Nine get muddy in Puzzlewood

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  1. Love that photo of the girls snoring away. Mine did exactly the same after our muddy day! Let’s do it again soon! K

  2. We went to Peppa Pig World last year and I spotted a leaflet for Puzzlewood, sadly we didn’t have enough time to go but the kids would have loved it! Looks like you had a wonderful day :0)

  3. Oh now I want to go there! We’ve been saying we should visit the Forest of Dean for a few days, so now I have more to add to that agenda! x

    • stoppingattwo says:

      You have to – it is AMAZING!! So many gorgeous places to visit in the Forest of Dean though – sculpture trail at Beechenhurst Lodge is worth doing.

  4. Coombe Mill says:

    It looks like you all had a great time exploring the magical Puzzlewood. I always think it looks so mystical when I see posts of it, all the kids look like they’re really enjoying their time together getting as muddy as they possibly could. It’s great that Emily was big enough to walk this time, even if it made the walk a bit more on-edge for you. Thanks for linking up with Country Kids.

  5. I love these reviews Karen, I so want to visit puzzled it looks amazing, I think we will try to visit when we are that way at a Q Hotel xx

  6. This wood really does look amazing. I will have to find out where it is as I have never heard of it before. I’m glad the girls enjoyed the Easter Egg hunt x

  7. This looks such a great place – I hadn’t heard of it before but love the atmosphere of being almost lost in the woods. #countrykids

  8. Awww lovely place! Love those quirky bridges! #countrykids

  9. What a fab place, it does look magical xx

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