The Cargo Cabin
The Cargo Cabin, North Wales
Feel yourself relax as you roll down the stony path to your own private paradise, a wooden-clad cabin with a beautifully boutique interior. Tucked away into the wilds of wonderful North Wales, this characterful converted shipping container sits in the midst of the Clwydian Range and offers up some truly striking scenery.
With only curious cows and a pretty shetland pony named Alma for company, the Cargo Cabin is based on a 150 acre working farm and is surrounded by whimsical wildflowers, it’s own private deck and lush green lawns. Stunning stems reach from milk-churn plant pots and the sun casts a honey-coloured haze on this enchanting escape, where an outdoor bathtub invites you to indulge in a delightful dip. (Extra bubbles optional…)
Inside The Cabin
Cleverly compact and convenient, the cabin still manages to offer an air of indulgence in its contemporary charm and generous windows with wonderful views. A stylish sofa transforms into a comfortable double bed, whilst a well-equipped kitchen ensures that you don’t have to stray far from the cabin for the duration of your stay should you wish.
Idyllic, ambient and bursting with rural romance, this handsome hideaway is designed for just the two of you. Enjoy al fresco dining at the timber table thanks to the provided BBQ before sitting out beneath the stars in the gorgeous glow of twinkling fairy lights. With every divine detail carefully thought out, there’s even a selection of herbs to use with your cooking (or cocktails!)
Located within a short rural ramble of the village of Cilcain with its very own White Horse Inn serving good grub and ales, the Cargo Cabin is perfectly placed, with the historic market town of Mold a mere few miles away, offering a Tesco, Lidl and Aldi where you can stock up on the essentials as well as experience the lovely local produce on offer twice a week.
Mold is also home to a handful of exciting eateries including the Fat Boar, the Olive Tree Deli and Y Delyn wine and tapas bar. Should you wish to venture over the border, the captivating city of Chester is also close by and is bursting with glamorous gastronomy and chic shopping.
If it’s an adrenaline fuelled adventure you’re after, the internationally acclaimed Snowdonia Adventure Parc is an easy drive away, and offers everything from surfing to the fastest zip line in the world.
Also easily accessed is the captivating coastline of North Wales with it’s scenic Llyn Peninsula and the Isle of Anglesey.
Best choice for…
Couples wanting a rural, romantic break within easy access of things to do.
Why it should be on your Wanderlist?
Because when else can you sleep in a converted shipping container?!