BRINGING WOODLANDS TO LIFE

Accommodation

If you’re looking a short and affordable break in the heart of the Ironbridge Gorge World Heritage Site then look no further. Our accommodation is tucked away within a lovely woodland setting in Coalbrookdale making us an ideal choice if you wish to spend a few days exploring this beautiful area and the historic Ironbridge is just a short walk away. Also nearby are the Gorge Museums, plenty of places to eat and lots of delightful walks. Our accommodation is also handy if you are attending one of our courses http://smallwoods.org.uk/courses-events/courses-calendar/

We do not class ourselves as offering “glamping”. Our huts are very, very basic with a gym mat on the floor, so please bring along a sleeping bag, pillow, torch etc (as if you were going camping). However facilities on site include toilets, shower and access to a self-catering kitchen. We also have a café on site, opening times can be found here 

Eco Pod

This is a beautifully constructed pod from sustainably sourced materials with two simple bunk beds and natural lighting. A great experience for those who want something a little more luxurious than our wooden sleeping huts.

The cost for the Eco Pod is £20 per night for 2 people. Single occupancy £10 per night.

Wooden Sleeping Huts

We have 4 basic wooden tents that offer a rustic experience of sleeping in the woods. Prepare for rustling leaves and the odd creature snuffling around outside!

The cost for a hut is £7.50 per night and they will sleep two if you don’t mind being close!

Departure: – Accommodation must be vacated by 9.00am on day of departure.

Contact us for more information or to book your stay at [email protected] or call 01952 432769.

The Ironbridge World Heritage site is a popular tourist destination and has accommodation to suit all price ranges. http://www.visitironbridge.co.uk/property

Courses
P1000686

Shrink Pot Making

  • The Green Wood Centre, Coalbrookdale, TF8 7DR
  • 26 Jun 2021 - 26 Jun 2021
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Events
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Wood supply chain workshop

  • Online 6:30pm - 8pm
  • 22 Jun 2021 - 22 Jun 2021
You may already know that the UK was recently the second largest net importer of forest products in the world, behind China. Clearly, there is much more to do, from Government through to individual customers, to inform and incentivise the growing and buying of more locally sourced timber; and sourced from woodland managed to a good standard.

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