Wayford Woods in Crewkerne, Somerset, have issued an appeal to fairy house builders to tone it down, after more than a 100 fairy doors appeared.
The woods, now known as the 'Fairy Woods', have been delighting children for the past few years, after the first little door appeared at the bottom of a tree.
Families have flocked to the enchanted woods to see the doors of the homes of the fairies and leave little messages but there are now concerns about the damage to the woodland area these human visitors are creating.
A group of volunteer trustees is appealing for people not to screw any more doors directly to trees and to avoid over-decorating. Trustee Steve Acremen told the BBC:
His wife Gillian told the Independent not everyone is happy to see the fairy doors - particularly those decorated with tacky pink tinsel. The mess created by the notes left by children to the fairies was also of concern, she said.
Fellow Trustee Andrew Hutchings stressed that fairies and interested families are still very welcome to visit, but urged the visitors to tread lightly, and consider how the shy creatures would react to their garish doors.
He also said the builders of the doors remain a mystery.