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The first book, Lion, Witch & The Wardrobe was written in 1949 by C. S Lewis! But that is not what you are after is it... 

Dogs are allowed. Witches are not. 

Plush, Dorset is approximately 2 hours and 30 minutes from London. We have parking near the cabin. We will email you the what3words location of where to park.

Take a train from London Waterloo to Dorchester South (2 hours 31 minutes)

We can arrange for a 20 minute taxi ride from Dorchester Station (£20) to collect you

Or start your adventure with a 40 minute cycle.

PS Dorchester is a beautiful town to have lunch at and explore 

Email us at for details on buying Narnia's wardrobe to escape to or cabins when ever you feel like it

100%. We have a cocker spaniel who loves chasing the butterflies!

Perfect for couples or two friends with a double bed. Our cabins have potential to sleep a little one as well on a blow up as the desk folds away.

You do not need to bring much. Our cabins provide the cooking essentials you would expect (including a stove top espresso & cafetiere), basic cooking ingredients (salt, pepper, olive oil and herbs), wood for the fire and eco-friendly soaps and shampoos. We suggest bringing food and the right equipment to enjoy the outdoors – waterproofs and proper footwear

We are 2 mins walks from a hamlet with a country pub and another local village provides plenty more pubs and a farm shop.

But other than that you are secluded in nature with numerous beautiful hikes along historic footpaths.

We run off solar and have hot water for those showers. Albeit a cold shower is also a perfect start to the day if your feeling brave.

The cabins are professionally cleaned and disinfected after every stay.  

Yes, you can.

Check out is at 12pm. Check in is at 4pm.

More than happy for you to park up if early and start exploring

Walking 1.5 miles through nature can increase your average sleep time by over an hour

Trees release natural oils called phytoncides. boost the activity of anti-cancer proteins, reduce stress-hormone levels, and negative feelings like anxiety, tension and anger

Nature contains Mycobacterium vaccae, harmless bacteria found in soil. It not only boosts immunity but exposure has a similar effect to antidepressants – it makes people happier!

Finland recommend that citizens get 5 hours a month, minimum, in nature, in order to stave off depression. This is evidence-based. They found that people need this time in order to preserve their mental health.

Increased creativity in 81% of participants from walking in nature

All top athletes prioritise recovery and improving their mental fitness to perform. Therefore, as professionals we should too, especially when studies find we are only productive for 2 hours 53 minutes a day.

One in ten of UK adults feel more productive when they are offline, rising to 15% for 18- to 34-year-olds; and 16% say they feel less distracted offline.

A poll by YouGov found that almost half of respondents screen-time has increased since the pandemic

The average user logs 2.15 hours a day on social media alone – up from 1.5 hours in 2012.

UK adults now spend a total of 25 hours a week online – up from 9 hours a week in 2005

UK adults spend an average of 8 hours 41 minutes a day on screens (more time than they are asleep).

UK children spend 6 1/2 hours a day on screens.

Two in five adults (40%) first look at their phone within five minutes of waking up, rising to 65% of those aged under 35.

62% of polled UK adults say they ‘hate’ how much time they spend on their phone.

More than two in five (43%) of UK adults admit to spending too much time online

There is a strong link between heavy internet use and depression, with heavy users 5x more likely to suffer from depression than non-heavy users

Almost half of the 18-34-year-olds said their social media feeds made them feel unattractive.

A study has shown that as mobile phone use increases, so does anxiety.

Staying off all social media for a week has been shown in a study to increase happiness.

Social media makes 7 million Brits ‘depressed’ looking at friends’ perfect lives

Human average attention spans have declined significantly in the 11 years since smartphones existed and are now lower than that of a goldfish.

As our tech habits deny our brains important downtime, our ability for deep-thinking and maintained focus is reducing.