Stinchcombe Hill Golf Course 

​If you wanted to incorporate golf with your stay we have an arrangement with Stinchcombe Hill Golf Club to give our customers a reduced rate at the course. Please let us know in your booking if you are interested in this offer.​
"Stinchcombe Hill Golf Club is located on the southern edge of the Cotswold escarpment above the Severn Valley. With breathtaking views the course was described by the late Henry Longhurst as one of the most scenic courses in Europe. The course was opened in 1889 and redesigned by Fred Hawtree in 1922 with further changes being made between 1929 and 1936 on the advice of James Braid." Stinchcombe Hill Golf Club

Cotswold Way Walks

​The Cotswold Way is just over 100 miles of magical walking and picturesque views of the English countryside at its best... and it is right on our doorstep! Woodland House is the ideal place for you to recharge your batteries in between long days of walking and touring. 

"The Cotswolds is also richly rural: more than 3,000 miles of footpaths and bridleways to explore; ancient woodlands and wildflower meadows; 4,000 miles of historic Cotswold stone walls dividing up the landscape." Cotswolds

Dursley Town Centre 

The town has many great pubs and restaurants for some quality evening dining. We recommend trying out The Old Spot Inn, The Kingshill, Della Casa, Bengal Lounge, The Dilraj Indian, and The Great British Takeaway. Dursley and Cam train station is only a two mile journey from Woodland House.

"Dursley is a market town and civil parish in Gloucestershire, England. It is under the northeast flank of Stinchcombe Hill, and about 4 miles southeast of the River Severn." Dursley

Picture Credit: Nick Turner

Westonbirt Arboretum 

Westonbirt National Arboretum is a perfect day out to soak up natures beauty in all the seasons, and it is only a 20 minute drive away!

"Westonbirt National Arboretum, managed by the Forestry Commission, is one of the finest collections of temperate trees and shrubs in the world.
The 600 acre arboretum is home to 3,000 different species of trees and around 15,000 individual specimens. A place of environmental and historical importance, its Victorian creator Robert Holford was fascinated by rare and beautiful plants and helped finance expeditions to collect specimens from around the world."  Visit Bristol

Berkeley Castle 

​​Berkeley Castle, a Cotswolds hidden gem, is open year-round for Weddings, Receptions, and private hires and is a great place to go for light lunches, cream teas and coffee. The Castle is only five miles from Woodland House.

"The Berkeley family welcome you to Berkeley Castle, their ancient fortress home where they have lived since their ancestor, Robert Fitzharding, completed the Keep in the late 12th Century."  Berkeley Castle

Cam Peak, dursley More...

​​ There is a circular walk across Cam Long Down to Cam Peak. The down is on a splendid section of the Cotswold Way with marvellous views, wildflower rich limestone grassland and its attractive woodland which is covered in Bluebells in spring.