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Whitemead Forest Park - Cabins & Lodges

Whitemead Forest Park
Parkend, Lydney, Forest of Dean, Glos. GL15 4LA

03301 230374

Whitemead Forest Park - Cabins and Lodges in the Forest of Dean
Whitemead Forest Park - Cabins and Lodges in the Forest of Dean

About Whitemead Forest Park - Cabins & Lodges

In the heart of the Forest of Dean, Gloucestershire, you will find Whitemead Forest Park.

Whether you choose a log cabin, woodland lodge or our lovely bungalow, Whitemead's cosy accommodation is perfect for holidays all year round. With their lush surroundings and private verandas, the log cabins and woodland lodges put the accent firmly on nature – you really feel you’re at the heart of the forest. Plus some of the log cabins even come with their own private hot tub!

Dogs are welcome in some units at an extra charge, but they do offer pet-free accommodation as well.

Whitemead Forest Park houses a collection of modern accommodation and log cabins which provide everything you need for your self-catering break. For the more adventurous we also have great caravanning, and camping pitches which really make the most of the beautiful surroundings. Set within 27,000 acres of ancient forest, the park is the perfect setting for a self catering break away, whether you choose to explore the region by foot, by bike, or by car.

Whether you are looking for a relaxing weekend break or an action packed holiday, Whitemead Forest Park’s picturesque setting and full on-site leisure facilities make it perfect for everybody. The organised activity sessions and evening entertainment mean that there is plenty to do on site, and the restaurant, bar, and Al fresco dining area mean that even though you are on a self catering holiday, you don’t always need to cook.

More about Whitemead Forest Park

The Forest of Dean’s 27,000 acres are criss-crossed with well maintained footpaths and cycle tracks that cover a breathtaking range of scenery. Nearby you will also find: the Clearwell Caves, where you can discover how iron ore has been mined for more than 4,000 years; Lydney Docks, a tranquil waterway that teams with wildlife; the Dean Forest Railway, a heritage railway operated by steam trains; and Dean Heritage Centre, housing a generous collection of artefacts from the surrounding area.

Whitemead is open most of the year, and offers a variety of mid week, weekend, and full week breaks to suit your needs. Visit for further information and to download a brochure or price list.

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