remote, although there was a number to call this was impossible for us as we had no phone signal so if we had an issue we may have struggled to find someone.

In terms of feedback i would like to raise one point for the cabin 115 we stayed in:

The underfloor heating doesn't seem to switch off? The front room was always hot but bathrooms were cold unless heated towel rail on. The cabin was very warm even with all three heating switches off on the wall for days and we had to open all windows and the back door for a while to cool the front room area. The log fire was a nice addition but it was so warm we barely used it.

Overall a lovely stay and would come back to another forest holidays location again.
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Date of stay: March 2020Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Lisamarieellis wrote a review Aug 2020
Grays Thurrock, United Kingdom
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Really good holiday. Nice change of scenery from the crazy world we live in at the moment.

Good stuff first. Nice and quiet so we slept really well. Lovely forest. Lots of walks or runs, brilliant for dogs and also for bike trails. We really enjoyed the hot tub! Coffee at the retreat was also fabulous ☕️

The lodges could really do with a cleaner coming in to clean them halfway through the stay. Although we wipe around the kitchen it does get a little mucky.

BBQ pack was a bit of a disaster. When we ordered for our family which was a 3 bedroom 6 person oak lodge. We received
4 burgers/6 burger buns/6 sausages 4 hot dog buns/Doritos/marshmallow pack. The pack was not big enough for the family. Not only that but the salad/tomato’s and salsa which was also supposed to be included was missing. The customer service was very good and the staff very helpful, after complaining as the website does not state the quantity I got a full refund.

If you pre book your lodge and know the lodge number, get a food delivery from Tesco, probably a lot cheaper as it is expensive at the Forest holidays shop. It is stocked but not with everything.

We ordered from the Feast and Fodder, the food was ok but the delivery was a bit dodgy. We only received 2 meals because the delivery driver had been to quick to collect and deliver, he then had to go back and get the other 3 meals but didn’t bring the wine so had to go back a 3rd time to get our wine 🤦‍♀️. But eventually we had our meal 😂

Trips:

We went to Symonds yat for a walk and discovered that you can actually walk from Forest of Dean to Symonds yat. It had amazing views!!

We went to Cannop bike hire for the 10 mile family cycle trail which was great fun. You can hire bikes but because of the corona virus make sure you book at least a day ahead.

We headed to Perrygrove railway which was ok but not something that kept us busy all day. We got to see the trains coupling up but it felt a lot smaller than it looked on the map.

Puzzlewood was fantastic. Make sure you bring the walking shoes. It’s a slippery walk but worth it, some amazing forest views.

Elton Giant mazes was lots of family fun and we could easily spend the whole day getting lost in the corn fields.

Overall I would go back. It was just a lovely relaxing place to spend some special times with my family
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Date of stay: August 2020Trip type: Travelled with family
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The British Life wrote a review Mar 2020
Kent, United Kingdom
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Having stayed at Center Parcs a number of times I love the cabin retreat type holidays and thought I would give Forest Holidays a go. Upon arrival check in was easy with friendly and helpful staff, we arrived at 5pm and seemed to have missed the rush. Cabin was easy to find and with allocated parking for each cabin it was easy to unpack.

We stayed in a Golden Oak lodge which was very spacious particularly the living area, clean and had everything we needed. The hot tub was a nice addition comparing it to the Center Parcs and we found that having the car to hand encouraged us to explore off-site alot more than we would compared to a Center Parcs break.

The cinema and WiFi package was on the pricey side at £60 additional add on but with the phone signal being poor here it was needed as the free WiFi was intermittent and slow. The selection of films were good but a little lacking for children. The TV does provide a Chromecast option but the premium WiFi really is needed for this.

We had a good mixture of days onsite participating in activities such as archery at £18 per adult (much cheaper than Center Parcs) and exploring the surrounding area including Yat Rock providing stunning views. The Dog and Muffler Inn was a great pub nearby which we highly recommend for a warm welcome, hearty pub food and at reasonable prices.

Overall we have thoroughly enjoyed our stay and will do doubt be back again. Comparing it to Center Parcs, yes it provides a similar lodge retreat stay but hard to compare as feels like a completely different type of holiday having access to the car and feeling a little more independent with activities with less facilities onsite but that's not necessarily a bad thing as much easier to explore the area.
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Date of stay: March 2020Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Bjones1994 wrote a review Jan 2020
Merthyr Tydfil, United Kingdom
2.0 of 5 bubbles
Initially our stay started with a delay of checking in. Check in isn't until 4 pm and our key was missing until 5:30 pm. We were offered a free drink for the inconvenience. When we arrived at our lodge (86) it wasn't very clean. The floors being quite dirty actually. The hot tub was only lukewarm so unfortunately we couldn't use that on the first evening/night of our stay and as we checked in so late it was too dark to explore anything else as there is virtually no lighting. We were staying in an 8 person lodge. It had 4 bedrooms, 2 twin rooms and 2 double rooms. The double rooms were very large and spacious. The kitchen is very nice and modern. The living area isn't really large enough for entertaining 8 people. Also the terraced area out the back is quite tight with 8 of you and unless you are 8 very skinny people, there is no way that 8 people are getting in that hot tub! The second day someone came to turn up the temperature on our hot tub as you are not able to control this yourself strangely so we finally got to use it by the time the afternoon came as they take a long time to heat up. It was lovely but 8 of us couldn't use it. On our second night we ate out at a local Indian restaurant called the Cinnamon, worth a visit! (you'll need to book a taxi). On our third day somebody came to check the hot tub and told us that it had "turned" so it needed to be drained, therefore not leaving us with much to do again. Once it had refilled it was cold and didn't appear to be getting much hotter, therefore on the third evening we decided to check out early. We've recently stayed at the Hunter's Lodges in the Celtic Manor and feel that they are far more superior with much better facilities, also quite a bit cheaper! Maybe it would be better to stay during the Summer or maybe we just had an unfortunate stay. They are refunding us 20% from 2 nights and our entertainment package.
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Date of stay: January 2020
2.0 of 5 bubblesValue
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2.0 of 5 bubblesService
Room Tip: Request a lodge in the forest as they are much more secluded and peaceful.
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Response from ForestHolidays, Guest Relations Manager at Forest Holidays Forest of Dean, Gloucestershire
Responded 17 Jan 2020
Thank you for taking the time to write a review. We really value your feedback and are really sorry we let you down this time. All points you have raised have been noted as we are always looking for ways to improve. We would love to see you again on another Forest Holiday. Please consider re-booking - we have 10 lovely locations all over Great Britain.
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789Emma wrote a review Aug 2020
Cala d'Or, Spain
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Arrived here on Monday, upon arrival we were served quickly and shown to our cabin by a map. The cabin was clean but very tired and needs updating for the price we paid £1350 for 4 nights. A few things were broken in the lodge so reported these and only one item was repaired. Walks around the forest we’re good for dogs and families and It has some lovely pubs down near the river. We paid an extra £60 for movies and WiFi and this was no faster than our mobile data. I think for this price you should have maid service and clean bedding and towels as you had to buy this on top as an extra I also think as we are experiencing warmer summers there was no air conditioning in the lodge, this would of been excellent as we had temperatures of 35 degrees most days. Noticed they have under floor heating for the winter months. I don’t think we would come back here for the amount we paid £1350 as the price in September is only £600 for the silver birch lodge.
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Date of stay: August 2020Trip type: Travelled with family
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Kirsty H wrote a review Jun 2021
Oxfordshire, United Kingdom
2.0 of 5 bubbles
Our original booking was for March 2020 due to Covid got rebooked for March this year and again due to Covid got moved to June. We have stayed many times at FOD Forest holiday sites and always enjoyed our stay. This time however we felt it was a real let down and waste of money. Considering the amount of time we spent in lockdown the cabin we stayed in looked dirty and in need of a lick of paint. The floor was lifting in the kitchen the bath had an additional plug release that wasn’t even fixed into the bath properly as you can see previous holiday makers have tried twisting the plug release leaving a hole big enough to fit a childs finger in.

The hot tub we had was leaking which we reported as you could hear it leaking so much so they had to top it up during our stay as the jets stopped working due to the level being so low. It was also dangerous with nails sticking out from a broken panel on the outside so if you did slip in the wet it would cause a nasty injury.

Each cabin is supposedly deeper cleaned after each stay due to Covid but very little evidence of this having had to clean kitchen sides before cooking on the first night.

Unfortunately there also seems to be a problem with people smoking weed. Strong smell of weed by staff accommodation and the guests in the cabin next door constantly smoking it even with the “security” going round. Yes I get that it’s everyone holiday and people can do what they want but it’s illegal and didn’t appreciate not being able to keep doors open in the cabin during the heatwave with a baby 🤦🏼‍♀️

Would definitely rather spend my money elsewhere or go to another site for example Sherwood.
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Date of stay: June 2021Trip type: Travelled with family
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4davies wrote a review Mar 2020
South Wales, United Kingdom
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Once again another relaxing break at forest holidays in the forest of dean.
Firstly I'd like to say a big thank you to gerry the forest ranger for our time spent with him on the ultimate forest survival who's knowledge is incredible of the local wildlife and plants, building a shelter with the hubby was fun and an important skill as was the knowledge passed on for making hot teas using what the forestry provides aswell as what's edible. The forest bathing was a good experience that I would definitely do again and recommend to adults looking for a relaxing meditation type of experience.
Back to our stay lol check in as always was quick and simple the staff are always helpful and on hand for any problems or questions the guests may have. As it was my hubby's birthday I decided to get our meals delivered to the cabin which were delivered on time and very tasty. Hot tubs were great and we were in them every day including in light rain lol, they are checked daily by the retreat staff with no disruption which is fantastic. The cabin itself was immaculate with plenty of space and super cosy with underfloor heating and a log burner, and as always with the golden oak cabins, the stunning views of the forest through the huge floor to ceiling windows. Iv read some previous reviews about lack of light. There is a low light pollution policy which I for one appreciate and I would recommend people take torches with them, there is an outside light where the hot tub is located if you plan on using hot tub in the dark evenings like we do, the switch is located near back door of the cabin, but who wouldnt enjoy star gazing whilst relaxing in a hot tub? I would definitely recommend the forest ranger activities, we tried the forest bathing and ultimate forest survival which were great experiences, we have previously done the night walk with gerry and enjoyed it immensely and would recommend it.
I'm sure everyone is aware of the covid 19. And forest holidays are doing everything they can to rmally do this before checking out. Although due to not knowing what the future holds at the moment with covid 19 I hope that everyone including forest holiday staff stay safe and healthy. Hope to return soon.
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Date of stay: March 2020Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Steve M wrote a review Aug 2020
2.0 of 5 bubbles
On the last day of a four night break at one of the Golden Oak cabin and we won’t be returning. Market themselves as luxury self catering accommodation with a price to match but we’ve been nothing but disappointed. Firstly, if you’re expecting a private, secluded log cabin where you can get that secluded ‘out doors’ feel then think again. I knew there were plenty of other properties on the site but they are literally only feet away from you so if you were hoping for some private hot tub bathing... you’re going to be disappointed! You’re continually overlooked by your ‘neighbours’ which can be a bit off putting. The hot tub itself is good and is maintained daily (also a bit weird when you’re sitting in your pants in the living room only to get a friendly wave from the hot tub guy through the window!). The cleanliness is acceptable inside although some of the fittings are looking rather tired and grubby. Outside was also ok except for under the lodge which you can see from the hot tub. Full of rubbish - cans, papers, an old slipper. Pretty gross when you’re trying to relax. Now onto the food and service. This was not a cheap holiday and I expected a certain level of service which was not met. First I ordered a champagne breakfast for myself and my wife as it was our wedding anniversary. Was meant to be a surprise but it didn’t turn up! Eventually I had to walk up to the store/shop to find out where it was by which time the surprise was ruined and we’d missed the breakfast order so we’re very hungry. To be fair to the girl I spoke to she was very apologetic and made sure we had the breakfast delivered the next morning. I can forgive that but I can’t forgive the rest of the standard of food and service. You can only order food from their menu to be delivered to your lodge (restaurant isn’t open) and not order we made was delivered on time, had everything we ordered or was edible. I had a burnt pizza that I could have used as a frisbee, a chicken burger that was literally inedible it was so overcooked and the rest was average at best. Not sure if they’re struggling to cope with the volume of orders but we had a message on our TV at 6:30pm one day saying they weren’t taking any more orders that night. If you’re booking extras be aware the entertainment package is pretty much free view with 2 Sky Sports channels added - that’s it. So disappointed with it all and won’t be returning. Take my advice and look elsewhere for your luxury glamping needs!
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Date of stay: August 2020Trip type: Travelled with family
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Traveller0914 wrote a review Jan 2020
Swansea, United Kingdom
+1
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Spent 5 days here over new year as two couples and it was lovely. The check in process was simple and the cabin was easy to find although the outside lighting isn’t the best when arriving in the dark and having to unload the cars. The cabin was very clean and we arrived to a lovely welcome hamper. The communication from the staff was brilliant through the use of the TV message system although I do think they should also have a ‘Ask a question’ option as well as ‘report an issue’. We spent 30 minutes trying to turn the hob on and we felt a bit silly reporting this and getting a member of staff out in the cold when if we had the option it could’ve been answered with a message back to us. (We got the hang of it on the last day - ha!) The hot tub was very clean and they checked it daily, I would say that the outside decking could’ve been tidier as the table was dirty and the chairs were just scattered around but with it being winter I wouldn’t say it was too much of an issue. The other things needed would be more food bags supplied and possibly a bin to put the food bag into as it was just on the kitchen counter. The under floor heating was a god send and was easy to use. The best part of the whole trip was Leo, the cat who lives on site. He spent the whole 5 days with us and he was so content; I even though about slipping him in my suitcase (But I didn’t) I would definitely think about returning if the price was right as I do think it’s a tiny bit steep for what you get. I would highly recommend this place for a quiet and relaxing time away. I scored it as a 4 as I think there’s a couple of minor things that could make it much better. Thank you for a great stay.
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Date of stay: December 2019Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Response from ForestHolidays, Guest Relations Manager at Forest Holidays Forest of Dean, Gloucestershire
Responded 17 Jan 2020
Thank you very much for your review and it is great to hear you had such a lovely time. We really appreciate all feedback as we are always looking for ways to improve the experience for our guests. The underfloor heating is great and makes the cabins feel so lovely and warm. It sounds as though Leo made himself very at home with you! We look forward to welcoming you back on another Forest Holiday. If you register to receive our e mails you will be first to hear about any discount codes we are offering.
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Alison. wrote a review Oct 2020
London, United Kingdom
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Stay 3 nights in August at the Forest of Dean Holiday cabins. There were 7 of us travelling with 2 dogs which is why we picked this accommodation/holiday as it was pet friendly. We had a 4 bedroom cabin and on arrival looked nice, there wasn't anything wrong in particular about the cabin (except for finger nails left on the banister... ) but I wouldn't class these as luxury.
PROS: The area is nice and you do get the feeling of relaxation and escapism especially come from London. The cabin had good size bedrooms and 2 bathrooms which was more than comfortable for the 7 of us and 2 dogs, the beds were comfy and I had 3 good nights of sleep. The kitchen is also pretty good 2 bar fridges (we done self catering and bought all our food for the 4 days with us and had plenty of fridge storage to keep it all).
CONS: My pet hate with any hotel accommodation is all the extras you have to pay for which should be in the price you pay, I mainly refer to the TV you get free channels but if you wanted SKY you had to pay an extra package for this which I think is a rip off especially as these cabins are not cheap I would have expected this as a minimum to be included. The cabin did come with WIFI but it didn't work I ended up using my own 4G the whole time.
Check-in wasn't until 5pm which is late and also checkout was 9am on the day of departure!!!! who on a relaxing holiday wants to have to leave at 9am i found this really disappointing especially because of the price you pay.
It was nice doing it once but i wouldn't do this again.
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Date of stay: August 2020
2.0 of 5 bubblesValue
4.0 of 5 bubblesService
5.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
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Andover, United Kingdom66 contributions61 helpful votes
We stayed in 30 but walked past both of those each day. Not that overlooked from the back, you might be able to see in the seating area from the side but you should be ok!
Hungrymummy79 wrote a tip 23 Jul
Northampton, United Kingdom23 contributions24 helpful votes
3.0 of 5 bubbles
"Take plenty of games/activities and gin!"
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Christina M wrote a tip 19 Jul
24 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"Choose your cabin if you can, at the edges of the site."
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Tom M wrote a tip 18 Jul
Bristol, United Kingdom2 contributions
2.0 of 5 bubbles
"Don’t go by what Forest holiday say they provide, just full bring your own stuff for a self catering holiday. "
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Compass33569765119 wrote a tip Jun 2024
1 contribution
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"on arrival turn the thermostat up"
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Izzy wrote a tip Jun 2024
London, United Kingdom99 contributions2 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"Easy to get to on the 24 bus from Gloucester."
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Frequently Asked Questions about Forest Holidays Forest of Dean, Gloucestershire
What are some of the property amenities at Forest Holidays Forest of Dean, Gloucestershire?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free parking, a hot tub, and internet access.
Which room amenities are available at Forest Holidays Forest of Dean, Gloucestershire?
Top room amenities include a kitchenette, a flat screen TV, and a refrigerator.
What food & drink options are available at Forest Holidays Forest of Dean, Gloucestershire?
Guests can enjoy breakfast and barbeque facilities during their stay.
Is parking available at Forest Holidays Forest of Dean, Gloucestershire?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
Are pets allowed at Forest Holidays Forest of Dean, Gloucestershire?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Does Forest Holidays Forest of Dean, Gloucestershire have any great views?
Yes, guests often enjoy the park view available here.
Is Forest Holidays Forest of Dean, Gloucestershire accessible?
Yes, it offers reduced mobility rooms. For specific enquiries, we recommend calling ahead to confirm.
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