The Danish Cabin located in Trebarwith Strand, Cornwall, has movable walls that slide up so you can enjoy the natural surrounding views. This off-grid cabin building has a real back-to-nature feel, so you can put away your phone and enjoy the beautiful surroundings. You'll want to take advantage of the moveable walls, slide them up and take in the natural views. Order in some breakfast and you can start your day, or use the onsite kitchen to cook your breakfast. The surrounding area of the cabin is great for getting active, so you might try some adventure sports on the land or sea, then return to the cabin for a drink at the onsite bar. Guests at the cabin building also have access to the outdoor hot tub located on the site.
The cabin building is located on the north Cornwall coast, with Port Isaac, Tintagel, and Padstow being within easy reach. The cabin building sleeps six between two bunk beds and two fold out beds. The cabin building sits on wooden stilts and is accessible via a ladder, and is high enough to enjoy the lovely view over the trees. With its clever engineering, the cabin building features folding walls that easily slide up to allow the outdoors in. The Danish cabin building is Scandinavian style and makes efficient use of space, with most everything you need and what you don’t have in the cabin building you can usually find on the site. Features include a bar and a kitchen and a fire pit for barbecues. There are also toilets and showers.
To get into the cabin building you use a ladder, and once you enter you will come upon a seating area and storage, along with two bunk beds on the mezzanine level, with all of your bedding and towels are supplied too. You can enjoy the scenic views, by folding away the walls to the cabin which offer you a look at the Cornish countryside. There’s plenty to enjoy with breakfast packages available to order, which is a good way to start the day. At the end of the day, you might enjoy the onsite hot tub. Activities you might enjoy while staying at the cabin include yoga, summer schools, Sunday socials, cycling, swimming, and rock climbing.
The cabin building location is great with plenty of sights to enjoy. Tintagel is only a couple of miles away, the castle, toy museum and plenty of rugged scenery. If you go north, you can enjoy Boscastle which is home to the Museum of Witchcraft, and to the south, there is Port Isaac who is the star of Poldark, Saving Grace, Doc Martin, and other television shows or movies. It’s around 20 miles to Padstow, with some great restaurants to enjoy many of which are owned by Rick Stein, and it should only take about an hour to drive to many of the scenic spots on the opposite coast. Fowey, St Austell, Mevagissey and more close to your The Danish cabin building.
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