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Stargazing is something for the bucket list and, if you have never done it before, you will be amazed by the sheer beauty of the night sky. Here is our guide to the celestial highlights of the year, so that you can plan your stargazing to coincide with the most exciting events.
Book a cabin atÂ Forest of Dean,Â Thorpe Forest,Â Keldy, orÂ Cropton, which all have cabins in less wooded areas.Â Ardgartan ArgyllÂ andÂ StrathyreÂ too, offer open views across the lochs. All our locations have a night-time darkness you will never experience in a city or town.
Of course, thereâ€™s one factor that has a large bearing on what you can see â€“ the weather. Specifically, clouds. Plan your stargazing around a Forest Holidays break and, if itâ€™s cloudy, rather than standing in the cold, you will be able to simply relax in your hot tub and hope for a break in the clouds.
Cross stargazing-in-style off your bucket list. All you need to do is pick the celestial event you want to see most, choose a cabin at one of our stunning UK locations, and wait for the show to begin.