Listing Ref: 61
The Furlongs Farm log cabin, Ripple, Worcestershire
The Furlongs Farm log cabin is located on the owner’s property, Furlongs Farm, which is close to the village of Ripple in Worcestershire.
Immediately outside of large screen doors, there is a large verandah area with seating and a tastefully screened private Hot Tub. All around the cabin, but especially from the front, there are stunning, open views of the Worcestershire countryside.
The closest village to the Furlongs Farm log cabin is the interestingly-named Ripple, just a short 10-minute walk from the cabin. The local pub is welcoming and offers food as well as some unusual live entertainment at the weekends.
Furlongs Farm log cabin accommodation
The Furlongs Farm log cabin is most certainly unique and exceptionally spacious. It has been beautifully equipped and furnished by the owners, with many extras included in the rental.
The comfortable open-plan lounge and dining area features a vaulted ceiling, complete with beams and a wood floor, making the entire space very light and airy. The kitchen is set slightly apart from the living space and is beautifully designed, equipped with every mod-con and even has colour-coded accessories.
The 3 bedrooms offer adaptable sleeping arrangements. There is one double room with a super-king size bed, which can be converted to twins if needed. A second king-size double room has an en-suite shower room and there is a third spacious twin room plus a full family bathroom.
As well as central heating, there is a woodburning stove in the lounge area which is thoughtfully equipped with a Freeview TV, DVD/CD player plus a variety of books, games, CDs and DVDs; perfect for a cosy night in.
Included in the rental is all fuel (including logs), electricity, WiFi, bedding, towels, a travel cot and highchair. There is sufficient off-road parking for 3 cars and a lockable storage shed outside.
NB. Sorry, no pets are allowed and there is a No Smoking policy.
Furlongs Farm log cabin surrounding area
Nearby, Ripple is a traditional Worcestershire village, complete with charming thatched cottages, a church that dates back to Norman times and a lovely Village Inn as its centrepiece.
Just 3.5 miles away is the town of Upton-upon-Severn, which is filled with examples of early 17th Century architecture, a museum and the mediaeval church with its famous cupola, colloquially known as ‘The Pepperpot’.
The town is host to many river and land-based festivals throughout the year with the highlight being a big annual Jazz, Folk and Blues Festival which draws acts and visitors from all over the world.
For the outdoor enthusiasts, the Malvern Hills are a only a 6 mile drive away.
This has been declared an ‘Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty’ and there are over 100 miles of footpaths, bridleways and cycle tracks to explore.