The Forest Spa

Naturist Short Break in the Wye Valley

Oak Lodge

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The Lodge nestled on a hillside

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Lawns with a woodland backdrop

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Relax in our comfortable accommodation

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Peaceful location for a break

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Stunning views from the hot tub

Welcome to Oak Lodge

Simon and Ruth invite you to stay at Oak Lodge - their guest house for naturists.

The Forest Spa is a naturist stay - or day visit - exclusively for couples. This is get away accommodation for those who like to leave clothes behind when on holiday. Both single night stays and short breaks are available on a bed & breakfast basis with evening meal available.

Naturist stay

This is a clothes free location whenever comfortable. We take, though, a sensible approach to going clothes free at our naturist stay. The hot tub is the only place where clothing is always left off. For the rest, it's clothing optional simply to allow for weather conditions and other comfort considerations.

We're happy to chat through any questions you may have about staying at our naturist location. You'll find how to contact us on our Contact page.

All year round

Autumn and Winter rival Summer and Spring as great times to have a naturist break with us. The hot tub is always ready for use whatever the season and a roaring log fire lit inside the moment the temperature dips.

Our location

Oak Lodge is near Monmouth on the edge of The Forest of Dean. The lodge is within the Wye Valley area of outstanding natural beauty. Oak Lodge boasts a luxury hot tub in a wonderful setting. The view from the hot tub is stunning! While soaking in the hot tub you can enjoy the views of Monmouth, the Wye Valley and in the distance the Brecon Beacons and the hills of the South Wales.

The lodge is located on a South West facing hillside. This is a quiet location. It normally only has the occasional car going past the property. It has a large garden on a series of terraces some grassed and some with patios, all of which soak up the sun once it rises on it from mid morning onwards. The lodge is in a hill location with a short flight of steps up to it from where you park. It is therefore not suitable for people who have difficulty walking and climbing stairs.

It's a beautiful location and our hospitality is warm. Click on one of our photos to get an idea of how it looks.

Last minute break

We accept last minute break bookings. Please see the notes below and check the Availability page to see if the dates you want are available. Then contact us. You'll find how to contact us on our Contact page.

Are you wondering about the weather where we are? Follow this link to get the current weather and the forecast for the next few days: Our Local Weather.

But never mind the weather! It's always warm and cosy inside and you can still enjoy the view. Outside you can enjoy the hot tub in almost any weather.

Days and times

We accept bookings to stay for a single night or a short break on most days and at most times of the year. Please see the Availability page for dates that are currently available.

You can arrive at any time from 2 pm except Saturday when it is 3 pm. Dinner, if you decide to eat with us, is usually at 6.30 pm but by arrangement it can be later. The hot tub can be enjoyed at all times of the day and evening. On the day of departure 11 am is the normal check out time but this can be varied if circumstances allow.

Meals

Breakfast is included. Dinner in the evening is available. Day visitors can also arrange to have lunch.

Local attractions

You are welcome to stay around the lodge and simply relax. However, if you'd like to get out and see the sights there are many possibilities.

If you enjoy biking by all means bring your bikes. You'll be able to keep them in our garage. This is a great location for cycling along the Wye Valley trail to Symonds Yat. If you enjoy walking there are many public footpaths leading into The Forest of Dean or leading you onto the walks of the Wye Valley.

Our location is perfect for exploring the Wye Valley from Synmonds Yat all the way down to Tintern Abbey. Equally easily, you can go off into the Forest of Dean with its trails, view points, lakes - for example, Cannop Ponds and Mallards Pike Lake - and places of interest like Clearwell Caves and Puzzlewood.

Other notes

There is no smoking in the Lodge and its grounds.

We are not able to accept pets.

This is a straightforward naturist stay with no added dimension to it.

Booking

All stays and visits must be booked using the Booking Form and, following this, a deposit has to be made using the Payment Button under the Booking Form. No stays or visits are accepted unless these conditions are fulfilled and no stay or visit is reserved until a deposit has been received.

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Atmosphere

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Time to recover, recharge and relax