The Easter break provides welcome opportunities for cosy get together, long days spent outdoors and of course - plenty of chocolate. In celebration of Easter we’ve rounded up some of the ways you can make Easter traditions a part of your spring holiday.
Unwind on a log cabin break
Easter is when we can truly unwind with our loved ones - there’s no better place to spend quality time than a woodland cabin surrounded by serene forest. But just because you’ve hunkered down in a secluded spot doesn’t mean you’ll miss out on all the Easter excitement.
In our cabins there’s plenty of room to get creative with seasonal activities. Hire an Easter Party Pack, a traditional Spring Craft Kit - perfect for keeping your little explorers entertained.
A woodland escape also gives you time to enjoy life’s simple pleasures. Whether that’s scoffing a cheeky hot cross bun while taking in the scenery or organising your own Easter egg hunt around the cabin. Yum.
Bring your energy levels up a notch
With the start of spring comes a burst of new energy and a desire to explore in the cool, crisp air. Luckily we’ve made it super easy to turn your short break into an adventure holiday by partnering up with some of the UK’s best adventure companies.
Trek through ancient woodland on horseback, fly down a zip wire on a Go Ape adventure or try your hand at biking, kayaking and archery. Just take a look at what Easter family activities are on offer at each location for a holiday tailored to your family’s needs.
Soothe your senses in the forest
With the recent news that one in five of us are taking a digital detox, there’s never been a better reason to spend more time away from those pesky screens. An Easter break with all the family is a great way to reduce the time you spend online while reconnecting with nature.
During Easter the forest blooms with daffodils, tulips and bluebells. Bursting with vibrance and teaming with wildlife awoken from a winter sleep, let the forest be your setting for some family fun. Head off on a springtime trail through the forest or forage for materials to make a DIY Easter bonnet and your favourite apps will soon be forgotten.
Don’t forget - our Forest Rangers are on hand at each location to help you get the most from your family holiday this Easter. From toasting marshmallows over a fire to looking for wildlife at night, there’s tons of ways to test your survival skills and immerse yourself in the calm of the forest. Without your phone in hand.
Fun for all the family
Easter is all about bringing the family together which is why we’ve made it easy for you to bring everyone along on your Easter holiday. Our Golden Oak Treehouse sleeps up to 10 guests, we’ve got plenty of pet-friendly log cabins - and everyone’s invited to our Forest Retreat Easter Parties, new for 2020.
A blooming good Easter break
Reconnect with loved ones and make memories that last a lifetime with a Forest Holiday that ticks all the boxes. Start your Easter celebrations by browsing our range of Easter break options.