At the edge of the Argyll Forest Park, pine-covered mountains sweep down to meet the shore of Loch Long and, on that shore, sit 40 cabins. A more perfect spot is hard to imagine. Scotland, in all its wild and natural glory, is here in Ardgartan Argyll. Driving past tranquil lochs and majestic mountains, you’ll begin to understand why this breathtaking landscape has inspired writers and painters for centuries...
NEW for 2018! Picture an idyllic riverside woodland, shielded by snow-capped mountains, served by a steam railway and set in a corner of Wales that is steeped in legend – that’s Beddgelert. Our smallest location, Beddgelert Snowdonia is an exclusive collection of just 16 cabins, a few minutes from the pretty Welsh village with which it shares its name.
Blackwood Forest, a tranquil woodland escape just one hour from London, is the perfect place to get away from it all. Relax in one of 60 cabins dotted among the tall beech trees in a secluded corner of the forest. Our Blackwood Forest location in Hampshire is set within a 270-hectare beech wood, carpeted in bluebells in the spring and bathed in golden hues in the autumn. Here, you can unwind and enjoy the unique Forest Holidays blend of natural wonders and life’s little luxuries.
Situated in a picturesque woodland meadow, in the heart of Cropton Forest in North Yorkshire, our cabins at Cropton are the perfect choice for adventurers, nature-lovers and stargazers. The North York Moors are on your cabin doorstep and the coast is only half an hour’s drive away. With the natural setting of Cropton as your base, explore one of the UK’s most dramatic and beautiful counties.
Deep in a wooded valley, beside an ancient millpond, our cabins at Deerpark offer a complete escape from the busy world. Far from the madding crowd, Deerpark is home to rare plant species and an abundance of wildlife including, naturally, roe deer. Just 15 minutes away is the Cornish coast and the pretty fishing villages of Looe and Polperro.
Delamere Forest, a tranquil woodland escape, is the perfect place to reconnect with nature and each other. Relax in a cabin dotted among broadleaf and evergreen trees in a secluded corner of the forest.
NEW and exclusive to this location, White Willow Premium cabins offer the ultimate experience.
Choose from the seclusion of the woods for cosying up in your cabin, or the space of the meadow for daytime play and night-time stargazing. And when you venture out, our Forest of Dean location has it all - forests to explore, rivers to canoe, and the soaring 500ft limestone outcrop of Symonds Yat Rock to conquer. The perfect holiday for outdoor adventurers.
Our cabins at Keldy are deep in the forest; some are just visible between the trees and others enjoy an outlook onto grassy, sunlit glades. Here, surrounded by nature, you can truly relax. Follow the forest road as it drops deep into the wooded valley and feel the calm of the forest wrap around you. Keldy, on the edge of the North York Moors National Park, is a hidden world of sunlit glades, tumbling brooks and shy woodland creatures.
Dotted among the statuesque pines of Sherwood Forest, our cabins are almost hidden from view. Here, where the legend of Robin Hood was born, you can immerse yourself in the outdoor life afforded by 3,300 acres of woodland. Our cabins at Sherwood Forest in Nottinghamshire feel part of the landscape and, as you step outside, you feel the instant embrace of the scented pine forest. In this natural setting, you can fill your days with adventure or simply relax and savour the peace.
At the gateway to the Highlands and surrounded by forest, loch and mountain, Strathyre is the very essence of Scotland. Some cabins have enchanting views of Loch Lubnaig while others occupy a grassy forest glade. Here, in the Queen Elizabeth Forest Park, watched over by majestic peaks of Ben Ledi, enjoy outdoor adventures; climbing, walking, canoeing and fishing. Or simply relax in the forest, a sanctuary for rare wildlife, including red squirrels and our famous pine martens.
Thorpe Forest lies in woodland on the banks of the River Thet, close to where the Norfolk and Suffolk borders meet. Here you can escape and enjoy the peace and tranquillity of a leafy setting with riverside walks. Choose to stay within the forest, or in a delightful open glade. The forest itself is a delicate patchwork of pines, heathland, and broadleaf trees, and home to a rich variety of British wildlife and the local area offers an array of attractions. Create your perfect holiday in this stunning location.