We have stayed here for the last two years with our children aged 2 and 9. The first time we stayed in a golden oak, cabin 6 and had a great time. I would advise you pick your cabin number as well as silver or golden status as the location of where your cabin is on the site will determine your level of privacy.
This year we booked a silver cabin as the only difference is you don't get towels or a wii. Some silver cabins have log burners so it would be worth phoning the site to double check and save a substantial amount of money.
We arrived at site to find the cabin had been refurbished and was not ready. We where offered the choice of sharing our holiday home with work men or we could be upgraded to a golden cabin. We obviously took the upgrade . We woke the next morning to the sound of trucks drills and a lot of banging. In day light we could see all of the surrounding cabins where being refurbished. We had travelled over 300miles to stay on a building site. I could of cried!
We had to pack up and moved to another cabin which was on the other side of the side of the site. We packed and unpacked again and then found work men where starting in the cabin next door. I gave up on the thought of a relaxing family forest holiday.
The staff here are lovely and clearly felt sorry for us and embarrassed by the situation so much so that we have been offered a full refund.
The surrounding area is amazing, so much to see and do for adults and kids whatever the weather. Be prepared to spend a lot though! My advice would be ring the site befor you book. Check if there is any worked planned on site and also the specifics of your cabin.