Handcrafted log cabin with a wood fired hot tub set in the Herefordshire countryside, perfect for a quiet couple’s escape.
Please note that the minimum stay for this property is 2 nights
Passivhaus / airtight construction
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Natural materials replacing modern ones (straw bales, wool insulation)Learn more
Chlorine-free hot tub
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Recycling of all recyclable waste
This delightful, handcrafted log cabin provides cosy accommodation for two in a beautiful location. Set on the border between Herefordshire and Worcestershire, there are stunning views over the rolling countryside. Sit out on your private patio area and soak it all up or perhaps enjoy the view from the comfort of your wood fired hot tub. Go for long walks, stopping off at the local pub along the way, or book yourselves in for some riding lessons and explore the area on horseback. The cabin is located at the Tipton Hall Riding School which offers lessons and hacks for everyone from complete beginners to experienced riders.
Step inside and you’ll find yourself in an open plan living area that feels bright and spacious during the day thanks to large windows and patio doors that help you make the most of that fantastic view. In the evenings, soft lighting and the warm tones of the timber create a cosy hideaway where you can snuggle up with a glass of wine in front of the smart TV. To one side of the space, you’ll find a well equipped kitchen with everything you’ll need to rustle up a hearty dinner after a long walk in the countryside. To the other side, there’s a big squishy sofa to sink into, the perfect spot for a game of cards after dinner or for a movie night.
The bedroom is tucked away at the back of the cabin featuring a luxurious king size bed and plenty of charming handmade features, such as the bedside tables and the wardrobe. There’s also an ensuite with a shower and fluffy towels waiting for you and central heating throughout the cabin to keep you cosy at any time of the year.
On sunny days, open up the patio doors onto your private terrace and extend your living space outdoors. There’s a covered area to provide a bit of shade and some seating, making this a great spot to sip a cup of coffee in the morning or a cocktail before dinner as you take in the scenery. Fire up the hot tub and rest any aching legs after a long walk or ride through the countryside. There’s also a fire pit that doubles as a BBQ so you can cook outdoors and stay out late into the evening watching the sunset and doing a bit of stargazing.
There’s plenty of exploring to be done in the area with long walks along the River Frome, across the Bromyard Downs or even over the Malvern Hills. Book yourself in for a riding lesson or a hack through the countryside to see it all from horseback. The bustling market town of Bromyard is less than five miles away where you’ll find independent shops, galleries and a few good pubs. For a bit of culture visit Brockhampton, a medieval manor house, head to the cathedral city of Worcester or visit Hereford where you’ll find some great dining options.
Low season from £190 per night, with Fridays and Saturdays at £200 per night. 1st November to 31st March excluding Christmas and New Year and Easter.
Mid season from £210 per night, with Fridays and Saturdays at £220 per night. 1st April to 30th June excluding Easter. 15th September to 31st March.
High season from £250 per night, with Friday and Saturdays, Christmas Eve, Christmas day, Boxing day and New Years Eve at £260 per night. 1st July to 14th September, Christmas and Easter
30% discount for 7 night and above stays.
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