Holiday Home • Powys, Wales
On the border between England and Wales, this eco hut sits in the splendidly named hamlet of Burlingjobb. There’s nothing but the cheep of birdsong and the occasional bleat of a lamb here, perfect for rest and relaxation.
About this home
The curve of the cabin’s roof reflects Hanter Hill opposite, and each cabinet and window frame has been crafted from local cedar and douglas fir.
The living room and kitchen has everything you need to unwind in an evening, including a hand-made kitchen and sofa tucked under the gorgeous floating staircase.
Heating comes courtesy of infra-red panels, a nod to the environment and, as the cabin is kept cosy, you can select a book from the little library and take things back to analogue.
Glass doors lead out to a deck with a fire pit and barbecue.
The real highlight is the master bedroom, dappled with botanica and with a picture-frame window looking out over the garden.
It’s here you’ll find the longest claw-footed tub we think we’ve ever seen – perfect for a soak after a day hiking up to Hanter Hill or the tumbling cascade of Water Break-Its-Neck waterfall.
Three young children can be accommodated on single beds in the mezzanine den
This cabin sits at the bottom of the host’s garden, but you will have complete privacy during your stay
There is private parking with this home
At a glance
- Private garden
- Amazing views
- Contemporary Interior
- Idyllic setting
- Peaceful village
- Countryside views
- Private parking
- Beautifully appointed
Good to know
This big chunk of Mid Wales is full of mountains and hills, market towns and dark, starry skies. The nearest supermarket is over three miles away so having a car is recommended and to take advantage of the surrounding area.