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Wonderfully spacious, perfectly placed and incredibly enticing, Bracelands campsite is just waiting to welcome you. Located on the edge of the Forest of Dean, Bracelands is open all year, allowing you to pitch your tent in nature’s best surroundings whenever you like. 
As soon as you enter the grounds of Bracelands campsite, you’ll be immediately impressed with its size and ability to encompass you in the wonderful landscapes of the forest. 

Look out across the fields in any direction and you will be rewarded with superb views of the surrounding woodlands, made up of majestic oaks, stunning copper beech, and tall pine trees, as they climb and fall in line with the land’s rolling hills. 

You'll soon recognise beauty at play on this campsite wherever you look, whether it is watching the evening sun set over the woodland canopies in the distance, or it pierce through the trees during the day.

With all the space on offer, there are plenty of opportunities for children to play and explore their natural surroundings. Or simply walk to the edge of the site and immerse yourself in the Forest of Dean and the miles of walking and cycling tracks it offers.

Bracelands is a stone's throw from many of the Forest of Dean and Wye Valley’s greatest attractions including, less than two miles away, the famous Symonds Yat Rock which offers striking views of the River Wye wending its way through the gorge. It's a perfect spot for lunch, so don't forget your picnic.

You can also spend the day at Monmouth town, which is close by to the Forest of Dean. This traditional county town is full of history and a great way to spend the day.

Take a look at the gallery to see the real beauty of Bracelands campsite and book your stay with us online today.

Facilities available at Bracelands Campsite, Forest of Dean


With 520 pitches, Bracelands has full toilet, shower and dishwashing facilities, on top of an on-site shop, chemical toilet disposal and more. We want everyone to experience this site, and indeed everyone can.

Directions to Bracelands

From the North

  • From the M5 at Junction 8 take the M50 which leads onto the A40.
  • Continue until you reach Monmouth.
  • At Monmouth traffic lights turn left in to the A4136 and go over the old stone bridge.
  • At the first mini roundabout bear left, at the second mini roundabout continue straight ahead. You will be on this road for approx 6 miles.
  • After Staunton village you will come to a junction with traffic lights called Berry Pike. Continue straight ahead here.
  • Shortly after this junction is Berry Hill staggered crossroads.
  • Turn left at the crossroads and continue for about a mile. You will now be approaching a crossroads sign with the brown camping/caravan symbol.
  • Turn left at the crossroads into Bracelands Drive and after a few hundred yards you will see the reception for Bracelands Caravan and Camping Site.

Warning: Do not take any road for The Forest of Dean or Symonds Yat before reaching Monmouth as they are unsuitable for large vehicles.

On turning left into Bracelands Drive: Please be careful not to overshoot this junction as the next turning on the left leads to Symonds Yat and is unsuitable for large vehicles.

 

From the East (Via Gloucester)

  • From Gloucester take the A40 to Ross-on-Wye.From the M5 at Junction 8 take the A40.

  • Continue until you reach Monmouth.
  • At Monmouth traffic lights turn left in to the A4136 and go over the old stone bridge.At the first mini roundabout bear left, at the second mini roundabout continue straight ahead. You will be on this road for approx 6 miles.
  • After Staunton village you will come to a junction with traffic lights called Berry Pike.
  • Continue straight ahead here. Shortly after this junction is Berry Hill staggered crossroads. Turn left at the crossroads and continue for about a mile.
  • You will now be approaching a crossroads sign with the brown camping/caravan symbol.
  • Turn left at the crossroads into Bracelands Drive and after a few hundred yards you will see the reception for Bracelands Caravan and Camping Site
  • Warning: Do not take any road for The Forest of Dean or Symonds Yat before reaching Monmouth as they are unsuitable for large vehicles.
  • On turning left into Bracelands Drive: Please be careful not to overshoot this junction as the next turning on the left leads to Symonds Yat and is unsuitable for large vehicles.

 

From the East (Via Gloucester)

  • From Gloucester take the A40 to Ross-on-Wye.
  • Once you have passed through a village called Huntley take the next left at the traffic lights on to the A4136 (signposted to Monmouth)
  • After about 8 miles you will come to a place called Edge End and soon you will come to a set of traffic lights by a Nissan garage.
  • Turn right here and drive slowly through Berry Hill village.
  • At the Crossroads go straight ahead and you will soon see the campsite reception.

From the West (via Monmouth)

  • From the M4 leave the motorway at Junction 24 onto the A449 which leads on to the A40 and Monmouth/Ross-on-Wye.
  • When you reach Monmouth traffic lights, continue straight over and move into the right hand lane.
  • At the roundabout, complete a U turn and return to the traffic lights from the opposite direction. (There is no right turn at the traffic lights.)
  • Keep in the left hand lane and turn left at the traffic lights onto the A4136 and go over the old stone bridge. At the first mini roundabout bear left at the second ahead. You will be on this road for approx 6 miles.
  • After Staunton village you will come to a junction with traffic lights called Berry Pike go ahead here.Then, shortly after this, there is a staggered crossroads, turn LEFT at the crossroads and continue for about a mile
  • You will now be approaching a crossroads sign with the brown camping/caravan symbol. Turn left at the crossroads onto Bracelands Drive.
  • After a couple of hundred yards you will see reception, where you need to check-in for Bracelands Caravan and Camping Site

On turning left into Bracelands Drive: Please be careful not to overshoot this junction as the next turning on the left leads to Symonds Yat and is unsuitable for large vehicles.


From the South (via Bristol)

  • From the M4 at Junction 21 take the M48 over the Severn Bridge TOLL PAYABLE into Wales.
  • After crossing the bridge, turn off the motorway at Junction 2 onto the A48 to Chepstow.
  • At Chepstow turn left on to the B4228 and follow it all the way to Coleford where there are traffic lights with a police station on the right.
  • Go straight ahead and after approximately 250 yards take the turning on your right signposted Berry Hill (there is also the brown caravan/camping sign at this junction)
  • When you get to the crossroads go straight ahead and follow the road for about one mile. You will now be approaching a crossroads sign with the brown camping/caravan symbol.
  • Turn left at the crossroads onto Bracelands Drive After a couple of hundred yards you will see reception where you need to check-in for Bracelands Caravan and Camping Site.
  • On turning left into Bracelands Drive: Please be careful not to overshoot this junction as the next turning on the left leads to Symonds Yat and is unsuitable for large vehicles.

Please be aware that Sat Nav is likely to give you a route that involves travelling to the campsite via Symonds Yat. Roads in this area are unsuitable for large vehicles, so please do not follow this route if you are towing or in a motorhome.

 
There much more to the Forest of Dean than meets the eye. It offers an endless list of things to do, from adventure days to culture days. There are plenty of reasons to visit  our Bracelands campsite and the wider Forest of Dean.

To get your adventure at Bracelands started we’ve handpicked some great ideas for days out below.
 
Westbury Court Garden
The Saracens Head Inn
International Centre for Birds of Prey
 
 

You’ll find more information on things to see and do in and around the Forest of Dean here.

Prices From
£12.50 per night (Two Adults)

At a Glance

  • Toilets and showers available
  • 520 pitches
  • Hardstanding available
  • Rally fields available
  • Pets welcome
  • Open all year
  • View our pricing guide

Contact Details

Phone bookings: 024 7798 6991
Bracelands Campsite, Forest of Dean Bracelands Drive Coleford GL16 7NP
01594 837258

Great Time
Had a great time. The staff were so very friendly, even opening the shop out of hours. The site was lovely and clean with gallons of hot water. We were blessed with wonderful weather which made it even better. The middle toilet block has had a much needed facelift from the last time that we had visited. The site is in such a wonderful place that we are hard pushed to go anywhere else and find such a great location. I don't really want to harp on with how much we enjoyed it as I don't want it to get busy for my next visit. Thanks Tony and his crew for making Bracelands a great site!
Review by: Mike Maslanka
Beautiful Bracelands
This was our first visit to Bracelands and certainly won't be the last. From day 1 to day 10 everything was pretty much perfect. Anyone reading negative reviews on this site should take them against the positive ones. The site is clean, well tended with super views across the Wye valley. The staff were pleasant and helpful and the facilites perfectly adequate. We loved the site and its surroundings and can't wait to come back. The only negative was a dog yapping in the early hours on a couple of mornings, which certainly wasn't the site's fault!!
Review by: Tim Watts
Amazing views .
The staff are fantastic always on hand to help , they always go the extra mile. Me and my family have been coming to Bracelands for over 20 years . The site is well maintained and well run.
Review by: Debbie Willson
Great!
Just returned from a weekend trip to Bracelands. After reading some of the negative reviews on the website I was a little concerned about what the site would be like but was pleasantly surprised when we arrived in the rain on Friday night. The staff were friendly and helpful, there was lots of room and space around the tents and the facilities were clean and there were plenty. It's a big site and it was busy this weekend but people were quiet and we didn't experience any excess noise. Would definitely recommend a stay here - perfect base to explore the Forest of Dean with lovely walks in the forest just off site and easy access to lots of the local attractions.
Review by: Jennie Bond
...Camping in your Forest... but it'll cost ya...
Camping in the Forest should allow affordable access to the woods and wild life of the UK. The price should reflect the rough and ready approach to camping in a forest - but at the current prices you would be inclined to shop around more for a commercial site alternative. This site was a prime example - I'd rather pay a bit more for another site than pay the going rates for this one. We were lucky in our pitch and group but many were very much left sleeping on a slope, no more than a tenners worth really! Disappointed that the company has lost direction from when we first started using Forestry Commission sites many years ago when value for money was key - if they want to charge commercial rates they need to compete better, but, that would loose the point of camping in the forest. Can't really recommend this one on a cost basis and the poor return on what you get. Staff seemed happy to help out, though facilities became very grubby quickly and didn't seem to be kept clean - you wanna charge money for your site? Get with the completion, but that would not be the point of staying in the forest.
Review by: Russ Watson
Certainly not Graceland
If you like your campsites with unfriendly wardens, loud chavs shouting constantly from the moment they wake from their pits up until they pass out in drunken stupor, dogs barking all day long, and the feeling your on a POW camp, then look no further. From the second we pulled on site we felt unwelcome. We were met with a \"Dogs on leads at all times\" no, Hello, can you keep your dogs on leads while on site. If we hadn't already paid, I'd have got back in the van and left for a site where I was welcome. The next day while the prison Wardens were patrolling we were again instructed to keep our dogs, that were sat on their bed, on their leads, to keep the dogs on leads at all times. We were then interrogated as there was one dog wandering around off lead. Obviously, we were to blame, they didn't seem bothered by dogs barking all day, beer swilling chavs. I understand they don't want dogs wandering around but there are better ways to approach it. Can I remind the wardens that we are paying and we are there for a holiday. We are NOT there to pay YOUR site fees. The showers were fairly clean, but I like to choose the temperature of my shower, having several layers of skin stripped from my body from downpours of sub boiling water isn't pleasant. It felt more like a POW camp than a holiday camp. Camping in the forest? More like camping in a clearing-in-a-forest. I like rules and regulations on a campsite, that's why I joined the C&CC because I'm sick of sites allowing idiots to do whatever they feel like. I'm considering whether to renew my C&CC membership as if this is the kind of site they are associated with then I don't wish to bother in the future. I shall never be returning to Bracelands and Its certainly put me off returning to the Forest Of Dean, shame really, as it's such a nice place, ruined by cretins. Fortunately, despite your best efforts, you didn't manage to spoil my weekend, I actually had a great time, so nah ;)
Review by: Richard Lister
Amazing Week at Bracelands
Just back from our first week camping in the forest, just had to say something. From the friendly, helpful wardens, to the relaxed, open layout of the pitches, the campsite gave us the perfect holiday with our two children (8 and 10). We came home for a rest.... The cycling opportunities were second to none, family rides to Symonds Yat from the site, fabulous activities at the nearby Forest centres, plus the option to stay for a few extra hours and leave in the evening made our last day really special.Great support and help from the wardens when needed, couldn't ask for more. Ok the blue skies everyday for a week helped......
Review by: Claire Hay
taffypot review of Bracelands, Forest of Dean
Stayed here as a last minute booking with husband and son for 1 night, pleasant welcome, you can pitch where you like, though I could see you getting trapped in if to many pitched in front of you. Site is not flat so its probably best for tents, don't think I would take my TT there. Plenty of toilets and showers never busy, and clean. Lots of people on site but still quite a quiet feel. No lights on site so remember the torch, Coleford has a co - op open until 10 which is handy when Husband forgets to pack the gas, pleasant walk down to the river wye (took as quite a while as I trusted Hubby with the OS Map!, we turned right out of the site perhaps if you turn left that will take you straight there.)
Review by: taffypot
taffypot review of Bracelands, Forest of Dean
Stayed here as a last minute booking with husband and son for 1 night, pleasant welcome, you can pitch where you like, though I could see you getting trapped in if to many pitched in front of you. Site is not flat so its probably best for tents, don't think I would take my TT there. Plenty of toilets and showers never busy, and clean. Lots of people on site but still quite a quiet feel. No lights on site so remember the torch, Coleford has a co - op open until 10 which is handy when Husband forgets to pack the gas, pleasant walk down to the river wye (took as quite a while as I trusted Hubby with the OS Map!, we turned right out of the site perhaps if you turn left that will take you straight there.) Will definitely go back again since its so close to home.
Review by: taffypot
mrs L & family from kingswinford review of Bracelands, Forest of Dean
wasnt sure about this site as some of the other reviews were not very complimentary, however we loved it. Fantastic scenery, lovely smiling faces on arrival at reception, very helpful staff. Great walks with easy access to the forest from the site. WHen travelling there DO NOT go through symonds yat, very narrow roads which has resulted in us scratching our van, tried to find directions for towing , on the club site but couldnt see anything, ( was I looking in the wrong place?) other than the stressful journey there fanatastic. Would def visit again.
Review by: mrs L
Helen and John with Maisie review of Bracelands, Forest of Dean
We were made very welcome from the word go. Direct access to the forest where you could walk for a week and still not see it all! We were lucky to see wild fallow deer, one with a fawn, and just as we were leaving we saw a wild boar and babies. We stayed on our way to Wales and again on our way back. Yes, the facilities did need a bit of a facelift but that is planned before next season. Grab rails for us oldies in the showers please. Thank you we will surely be back.
Review by: Helen and
Julie S. review of Bracelands, Forest of Dean
This was our first time camping as a family and we stayed in a pre-pitched tent. We were very impressed by all the facilities and the beautiful views. We particularly enjoyed the peace and quiet of the site and easy access to forest walks. It is also easy to hire bikes nearby. There is a shop at the main reception but this was very expensive and we didn't always find a warm welcome here! The site is near Coleford for shops and within easy distance of Ross on Wye, Symonds Yat, Monmouth etc and we were never short of things to do. All in all, it was a great place for short break and I am sure that we could easily find enough to do for a fortnight sometime in the future. My only reservation would be how busy it might get in the height of summer.
Review by: Julie S.
Angela & Tony Slim review of Bracelands, Forest of Dean
Since becoming new owners of a towing caravan earlier this year and choosing Bracelands for our first adventure, we found Tony and his staff extremely helpful and accommodating especially as we basically knew nothing about this new experience. It was raining and the ground was wet, having difficulty in reversing the van to its location, Tony got into his tractor, hitched the van and towed us into place, saying \"if you need anything at all, dont hesitate to ask for help\" how comforting was that. Since then we have become \"seasonal\" and go to the van at Bracelands every week if the weather permits. Great location, quiet and peaceful, good biking routes and facilities clean and lovley hot showers. The site itself very well maintained with all the staff friendly and helpful.
Review by: Angela &
Jacky Garry Wing review of Bracelands, Forest of Dean
We booked this site at short notice on the Forest 33% offer, it was the best long weekend we have had in our caravan in the last 4 years. The site is clean and well maintained, the approach lane is a bit pot holed but easily navigated, watch the speed humps. The view from our pitch was the best for the sunset over the valley. The site is quite sloped in areas but ample flat areas if you look. We were lucky as there were only a few there as it was the end of the Whit week. This site has definitely been put on our must visit again list.
Review by: Jacky Garry
Ben Gidley review of Bracelands, Forest of Dean
Nice site, you can pick your own pitch and even in July there was a lot of spare space. The facilities are serviceable if a bit dated (they are same as they were in 1996!), staff seemed helpful.
Review by: Ben Gidley
Gandy review of Bracelands, Forest of Dean
Have just spent a lovely, relaxing bank holiday weekend at Bracelands. The site was well maintained, the staff were pleasant and the toilet blocks were clean. We arrived at a busy time but were still booked in within 10 minutes. There were plenty of wardens visible on site throughout our stay and we liked the fact that they enforced the 6 metre gap ruling. The site is a good base for those like us who enjoy walking and cycling, and is ideal for families as there is plenty of space to run around and explore.
Review by: Gandy
Paula review of Bracelands, Forest of Dean
Lovely site, what it doesnt tell you is that it is sloping so be prepared for a bit of levvelling whic I am still getting the hang of. Very busy when we were there, full I think, but noise at night was not a problem as in some reviews. Toilets and showers well used. Cleaned daily but not maintained so deteriorate quickly. Could do with childrens play area.
Review by: Paula
craymond review of Bracelands, Forest of Dean
we stayed as a family in 2012. 2 adults 3 kids 1 being only 1 and half. we found it great , we went for walks which the gate was just outside tent. we drove and looked around.. the only thing was one shower block was stut but we enjoyed very much. we are booking again..
Review by: craymond
Cindy review of Bracelands, Forest of Dean
I adore this site, the facilities are not fantastic but remember where you are! rustic and beautiful do not always come perfect showers, however the facilities are cleaned at least twice a day so they are not filthy dirty, hot water all day and 3 blocks to shower in. We have been to Bracelands twice and are booked again for the May bank holiday and we couldnt be more pleased. Staff are helpful, offered us an indian takeaway phone number who delivered to the site! who can ask for more than that on a lazy saturday evening after a very long and enjoyable walk around the forest. all in all this is a lovely site to just stop, do as much or as little as you like and still have a great time.
Review by: Cindy
pete &jan review of Bracelands, Forest of Dean
Stayed in may the hot week, found the staff very freindly and helpful throughout are stay, toilets and showers very good, yes they closed but only for cleaning (very clean) It is a bit uneven in places but i always carry leveling gear as any one would. overall very good site had a great time many thanks. from the non moaning department off the camping &caravan club
Review by: pete &jan
Graeme and Carole review of Bracelands, Forest of Dean
This was our first time in our caravan, when we arrived at the site the staff were very helpful and could not do enough for us, helping us on to our pitch helping to level the caravan and showing us how to get everything working. The view from our window was fantastic and a short walk from the caravan we were in the forest. The facilities were clean. Can't wait to return
Review by: Graeme and
The Clark Family review of Bracelands, Forest of Dean
Giving this beautiful forrest site a low mark maybe unfair as we arrived on a bank holiday weekend and the whole site was over run with families with young children and it was quite a hectic site to be on and the wardens were doing there best to keep everyone happy and getting campers organised.we had pre booked two pitches hoping to get together which we didn't again the bank holiday to blame for that unfortunately one off us being pitched next to a family group with unruly screaming kids didn't fill us with excitement but by the monday with most of the weekend chaos packing up and going home our peaceful holiday began and this is exactly the site for it with its surrounding forests and walks it was an ideal place to be. The site is desperately in need of a face lift with using the main shower/toilet block at the entrance of the site was our only option as the other blocks were not the cleanest of places to use. Grey and chemical waste points also need an update. Putting all the disappointments aside we would definitely recommend this site all-day long but avoid bank holidays if you don't like parents with no control over their kids.
Review by: The Clark
Simon review of Bracelands, Forest of Dean
We chose this site for the 'maiden voyage' of our new caravan, and were not disappointed. The site had plenty of space, even on the first full weekend of the summer holidays. The views across the forest were wonderful; the facilities clean and adequate, if a little dated, but in fact that added to the charm of the place. There is a well stocked shop on the main Christchurch site entrance though I found it a bit disconcerting that none of the goods were priced on the shelf, so you had no idea how much they were until they had been scanned at the till.The same place also served hot drinks and a limited selection of hot food. Fabulous area for walks in the forest - we enjoyed a 5-mile walk, on the forest tracks to Biblin's Bridge then along the river Wye to Symonds Yat - across the ferry for a pint at the Sarecen's Head, then back along the other side of the river - our dog loved it! We were only there for a long weekend and wished we could have stayed longer.
Review by: Simon
Mr. E review of Bracelands, Forest of Dean
Very disappointed with site. Very steep slope for many of the pitches and impossible to level 'van even with ramps. Electricity failed late Friday afternoon and didn't return permanently until very late Saturday morning. Wardens genuinely apologetic and advised me that the sub-station has tripped out. I was later advised that this was not the first time this had happened over the years when weather cold and site very busy. No excuse for repeated failure, either upgrade the sub-station or reduce booking to a level the site's electrics can cope with - not rocket science! Access to site is difficult in that Sat Navs want to take you down unsuitable roads of which there are many. Alternative routes add miles onto journey. On the plus side ALL the local people I meet were very friendly. However, not a site I would re-visit or recommend. There are too many other superior Camping and Caravanning Club sites and CL's around. Lots to see and do in the area e.g. Goodrich Castle.
Review by: Mr. E
Phil review of Bracelands, Forest of Dean
We have stayed here on and off over the last 20 years both camping and cravaning.We stayed on site both as a tourer and previously for the last 3 years on a seasonal basis.We have had great family holidays here on this magic site very close to the Forest. However since becoming a member of the CCC this year having held a Forest experince member.I would like to comment as follows. The C&CCs moto is the Freindly Club. Unfortunotly this wasnt the case when we came in March with freinds and family ages ranging from 8yrs - 65yrs. The attiude of the Management team shocked all of us. Since this bad experiance we have been to Blackmore at Malvern and Christchurch next to Bracelands.The Staff at both sites can not do enough for you they run the sites very proffesionaly and were very polite and freindly unlike their colleques at Bracelands.
Review by: Phil
Emma review of Bracelands, Forest of Dean
We have been to this site a few times over the years and with 3 very active young boys have always had a great time. In previous years we have been very happy with the staff and facilities but this year were a bit dissapointed at book in, some of the extras, ie an extra car and adult that i had booked and thought i had paid for over the phone didnt appear on the system, so we had to pay out of our spending money, and the staff were not very friendly or welcoming as they had been on previous visits. The toilets and shower blocks seemed to close at various times of the day and one block was only open at weekends even though we went during the summer holidays and it was quite busy. As a result there were un necessary waits for showers and they wernt as clean as they could have been. The area its self is beautiful and there is some lovely walks directy off of the site. Near by in coleford is a lovely village with various shops a small cinema which was very cheap and handy on a wet day, there is also puzzle wood and the model railway which were great for the kids. We also did the sculpture trail in the forest which was only ̴�3 to park and we spent all day there. It has a nice picnic area and play ground. The hope well colliery that is just out side of coleford was great to, with a really nice man who owns it giving a great tour and it was really cheap too, the boys loved it. On the whole it was a great holiday even though we had some rain, but next time we may stay at christchurch as the staff are friendlier.
Review by: Emma
Camper review of Bracelands, Forest of Dean
Just returned from a camping trip with friends to Bracelands, lovely site, with lots of space, although despite rules on noise there was a lot of noise early in the mrning and late at night. The facilities though, although moderately clean were awful paint flaking off the ceiling and walls, most toilets blocked, not pleasant first thing in the morning, because we are in a tent our only luxury is a hot shower in the morning, the showers were at such low pressure I struggled to rinse shampoo out of my hair, a real shame I shall stick to club sites in future.
Review by: Camper
sam review of Bracelands, Forest of Dean
went here for first time was noisy at night and the shower block they closed all the showers down so had to walk to other side of site to have a shower which was worth it as it was a newish block others shower blocks was dirty and old i had no problem with showers but my girlfriend said there was no pressure behind the shower nothing on site for kids to do so take toys for them. but for a quiet weekend is perfect oh and no where to bath our baby
Review by: sam
Mr Banfield review of Bracelands, Forest of Dean
found the staff friendly and helpful unfortunately the management were not so good they seemed to be able to close toilet blocks when they wished without a thought to campers on site at short notice and told me that a museum i wished to visit was too far to want to go from the site if it was not for the other staff on site we would have left early
Review by: Mr Banfield
eul review of Bracelands, Forest of Dean
Just back from a week visit here. The awful wet weather definately put a dampner on our holiday, however when the sun shone, it really was glorious! Symonds yat wasn't really good for a young family (2 yr old, 5 yr old, 9 yr old) and was rather expensive to eat- even at the \"cafe\". Facilities on site were okay, but never seemed to feel very clean (maybe im a bit particular!). There is no direct access to the forest, which we were expecting to enjoy walks/ bike riding etc, and there is no shop on site. The shop at Christchurch is quite a distance and more of a boutique than camp essentials. The forest holidays reception would also not allow us to hire a bike (with toddler seat) as we were at Bracelands- it is made out that the facilities can be shared. Local co-op short drive away which is useful, and local perry railway/ treetops is good, but rather expensive at ̴�30 for a famiy of 5- couldnt spend all day there. Scenically beautiful site- but definately need the weather to appreciate.
Review by: eul

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