Step outside and explore
The Wye Valley (AONB) and the Forest of Dean is a truly hidden gem. A best kept secret that you have just discovered for yourself.
From ancient woodland to wild flowing rivers, it offers thrill seekers the chance to satisfy their desire for an adrenaline rush, through to peaceful tranquillity to naturally nurture your wellbeing.
Some ideas for things to see and do…
Walk on the Offa’s Dyke Path straight from your door or stroll to the village pub (1.25 miles / 30 mins)
E-bike hire with Wye Bikes (bikes delivered to the treehouse too!)
Guided canoe trips, Stand Up Paddle Boarding and gorge scrambling – Inspire2Adventure
High wire adventures or Segways – Go Ape
Picnic in our wild flower meadow (complimentary hamper and picnic rug provided)
Wild Swimming in the river Wye with Swim Wild Wye
Stroll round the pretty moat of the medieval St Briavels Castle and grab a picnic at The Pantry deli or an ice cream to admire the view from the lookout at The Tump
Creativity & some shopping at Taurus Crafts
Craft workshops – Mosaics and much more with Rachel Shilston
Magical woodland TV & Film location – Puzzlewood
Visit historic Tintern Abbey, Chepstow, Goodrich or Raglan castles
Go Foraging with a guide – ask us for details