A “cabin” in the glamping world is not just your run-of-the-mill, taxidermy-filled wooden bungalow or pre-fab Lincoln Log shelter. Take the Tent Cabin, for example. Solid timber walls and flooring provide a barrier between you and the elements, but the ceiling is a whole different story. The taught canvas roofing allows the sounds of the wild to seep in and the light of day to cast a warm, golden hue on the cozy and rustic interior. The Nature Cabin is something more altogether. It is a one-of-a-kind, purely wooden accommodation set in the most beautiful of natural landscapes. The inner sanctuary of a Nature Cabin can be anything from chic and refined to crazily eclectic – a wonderland of handcrafted furniture, crackling fireplaces, fresh and modern wash rooms, and soft, colorful fabrics. In the end, a “cabin” in the glamping world has a single purpose: to provide an exceptional space within a wooden shell that melts effortlessly into its surrounding natural environment.