Canopy & Stars | Top 10 Cosy Cabins

Canopy & Stars | Top 10 Cosy Cabins

With autumn well and truly here, our thoughts have turned to slowly cooked casseroles on the campfire, kicking our way through heaps of crimson leaves and curling up with a good book by the wood burner. Glamping might not be the first thing on your agenda once the dark nights set in but actually, a king-size bed in a cosy cabin is made even cosier after a long, brisk hike – as long as you’ve got the wood burner going that is! So here are 10 of our favourites – Canopy & Stars’ perfect places to celebrate everything we love about autumn.

Caban Cader – Powys

Whether you’re exploring the great outdoors on the saddle of a mountain bike or on the back of a surfboard, Caban Cader is a cosy and comfy base to come back to. With floorboards reclaimed from the old BBC studios and a collection of treasures adorning the walls, you’ll never want to leave.

Caban Cader – Powys
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The Bird Box – Devon

This self-contained, compact and bijou wooden ‘Bird Box’ is nestled in the bank at the bottom of 129 Honeyside Down’s wild wooded garden. Featuring chunky log stairs, solid wood benches, rustic table and even a cedarwood hot tub, the thoughtful features will delight the most stylish glamper.

The Bird Box – Devon
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Cwt Gwyrdd –Pembrokeshire

Hidden in the trees and filled with warm Welsh blankets, retreat to your king-size bed in Cwt Gwyrdd after a day exploring the Preseli Mountains. With upcycled benches to perch on around the campfire, you can eat Owner Tim’s catch of the day for dinner (he’s a lobster fisherman!) and can have your pick of the vegetable garden too.

Cwt Gwyrdd –Pembrokeshire
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Jake’s Place – Devon

A cabin filled with handmade or upcycled treasures, Jake’s Place is a wonderful base to partake in lots of autumnal exploration. Walk along blustery coastal paths, take the steam train to Agatha Christie’s house or give a helping hand with the animals on the farm before cooking supper on the campfire at the bottom of the garden and having a long, hot soak in the bath tub big enough for two.

Jake’s Place – Devon
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Dimpsey – Somerset

Sweetly named after a West Country word for the dreamy half-light that comes at twilight or dusk, Dimpsey was designed by local artisans and host Emma festooned it with cosy yesteryear treasures and vintage pieces. Light the wood burner then lounge on the daybed and listen to the owls, or retreat to the comfy double bed with a pot of tea, a book and a plate stacked high with buttered toast.

Dimpsey – Somerset
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The Oak House – Bath & NE Somerset

The Oak House is the ultimate in recycling – featuring a roof made from reclaimed Cornish slate and a floor laid with refurbished scaffold planks! With breath taking views to the Severn Bridge and 17 acres of woodland to explore, come back and enjoy a glass of wine on the octagonal deck before retreating to your king-size bed crafted from a fallen tree by Owner Jane.

The Oak House – Bath & NE Somerset
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