Forest Holidays – Forest of Dean

Forest Holidays – Forest of Dean

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Snuffling in the forest, through the leaves, trees and splashing streams is a dream come true for many dogs. Treat your pooch to the holiday of their dreams with Forest Holidays with 11 idyllic forest locations to choose from. Forest Holidays will always treat your pooch like family, in fact, some of the Forest Rangers even have their own dogs at work with them. Up to four dogs are allowed to stay for £15 per pooch, per night. You’ll even get a couple of doggie treats in your cabin on arrival. After a day of playing in the forest, you and your pooch can rest safely in the cosy cabin (or treehouse). While your dog sleeps (with one eye open for forest critters) on the enclosed decking you can sink into the bubbling hot tub. Enjoy dramatic woodland views through the soaring windows, kickback and watch the telly or listen to the sound of birdsong carried on the breeze. Accommodation sleeps between 2-10 people. There’s plenty of space for your dog’s bed and favourite toys, but what they’ll enjoy most of all is the gentle warmth of the underfloor heating. Every location is socially distanced by design with cabins dotted around some of the most beautiful forests in the country. You and your pooch are hidden from your neighbours and away from the noise, fresh air and total freedom is yours. You can book your holiday with total confidence for 2021 (and beyond) for a clean and safe stay, as they also provide flexible solutions if your break is affected by COVID. Dogs are also allowed in the Forest Retreat. Across the site there are drinking stations available and outdoor taps to wash the forest mud away after a long walk too. Dogs must be kept on a lead around the other cabins and are not to be unaccompanied. Every Forest Holiday has plenty of dog-friendly places and activities nearby, from forest trails to museums, trains, National parks and much much more!
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