These handmade cabins are the Estate's newest addition. Made with locally sourced larch cladding which blends effortlessly into the Cumbrian countryside, and the L-shape floor layout maximises the surrounding views. Kate has created an inviting setting with warm, landscape-inspired colours, cosy blankets, and comfortable seats for lounging and relaxing. A modern, well-equipped kitchen, dining table, a super-king bedroom, and a shower room complement the living space. A separate decked area with chairs and a private outdoor bath allow you to really immerse yourself in the surroundings outside. The eco-friendly cabin is powered by solar panels and combines the qualities of a boutique hotel with the beauty of nature.
What makes a stay at Hutton John Estate Holiday Cabins unique?
Immersed in nature, the unique cabins offer a secluded nook of luxury in a tranquil location. Made from locally sourced larch and nestle within their natural surroundings. The L-shaped arrangement allows you to wake up to wonderful, uninterrupted Lake District views and relax in the outdoor bathtubs while taking in the scenery.
Underfloor heating, gorgeous décor chosen with care by Kate, and mood-enhancing vistas guarantee that, whatever the fickle Cumbrian weather does, the cabins are cosy, inviting, and a place where you can genuinely switch off.
What is there to see and do at Hutton John Estate Holiday Cabins?
The Quadrangle is ideal for al fresco dining, picnicking, or simply relaxing in the sun with a good book. The tucked away spot, surrounded by fascinating heritage outbuildings, is available to all cabin guests.
From here, you can begin exploring the Estate and the Lakes by following a footpath that leads down to Dacre. Dacre Beck can be found in the valley's bottom, winding its way eastward. You'll have a beautiful view of Hutton John on your way back.
With Penrith just a few miles away, Pooley Bridge nearby, and Keswick just a short drive, you are well positioned to explore the Lake District and enjoy everything it has to offer.