About Forest Court
Forest Court is a Motel-Style accommodation in a modern courtyard setting, situated right in the heart of the National Forest.
The accommodation is located directly next the The Tap House Inn, a beautiful country pub full of charm and character. Guests can relax with a drink or dine in style at either Carvery of the A La Carte Restaurant.
Located near to Ashby-de-la-Zouch, Swadlincote and Burton-on-Trent, Forest Court is perfect for the business and leisure traveller and is only 4 miles from the A42.
Forest Court is open all year round. There is wheelchair access and disabled parking facilities as well as a children’s play area. Pets are also welcome by arrangement.
There is a whole host of things to see and do nearby, many of which are family-friendly and all weather, so whatever your reasons for visiting Forest Court, we are sure you will have a wonderful stay.
We look forward to welcoming you.
The National Forest
One of Britain's boldest environmental projects to create a new forest for the nation across 200 square miles. With over 100 family friendly attractions and hands-on activities, historic houses and industrial heritage attractions, the National Forest is packed with things to see and do - whatever the weather!
Maintained by The National Trust, Calke Abbey is a country house, park and garden where time has stood still. Calke Park is a National Nature Reserve set in over 600 acres.
Set in 50 acres of parkland, the zoo is home to 1000 or so animals, most of which are endangered species. It has a wonderful famous primate collection and is the only UK zoo to house 'our closest relative' - the Bonobo.
The award winning attraction at The Heart of the National Forest, a unique mix of indoor and outdoor experiences to keep you and your family engaged for hours.
Along with many different styles of race meetings, Donington Park also hosts the Midlands biggest Sunday Market with over 300 stalls, There is also the museum which boasts the largest collection of Grand Prix racing cars in the world.
If you feel like exploring a little further afield you will find such treasures and Chatsworth House, The Heights of Abraham, The Peak District National Park, Denby Pottery and much, much more!