Glamping at Colesdale Farm
We have a beautiful wooden cabin situated on the edge of large pond, available for overnight hire.
The cabin itself sleeps up to 6 people in two rooms (the main bedroom contains a double bed and a bunk bed, the living room contains a day bed with pull-out trundle).
With a dreamy memory foam mattress on a the double bed, this is an 'outdoor' experience offering real comfort. The cabin boasts a wood-burning stove (logs provided) and a small kitchen area including an oven/grill/hob, sink and small fridge/freezer.
A oak table with church-reclaimed chairs, and two hand-built wooden 'thrones' add to the charm, and make this cabin a really unique setting for a quick get-away.
Outside the cabin, a large terrace provides an alfresco eating and relaxing area, with a bistro table, sofa, and a couple of chairs.
Extra people may be accommodated.
There are several local footpaths for you to explore - including one running right through the farm. Follow the track at the bottom of the field to get to Northaw village, with a 500 year-old church and an excellent pub for a spot of lunch.
Walking the other way, Cuffley village provides an array of conveniences. From coffee shops to corner stores, and a choice of restaurants, Glamping doesn't have to mean going without!
Three friendly donkeys graze alongside the cabin throughout most of the year, and an abundance of native Rudd fish can be seen splashing in the pond on a warm day. We also often see moorhens, brightly-coloured dragon flies, frogs and other wildlife around the cabin.
The cabin has its own ensuite bathroom with flushing toilet, sink and heated shower.
A comprehensive range of outdoor activities are available nearby (offsite, no connection to us). Full details of which are provided at the cabin. These include nature reserves, horse riding, boating, golf, historical tours, and cycle hire.
Wild camping event groups can also be accommodated, contact for details.
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What our previous guests thought
'Stayed for 3 nights in August, a wonderful little cabin, with a cosy veranda looking onto the pond, beautiful connection with nature.. Calm relaxed atmosphere, with plenty of local places to spend a few hours away, and lovely walks to local villages and local pubs. Host was very welcoming and kept in good communication when needed. Although a working farm, and boot sale on the weekends, the place remained it's secluded image. Highly recommend to escape from a busy life and be transformed into natural calmness and wildlife' Jaqui, via Airbnb, August 2016
'Really lovely little getaway, we both loved the wildlife around the pond! Would highly reccomend to anyone looking for an place to stay overnight with a bit of character!' Iain, via Airbnb, July 2016
'You wake up in the morning, hear birds singing, open the door - and there's not a single human being or building in sight, only fields and forests to the horizon. Great place to relax after a busy London day.' Mart, via Airbnb, June 2016