Cosy Cabins Cornwall
Log cabin | 1 bedrooms | sleeps 4
"A honeymoon in the cabin made us re-evaluate & we know we want that lifestyle full time at some point..." James Stewart via Face-book
At Cosy Cabins we offer sustainable off-grid holidays set in one of the most picturesque parts of Cornwall.
Our bespoke hand-crafted cabin, perched right on the edge of Bodmin Moor, provides a perfect base for exploring the surrounding area. Equipped with its own gas stove, a log burner, mobile phone charger power socket, hot shower and a composting toilet, it offers all the creature comforts without the environmental footprint. Other features include solar-powered radio/music system for you to listen to your ipod and LED lighting throughout the cabin. We have also included a cool box so you can store milk and other products that need to be kept cool.
With river Lynher murmuring gently at the bottom of the field and mature woodland providing welcome shade, there is no better place to spend a hot summer day. In winter a short break in the cabin If walking is your passion, why not explore nearby Bodmin Moor in search of Neolithic structures like Nine Stone Circle and Fox Tor or simply enjoying the breath-taking vistas.
Nature enthusiasts will find an abundance of wildlife in the area. River Lynher supports a number of fish species, primarily brown trout and salmon. Bodmin Moor is home to wild ponies, with Roe Deer and badgers often sighted on or around the edge of the Moor. The Buzzard is perhaps the most evocative bird seen on Bodmin Moor.
Book your holidays now and enjoy a relaxing stay at our Cosy Cabin!
Cabin sleeps 2 adults and 2 children.
|Size||Sleeps up to 4, 1 bedrooms|
|Nearest beach||Trebarwith Strand Beach, Tintagel, PL34 0AX 24 km|
|Will consider||Short breaks (1-4 days)|
|Nearest Amenities||2.5 km|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Newquay Airport 33 km, Nearest railway: Liskeard 23 km|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages|
|Notes||Pets welcome, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|Rooms||1 bedroom, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Shower rooms|
|Furniture||1 Sofa beds, Single beds (2), Double beds (1), Dining seats for 4, Lounge seats for 4|
|Outdoors||Private garden, BBQ|
The West Country region
The captivating wilderness of Bodmin Moor with its panorama of big skies will keep visitors busy. Explore the fascinating prehistoric remains, great walking trails with more than their fair share of local legends.
First farmed over 4000 years ago by bronze age settlers Bodmin Moor is of one the last great unspoilt areas in the South West and much of its prehistoric and medieval past remains untouched by the passing of the centuries.
The Moor is dominated by dramatic granite tors which tower over the sweeping expanses of open moorland. Marshes and bogs on the high moor drain into shallow moorland valleys before the rivers cross onto softer shales around the Moor and carve themselves deep river valleys, providing shelter for rich, damp oak woodland.
Guest reviewsPowered by TripAdvisor
Guest reviews Powered by TripAdvisor
- 5 star
- 4 star
- 3 star
- 2 star
- 1 star
7 Aug 2013
"Chilled out haven, perfect couples getaway and ideally situated to explore Cornwall"
Was a lovely place to stay, the cabin was very clean and comfortable. I was surprised how effective the solar power generation and storage was and there was plenty of hot water for a well deserved shower after a day exploring Cornwall. Tom (the owner) contacted us before our stay giving us directions to the cabin, and was very friendly and couldn't do enough for us.
The cabins surroundings were amazing! was perfect for an evening chilling out with a few beers and BBQ in a tranquil green space.
Would defiantly visit again.
31 Jul 2013
"If you want peace and quiet with good facilities - you've found it!"
Simon, Sarah and our young daughter Millie just got back from a weeks break at "cosy cabin", and thought we'd better just say it was worth it! We we're going camping but saw this on offer and thought why not. It was better than camping! The localtion is in the middle of no where. All you can hear is the river, the Jays squawking and the occasional sheep. The facilites were good with hot water, shower, barbeque and with the bonus of a small wood burning stove to warm the July nights. Currently there's no fridge at the cabin or any mains power but we used the river to chill things and charged the phones & ipad from the car. Good idea to take wellies for the walk from your car through the grass to the cabin knowing what our summers are like. Tom the owner couldn't of been a better host making sure all our needs were met and all the locals we came across were really friendly and made us welcome too. We had a good time at cosy cabin, which could only be improved by better weather, but hey we live in England!
8 Jul 2013
"Ideal for children - our girls were absolutely thrilled!"
My partner and I took my 11-year old sister and her school-friend to the Cosy Cabin for a weekend break. We paid by online transfer, and received an email confirmation from Thomas the same day. He also provided us with detailed instructions on how to get there, so finding the field wasn't a problem. My first advise is - don't try driving right up to the cabin (which is right at the bottom of the field) unless you car is a 4x4. There are few rocks scattered about the field and you really are better off leaving the car at the top of the field and carrying your stuff with you as it is only a short walk. The cabin is quite small but - well - cosy! There is a double-bed which converts into two seats by the window which overlooks a meadow. There are bunk beds for kids. The top one folds away, and the bottom one becomes two chairs and a table. The girls mastered the art of folding the beds and did the beds themselves every time. The wood burner heats up the cabin quick, but you have to keep feeding the fire. Thankfully the wood is in plentiful supply. There is storage under every seat for your blankets, pillows and bags. The kitchen has 4 of plates, bowls and mugs, a couple pots and pans, knives, forks and spoons and a kettle. There is plenty to do in the area. On the first day we drove to the Tintagel Castle, which is just about 40 minutes drive. It's only 15.30 for a family ticket and it takes the whole day to walk the ruins and surroundings of the castle. And if you still have the energy - visit Boscastle and Trebarwith Strand for more coastal walks, breathtaking views, cute tea rooms and sea-side restaurants. When we returned to the cabin, the girls spent the whole evening playing by the river, catching fish and building houses for their teddies. We had a barbecue for dinner and moved back to the cabin to roast marshmallows on the wood-burner. In the morning we had pan-cakes for breakfast (do take a pan-cake mix with you - pancakes go down a treat with kids! - just make sure to turn the gas stove all the way down, otherwise it'll incinerate everything). We spend the morning walking up to the Moor and followed the map to find the Fox Tor and Nine Stone Circle, both a short walk from the cabin. On our return there were still enough hot water in the tank for the girls to have a quick shower before we had to go. The children loved the place and I think we could really get away just staying at the cabin the whole weekend, even though they did enjoy visiting "King Arthur Castle".
Pay online via the Holiday Lettings payment platform with your credit/debit card for your PayPal account to be covered by Payment Protection. Learn more
You're booking with
95% Response rate
Based in United Kingdom
- 405 properties
- 307 properties
- 147 properties
- 101 properties
- 89 properties
- 81 properties
- 71 properties
- Port Isaac
- 52 properties
- 49 properties
- 45 properties
- 37 properties
- 23 properties
- 14 properties
- 9 properties
- 8 properties
- Seaton, Cornwall
- 8 properties
- St Teath
- 7 properties
- 7 properties
- 7 properties
- 7 properties