The Wyre Forest
The Wyre Forests 6,500 acres is all that survives of a wood that once stretched along the Severn Valley from Worcester to Bridgnorth. The landscape consists of rolling hills, woodland, orchards and open water with picturesque valleys and is one of the largest areas of ancient semi-natural oak woodland in Britain. Much of the Wyre area is designated as a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI) and many rare species of flora and fauna can be found there.
The Holiday is adjacent to the southern edge of this landscape, and in fact, the oak wood that shelters so many of our chalets and caravans is a continuation of Burnt Wood, a large area of the original Forest, which is also a SSSI
A great overview of the peaceful landscape of the Wyre Forest can be found by playing some of the videos on this page