Woodbug Cabin is made entirely of wood and is located on a broad ledge of land in the heart of a mature, ancient woodland on a private estate. The cabin has been carefully positioned on a quiet, private plot with a direct, uninterrupted outlook into the ancient woodland from all windows.
There are other cabins on the estate but the nearest neighbours are similarly tucked into plots on different levels and hidden through the trees, so there’s a real feeling of being truly out in the woods….in fact, sit on the sofa and look out of the French doors onto nothing but trees and sky!
The cabin is south facing and has the advantage of private grounds with several perfect spots to sit out at any time of day or evening and catch the rays. Table, chairs and seat pads are provided but beware you may be joined by feathered or furry friends if you keep too quiet for too long!
The rest of the plot is purposely left to natural woodland, wild plants and flowers – if you visit in Autumn you’ll get a vast crop of blackberries right on your doorstep!
There is a Private Parking area for 2 vehicles directly adjacent to the cabin
This Lake District Holiday Accommodation is perfectly located just 10 minutes on foot to the beautiful waterfalls at Skelwith Bridge, the bustling cafe and shop at Chesters and ‘hungry hikers’ pub food at the hotel.
Under an hour’s walk on the Loughrigg bridleway brings you to the bustling heart of Ambleside village and all the local amenities, or a 45 minute stroll along the river takes you to picturesque Elterwater and the Britannia and Wainwrights Inns.
All the facilities of the wonderful villages of Ambleside, Grasmere, Hawkshead and Coniston are each within 10 minutes drive (or an hour or so’s walk) of the cabin, all in different directions so we truly are in the middle of it all!
The cabin is located right at the entrance to the spectacular Langdale Valley, which is unrivalled for natural beauty, breathtaking mountains and views and some of the finest hill walking opportunities in the Lakes. A half hour stroll up the river brings you to the chocolate box village of Elterwater with its’ great pubs and cafe, and a longer walk or a short few miles drive up the valley brings you to the infamous Dungeon Ghyll and the Langdale Pikes themselves. From here the experienced walker can hike over Stake Pass to Borrowdale or conquer Scafell Pike, the tallest mountain in England.
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