Off-grid cabin escape 2.5 hours from LondonVIEW DATES
Our handcrafted off-grid cabin blends in with the peaceful and serene scenery for a true escape. Plush, Dorset is situated 2.5 hours from London (train & car), in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, where the hustle and bustle of life dissipates as you enter its quintessentially thatched English village pub and the expansive green land bursting with wildlife and cows. The organic farm has been home to historic moments with battles being fought over Nettlecombe Tout Hill Fort in the Iron Ages (1,200-600 BC) or traders being robbed along a complex motorway junction called the Dorset Gap. Each cabin includes everything you need; a wood fire inside, a fire pit, grilling gate, an outdoor picnic table and chairs. We are dog friendly
Rediscover time without deadline or distraction. Feel emersed in nature with our large glass windows providing expansive views of the wild valley making breakfast in bed a necessity. The view is perfect to wake up slowly whilst throwing some yoga shapes and enjoying a coffee.
Explore ancient footpaths with amazing views and historic Hillforts in an area of outstanding national beauty. Find quaint villages with quintessential country pubs or settle down to cook S'mores over a wood fire, drink rose until the sunset and play games around the fire.
Our off-grid, sustainable cabin is powered by nature physically and figuratively. Just bring food to enjoy the peaceful natural surroundings like a true chilled-out explorer. Read a book, journal your thoughts and meditate as your well-being is restored and recharged to tackle your next adventure
Gas Hobs & Cooking Equipment
Card & Board Games
Starter Food Pack
Fire pit & wood
The Robin Hood esq, Dorset Gap, is a complex motorway junction but dating from another age. Five paths have been carved into the hills over years of bringing cattle & carts to meet at one spot. Join history and write your name in a book that has been there since 1972
The 20 acre Hill Fort was built in Iron Ages (1,200 - 600 BC) to protect. Lidar data shown below for you to experience in real life
The local village, Sturminster Newton, has great spots to go wild swimming along the River Stour
Britain’s largest chalk figure probably first created in late Saxon period (10th-11th Century). People have speculated a depiction of the legendary demi-god Hercules, an ancient fertility symbol, or even the soldier and statesman Oliver Cromwell? Another theory holds that the figure was carved around the body of a giant who was slain by local people after he terrorised the countryside
The local Brace of Pheasants Pub won Dorset dining pub of the year 2017. It serves fantastic, home cooked local produce