Cozy Cabin Rental near Yeovil, Ideal for a Couples Holiday in DorsetDorset, England (United Kingdom)
Cozy Cabin Rental near Yeovil, Ideal for a Couples Holiday in Dorset
"I very much enjoyed my stay here in the Eco Cabin . It’s the perfect place to rest and relax. The owner was a very good communicator and check in was…"
Wood cabin for a romantic retreat near Yeovil
Situated in an Area of Outstanding Natural beauty, on an organic dairy farm, the hustle and bustle of life dissipate as you enter Plush with its quintessentially thatched English village pub, beautiful church dating 1848, and the expansive wild landscape bursting with wildlife and cows.
Each handmade & sustainable off-grid wooden cabin is designed through the lens of a chilled-out explorer with a big heart and local roots, to reveal not only the landscapes and historical nuances of our natural environment, but the deep connection we have for the ones we care about when we escape.
The large glass windows with expansive views of the wild valley make breakfast in bed a necessity but the rest is a blank page for you to write in nature.
- 1 Double bed
- Private Barbecue
- Hot water
- Private Kitchen
- Linens and pillows
The Cabins are professionally cleaned after every stay
- Response rate: 100%
1 accommodation in Glamping Hub
Check-in: From 04:00 PM
Check out: 12:00 PM
Infants allowed Under 2 years old
Children allowed 2-12 years old
Pets allowed additional charge
- Events allowed
Open fires allowed
We allow you to find tranquillity in nature so that you can find moments to recharge and reconnect.
Be kind to the environment and take care of the surroundings.
Location and surroundings
Dorset, England (United Kingdom)
Detailed location provided after booking
- Prairie, meadow or plain
- Wildlife watching
Walk the Dorset Gap (2 miles away) - 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 Iron Age Nettlecombe Tout Hill Fort (1 mile away) - 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
Picture Perfect Local Pub - The local Brace of Pheasants Pub won Dorset dining pub of the year 2017. It serves fantastic, home cooked local produce
Find Goliath at Cerne Abbas (4 miles) - 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
Explore Tyneham Village - The ghost village of Tyneham, known as Dorset’s ‘lost’ village. Evacuated in 1943 during WWII and deserted ever since (it was needed for military training after the war ended). Original buildings are pretty derelict but you can imagine what it would have been like to live there