A luxurious, country cabin surrounded by rolling Herefordshire countryside, with an outdoor hot tub and its own romantic charm
Please note: minimum stay for this property is: 2 nights low season & 3 nights high season
Perfect for lovers of the great outdoors, Mosaic Cabin is set among the rolling Herefordshire hills and offers couples the perfect rural retreat. With lovely views of the surrounding countryside, and a warm, wood-fired hot tub out on your own private deck, this charming cabin is the perfect place to relax and unwind. Guests also can sit on the deck and enjoy a glass of bubbly and some gooey marshmallows cooked over the open fire pit, before retreating for a great night’s sleep in the super comfy king sized bed.
The contemporary wood cabin is on the edge of a peaceful, farmland orchard in the North Herefordshire countryside. With a rugged, natural backdrop and a modern, studio design, it is a country hideout with a chic, natural style. Expect heated oak floorboards and vaulted beamed rafters, beside massive glass panes and twinkling fairy lighting.
The L-shaped studio is spacious and light and flows from a king-size bedroom to a comfy lounge and kitchen area. Enjoy a lovely morning in your comfy bed, before throwing open the patio doors and sipping coffee on the deck. Cook in the large farmhouse kitchen with its butcher’s block worktops, breakfasting at the table and relaxing on the sumptuous leather sofas.
There’s piles of books and games for cosying up indoors, along with an antique piano and a bluetooth DAB radio. Order homecooked dishes to be delivered to your door, or freshly-packed hampers with all you could ask for and more. A deluxe, en-suite bathroom completes the cabin, and is finished with warm, fluffy robes and super-soft towels.
Spend romantic days wandering the secluded Herefordshire countryside, swimming in the wild, natural rivers and riding on horseback through the hills. There’s local activity centres where you can try quad biking and canoeing, along with endless footpaths for country adventures. Discover ancient hill forts and beautiful, crumbling castles, or stately homes, cider mills and the magnificent Elan Valley. Leominster and Hay-on-Wye are also well worth a visit, with their quirky, antique shops and vintage bookstores.
If you want to share your hideout with family and friends then you can even invite them to pitch-up in the neighbouring field. They’ll have access to a composting loo and a fresh water tap and can join you around the large dining table for dinner, or for a dip in the hot tub as the sun goes down.
Two night weekend stays include a Sunday late check-out
Be The First To Leave A Review
Have you stayed here?Leave a review
You may also like
You may also like
Mosaic Cabin features in these posts