Off the grid cabin experience, close to nature, a truly great getaway from our techy world.
The cabin sleeps up to 4, (a fifth can sleep on a camping mattress), It has its own woodburner, a double bed and two singles, great views across the countryside and hills.
Set on the edge of the field, the sunniest spot on the site. Over the last couple of years this unique cabin, once a drumming studio, has been refurbished, with new cladding, lots of work, including a large new porch area to sit and look at the views, or cook undercover.
The log cabin is very well insulated so warm in winter and cool in summer, it has been re clad with local timber and the recycled furniture is high quality and comfortable (apart from new high grade mattresses). There’s a three piece cottage suite to sit and relax being warmed by the log fire. Also a solar pv lighting system so off the grid means you are not left in the dark…It now has a separate kitchen area to prep and keep all your food, but as your on holiday you can always order a takeaway, Indian, kebab or pizza?
The cabin overlooks the Preselli Mountains which over to the West join the sea and the famous Pembrokeshire coast. There’s not only unspoilt countryside or beaches for walking or just enjoying, there’s lots to do including dolphin and seal spotting, horse riding, coasteering, or just mooching around local towns including the historic Cardigan market town and Castle.
North Lodges, cabin in the old orchard, its own private space. Off the grid cabin experience, a great holiday retreat, after exploring the beautiful North Pembrokeshire area come back for a warm and relaxing night.
The cabin sleeps up to 4, (a fifth can sleep on a camping mattress), It has its own woodburner, a double bed and daybed that extends for a double/two singles, great views across the countryside and the Preseli Mountains.
Following on from the success of Preseli Cabin, the damson cabin idea started with the great winds of 2013/14 when one of the only remaining trees in the orchard a damson tree was felled by the wind, why not put a cabin in its place? Since its erection in early February 2014, this ex display rather tired leaky cabin has been lovingly restored and weatherproofed, using local or sustainable products and furniture, including a beautiful vintage bed. Decorated with colours reflecting calm and relaxation, out of the two cabins it has been described by visitors as the more romantic. But it also lends itself to groups with the non campers staying in the cabin whilst their camping friends pitch up in the orchard.
The cabin also has a firepit and its own kitchen for food preparation and cooking undercover.
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