Nature Retreats

November 7 – 9, 2022

We’ve teamed up with Ed Drewitt, naturalist, broadcaster and wildlife detective to provide an opportunity to unwind, be outdoors and explore the forest landscape – with the shorter days we won’t have to be up too early breakfast and back in good time to relax before dinner.

The Forest of Dean turns from vivid green to an orange glow in early November, as the forest begins to wind down after a busy summer and prepares for the winter. Over several days we will be exploring the forest’s natural side, walking around beautiful ponds, looking across stunning views and watching wildlife which may include fallow deer, wild boar, woodland birds and wintering ducks.

Discover more about what’s shaped the Forest of Dean – from it’s famous scowles to the use of different trees; much of this is now hidden among the trees. As we’re out and about you’ll hear more about some of these places and the clues that they were once here.  And you never know what stunning view or woodland scenery may be round the corner.



This two night package includes:

  • Two night’s accommodation with breakfast each morning.
  • Dinner on both nights.
  • Expert guiding with Ed.
  • Transport in a luxury minibus
  • Packed lunch each day, or lunch back at the Tudor Farmhouse if it’s particularly cold.

The costs are:

£495 per person based on two sharing a hen or hatchling room.

£100 single occupancy supplement.

Call us on 01594 833046 to book or click below to send an email enquiry.