The Field Room
3.4 miles SE of Helston
From £100 per night
Shepherd's Hut in Cornwall: Welcome to our wholesome and utterly luxurious hideaway, The Field Room. Fall head over heels with the sumptuous interiors and immerse yourself into the truly heavenly surroundings. An escape to nature never looked so good.
Where do we even begin, The Field Room is a little slice of paradise in the Cornish countryside. The lavish interiors will have your heart melting from the very moment you arrive. The warm woody tones, mixed with the rich paint pallet and beautiful materials, create the most romantic ambience for your retreat to nature. Small and soulful, this peaceful haven is positioned in a tranquil field with sweeping views of rolling countryside.
Step inside your pocked sized paradise and take a moment to sink into the huts earthy, yet utterly elegant charm. The Field Room has been cleverly hand crafted by the creative owner, incorporating upcycled materials and quirky features throughout. To the left you will find the sumptuous, raised, king sized bed. Have a lie down and admire the serene views from the lovely window at the foot of the bed. The kitchen is perfect for prepping delicious holiday meals, with its double ring gas hob, kettle, toaster and fridge with ice compartment. Become a culinary genius of wood smoked feasting during your stay, as you also have the option of cooking over woodfire, outside on the rustic firepit barbecue. To the right of the hut is the shower room. Designed to perfection, this space is idyllic for freshening up after a day of wild swimming and rugged coastal rambles.
The large double doors allow natural light to flow effortlessly throughout your humble abode. Step out to your private decking and you will notice this area has been crafted around a growing tree to ensure the natural surroundings remain unspoilt. Take a seat and as the sun slowly dips below the clouds, pour yourself a glass of your favourite and sink into the dreamy landscape which is host to your hidden haven. As the moon and stars make their nightly appearance, light the fire pit and toast marshmallows while sharing your favourite stories from the day's adventures. You will notice the shipping container to the right of the hut, which has skilfully been upcycled to create a sheltered space if the pitter patter of rain makes an appearance. This weatherproof area is also perfect for storing surfboards, bikes and for hanging wetsuits and beach towels. The owners really have thought of every detail to make sure your escape to nature flows with complete ease.
Out and About
As a new day dawns, you might want to explore the local area as The Field Room is situated in one of the most picturesque areas of Cornwall. Five minutes' drive from this serene sanctuary is Poldhu. A sandy bay popular with locals, surfers and wildlife watchers. This National Trust beach has a small surf school and boasts spectacular views across Mount's Bay. There's also an amazing café, which serves the best hot chocolates and they have Pizza nights on the beach during the summer months.
Nearby is the beautiful, wooded Helford River and Frenchman's Creek. Why not hire a boat for the day and enjoy this scenic area of Cornwall from the water? To the south are the fishing villages of Coverack and Mullion cove, perfect for coastal walking. The popular Kynance Cove is only a short drive away. This area of Cornwall is dotted with lesser-known sandy coves that are fabulous picnic spots, so pack a few local treats and enjoy a sun-soaked day lazing along the coast.
Visit the magical Trelowarren Estate and New Yard restaurant in Mawagan or Slice of Cornwall in Trewardreva Mill for fantastic foodie delights. Enjoy walks along Loe Bar, Cornwall's largest freshwater lake, or wander through the arty coastal town of Porthleven with its historic fishing harbour, pretty shops and tasty eateries, including Ceds Bagels, The Square, Kota, Nauti But Ice and The Ship Inn.
We promise, from the moment you arrive at The Field Room, you will simply fall in love with the space and all that surrounds your hidden haven in the Cornish countryside.
There is no TV at The Field Room, meaning you have the freedom to simply switch off from the outside world and unwind from the stresses and strains of everyday life. Pack your favourite book and board game, pop on the radio and embrace the magic of simply getting back to nature and settling into a slower pace of life for a few days. Please note, there is wifi for planning your days adventures and for keeping in touch with your loved ones.
Open plan living-room with kitchen, dining and bedroom areas. Bluetooth speaker. Gas cooker and fridge with ice-box. King-size double bed (5')
Shower-room with shower, WC and wash-basin
Availability, reservations and pricing: £100 - £130 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.
A non-refundable booking fee of £38 is payable per booking.
The Field Room Reviews
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Gunwalloe Church Cove
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