Over the last few years, there’s been a noticeable rise in repurposing cabins and shepherd huts into chic places to stay. With two new cabins opening this spring, the Cedar Valley, Hampshire, provides a stylish collection of glamping escapes in the heart of the Meon Valley, Hampshire. The Woodland Kabin and Cedars Kabin make the most of two secluded spots on the edge of woodland with far-reaching views across the valley. Each has been finished with a contemporary luxury feel with rustic charm at its core. Built using environmentally conscious design and local materials, the bespoke accommodation is sustainable and fitting with the landscape. The interiors exude rustic charm, with the reclaimed timber cladding, and retro-chic with the exposed pendant lightbulbs in the open-plan kitchens and en-suite bathrooms, luxury soft furnishings and linen bedding. The en-suite bathrooms have a stylish waterfall shower, and the kitchen is fully equipped for self-catered holidays.
West Meon is a Hampshire village that dates back to the Iron and Bronze Ages. Roman villas and Meonwara tribe remains have been discovered locally. Its beautiful surroundings are perfect for a base to explore the local landscape, and The Meon Valley Trail is a popular route for walkers and cyclists. Wine connoisseurs can take in a tipple or two at the Hattingley Valley Wines vineyard, famed for its range of English sparkling wines.
If you’re a lover of all things steam, then The Mid Hants Railway Watercress Line is nearby and will give you an alternative view of the surrounding countryside.
Cedar Valley, Hampshire from £150 per night