Category Archives: Cabins

Summers end

The nights are drawing in, the sheep have left the field, the hedges are full of blackberries and the lifeguards will leave at the end of the holidays. There’s a mist around the fields in the morning and its best … Continue reading

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End of the road at Port Elliot

Every July, the Port Elliot Festival occurs just down the road from the chalet and for the last three years I’ve mentioned in posts, [check out the category cloud to the right and click on Port Elliot festival] but this … Continue reading

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Country Diary

  Sometimes when I read back over the posts I’ve written and as I look out over the fields it feels like I am in the middle of a Guardian Country Diary post, my day to day chalet life seems … Continue reading

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In like a lion, out like a lamb

There’s an old saying that March comes in like a lion and out like a lamb, and here in Cornwall that was absolutely right, we had terrible storms at the beginning of the month and halfway through they passed over … Continue reading

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weather, moons and root veg

  There have been some amazing January days, with warm sun and wonderful pinky sunsets but also torrential rain [that blotted out the view across the bay] and then the month finished with a smattering a snow. I say a … Continue reading

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Cabin Envy Great Lakes Cabin

Here is a cabin that is a flat pack inspired by Ingvar Kamprad, the founder of Ikea. It’s called the Great Lakes Cabin and has been designed by Leckie Studio for the Backwater Hut Company and will be featured at … Continue reading

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cabin envy NZ

  This large cabin is owned by the director of a New Zealand architectural practice so its obviously going to tick all the boxes design wise and for practicality. What you can’t see from the above picture but get a … Continue reading

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