Cool Cabins in the UK
It wouldn’t be autumn without planning an escape to a cosy, cool cabin, would it? Here at Wanderlist, we are lucky enough to work with owners of truly inspiring spaces, amongst which are some seriously cool cabins. From secluded spots in pine-cloaked forest clearings, to a perfect pod perched high up on the hills, we’ve got all the bases just about covered.
Luxury glamping at Hudnalls Hideout
Perfect for those who appreciate the finer things in life, Hudnalls Hideout is a stunning treehouse escape with indulgent interiors styled by Made.com. Featuring a bedroom with views of the beautiful branches and an outdoor bathtub beneath the stars, the treehouse sits in a stunning spot designed exclusively for 2 adults to enjoy. An ideal escape for those seeking solitude and romance by the bucketload, the treehouse is nestled within two-acres of private woodland and is devoid of all modern day distractions such as tech devices and TV.
Gaze out from your expansive deck and catch glimpses of tawny owls, or instead hole up atop the sumptuous sofa and perhaps hire a chef from the local Harts Barn Cookery School to rustle up something delicious in the well-equipped kitchen.
Perfect for the outdoorsy explorer, the treehouse sits within the Wye Valley AONB, where adrenaline-fuelled activities such as kayaking, paddleboarding and rafting are readily available.
Experience a unique retreat at the Cargo Cabin
A beautiful base for both exploring or relaxing, the Cargo Cabin is a craftily converted shipping container with wonderful views of the surrounding Clwydian Range. Situated in a stunning spot of North Wales, the cabin is well connected for all kinds of adventures including coastal jaunts along the Llyn Peninsula or a splash-out shopping trip in the Roman city of Chester.
With only curious cows and pretty ponies as neighbours, you’ll be able to relax and unwind in the outdoor bathtub and simply switch off from your everyday strains and stresses.
Admire the alpacas of Hush Hush Glamping
A blissful bolthole just for two, the pure peace and quiet of this serene spot in Mid Wales makes it obvious why the name Hush Hush was chosen. A luxurious glamping cabin equipped with all of the modern conveniences you could need, this perfect pod is an oasis of relaxation with sweeping views across the Radnorshire Hills.
Lovingly looked after by it’s owners, the pod sits on a working alpaca farm, where a friendly flock of furry mammals enjoy roving about. Beautifully clad with locally sourced timber, the pod features its own private outdoor area and delightful deck, allowing you to fill your boots with the wonderful Welsh air.
Escape to a luxury Treehouse at Squirrels Nest
A working sheep farm, Squirrels Nest is a truly unique retreat that is also home to some seriously high-end treehouses. Cadwollens, as it is affectionately called, is an indulgent escape with a stunning glass front and amazing interiors. Shutting out all distractions, the treehouse provides patchy phone signal (a great excuse to ignore those emails) and no TV to ensure that you stay ‘switched off’ for the duration of your break.
Stealing the show, the glorious copper bath is a sumptuous spot for soaking away any worries, and an outdoor hot tub is an inviting addition for a post-walk pamper.
Enjoy the charming countryside at Hergest Lee Cabin
Handsomely hand-built, this quirky cabin is based in wonderful Wales, within a short ramble of The Harp Inn at Old Radnor, which just happened to be voted Country Pub of the Year 2020. Completely clad in stunning timber, Hergest Lee features inspiring, eclectic interiors complete with a bathtub perched perfectly next to a panoramic window of stunning scenery.
Easily accommodating up to 5, the cabin boasts a beautiful double bedroom with a further mezzanine level and luxurious kitchen-come-lounge.
If you’d like to take a look at our complete collection of cool cabins in the UK, you can do so here.