6.5 miles SE of Mawgan Porth
Sleeps 2 | dog friendly
From £75 per night
Cabin with outdoor bathtub in Cornwall: A dream worthy contemporary cabin where four-legged friends are welcome and star lit soaks in the stunning alfresco bathtub are promised. Romance awaits…
For adventure seekers, romance dreamers and nature lovers, Ginger Hideaway is the idyllic retreat for you. Being nestled right in the middle of Cornwall, you are in easy reach of sandy beaches and subtropical gardens as well as National Trust landscapes and delicious eateries. Spend your days exploring and discovering all that this gorgeous county has to offer, before returning to your hidden haven to simply unwind in nature's paradise.
No matter the season this magical hideaway will sweep you off your feet. The cosy interior will have you falling in love from the moment you arrive. With open plan living welcoming you warmly inside, you won't be able to help admire the wonderful craftsmanship of the cabin. The cosy wood-burner is sure to keep you warm whatever the weather and the well-equipped contemporary kitchen will have you whipping up romantic dinners for your favourite travel companion in no time! As the sun rises, brew a fresh cup of coffee to enjoy at the sweet dining table or why not head out to the patio and soak up the sweeping vistas as the world begins to wake. As you step through from the open plan living area to the bedroom, you will notice the calm aura of the cabin flows effortlessly into this space. With beautiful interiors and chic soft furnishings adorning the king-sized bed, the space oozes peace and tranquillity. The ensuite shower room is just the spot for refreshing after a day of adventures. There are even two fluffy bathrobes for you to use, promising that little bit of luxury you truly deserve.
As you step outside you can't help but stop to take in the beautiful view. The best spot to admire this? The alfresco bathtub. Forget the shower, if it was us, we would be bathing in nature from dawn till dusk! Pour yourself a glass of bubbles, sink into the dreamy tub and simply watch your worries melt away. On the patio you will also find a barbecue for outdoor cooking and a quirky wood-burner. As the sun begins to set, light the fire and cosy up with marshmallows and a steaming mug of sweet hot chocolate. The enclosed garden space is perfect for adventure seekers travelling with their four-legged friends. There's also a lovely private meadow to the left of the cabin where your well-behaved dog can burn off some energy!
As previously mentioned, the cabin is nestled in the very heart of Cornwall, within easy reach to the likes of The Eden Project and Heligan Gardens. For those who like to explore National Trust grounds, Lanhydrock and Trerice aren't far. If you're more of a beach goer, then you are in luck! The sandy shores of Mawgan Porth, Watergate Bay, Harlyn Bay and Porthcothan are worth exploring and all welcome dogs throughout the year. For a sprinkle of Cornish culture head to the likes of Charlestown Harbour, the fishing village of Mevagissey or the picturesque harbour town of Fowey. And finally, if eating in isn't really your thing then you are in luck. With the likes of Jam Jar Kitchen within easy reach, you'll love sitting in the Italian inspired courtyard and sipping on Aperol while you wait for your pizza to cook. The Foxes Revenge, an award-winning pub that welcomes dogs is also close by, serving a great array of wholesome local dishes and a warming ambiance. Whatever you get up to during your getaway, you will love returning to your quirky cabin and simply unwinding in nature, under the moonlight.
Open plan living room with kitchen, living and dining areas TV, Electric hob, electric oven, microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine and dishwasher
Bedroom with 'zip and link' (super-king or twin) bed
Shower room with shower, WC and wash-basin
Availability, reservations and pricing: From £75 - £112 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 £40 is payable per booking.
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