5* Star Rating. £150 High Season* for 2 Guests
4 Guests Children and Pets Allowed
3 Beds Pond/Lake View
Kitchenette Breakfast Included
1 Private Bathroom/Shower Gin Masterclass Included
As seen on BBC Back to the Land with Kate Humble. Tiny Tin House with mini kitchen, dinning area, snug, loft bedroom, wood burner & lake. Your private hot shower and toilet are a few paces away. Your cabin is set next to our lake within 30 acres of fields, woods and a little stream. The cabin boasts panoramic views and breathtaking sunsets. The cabin within ten minutes of Poldark's Harbour Charlestown, Eden Project, Fowey, Lantic Bay, Poldark's Bodmin Moor, gorgeous beaches and the Saints Way.
This is a beautifully hand crafted Tiny House on wheels in a large field overlooking the lake at Green Cart Farm, a 30 acre working farm, gin distillery, perfumery and artisan Centre.
The cabin is off grid solar and battery run. Your mini kitchen has stovetop cooking, a small sink and an ice box. There is a wonderful camp fire outside to sit by. Your boiler heated shower and camper cassette toilet is in a small hut a few steps away. The private parking is 200 metres away and we ferry you and your luggage across the field.
Your booking comes with a gin or rum designing and distilling workshop where you make your own bespoke gin to take back to your cabin 75 ml per adult guest. Children get to make a complementary dip and carve candle.
Your cabin comes with a full breakfast and most essentials; bedding, duvets, quilts, sheets, tea, coffee, milk, salt, pepper, olive oil , ice, icebox, dishes, cutlery, pots, pans, utensils, shampoo, conditioner, soap, toothpaste, toilet paper and all cleaning supplies.
* Bring a set of towels.
You will have a supply of wood for the wood burner and a space heater for central heating. Cabin is fully insulated and wood burner must be put out in strong winds and at night.
Cabin is ideally suited and designed for 3 guests. We welcome bookings of 4 guests but please note that the spare 4th bed is a small pop up single which takes up a lot of the living space when up and needs to be stored again in the morning.
Star Gazer was featured in The Telegraph:
' there is no cramping your style...you will get a soaring roof, generous windows... includes a double bed with new sprung mattresses, an original chapel door, windows and oak architrave, a mini kitchen and table and seating for four people. The simple kitchen was made to accommodate a small Belfast sink set into an iroko counter (once a school science worktop) and a Thetford yacht stove with two gas rings and a grill. There is storage beneath, and the counter closes down to form a flush worktop. The beds are faced with antique mahogany and feature copper work. The ladder came from an antiques shop, and there is room to sleep three, plus a mini kitchen, dining table and chairs, storage space and a small sofa. Their aim was to create simple, beautiful and portable buildings... To give the spaces unique personalities they wanted to incorporate as many reclaimed materials as possible'
* Low Season November to June * High Season July to October