Your home from home in Sherwood Forest. Steeped in Robin Hood history, with space to relax and added extras for your perfect break.
Log burning stove
A treehouse in Sherwood Forest, with an extra bedroom across a rope bridge. Perfect for family get-togethers or a trip with friends. Sleeps up to 10.
Log burning stove
A base for all your Nottinghamshire adventures, hidden among the pine trees. Your Sherwood Forest Silver Birch has a private hot tub and all the essentials you need.
Limited cabin availability at Sherwood Forest
Illuminated trail at Rufford Abbey: 28 Oct – 14 Nov (Details)
Nottingham Winter Wonderland: 15 Nov - 31 Dec (Details)
Christmas trail at Wollaton Hall: 26 Nov - 9 Jan (Details)
Mansfield Christmas Market: 27 Nov - 22 Dec (Details)
Nottingham Playhouse Christmas pantomine: 3 Dec - 15 Jan (Details)
The forest bursts into colour with flowering woodland plants during spring and summer, particularly along sunlit paths and in open meadows. One of the unmistakable flowers of the woodland in summer is the foxglove. Growing up to 2 meters tall, its brightly coloured flowers are a firm favorite with bumblebees. Look out for these important pollinators landing on the petals and climbing up into the tube shaped flower, transferring pollen as they go.
There’s an abundance of nature waiting to be seen on your walks through Sherwood Forest, from birds like the rare nightjar to groups of fallow deer jumping across the paths. One small, but unmistakable critter to look out for is the cinnabar moth. Unlike most other moths, this brightly coloured insect can be spotted flying along woodland paths or meadows during daylight hours. Its striking black and yellow striped caterpillars are equally, distinctively brightly coloured.
For pre-travel enquiries call 03330 110 495
During your stay call 01623 822 354
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Whether you want to spend a couple of days exploring or enjoy your entire break surrounded by secluded woodland, our forest locations offer things to do for everyone.