A beautiful area and a very cleverly positioned tree cathedral - make sure you have you have your cameras!
If you're into your trees and plant life in general then it's worth a visit. Very pretty but not much to look at but some strategically planted trees and bushes. Use the car park to walk to dunstable Downs for a cuppa as its free to park. The road on your left as you come out of the tree cathedral... More
... And interesting but unexciting. Good place for a walk or picnic on a nice day. A little difficult to find. The entrance is off a crescent of houses. If you drive up to the village hall, you have missed it! IMO not really worth making a great effort unless you are into trees or looking for that quiet walk
I've visited the Tree Cathedral many times and always enjoy it. A perfect Church but with trees instead of walls. Maintained by the National Trust but free to visit, it's well worth popping in on your way to Whipsnade Zoo or Ashridge Forrest for some peaceful contemplation.
Lovely place to go and walk the dogs. Free car park and entry,its so peaceful just the birds singing. Great to take small children for a safe and interesting walk.
Lovely place to come for some peace and quiet. Wander around, enjoy the trees and recharge your mental batteries.
The kids love it there. We park up on Bison hill and follow the path to the Tree Cathederal. Great place for a picnic and games of hide and seek. Unfortunately the dog always manages to find the pond. Its really a place of outstanding beauty throughout the different seasons of the year.
At the risk of being judged a tad cretinous and philistine, I do love trees and proof is that i get through three transit loads most winters. Though this year has been so bitterly cold, unceasing deluges of rain poring down through dread dark,clouds the colour of a coal miners underpants,that I must have incinerated a complete tree cathedral myself.... More
Lovrly spot to relax an unexpected oasis in dunstable well worth a visit plan to spend at least an hour
It's a lovely place to visit it is laid out as a Medieval cathedral wou.d have been.It is in delightful countryside,the only negative is the car park which is very vunerable to theives I have seen broken glass on many occasions where cars have been broken into.It is best to park down the hill and walk back.
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