The Woodland Kabin

Built in a contemporary style, the Woodland Kabin is nestled in a secluded spot on the edge of woodland, with stunning views. This cosy couples retreat offers an escape into nature, away from the hustle and bustle of life. The bedroom has a large window that frames the spectacular landscape, as well as a toasty wood burning stove. The interior is clad with reclaimed timber to give it a rustic charm, and as part of our sustainable building approach. This complements the retro chic design, with exposed pendant light bulbs in both the open plan kitchen and en-suite bathroom, making this a stylish getaway for couples. The outdoor tub completes the experience, allowing guests to bathe alfresco under the stars!


Cedars Kabin

Cedars is the sister kabin to the Woodland Kabin, built in a similar style and also tucked away on the edge of woodland, with an outdoor bath and shower! Cedars has far reaching views over the valley, and offers total peace and tranquility for couples to enjoy.

Under the canopy of the trees you will find a campfire surrounded by large sandstone boulders and a handmade oak table. Try your hand at ourdoor cooking and enjoy your meal under the stars! 

The Cowshed Kabin

The Cowshed cabins comprise a converted bale wagon, a bedroom kabin built on a chassis, and a cowshed converted into a bathroom! The bale wagon kabin houses an open plan kitchen-living area with a woodburning stove and modern amenitites, as well as an adjoining dining room. Both rooms have large glass doors that open out onto a deck so that our guests can admire the beautiful countryside. The adjoining cabin has two large bedrooms, one of which has a raised single bunk accommodating up to five guests. The bathroom is adjacent to the kabins, with loos and showers and hot water on tap! Only a stones throw away is a fire pit nestled on the edge of the woodland to keep our guests toasty on starry nights.


Oaks Kabin

Oaks is our new family kabin, built in a similar style to the Cedars and Woodland kabins, but with a mezzanine level to accommodate two extra guests. It is complete with an outdoor bath, a large deck and plenty of space for children to run wild! The private bathroom is in a separate kabin, only a short dash across the deck and is equipped with underfloor heating, a loo, shower and basin. This kabin shares a field with our Cowshed kabin but is 50 metres away and totally private. Equally, the Cowshed and Oaks kabins are available for exclusive hire and work well for larger group bookings. 


The Woodland Kabin & Cedars Kabin

Low Season – October to April (minimum 2 night stays on weekend)

High Season – May to September (minimum 3 night stays on weekends)

Low Season£200£180
High Season£220£200

Linen is included and we provide a starter pack of dry split logs for the wood burner in the Cowshed and outdoor fire pit in Oaks, as well as kindling, fire lighters and matches. Extra Charcoal and Firewood are available to buy on site for £5 per bag

Small dogs are welcome and are £25 per stay

The Cowshed & Oaks Kabins

Low Season – November to April

High Season – May to October (minimum 3 night stays on weekends in the months of June, July & August)

Low Season£195£170
High Season£205£180

Optional linen (with beds made up) and towels is £12 per person 

We provide a starter pack of dry split logs for the wood burners, as well as kindling, fire lighters and matches. Extra Charcoal and Firewood are available to buy on site for £5 per bag

Small dogs are welcome but we do ask that they remain on the floor and are tethered when outside to prevent any incidents with the local wildlife! £25 per stay 

Please note that we have a minimum 3 night stay policy on bank holiday weekends and sadly we can’t accommodate 1 night stays

Weekend rates apply to Fridays and Saturdays only

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Betty the Bedford

Betty has been a part of Bereleigh Estate since the late 1960s and has enjoyed a relatively relaxed life.