Bracelands campsite in the Forest of Dean nestles on the western edge of the forest, offering panoramic views of the delightful Wye Valley. The wooded setting of this site make it a strikingly beautiful setting for a holiday. The best seller of the three sites Forest Holidays offer in the Forest of Dean, the entire forest is yours to explore, along mile after mile of marked paths where you are welcome to ramble or cycle, as well as take part in a choice of Ranger Activities, Fallow deer inhabit the forest, and you are more than likely to see them as you discover the well-hidden depths of this splendid, ancient forest, rolling endlessly down to the banks of the lovely River Wye.
With the unspoiled beauty of the Forest of Dean to explore, its likely that the woodland trails will be more than enough to occupy you. But should you wish to stray a little further afield, the pretty market town of Monmouth sits just a few miles away on the Welsh border. Here you will find history aplenty, ranging from the Nelson Garden to the 13th-century bridge over the river Monnow, which is the last of its kind in Britain.
Washing Facilities (surcharge)**Some facilities remain closed in low season, please check at the time of booking if there is an activity or facility which is key for your holiday.**