A romantic, off-grid lodge in the magical Hampshire woods complete with private glamping facilities and spellbinding vistas...
Please note: minimum stay for this property is: 2 nights low season & 3 nights high season
Coppicer’s Lodge is an enchanting off-the-grid cabin that is tucked away in the heart of a magical woodland setting. Surrounded by ancient oaks and chestnuts and wild bluebell meadows, it is a whimsical place for a storybook adventure. Enjoy peaceful picnics by the river or dreamy star-lit nights and you’ll feel yourself fall in love with this fairy-tale glampsite.
The hand-crafted wooden lodge is in the beautiful South Downs National Park and is part of the magnificent 450 acre private Adhurst Estate. With its own 100 acre woods beside the meandering River Rother, it has a spellbinding location with plenty of home comforts.
Its large double bed is topped with a sumptuous duvet, while twinkling fairy lights hang above the vintage furniture. A wood burning stove keeps the cabin cosy and warm along with the antique kelim rugs and sheepskin and goatskin throws. If you want to bring the kids then there are also two single pull-out camp beds and two single futons on the deck above making it a fun family retreat for six or a secret lovers’ hideout.
Outside the lodge you have your own verandah kitchen with two gas hobs and hot and cold running water. Here you can fill up your storm kettle or light your own camp fire, before cooking your morning breakfast or delicious evening feast. Dutch ovens, a tripod system, cast iron cookware, storm kettles are provided as is all crockery utensils and cutlery of course.
Next door to the lodge you’ll find your own long-drop composting toilet that is a luxury alternative to crouching behind the bushes. Complete with its own toilet seat and quality toilet roll, it is an eco-friendly treat in the depths of the wilderness. A private open-air shower is also hidden amongst the trees and boasts lashings of hot water and views up into the canopy. For those of you who aren’t ready to fully embrace the glamping experience then there’s even a modern wet room back by the car park.
The surrounding woods have something for everyone, including hearty walks, wonderful wildlife and exciting outdoor activities. Nature-lovers can admire the rich tapestry of fauna and flora (including the resident otter) , while thrill-seekers can head out for the treetop zip wire and rope swing. Bush craft sessions, bird watching and fly-fishing can all be arranged on request. The local villages of Steep and Sheet can also be found within walking distance and are home to quaint, local pubs and delicious, home-cooked foods.
Tennis, bushcraft, birdwatching tours, fly-fishing and fly-fishing instruction, rope swings and zip wire are all on-site at Adhurst
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