Cely Woods

Cely Woods

With the sunset colouring the sky yellow and red, and the sound of rushing water beneath you, you'll feel totally relaxed as you watch the river flow by at Cely Woods in Essex.

Wondering why this place is called Cely Woods? It's named after the Cely family and it's no wonder they moved here when they bought the land in 1492 to escape the bubonic plague.

The stunning scenery of the streams and woodlands would invite anyone to live here forever.

Discover the magic of the cycle paths

Hear a calling to take a heart-pumping adventure in the woods?

The excellent road path for cycling will make the experience ten times better.

Power yourself along trails that take you weaving through giant trees and stunning scenery to reach your final destination.

Pump up your energy levels with tasty refreshments

After that exhilarating adventure, follow your nose as the smell of rich coffee leads you all the way to the Visitor Centre.

Bask in the sun's gorgeous rays as you take your snacks with you and enjoy a lovely walk through Belhus Woods Country Park via the safe crossing on Romford Road.

Or, if it's time to head home, perhaps you can sip at a hot cappuccino on your walk back to the free car parking area off Warwick Lane.

We can guarantee you'll be smiling after taking some time away from your screen and bonding with friends or family.

You'll notice that your face is glowing after you've invested time in yourself with the help of beautiful views and the wonderful fresh air.

A charming forest to revisit anytime, Cely Woods will be waiting for you with the birds singing to greet you.

2 Hunts Hill Cottages,
Aveley Road,
Essex,
GB
RM14 2TF

Free parking