Win a romantic woodland break for two with Forest Holidays

February 2020 Prize Draw

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What could celebrate Valentine’s Day better than winning a 3-night break away in nature, surrounded by restful woodland, staying in a beautiful cabin for two, with decking and a hot tub?

Forest Holidays offer stunning short breaks in eleven marvellous locations, from Strathyre at the gateway to the Highlands right down to Deerpark in Cornwall, with Beddgelert in Snowdonia in the west and Thorpe Forest on the Norfolk/Suffolk borders in the east. Each forest is in a different situation: some near the sea or lochs, some deep within the countryside, however they all have really comfortable accommodation, with opportunities for outdoor activities, if you want to explore. Walking and cycling trails, plus wildlife discovery andevents with the local rangers.

Imagine stargazing from the warmth of your private hot tub, or enjoying a relaxed night in with champagne by the cosy log burner? You can even organise spa treatments – a couples’ massage perhaps – in the privacy of your own cabin. Share a short break together and appreciate the tranquillity of the forest.   

Read about Carole Tidball’s break in the Forest of Dean

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Other Members' Thoughts - 139 Comment(s)

  • kelliec
    about 1 year ago
    It would be lovely to have a break away with hubby
  • sensigold
    about 1 year ago
    You're never too old to enjoy a romantic break away. Life can be so fast paced at times, with ill health, stress and so on it can really get you down. sometimes the joy of creating a memory and having quality time with a loved one means so much more than people realise. What an incredible place to create beautiful moments in time.
  • SilverTravelUser_3597
    about 1 year ago
    Looks an amazing place to relax and reconnect with nature
  • Bodgit
    about 1 year ago
    How wonderful to relax and recharge.
  • Giggles04
    about 1 year ago
    This looks like a lovely, relaxing place to unwind.
  • Lovegardens
    about 1 year ago
    Looks idyllic. Would love to take my husband here
  • cidney
    about 1 year ago
    My 85 yr old mum has been receiving wonderful specialist treatment in Cambridge last year and this would make a nice break for her. Do they take walking frames! And can I get travel insurance in the UK for her?
  • daviddavid
    about 1 year ago
    I would take my girlfriend -great break
  • suzybe
    about 1 year ago
    I'd love to take my husband away for a break.
  • Jen488
    about 1 year ago
    What a magical place to enjoy the outdoors, walking or relaxing and breathing in the spring freshness with its promise of the winter season marching onward towards the warmer days of spring and summer. Bliss!
  • Bibi
    about 1 year ago
    The time of year when our thoughts veer towards booking our annual holiday. It's cold outside and we yearn for sunshine and scenery . Often this comes with all the stress of airports etc and for some this can be so avoidable. Forest holidays give all you need however many of you plus extra and no added stress of airports etc. Yes you may have the typically English weather but an odd shower cannot cloud what Forest Holidays offer. I find this an exciting alternative to holidaying abroad.
  • GeminiJen
    about 1 year ago
    With a special birthday in the offing, I've just had a look at the Strathyre site. Looks amazing. Love the idea of the Picnic Butler too!
  • Libbit
    about 1 year ago
    Would love to win this, have looked at Forest breaks before but have yet to take a break there
  • Patm77
    about 1 year ago
    Peace and tranquility at its best.
  • denisdenis
    about 1 year ago
    Just been to Scottish Highlands for s short break. Love a countryside walk to enjoy nature
  • Mewsy
    about 1 year ago
    I week in Nature, Nice and relaxing
  • Lisa24
    about 1 year ago
    Lovely break in nature nice and relaxing
  • Caroles2311
    about 1 year ago
    Looks like an excellent distressing break
  • Lorraine
    about 1 year ago
    Would be sure to be a peaceful break to enjoy mindfulness sessions.
  • Dianosaurus
    about 1 year ago
    Wonderful break in lovely settings
  • Furryfriend
    about 1 year ago
    What a wonderful natural break, so needed in this busy life.
  • Pontyjack
    about 1 year ago
    So overworked, would love this prize to just chill out
  • Sararose
    about 1 year ago
    I would love to spend a few days i
    On a forest holiday. My great grandson loves birdwatching and I am shamefully unable to recognise many birds by their calls. So maybe I could spend my time in the forest educating myself!

  • DelilahP
    about 1 year ago
    Restore, revive and reconnect with nature and my other half.
  • Dream-Maker
    about 1 year ago
    So we booked a lodge in what is claimed to be England’s darkest forest (not a Forest Holidays site I hasten to add).

    Excited to see the starts in all their glory we ventured out after dinner, BUT, only to find our lodge was sited opposite an Outward Bound centre, with all night flood lighting.

    And now with the advent of LED flood lights, even home is surrounded by all night glare.

    A few days away from night time light, a glass of wine or two gazing at the stars with the love of my life would be beyond perfect as a prize.