Note: Unfortunately Wrangle's Den is unable to accept dogs due to livestock & wildlife on the Farm.
Set near a small copse of trees at the edge of a farm, Wrangler’s Den looks out over fields of open pasture to Robin Hood’s Sherwood Forest. With a resident herd of deer that wander across the fields and around the farm, buzzards overhead and badgers, there’s plenty of wildlife to look out for.
The name and ranch theme is inspired by owners Charlie and Caroline - check out our 'meet the owners' tab to find out why! One thing a ranch would have is space and inside or out, there’s heaps of room here. Inside you can cosy up on the sumptuous sofa, enjoy suppers around the dining table, or simply watch flames curling around logs on the fire. Outside, the porch is a great spot for relaxing with a drink and taking in the views of the forest. In the evenings, sitting around the campfire we can imagine what tales were told around the campfires of the men of the forest, back in Robin Hood’s day.
If you’re a guest at one of the weddings held at the exclusive tipi venue here, you won’t have too far to travel home afterwards, as the Den is a short walk away.
Location & Directions
Meet the Hosts
Owners Charlie & Caroline spent many years living in a ranching area in the Rocky Mountains of Alberta, Canada. Now based in the UK they wanted to recreate a taste of ranch lifestyle here at Sherwood Forest, and head up the team who look after Wrangler’s Den and the wedding tipis.
Set in the beautiful Dukeries area with easy access to Rufford Abbey and Country Park, Thoresby and Clumber Parks. There are local food producers.
Activities: Sherwood Pines for cycling, bushcraft and walking.