2 miles NE of Porthleven
Sleeps 2 | dog friendly
From £80 per night
Cabin with a hot tub in Cornwall: An open plan haven with a bubbling hot tub, beautiful interiors and a luscious garden. This bespoke cabin is the perfect hideaway to call home for a little while.
So much more than a home from home, Barney’s Cabin is an idyllic escape, where no detail has been spared. Perched in a peaceful meadow, on the edge of an enchanting woodland valley is where this heavenly hideaway awaits. Not far from some of Cornwall’s best beaches and prettiest villages, the cabin is sublimely located for exploring the very best that this stunning county has to offer.
Light, airy and chic are all words that come to mind when describing the interiors of this bespoke getaway. Upside down in design, you enter the hideaway on the ground floor where the sumptuous king-sized bedroom awaits. Boasting style, underfloor heating and plenty of space to pop your bags. A welcoming first site upon arrival to the cabin. To the left you will see the sleek ensuite shower room. The perfect spot for freshening up. As you travel up the stairs the open plan living space is revealed. Again, decorated with impeccable design, allowing your day to flow with complete ease. There is a warming wood-burner to keep you cosy whatever the weather, a snug sofa, perfect for romantic movie nights and a sweet dining table and set of chairs. The kitchen is also on this level and is ideally equipped with everything you could possibly need during your stay.
Throw open the patio doors and step onto the deck. Alfresco lovers will simply fall head over heels for the outdoor space at Barney’s Cabin. There’s a dining set for enjoying your morning coffee and pastries upon, plus two sun loungers for soaking up the golden Cornish rays. Out here you will also find the heavenly, bubbly hot tub. For romance seekers, this is where dreams come true. Wait for the stars to appear in the night sky and then hop in with a glass of your favourite. The cabin overlooks the large, enclosed garden, which is idyllic for guests with four legged friends, as they can run freely within this space. The owner’s house sits just behind, but please note you have complete privacy which is always respected.
There's so much to do in this fabulous part of Cornwall, starting with a visit to the pretty fishing village of Porthleven, which is only a five-minute drive away. Wander around the harbour and many shops, visit the beach and then enjoy breakfast, lunch or dinner at one of the excellent restaurants, pubs and independent eateries. Including the likes of The Square, Kota, The Ship, and Ced’s Bagels. Just fifteen minutes in the car and you're at Praa Sands, a mile stretch of sandy shore and crystal-clear waters. A great beach for surfing or simply relaxing. Close by you will also find the legendary St Michael's Mount in Marazion, Falmouth with its bustling high street full of independents, plus the tranquil waters of the Helford. However you choose to spend your time at Barney’s cabin, you will love nothing more than returning to your hidden haven after a day of adventures.
Bedroom With king-size double bed (5') and en suite Shower-room with shower, WC and wash-basin
Open plan living room with kitchen and dining areas TV, DVD player with Netflix and wood-burner. Electric cooker and fridge
Availability, reservations and pricing: From £80 - £142 per night
Bed linen and towels are included in the price. There are no extra charges for cots or high chairs where they are listed in the property description on the website.
There is a charge of £38 per pet per week or short break.
A non-refundable booking fee of £45 is payable per booking.
Barney's Cabin Reviews
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