Discover the best holiday ideas for the Wye Valley and Forest of Dean! There's something for everyone staying at one of BHHL homes: Explore picturesque landscapes, visit iconic attractions, and enjoy exciting activities for all ages, even for your dog! Find inspiration for your trip with our blogs, including:
- Tintern Abbey: Marvel at the ruins of this medieval monastery
- Symonds Yat: Stunning viewpoint, rock climbing, and canoeing
- Puzzlewood: Enchanting ancient forest, perfect for family outings
- Monmouth: Charming market town, explore historic sites and independent shops
- Wye Valley Walk: 136-mile trail showcasing the area's natural beauty Plan your perfect Wye Valley adventure today!
When planning your large group holiday in the UK, you don’t need to leave your pets behind in kennels or catteries! Our dog friendly large cottages and homes (cats also welcome) offer your pets the opportunity to enjoy the natural beauty of the Forest of Dean and Wye Valley alongside you.
The Wye Valley has many great golf courses to choose from whether you’re planning as group or playing on your own.
The River Wye has some of the most varied fishing beats in the UK. Salmon and Barbel are some of the signature beats along the UK’s fifth longest river, but there is also plenty of game and coarse fishing to be had too. Our holiday houses are around Lydbrook, Symonds Yat and Monmouth and so would be great for fishing holidays as they are within easy reach of many top spots.
At Big House Holiday Lets we have some great holiday accommodation that is ideally suited for those looking to do something different.
The term Staycation has arisen due to the current economic conditions leaving Britons with less money to spend and rising political uncertainty in Europe and other holiday destinations that have traditionally been popular.
Widely regarded as one of the best escapes in the UK, the Forest of Dean has something for everyone - with a large array of wildlife thriving in its ancient woodland and through the river Wye, which meanders through its centre.