The enchanted forests are the homes of different fairies, boggarts and all manner of wild creatures. No wonder why these stories are for young children. As we grow u we realize that this is not true, but we still want to enter such an enchanted forest and meet all of those amazing creatures. Well no wonder why there is a natural magic in all those ancient forests on earth. So are you ready to enter the world of all fairy tales? Then prepare and enjoy these enchanted forests all located in the United Kingdom.
Lydford Gorge, Devon
Lydford Gorge is an ancient forest with many deep secrets. It has 9m spectacular waterfall that makes this forest enchanted.
It is said that in Longshaw there are the mythical goblin-like creatures, boggarts and children can go on hunting for them. Well in this enchanted forest they obviously can’t find them because as we know, goblins are turning into stones.
Alderley Edge, Cheshire
Enchanted forest often associated with tales of wizard who traveled with a farmer into the underworld.
Acorn Bank, Cumbria
The pixie houses found in the roots of the trees are just the beginnings of his enchanted forest.
Ashridge Estate, Hertfordshire
Enchanted forest with many flowers and animals. Home of rare breeds of deer, bats and songbirds, a perfect place to lose yourself in the world of fairy tales.
Ullswater is an ancient woodland and there is a tumbling 20 m waterfall called Aira force.
Image by Ian Hex via Flickr
Hatfield Forest, Essex
This ancient forest is filled with ancient trees that some are 1200 years old. They are living sculptures in this enchanted forest.
The Ankerwycke yew is thought to be the oldest tree. It is at 2000 years old and it is enchanted. Beside the tree, the whole forest is enchanted with many amazing landscapes and places to live the magic.
Dinefwr is the only designated National Nature Reserve in Wales. It is a home to some of the oldest trees in UK. This area is linked to the King Arthur and his magician Merlin and the legends about the red dragon of Wales.
Shervage Wood, Quantock Hills, Somerset
This enchanted forest is suited on the western side of Quantock Hills. Once it was home to the fire-breathing dragon called Gurt Worm. The story says that the dragon was defeated and cut into two haves.