Ticehurst, East Sussex
This luxurious woodland cabin brings a glamping vibe to the woods of East Sussex, complete with wood burner, dining terrace and gorgeous hot tub.
Please note that the minimum stay for this property is 2 nights
Willow the Wisp Cabin is owned and managed by Stephen Jones.
If you’re after a spot of seclusion, while keeping things cosy and comfortable, the Willow the Wisp Cabin is for you. Ideally suited to a couple or solo traveller, this lovely hideaway is tucked away in five acres of woodland near Ticehurst – a charming village in East Sussex.
Not far from the Kentish border, the cabin’s location is ideal for walks in the woods, to quaint village pubs and around nearby Bewl Water. Around 20 minutes’ drive from Tunbridge Wells, Willow the Wisp Cabin offers some special extras that many a woodland hut wouldn’t – a fantastic Naked Flame hot tub right outside is a true luxury, and perfect for a candlelit soak together – and you’ll be kept warm by the wood-burner too.
The terrace area also includes a table and chairs for dining, and additional seating. After a long walk in the woods nearby, it’s lovely to just sit and appreciate the natural beauty of the setting, with only the wildlife for company.
Inside, the cabin packs a lot into a cosy space, with a romantic double bed at the centre. Underbed storage and bookshelves give you more space for your things, and a compact kitchenette provides some essentials, including a sink, kettle and toaster. You also have a 24-inch TV.
The cabin also features a separate bathroom with a shower and flushing toilet. And, as a Wi-Fi-free zone, it’s the right place to head if you want to disconnect from the digital world for a few days.
The beautiful Bewl Water reservoir is just a short walk from your door, as are several inviting country pubs in Ticehurst. Deep in the heart of the High Weald Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, you have some of the south east’s most stunning scenery stretching for miles in all directions. Among the area’s best-loved sights are Scotney Castle, Bodiam Castle and Bedgebury Pinetum, while to the south, the coastal town of Rye is both pretty and culturally interesting, known for its artistic and literary connections.
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