Unique and Quirky • Frampton Mansell, Cotswolds
A romantic woodland cabin nestled beneath towering beech and oak trees in its own area of ancient woodland, this unique eco-retreat is perfect, with glorious views, hot tub, utter seclusion and fantastic pubs just a walk away.
About this home
The cabin is a one-of-a-kind structure, featuring a spacious living area with cathedral-like ceilings and beautiful stained glass windows from Morocco.
The arched roof adds to its unique charm.
Inside, you’ll find a comfortable king size bed, as well as a shower room and toilet.
The cabin is furnished with a day bed, a red leather sofa, a cowhide rug, and luxurious sheepskins, ensuring that your stay will be nothing short of indulgent.
The wood-burning stove doubles as a hot plate and oven, and there is also an induction hob in the kitchen area, alongside a copper sink and antique butchers block to help you rustle up something special.
The outdoor space is designed for ultimate relaxation.
Adirondack chairs are strategically placed around a cozy fire bowl, creating the perfect setting for stargazing and listening to the soothing sounds of nature.
For added relaxation, there is a wood-fired hot tub where you can unwind and rejuvenate.
And when it’s time to enjoy a meal outdoors, there is a barbecue available, as well as unique table and chairs made from an antique Johnny Walker whisky barrel.
Arcadia operates completely off the grid, relying solely on its advanced solar system for power.
The sustainable practices extend beyond energy, with a composting toilet and LED lighting.
The construction of Arcadia was a collaborative effort with local craftspeople, using mostly reclaimed or recycled materials, these eco-friendly choices minimise the impact on the environment.
Dedicated parking for one vehicle 100m away and your nearest neighbours are 50m away
At a glance
- Romantic bolthole
- Wood burning stove
- Beautifully appointed
- Contemporary Interior
- Idyllic setting
- Outdoor activities
- Countryside views
- Hot Tub
Good to know
Please note that the path to Arcadia is 100m from the nearest parking and runs through a field. It is steep in places and can be muddy. There is no wifi – get away from it all! – but there is an excellent 4G phone signal.